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Victoria and Rory Victoria and Rory from Elliot Lake, Ontario, Canada wrote on October 14, 2023 at 3:46 am
Dear Dear Roger, It is very hard to believe and accept that a month has already passed since you left us all; grieving and sad in our hearts that we can no longer see you and laugh and hug and chat. It has been over fifty wonderful years; thank you! You are always always in our hearts. You have left the world a kinder gentler place where just the mention of your name brings smiles to faces. God Bless and keep you safe in His arms Dear Roger. Rest in Peace.
Victoria and Rory Victoria and Rory from Elliot Lake, Ontario, Canada wrote on October 14, 2023 at 3:46 am
Dear Dear Roger, It is very hard to believe and accept that a month has already passed since you left us all; grieving and sad in our hearts that we can no longer see you and laugh and hug and chat. It has been over fifty wonderful years; thank you! You are always always in our hearts. You have left the world a kinder gentler place where just the mention of your name brings smiles to faces. God Bless and keep you safe in His arms Dear Roger. Rest in Peace.
Emile van Herk Emile van Herk from Sint-Michielsgestel- Netherlands wrote on October 11, 2023 at 10:15 pm
At work I sang the song new world in the morning a fortnight ago, when a colleague walked by and said; that's from Roger Whittaker! 'Yes' I said, 'my greatest hero for 50 years!'... 'he recently passed away...' said my colleague. When I heard that, I was devastated...
Meredith Meredith from Christchurch, NZ wrote on October 11, 2023 at 6:35 am
I am very so sad to hear of Roger Whittaker's passing. He was such a unique talent. I remember him on television in the '70's, his catchy songs and avuncular persona. Seeking out these songs online a few years ago, I discovered his German 'schlager' music. I found myself listening to these songs over and over, even though I have no understanding of the lyrics. There is a joyous, happy quality about this music that is soothing in such an uncertain world. As a musician myself, I really appreciate his versatility and artistry. My condolences to his family and friends.
Cecilie Cecilie from Sandfjord wrote on October 10, 2023 at 7:41 pm
I was so sorry to read that Roger Whittaker was out of time. My heartfelt condolanses to the family and dear friends. I was a young girl in the 70´s, and Roger’s Music has followed me from then. Rest in peace, Roger 💙
Andy Gibaon Andy Gibaon from Ayr wrote on October 9, 2023 at 11:33 pm
Songs that will live deep in the heart of those who loved Roger. My only regret is that I never saw him in concert. I promised my daughter that we would. She was about 5 at the time. She loved him too. I hope there’s a ship lying rigged and ready in the harbour to sail this legend home
David Durbridge David Durbridge from Isle of Wight wrote on October 8, 2023 at 1:26 pm
I was introduced to Roger's music by my parents in the 70s (I was born in '71), particularly on holiday car journeys, and maintained a deep affection for his songs all my life. When Karaoke was popular "The Last Farewell" was one of my go-to songs. I will continue to introduce his beautiful music to those around me. We have been blessed. Best wishes to his family.
Rev. Kit Flores-Madison Rev. Kit Flores-Madison from Gunnison, CO USA wrote on October 8, 2023 at 2:56 am
My deepest sympathies for Roger's family during this time. I have deeply enjoyed Roger's music my entire life, he will be greatly missed. The grace and peace of our Lord be with his family and friends. All my best, Kit
Wayne McNeill Wayne McNeill from Vancouver BC wrote on October 8, 2023 at 1:43 am
I grew up in a military family and lived in Germany growing up. One of my mothers favorite albums was Roger Whittaker Live in Canada. I listen on occasion and the memories of that part of my childhood come flooding back.
Benjamin Benjamin from North Manchester, IN, US wrote on October 7, 2023 at 11:54 pm
So sorry to hear of Roger’s passing. One of my mother’s favorite artists, I have many fond memories of Roger singing on the car radio while we drive. A beautiful voice and a wonderful human being. May the peace of God be with his family right now.
