David Cassidy Tributes

There was an outpouring of love for David after his death. Some of the comments and stories have been added to David’s website. You can read them here.


From David’s family: “People are exploiting David’s name and likeness.  Please don’t buy any products “In Memoriam” as they are not approved, licensed or authorized. Please notify us of any you come upon so we can stop them. Thank you.”

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  1. Teresa
    Posted November 26, 2017 at 7:38 pm | Permalink

    I saw him in 1973 I’m glad I did, I’m re reading his book I think its sad that everyone wanted a piece of him, that he had dementia and he’s gone too soon. I love his music RIP David with all you dealt with you certainly deserve some peace

    • Rhonnie
      Posted December 3, 2017 at 5:33 pm | Permalink

      I am a sane, successful, smart woman in my 50’s who is inexplicably out of the blue blown away by the news of the death of her perfect teenage heart throb. RIP David Cassidy, a name that resonated with me for over 40 years.

      • Elizabeth Allstaedt
        Posted February 23, 2018 at 1:20 am | Permalink

        You expressed my sentiments exactly too; Rhonnie.

  2. Janis
    Posted November 26, 2017 at 7:39 pm | Permalink

    You made a huge impact on my teen years.i lost my mum at a young age and you were there….boy trouble…you were there. You brought sunshine to dull lives with your beautiful smile and wonderful music. I wish you love and peace in your new resting place…goodnight sweetheart… I KNOW I love you xx

  3. Janet Westhead
    Posted November 26, 2017 at 7:41 pm | Permalink

    My 1st love… Goodbye David Cassidy. Why has the music stopped?

    As an only child in the ‘70’s, I felt like he was my buddy… always a happy show. I remember opening a package with the red wrapped album and being so excited. I think I wore the grooves off that one!

    He was a class act all the way through the good and bad. He had a love for us true fans even after the press began to criticize him. Thank you for your kind heart and your beautiful spirit David.

    1 regret…that I never got to see him in concert.

    Good bye David. We will ‘Cherish’ the memories you gave us.

    • brenda crisp
      Posted November 27, 2017 at 9:28 pm | Permalink

      I agree 100%! I wore that album out as well (The Partridge family). I was also an only child, got to go to a concert in Charlotte, N C (1974), it was AWESOME!
      I had to grow up early to take care of older parents, and I think I was sad a lot. But David brought soo much joy and happiness to my life. I pray he got saved and is with Jesus now, Jesus says there will be. no more tears or sadness, that’s what I want David and all of us to have.
      He was a sweet person.
      Love forever,
      I’ll never forget you,
      God Bless,

      • Elizabeth Allstaedt
        Posted February 23, 2018 at 1:23 am | Permalink

        Your comments are so true. I had been praying for him a lot after his
        DUI incidents and believe he did receive God’s grace and Jesus love so we will be with him for eternity. Bless you Brenda.

  4. Gillian Hull
    Posted November 26, 2017 at 7:42 pm | Permalink


  5. Crystal Mcroberts
    Posted November 26, 2017 at 7:49 pm | Permalink

    I first saw you in the Partridge Family in 1972. I was awe struck by your beautiful face, hair, acting and of course your dreamy voice.
    I saw you at Shawfield Stadium, Glasgow, on worth May, 1974. It was a Friday,night.

    I was so excited. When we arrived, the place was black with people. In the venue, I was at the side, you were amazing. I’ve never heard screaming like that ever again!.

    I’ve been to several concerts over the years. Had the privilege of meeting David twice, and got the best hug ever.
    Thank you for the music. Gone, but never forgotten. There will always be a special place in my heart for you.
    Go rock some more. Crystal McRoberts, Scotland.

  6. Mandy Langford
    Posted November 26, 2017 at 7:51 pm | Permalink

    Well Mr Cassidy – you were my ultimate idol since I was 11. for 4.5 decades I loved you, followed you and always admired and loved you. You brought SO much sunshine into my life and remained a constant source of sheer joy for over 45 years. I know you faced some demons in your life in recent years and fought your battles valiantly. You dont have to fight them any longer – they cant tear you apart now. You sleep well and sleep happily and with peace and joy in your soul. I dont think I love you – I know I did (and will for always). Night night and God Bless – and yes I do….. I cherish you! God speed lovely man. you take care. love you. xxxx

    • Sue
      Posted December 1, 2017 at 9:40 pm | Permalink

      I echo your sentiments.Well written and thank you.

