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Chris L.

August 3, 2014

I just want to thank you for coming to Front Royal, Virginia. I had a great time and really enjoyed myself at the show.

Lindee Brwon Larsen

May 29, 2014

Hey David
I spoke with you (we were on the same panel together) at a DA workshop about, man, 5 years ago? Anyway–great to watch this video–wonderful. Keep on singing, sharing the Light and Love! Laughter is the best medicine ever…OK, meditation is pretty good but laughter Lights up everything! Have fun!

Traci Flowers-Ned

February 17, 2014

I just purchased tickets to your show, prior to knowing who you are, simply because I love to laugh. But after reading your poem I’m even more excited to sit in the moment with you. I’m coming prepared to laugh as I believe laughter’s good for the spirit.
The k You

Walter Berten

December 1, 2012

great show at Beyond Baroque on Nov 30,2012!
Please call me when you send me your first email if you can, 818-398-1566…Much Success!

Walter Berten

November 2, 2012

Delightful website. Look forward to spending more time with you. May post some of your writing on my facebook page….Namaste,W

Geoffrey Leigh Tozer

October 29, 2012

Saw you yesterday at the Poetry. Loved your shit man.

Bill Simpson

August 17, 2012

Loved the Shakuhachi flute video. Where did you get yours? I have to have one!



July 19, 2012

Very fuuny and entertaining. Do you tour nationally?, would try to book you in Detroit.

Eric Rathgeber

June 18, 2012

What an amazing poem “Why No One Lives In The Moment” man, guys like you make life worth living!!! Thank you for being you!


May 14, 2012

Hi from South Africa
I found your version of the Serenity Prayer on Youtube. Wonderful. It distracts me from my obsessive thinking.
Thank you.

Beth (Open Flower) Woolsey

February 18, 2012

Thank you soooo much for sharing with us at ACIM Gather tonight! Such a delight and great fun–very uplifting. Love your humor and music and the Light you are. Many blessings, namaste.

Beth (Open Flower) Woolsey

February 18, 2012

Thank you soooo much for sharing with us at ACIM Gather tonight! Such a delight and great fun–very uplifting. Love your humor and music and the Light you are. Many blessings, namaste.


January 28, 2012

I need to hear the “Pawn Song”

Brian Ramey

November 30, 2011


I was going through my office paperwork, sorting, shedding, and archiving, kind of a spring-cleaning in December, and I came upon a note to myself about your experiences performing in Seattle in the mid 1980’s.

Just wanted you to know that I am so happy that you have continued your art and that you are sharing yourself with others around the globe. I have very good memories of you while you performed in Seattle.

Let me know when you will be coming back. I would like to put that date on my calendar to make sure I do not miss you.

Brian Ramey, a very old, now retired, acquaintance from the Capitol Hill 15th Avenue E crowd during the mid 80s.

Chris and Griff Corpening

November 18, 2011

Hi David! I do not know if you would remember us, but you had come up to Tehachapi for the Mountain Festival about 17 years ago. You wandered into the booth we were renting out to promote our herbal tea, curious about who we were and what we were doing in such a small mountain town. We were also recent graduates of Tom Brown’s Wilderness Survival School, so there was a lot we had to talk about. You had recently recorded “Oh Boy” and gave us a cassette tape of it. We played it for out toddler constantly and he always loved it. Unfortunately, we had to throw it out recently. The tape was just worn down. We always wondered how you were doing and found your site. Just wanted to let you know that we are very happy with your success and accomplishments. We knew 17 years ago you were someone special; we are not surprised of how far you have come. Our best!

steve gaudt

October 16, 2011


Just wanted to say thanks for your wonderful
talent, incredible. It was a pleasure to be on the same stage with you. IM glad i had a chance to meet you through this journey and i love performing. I hope to see you again sometime and wish you much joy and happiness and health. Maybe we can perform together again sometime. IF i can ever be of some use in your world of entertain please contact me ok

thanks steve gaudet

ps your music, comedy, spirit and talent is incredible!

Brendan Etter

August 21, 2011

Hi David,
I enjoyed your set last night, ’twas a pleasure. Now checking out your site displaying your multiple talents, I see you are living a charmed life. Wow ,…..Gold Watch & Chain…? Profoundly touching, brought tears to my eyes. I also checked out Ilianas’ site, fantastic! So much talent! I look forward to seeing you again soon.


Morgan Gibson

July 12, 2011

Defies description!

Leandra B

July 11, 2011

Enjoyed everything I saw, maybe we will meet soon, my husband and I will be coming to San Diego, hope to see ya then.

Bonnie Barchichat

June 29, 2011

what a lovely site.. i ‘ve just been trolling around, listening, seeing, reading, … you are so gifted in so many areas.. who knew.?! I’m learning..
… yes. there are so many talented people out there.. i’m glad i found you!

Kerrigan Mahan

May 21, 2011

Going through stuff, came across your name. Saying “hi,” hope you’re well. You look good, sound good. We hung out for a time, you, me, Wanda…

Jack Fry “Mr. Fry”

April 28, 2011

Met you last night at Amsterdam Cafe. I’m SO impressed. What a talents or should I say talentS! I can’t believe it. What to go! I’m a big fan!


March 23, 2011

great working with you week. hope to do it again sometime, fido.