Ian stratton Ian stratton from Croydon Uk wrote on October 7, 2023 at 2:41 pm
Been brought up with listening to Roger we loved his songs and voice. My uncle became ill and moved in with me, he heard me playing roger on Alexia, being in his 80’s I would come home and it’s playing at full volume, he loved it. When he passed over we played rogers song’s especially for I loved you. Roger had a song for all occasions, I had privilege to hearing his concert in Fairfield Halls Croydon. God bless him and rest in peace his songs will never be forgotten and he will be played when it’s time for me to leave xx
Bonnie Fowler Bonnie Fowler from Mt Dora wrote on October 7, 2023 at 1:58 pm
Such a beautiful singer and wonderful soul.He will be missed greatly and I am so very glad we have his legacy of wonderful music to listen to and remember.God bless his family and good speed sir❤️
Peter Winniczuk Peter Winniczuk from La Fayette,NY wrote on October 6, 2023 at 7:32 pm
Sorry to hear of your passing. I wish I could have met you in person to thank you for all the joy & happiness you brought to my life with your beautiful voice & songs & whistling. My heart & prayers to your family and friends. Thank you.
Etienne Blaakman Etienne Blaakman from Livonia, NY wrote on October 6, 2023 at 12:48 pm
Wow, it’s October 6th and I was just going to write him a thank you note for all the joy he has brought into our lives over the years and send it to him in FB. Hard to believe he is gone. Love his music and voice. God bless you Mr. Whittaker, rest well, in my thoughts and prayers for your family.
Tim Tim from Missouri wrote on October 6, 2023 at 12:25 am
We listened to his Christmas album as a kid. We still do as a family. He will be missed but his music and legacy will live on. God’s grace’s to you all.
DB DB from Harwich wrote on October 5, 2023 at 3:45 pm
Brilliant! Just Brilliant, What a voice! Rest and Awake soon
Stephen Poulter Stephen Poulter from Basingstoke, UK wrote on October 4, 2023 at 3:21 pm
Hi yer. My mum loves Rogers music. Im more of a genesis man myself . But we were both very sad to heer he had died. Please tell me, why did the letters stop? We hav been waiting for years to find out what hsppened to Boris. I love old dogs!
George George from Bethlehem wrote on October 4, 2023 at 3:21 pm
A piece of my childhood is gone with Roger’s passing. My father must of play “all my best” on 8 track until the cartridge would overheat! All the lyrics, melodies and of course his whistling, will forever be in my memories. Rest in peace and god bless
Monique Bean Monique Bean from Amsterdam/ Vancouver wrote on October 3, 2023 at 10:06 pm
I’m so sad right now. I met Roger about 5 times from the late 70’s and on. Every time we moved to another city, he’d give a concert there and this became our little joke. I was pregnant twice and he remembered everything about me which I was very impressed with. I loved him when I was a teenager in the 70’s in Vancouver which was a strange genre for a teenager when disco had taken over. I was real upset when he shaved off his beard the first time and I told him so. I still listen to my own playlists daily and Roger is a big part of that. My love goes out to his family and all the millions of fans who took his music and made it their own. He had a long and happy life with accomplishments unlike others. I shall miss you, Roger! But will see you again when you play my welcome home concert. I first adored you as a 17 year old and now @64 I feel exactly the same way as then. RIP my friend, I’m gonna miss you 😢 Monique Bean …….so glad I have dozens of photos of us at various ages, they’re special memories.
Christina Sommer Christina Sommer from Lübbecke, Deutschland wrote on October 3, 2023 at 8:53 pm
Es ist sehr traurig,das uns Roger Whittaker nun für immer verlassen hat.Er war ein großartiger Sänger und Mensch.lch mochte seine Musik schon von klein auf.Meine Mutter hat viel Schallplatten gehabt von ihm und CDs.Ihr Lieblingslied war Abschied ist ein scharfes Schwert.lch bin immer noch ein Fan und werde es bleiben,auch wenn er nicht mehr da ist. In seinen Liedern lebt Roger weiter.. Mein Aufrichtiges Beileid und viel Kraft in dieser schweren Zeit wünsche ich den Angehörigen 🙏🖤🥀