  7. Lauree
    Posted November 26, 2017 at 7:57 pm | Permalink

    I never imagined the day would come, when I’d be posting a message about David’s passing! There are no words to begin to describe the loss and heartbreak, I feel! David was the fabric of my youth—his face gracing the walls of my bedroom; his music always playing on my stereo, the endless passages in my diary about him. The oceans of tears I shed, because as a young girl, I knew I’d never meet him! Sometimes those moments seem like they just happened yesterday, but in fact, they happened a long time ago. David made me smile, brought infinite joy to my life with his music, his acting, and, his just being David Cassidy! I pray to the GOOD LORD, he will Rest in Peace, and I hope he truly did know how much he was Loved, and how the World was better place, because he was one of its most Glorious Creations. I Love You, David! ♥️

  8. Birgit
    Posted November 26, 2017 at 8:00 pm | Permalink

    Ich kann es immer noch nicht glauben, meine erste Liebe lebt nicht mehr. Ich bin unendlich traurig. R. I. P. David.

    • Posted November 28, 2017 at 10:33 am | Permalink

      Hallo Birgit ich habe deine Botschaft ins Englische übersetzt, damit wir dich mit uns näher zusammenschließen können: means: Hi Birgit I have translated your message into English for you so that we can join you closer together with us: Your message reads: I still can’t believe my first love is no longer alive. I am infinitely sad. R. I. P. David.

      Wir verstehen, wie Sie sich fühlen Birgit XX positiv bleiben: Sie sind nicht allein in diesem Wir sind alle mit Ihnen XX kümmern (We understand how you feel Birgit xx stay positive: you are not alone in this we are all with you xx take care)

  9. Lydia Kemerling
    Posted November 26, 2017 at 8:02 pm | Permalink

    David was my first teen idol crush.Watched the Partridge Family faithfully and continued watching him in various projects throughout his career. Had the chance to meet him when he came to Columbus Ohio for a promo tour of his album,Lyin To Myself. Had the chance to see David and Shaun perform in Blood Brothers. My heart is broken as I sit here and listen to his music.He is at peace now. Love you always,Lydia Kemerling,Columbus Ohio.

  10. Patricia Beaudoin
    Posted November 26, 2017 at 8:20 pm | Permalink

    R.I.P. David Cassidy ,so sad !! We love David forever <3 xxx

  11. Georgette
    Posted November 26, 2017 at 8:26 pm | Permalink

    Dearest David.
    somehow through your songs and your acting you will always be a part of my life
    therefore,,,,,,,you still live in a part of my soul, I’ll enjoy all your songs pictures interviews just like your still here, I know you’ve moved on and your with God now and he is taking care of you ……..I pray your soul rest in peace my friend………Jesus be with you my dear …….g

  12. Debbie
    Posted November 26, 2017 at 8:27 pm | Permalink

    RIP in peace David Cassidy I had you on my wall and was so happy in late 90 till today got to see him 7 times was happy to see last concert at b b king

  13. Annie Richmond
    Posted November 26, 2017 at 8:32 pm | Permalink

    Such heartbreaking news it was to learn that David had passed away, broke many hearts around the world .I feel like I’ve known him all my life and in a way that’s true
    Will never forget that night we went to see him in concert we were lucky enough to be within touching him at the front, I managed to touch his boot and hand and look up and see his beautiful smile and for that split second, I felt like David was mine and nobody else’s.
    Me and my friend hardly spoke a word all the way home, in fact how we managed to find our way to the train station to get back home I will never know .. I didn’t wash my hand for weeks after that haha!

    David took a piece of all our hearts with him, he’s such a special person, so gifted, talented, caring not to mention adorable. He could sing any song and make it his own his voice was so unique …
    His music will live on forevermore, and be in my heart too, so he will always be here
    God Bless you and keep you safe in his loving arms.