Gail Kainen

December 31, 2010

Were you a trail leader with Mike Cohen at Trailside in the 1960s? I believe I saw you on JLTV, and you really looked familiar. I was at Trailside in Vermont, and on a Western trip. Helen Salwen and lynn Rolnick were there too. We are all childhood friends, and we remember you! We’d like to hear how you are doing. Thanks again.

Marina Maslin

September 8, 2010

How bless you are David, We was captived by your blowing the shofar, my 6 years old want to learn to play the shofar like you, you are his idol, and he want to copy you playing the shofar. blessings from Australia.

Michael Chusid

July 25, 2010

For more about David’s contribution to the art of shofar, see He has also merited mention in my book, Hearing Shofar: The Still Small Voice of the Ram’s Horn, at

Leland Auslender

February 23, 2010

David, you have so much talent, you’re as funny as can be, your everything is natural and real, it’s plain to see. And whether telling stories that are dirty or are clean, you always make me laugh ’cause you’re a super human bean.


January 21, 2010

Hello David! Loved your section called “Writings” I also hike and I’m ALWAYS looking out for mountain lions. I carry a long stick, not stones… I still feel like a walking meal, he he, I’m short so I when I go in a group I never stay behind.. I hear lions always go for the smallest of the “herd” I mean group =) Great writing! Keep it up!


January 1, 2010

Happy New Year, David! I hope 2010 brings you great joy and the desires of your heart.
Every so often, you pop into my mind and I wonder about you and check in on your website here. Another person I’ve wondered about is Darius… you know anything of him? It’s a very cold January 1 morning here in MN…still, I’ve never looked back since leaving CA so long ago now….I am content. Peace to you.
Rose (from The Central, No Amp Night:)

Leslie Sexton

November 8, 2009

My daughter lives in San Jose, CA. When will you be there so I can tell her? Thanks for reminding us here in Carson City to live in the moment.

Colleen Case Michael

October 26, 2009

Aloha! I enjoyed our discussion on the plane from Orlando to Dallas this morning. Also, mahalo for your help on the plane.
Regards, Colleen

Bryan T

September 7, 2009

The lion is behind you brother.


August 30, 2009

Good day. It’s a masterpiece. I have never thought people can have such ideas and thoughts. You are great. – Super! By.

Dina Preuss

July 30, 2009

Hi David,

A friend told me about you, so I looked up your web page. Do you ever come to either Sacramento or Reno?

Let me know, we’d love to see you live.

I’ve enjoyed the web site, especially “Women’s Prision Gig” ~ funny stuff!

I’m looking for Shofar calls on CD that we can play during the Holy Days; do you have something like that? Or know where I can get my hands on it?

Thanks, Shalom ~ Dina

susan fabrican

June 23, 2009

Enjoyed your show at Mark Twain Middle School yesterday. What a surprise to hear that it was you! Really funny. I emailed Elissa and gave her the link to your website. She may be contacting you as she thinks Elias Z. would like to be in touch. Congrats on your sobriety, your happy life, and on looking so good. Elissa’s cousin, Susan

Dolan Cox

June 8, 2009

I recently heard the Lord’s Prayer by David Zasloff and loved it!

Is there anyway I can get my hands on the sheet music?

Don M

June 2, 2009

Your version of the serenity prayer has touched me deeply. I had goose bumps and felt tears well up in my eyes. I will always remember why I got clean and sober. Thanks so much.

Rick Blessing

May 18, 2009

Enjoyed your website amigo. Funny stuff … written as well as performed!

Jaya Rachael

December 4, 2008

you are a talented player and i was captived by your blowing the shofar.

John Vassar

October 22, 2008

I loved your version of the old Carter song, “Gold Watch and Chain” and the video on Youtube. The upbeat versions just don’t cut it – moody and atmospheric suits the sad words and the longing. But you know what they say about bluegrass – listen to the music and be happy, listen to the words and be sad. Thanks for making great music, David Zasloff!

Ed Weatherly

September 4, 2008

Thank you for sending me Meditations of the Harp – I love it!!! I wish I would have spoken with you more when you were at the Center for Positive Living in Calgary but I was a bit anxious and shy. I have been meditating to your beautiful harp – hope you are well and thanks again. Peace

Ron Dibble

September 3, 2008

Do you have any shofar teachings/playing available on the web? Also, a schedule of any lecture/workshops would be appreciated.
In blessings,
Ron Dibble, novice shofar sounder

Reggie Robinson

September 1, 2008

I’ll just keep it simple. David you are great at sharing such a wonderful gift of talent.

Mary Weis

August 26, 2008

Beautiful site and wonderful work.

Daniel Rutkowski

July 22, 2008

If you were coming to New York in the next few weeks, I’d come see ya.

Michael Cooke

July 20, 2008

Wow, David! Right here before my comment is one from my friend Jerry Chalem from New York!
LOVE your site and am calling you presently.

jerry chalem

July 20, 2008

michael cooke………sent your website to me
years back i waited impatiently for a special old
guy to blow shofar………
and when i heard the sound it took me out of this
world………….became part of me…..jerry chalem

Melissa Howard and Mike Garity

July 14, 2008

We really enjoyed your concert in Visalia on the 13th of July. Enjoyed it last year, too. Chanting along with the Serenity Prayer song is such a powerful experience–transformative, joyful, mind altering. All the best to you.

Melissa & Mike