Joe Gracey

Thank you to all the fans, friends, and family for your love and support during this difficult time. Gracey is dearly missed by all of us. You can read Gracey’s obituary written by the talented Joe Nick Patoski here: Joe Gracey Obituary

Joe Gracey

8 Responses to Joe Gracey

  1. Francis McCann says:

    Kimmie it is with deep regret that I’ve just discovered in January/February edition of Maverick over here in Ireland that your husband Joe Gracey had passed away on November 17th in Houston Texas. Me and my wife Josie and her sister Rosaleen were talking to you after your great show in The Market Place, Armagh,in September 2011 and you were looking forward to seeing Joe in France where you were going for a vacation. At that stage we thought that he had won his battle once again and were looking forward to seeing him tour with you again as he was the complete Gentleman. This sad News has really brought it home to us how Artists like yourself have to perform even though you are going through such pain in your private life just to entertain us— your fans! We can never thank you enough for the sacrifice you and your family go through to make a couple of hours of our life enjoyable and memorable and all I can say on behalf of my wife Josie and her sister Rosaleen is thank God for you and your family and JOE GRACY R.I.P. May God give you the strength to carry this burden you are faced with and hopefully allow you and your Son to visit us again!!! Joe might be gone but he will not be forgotten here in Ireland. God Bless! Francie McCann

  2. Neil Jones says:

    Full sympathies from England.
    Talent cannot be erased , visit your memories often.
    Best wishes to Kimmie and families for 2012
    kind regards
    Neil

  3. Paul Redden says:

    I just ran across the notice on Joe. I did not know of his passing and I wish i could have commented sooner.. I listened to KOKE; I have the Electric Gracyland vinyl album and admired Joe’s work greatly. I talked to him once at Cactus Cafe when he was using the sketch pad and about his contribution to the Austin music scene ( and particularly the Austin City Limits tv show which others passed the credit along to Terry whaishisname). And how about that ’50 cent chance of rain’ as he discussed with a call-in listener?

    Much regrets and best wishes.

    Paul Redden

  4. Glyn Gregory says:

    So very to hear of the passing of your loving husband, Joe Gracey, so long after the event, treasure the memories they will support you for the future, it will not get better but it will get different for you and your family.

    Bless you all

    Glyn.

  5. Glyn Gregory says:

    So very sorry to hear of the passing of your loving husband, Joe Gracey, so long after the event, treasure the memories they will support you for the future, it will not get better but it will get different for you and your family.

    Bless you all

    Glyn.

  6. Mary mcclean says:

    Kimmie, I have just attended your show at the Bronte tonight. You and your son were amazing. It’s the first time I have seen you, loved your songs and all the wonderful guitar playing.
    I managed to break a rib on Saturday past so the hard pews were not the most comfortable but I endured it!
    Well worth it. Enjoy your trip.

    Mary

  7. carmel and glenn says:

    Voice of an angel is an understatement when others discribe your beautiful voice Kimmie.We heard you for the first time in the ardowen enniskillen last night and are looking forward to hearing you again in the future.We are so sorry you and your wonderful son have had such a loss in your lives.

  8. SHEILA says:

    Kimmie, so sorry to hear of Joes passing. Thinking of you all. Looking forward to seeing you on 17 November in Lisburn. Stay strong xo. Sheila

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