    P.S Saw this on the internet a while ago.
    God saw you getting tired
    And a cure was not to be
    So he put His arms around you
    And whispered, “Come to me.”

    With tearful eyes we watched you
    As you slowly slipped away
    And though we loved you dearly
    We couldn’t make you stay.

    Your golden heart stopped beating
    Your tired hands put to rest
    God broke our hearts to prove to us
    He only takes the best.

    • sheila owens
      Posted November 27, 2017 at 10:55 am | Permalink

      Anne, The verse above is just beautiful and very very true. Thank you so much for posting it. I just cannot stop crying. We have lost our treasure but his music will live on forever and he will be forever in our hearts. Sheila

      • Annie Rich
        Posted December 3, 2017 at 5:25 pm | Permalink

        Thank you Sheila .. yes it’s a very beautiful verse … it’s still so hard to take it in that David is no longer here but he will always remain in all our hearts forevermore .. and his music will never die xx

    • Posted November 29, 2017 at 7:14 pm | Permalink

      What a beautiful, tearful but sweet at time poem! Thank you so much for sharing. A week and a daytoday since David was gone and this is the first time I can ever posted on here. My heart is broken in thousand pieces but those words brought a little comfort to me. Thank you again.

    • Cyndi
      Posted February 11, 2018 at 11:14 pm | Permalink

      Than you for posting this beautiful verse!

  14. Dori Beth Shafran
    Posted November 26, 2017 at 8:50 pm | Permalink

    The day that music died

  15. Dori Beth Shafran
    Posted November 26, 2017 at 8:51 pm | Permalink

    The day that music died. What a gorgeous guy he was

  16. Linda Patton
    Posted November 26, 2017 at 8:59 pm | Permalink

    I’m thankful I got to know David through his music and by watching the Partridge Family. It is all so sad. It’s still hard to believe he is gone. Let his music live on and may we always remember him. Love you David! Rest in perfect peace…now you can sing with the angels….

  17. Lucy Gutierrez
    Posted November 26, 2017 at 9:11 pm | Permalink

    Our prayers and sympathy to Mr. Cassidy’s family and friends. So happy he was surrounded by his loved ones. Thank you Mr. Cassidy from the bottom of our hearts.

  18. Marlene Kern Fischer
    Posted November 26, 2017 at 9:21 pm | Permalink

    I thought you might want to include this tribute I wrote–it trended number one on HuffPost

    • Posted November 29, 2017 at 8:21 pm | Permalink

      This is such a beautiful reading, Marlene. Thank you for sharing. We all really had and still have the same feelings as a teenager.

    • Elly McCue
      Posted January 15, 2018 at 3:50 am | Permalink

      Thank you, Marlene for putting into words what I too feel. Its amazing how many of us have experienced David’s profound impact on our lives.

  19. Margaret Staadt
    Posted November 26, 2017 at 9:26 pm | Permalink


    Your music brought me many hours of enjoyable peace during some rough childhood years, and it continues to calm and give joy today. Your love showed through on videos. Thank you for devoting your life to others. RIP.

    • M Aird
      Posted November 27, 2017 at 8:53 am | Permalink

      David, thank you for the music, sleep in peace, Marion , from Glasgow, Scotland xxxx

  20. Cathy
    Posted November 26, 2017 at 9:32 pm | Permalink

    Thanks for the music…I will always cherish the time I met you. Now you will have some Peace. Give the Angels a concert & know that you are loved a million times over by your fans.

  21. Posted November 26, 2017 at 9:36 pm | Permalink

    I am so lost for words. I am going to stop posting
    until I can process my emotions. God it hurts so
    bad that David is gone. Thank you to everyone
    who has responded to my post in the past.
    Thank you Jane for keeping the website going.

  22. Marchelle Vianese
    Posted November 26, 2017 at 9:37 pm | Permalink

    You will be greatly missed by me and the world. Also…my first crush. Five years younger than you, I have been with your music throughout. I never got to see you in concert, which I am sad that I didn’t. Rest In Peace David. I know that you are singing to a large audience in heaven!❤❤❤❤❤❤

    • Valerie Ramos
      Posted November 28, 2017 at 11:57 pm | Permalink

      I too am 5 years younger then David . Had every picture from teen magazines on the wall of my room. Got to see David in Blood Brothers in LosAngeles in the 90’s. I still had butterflies just like when I wasa teen. Loved him always. Rest in peace dear one. No more pain. May god hold you and bless you always.

  23. Kelly
    Posted November 26, 2017 at 10:22 pm | Permalink

    I’ve been a fan of David Cassidy for so long it’s almost like I’ve known him all these years. Yet, I have never met him. It hurts like crazy to know that David is no longer with us, but I am trying my best to go on with life as usual. But when I go online and see all these websites announcing David’s death, it feels unreal. It’s impossible to imagine the name “David Cassidy” and the word “dead”in the same sentence. I know that death is something that eventually happens to all of God’s creatures, but David just had so much life in him! It will take a long time to come to terms with his passing.

    One thing I think would be great to see in the near future is a televised David Cassidy tribute concert. It would be great to see artists in rock, pop, and country music all come together and perform David’s songs in honor of his memory. I don’t know if this will ever happen or not, but it would be a great thing to see. I think it would lift everybody’s spirits. Here’s hoping!

    • Posted November 29, 2017 at 8:26 pm | Permalink

      I also wish there were a tribute concert to him where he finally was getting all the respect he so deeply deserved from all his business partners.

  24. Jan B
    Posted November 26, 2017 at 10:25 pm | Permalink

    Beautiful tributes, especially from David’s band, thank you for sharing.

    Terri Cote’s made me cry, (again).

    I’ve been watching the 2002 Live in Concert filmed in Glasgow. A fantastic
    night and such a polished performance. Hollywood Nights was very special, I thought.
    So many wonderful memories to cherish, thanks to David.

    • Lynn
      Posted November 30, 2017 at 7:09 am | Permalink

      Another to add –
      Royal Albert Hall 1985, a phenominal performance. David’s voice, stamina and stage presence

  25. Penney
    Posted November 26, 2017 at 10:25 pm | Permalink
  26. margaret
    Posted November 26, 2017 at 10:29 pm | Permalink

    Loved David since I was 11 (1971). Saw him in concert many times over the years, last being in 2008…. thank you David for your music and for being the first love of my life… rest in peace, always loved and will never be forgotten…. happy trails you gorgeous man x

  27. Tania
    Posted November 26, 2017 at 10:41 pm | Permalink

    Devastating loss. Of course I watched the Partridge Family and loved the show as a child. But DC was obviously also a really sensitive person and a seriously underrated singer and actor. The Facebook site is so busy it is obvious that he was much loved around the world. Rest peacefully David – yours was a job very well done indeed.

  28. Lyn
    Posted November 26, 2017 at 10:51 pm | Permalink

    So sad for David but I’m sure he has escaped from further dementia which can only be a blessing. I’m sure he’ll be playing music in heaven with his friends from the music business and his parents can make it up to him for all the heart ache he carried with him from his childhood. His face when he smiled was the most beautiful and I thank him for being part of my teenage years and beyond. He was loved by so many. God bless and happy trails in heaven David🙏💛🙏. XxX

  29. Mary Wrigley
    Posted November 26, 2017 at 10:52 pm | Permalink

    We read, we post, we’re still shocked. It’s too weird.

    • Joan
      Posted November 27, 2017 at 11:01 am | Permalink

      True….beyond belief…:(

  30. Sabdy
    Posted November 26, 2017 at 10:53 pm | Permalink

    Loved David and The Partridge Family since 1970, watched them every Friday night, never missed a episode, he was my Heartthrob and will always be my 1st crush, my wish now is to meet Shirley Jones, I hope one day it will happen. David, Rest In Peace and sing with the angels Miss You So 🤗

  31. Sandy
    Posted November 26, 2017 at 10:55 pm | Permalink

    Sorry I corrected my name it’s Sandy

  32. Philina McNeil
    Posted November 26, 2017 at 11:08 pm | Permalink

    I was lucky enough to see David in concert in Las Vegas in 1998. I was still reeling from a pretty rough divorce, and was trying to liven my life back out of the despair I’d been in.
    I got dressed to the nines, and my date and I had front row seats. David was performing amazingly, and as he was looking over the crowd he saw me and smiled right at me. Then a few moments later he walked over while he was singing and reached down and shook my hand. I have never felt more beautiful and more surprised at the same time in my life. He seemed to see right into me and that I needed that boost. It was delightful, and such fun. He has been part of my life since i was a little girl. And I’m so glad he shared his gifts with us.

  33. Yvonne Sheridan
    Posted November 26, 2017 at 11:35 pm | Permalink

    David nobody will ever replace you in my world, I feel,so sad that you have left this world so young.My age group really added to you problems without realising it, we were young vulnerable girls getting caught up with the media without realising it,they know how to play the game.You were a wonderful actor,singer, performer, producer, director ,you didn’t need anybody’s approval you were a true ENTERTAINER. Your memory will live for ever R.I.P my lovely kind caring man

  34. Cheryl Martin
    Posted November 26, 2017 at 11:57 pm | Permalink

    I was and still am a huge fan of David. His posters adorned my walls as a love struck teenager and just last year I was lucky enough to see him in concert in Florida It gave me chills and tears to see him and hear him sing “I Think I Love You” just like he did 50 years ago. I will miss him and always keep his memory alive through his music. God bless you, David on your journey.

  35. Posted November 26, 2017 at 11:59 pm | Permalink

    Yvonne I agree with you, David Cassidy can
    never be replaced! I like your post, you said some
    wonderful things! It is going to take a long time
    for everyone to get over David’s death. But in
    the mean time we have this website to express
    ourselves. I check this website several times a
    day just to see what the fans have to say.

  36. Denice Kirth
    Posted November 27, 2017 at 12:07 am | Permalink

    I’m so hurt, that I took sometime to just daydream, reflect, and I still hurt, and miss him, I met David not once over 4 different times, we talked, he said he read my letter, he posed for pictures with me each time, and I was nervous wreck, but once I saw him, a calmness just came over me, David had a heart of gold, he even posed for a pic with my ten ur old brother at the time, in N.Y.city, he was at the theater, staring in Joseph and amazing technicolor dreamcoat. David gave his time to me, and his kindness will never be forgotten. I have told people these stories for many years now. People responded with so many different responses, they were all wonderful, but the one I remember the most is he looked like a likeable guy, who could sing and act. Our David Cassidy was loveable, and to honor his memory, he will always be in my prayers, and I will continue to share my David Cassidy stories, because he deserves all the credit, for making the world a happy place with all he gave to us. Felicia, please don’t take to long of a break, I need you, and the fans like your posts, and you are a true friend, and a loyal true David Cassidy fan. Yvonne I liked your post, you are lucky to meet Sue Shifrin, I liked her when David married her. David would want us all to be happy. We must find it within ourselves to celebrate David’s life, and Cmon and get happy.

    • Posted November 27, 2017 at 2:15 am | Permalink

      Dear Denice
      I want you to know that your words have really helped me as I’ve been a fan since 1972 and i keep bursting into tears xx he was such a beautiful soul and i think we are not just mourning for us but also for him. I hope that his soul can feel our love and you’re right we must all find a way to be positive and right now we are all supporting each other just like a family would i think xx

    • Yvonne Sheridan
      Posted November 27, 2017 at 2:29 am | Permalink

      She,s a lovely down to earth lady very nice.

  37. barbara
    Posted November 27, 2017 at 12:07 am | Permalink

    david was so loved, I am so very upset he has passed away, sometimes I do not believe david has gone, I am only a fan, but deeply saddened, playing his songs is helping me overcome his dying, I thought he would be around for another ten years, at least, he will always be in my heart. time does heal though.

    • Kelly
      Posted November 27, 2017 at 12:35 am | Permalink

      I just listened to “Soft As A Summer Shower” on YouTube. I think it’s one of the prettiest songs David ever recorded. My Mom and Dad liked the song, too. This was the first David Cassidy song I listened to since David died, and I found myself holding back tears. Seeing the pictures of David in that video and hearing that song was bittersweet. Thank God for YouTube! Otherwise we would never be able to see concerts that David did way back when. We wouldn’t be able to see old interviews from those days. We wouldn’t be able to hear that breathy voice and that adorable, infectious, trademark laugh. We would miss seeing his sparkling eyes, glowing g smile, and long, shaggy hair. Partridge Family DVD’s are a good thing to watch during this time, too. Right now it might make us sad, but eventually, things will get better and the sadness will ease. I doubt if the sadness will ever be completely gone, though. Years from now, we will all still be missing David. I know a lot of people still miss Elvis Presley, and he’s been gone for 40 years. I know we’ll all get through this. Time has a way of healing all wounds.

      • Tricia
        Posted November 27, 2017 at 1:18 am | Permalink

        Thank you Kelly. Beautiful post. It is true I know I will never forget David. The hurt I feel now will eventually subside, but there will always be a small emptiness in my heart. I have ordered the PF DVD. It will help me heal I hope. I have downloaded many of his solo work and I am enjoying them every day. It helps put a smile in my face listening to that velvety smooth, powerful voice of his. Sigh.

  38. Amanda claire
    Posted November 27, 2017 at 12:19 am | Permalink

    I am so glad and privileged to have seen David in concert when he toured the uk in 2004. My one regret is I never got to meet him.
    I am one of the younger fans, I was born in 73! So didn’t discover David until the 80’s!
    I am still in total shock of his passing, completely heart broken 💔
    In the early hours of 22nd of November, I woke up and needed a drink, something I never do!, For some reason I had to check my phone, i had to see if there was any update on David, and that’s when I found out he had died, it was the exact same time I had woken up!!!
    RIP David, we will miss you so much. God bless ❤

  39. Denice Kirth
    Posted November 27, 2017 at 12:36 am | Permalink

    I just read the article posted about David at the track, leading the winning horse, the picture of David with the horse is what I mean about David, The horse loves David, and looks like the horse is looking at David, like your here ,and a calmness just takes over. Thank you for posting Jane, you can’t cry ,it will make you smile.

  40. Denice Kirth
    Posted November 27, 2017 at 12:58 am | Permalink

    Arcelia how are you doing,? You are one wonderful David Cassidy fan, that was here for David, I just want to send a hug to you, and a prayer . We have to reach out to one another to share what David meant and heal our pain with friendships, that David would have wanted us to have. Sending another hug to Arcelia, and a hug to you my friend Felicia.

    • Posted November 29, 2017 at 9:00 pm | Permalink

      Hi lovely Denice. I am here, heartbroken like the rest of us. I haven´t be able to post a word on David´s web or facebook untill now. I can´t believe this nightmare is happening. I miss David terribly and can´t stop crying. A week and a day without our beautiful boy around this world. I know he is no suffering anymore and he is free pain now but still I am so sad.
      I know is going to take so long untill I smile again.
      Big hugs to you all and thank you for the lovely comments posted here ♥

  41. Posted November 27, 2017 at 12:59 am | Permalink

    Margaret I was touched by your last post!

    • Margaret Staadt
      Posted November 27, 2017 at 7:08 am | Permalink

      Hugs to you, Felicia. Our David is very happy now.

  42. Tricia
    Posted November 27, 2017 at 1:12 am | Permalink

    Dearest David, “Saying Goodbye (it’s not easy). Thank you for all the joy and happiness you gave me during my early teens when I was struggling. Your music, your gorgeous eyes and face, your PF days and beyond helped make my days so much brighter. It hurts so so bad. I am so heartbroken. I truly regret not following you throughout your career. You had an incredibly, successful career. What an amazing talent you are. But most of all and the most important of all is that you were a beautiful, kind-hearted, caring and loving human being. Loving people like you are hard to find these days. The world will dearly miss you as will I. But you will live forever through the amazing body of work you left us. May God embrace you in his arms, and may you find peace . Happy trails in Heaven, David. Love you.

    Kim Carnes was a wonderful friend of yours. I love her tribute to you.

  43. Posted November 27, 2017 at 1:13 am | Permalink

    Dear Denice,
    I pulled out of my blue funk. After reading
    your post, I am truly touched. I need to post
    on this website all the time. David Cassidy
    fans unite! We will beat these blues!
    Good night Denice! After reading your long
    post it put me in a good mood. I don’t
    feel alone anymore. We have been friends
    for one year already. Take care my friend!

  44. Kimberley Trombley
    Posted November 27, 2017 at 1:16 am | Permalink

    Keeping David’s family in my prayers during this difficult time. David Cassidy! Wow! Your posters from Tiger Beat were all over my bedroom wall. Being a teenager in the 70’s was great, we had you, Donny Osmond and Bobby Sherman! David, I was going to marry you! I unfortunately never got to see you in concert, but I do have your original “Cherish” album and the original “The Partridge Family Sound Magazine.” I listened to your music for hours and loved watching the Partridge Family! It’s so hard to believe that you’re gone. Fly High David and Sing, Sing Sing with the heavenly angels! Hugs

  45. DarceyAnne
    Posted November 27, 2017 at 1:16 am | Permalink

    () RIP David. ()
    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~Two candles for David.

    ….I watched all of the Partridge Family Episodes. I saw you act in other shows. All of your music touched my soul. You will be missed by so many people. Hard to realize you are no longer with us. Here is a poem I remembered that seems to fit.
    Do not stand at my grave and weep
    A poem by Mary Elizabeth Frye
    Do not stand at my grave and weep
    I am not there, I do not sleep
    I am a thousand winds that blow
    I am the diamond glints on snow
    I am the sunlight on ripened grain
    I am the gentle autumn rain
    When you awaken in the morning’s hush
    I am the swift uplifting rush
    Of quiet birds in circled flight
    I am the soft stars that shine at night
    Do not stand at my grave and cry
    I am not there, I did not die.
    I hope you have found the peace you didn’t always have in life.

    • Posted November 27, 2017 at 8:07 pm | Permalink

      Thank you for your amazing post Darcey Anne its beautiful and i’m sure the poem you chose to post will touch many and David will have loved it! 🙂

    • Linda
      Posted November 28, 2017 at 2:18 am | Permalink


    • Posted December 1, 2017 at 7:31 pm | Permalink

      Oh God, what a beautiful poem with so much meaning… Thank you for sharing. Post like this is what we all need here now.

    • Sophia Jan
      Posted December 7, 2017 at 1:54 pm | Permalink

      Such a beautiful piece of writing, poem. Made me cry. Thankyou. Sophie

    Posted November 27, 2017 at 1:49 am | Permalink

    I was blessed to have seen David up close and personal when he performed in Las Vegas at the MGM Grand where He had his show. He is and was a class act like no other!! He was my rock and inspiration growing up and even now.. David you may be gone but in my heart you will never be forgotten!! Love you to the moon and back!!

  47. Denice Kirth
    Posted November 27, 2017 at 2:04 am | Permalink

    Thanks Felicia, you really reached out to me, and I will always remember how you helped me to feel and deal with losing David. I know it it will almost 1year of our friendship. I needed a true David Cassidy fan, as my friend, it didn’t happen in 1970s , yes in school David was the main topic, all day long, and let me tell you , my school he was always hiding somewhere, either on someone’s locker or inside someone’s notebook, or glued to a book, and I even got teased from a girl in class behind me, and I bet she loved David herself, everyone did, and that was high school. So it was here I meet Felicia , and now I have a lifelong friend, who is truly a David Cassidy fan like me, And in all reality, now we are all friends,sharing the life we had with David Cassidy, would David be happy for us, I think so.

    • Posted November 27, 2017 at 10:23 am | Permalink

      Dear Denice,
      I feel complete. Your post touched my heart!
      I remember being in high school and being so
      shy and feeling all alone. I remember David being
      my first crush. He had to be special to love someone
      for over 40 years. He was a good role model. Which
      brings me back to this website and to my very dear
      friend Denice. I have a clear mind, a joyful heart,
      because I know God has a better plan for David
      Cassidy. Death is a part of life . Denice we still
      have this wonderful beautiful website where
      we can share our memories , like you did. We
      still can be David Cassidy fans and express
      ourselves even though he is gone he lives on
      in spirit. David’s been gone for a week. It was
      a hard week to get through. There is hope at
      the end of despair. Life is to be embraced !
      David would want all his fans to go on living
      and enjoy their lives. He is not suffering anymore
      he has gone home to be with the Lord! My point
      is when I read your post Denice, it transformed
      me into a better state of mind. I cherish our
      friendship. I am glad I made you feel better,
      the feeling is mutual. Thank you for sharing
      that beautiful David Casssidy memory. Denice
      you have a blessed day! God bless !

  48. Posted November 27, 2017 at 3:26 am | Permalink

    Dear David
    The first record I ever bought was when i was a 9 year old in 1972 and it was Daydreamer A side and The Puppy Song B side. I played that record all the time for weeks and weeks and you were my comfort during my sad times. Your eyes shone with compassion and your smile was like a warm summer day. That was it I thought. That’s the man i’m going to marry! Of course that never happened but I did get to see you in concert three times. I was lucky enough in more recent years at the Hammersmith concert to be standing a couple of metres from the front and with no one else in front of me I was captivated as you sang your ballad directly to me! Another time in Liverpool at a later date you recognised me and chatted directly to me about the late John Lennon. Those moments are very precious to me and i’ll hold then close to my heart. To us it feels you have gone too soon and i think most of us are still in deep shock but time is a great healer and we are all praying for you to rest peacefully. We will always love you, you will never be forgotten and this is not a goodbye its a ‘see ya David’ sleep tight we’ll meet again someday xxx

  49. Eileen Dunn
    Posted November 27, 2017 at 4:25 am | Permalink

    R.I.P. David. Thank you for decades of entertainment and all the beautiful music. May you always walk in sunshine.

  50. Posted November 27, 2017 at 4:49 am | Permalink

    My tweet to David and Danny said how happy I was to find them on Twitter. And,it said that they were like brothers to me. My tweet was the last tweet that David liked. How sweet it was that he took the time to like it. He also retweeted and liked comments from other fans on that day. He did this after his interview aired with Dr. Phil. I lived in Fort Lauderdale not far from him. And, I really wanted to meet him, but, I never ran into him. He was like a brother to all of us. It hurt us deeply that our brother was hurting. He made us happy. And, he sacrificed so much to bring us a lifetime of happiness. I Think I Love You and I Woke Up In Love This Morning were not written by David. But, it was David that made them come alive in our hearts. His voice pulled us into the song and made us a part of it. It is almost impossible to hear these songs and not sing along. And, see Davids beautiful smile. He wanted so much for us to be happy, so,we owe it to him now to try to be happy. Even if we do miss him so much. My prayers to his family, friends and fans.

    • Eileen Brown
      Posted December 18, 2017 at 6:35 pm | Permalink

      I love this! You are absolutely right! He was such a kind and sweet man! I remember when I lived in Florida and he was in town promoting his self titled album with the song “Lyin’ to myself” on it. I called in and got through, it was my 21st birthday 11/20/1990. He was so sweet, kind and funny. When I told them it was my 21st birthday, naturally he wished me a happy birthday as well as the DJ’s did. He offered to take me out for my first drink, because I was legal ya know lol. It never happend, but I am ok with that. His sweet personality was more than enough for me 🙂 I never did get to see him perform live, even when he came here to Minnesota. It broke my heart and still breaks my heart he is gone now, but he is forever in my heart.

  51. Betty van Agtmael
    Posted November 27, 2017 at 7:50 am | Permalink

    I saw David in Belgium . He was a great impact of My teen years. I’am sorry that he did so young . Always in our heart . Have fun in heaven David , give a Kiss to My father overthere. Keep strong friends and family , we remember him with a smile in our heart.

  52. Angelika Händle
    Posted November 27, 2017 at 8:12 am | Permalink

    Dear David, ich vermisse dich sehr. In meinen Herzen 💕 wirst du und deine Songs weiterleben.
    Thank you for all your love and songs.
    In love


  53. Amber Geronsin
    Posted November 27, 2017 at 9:03 am | Permalink

    So glad I got to meet him in the 90’s at his book signing at the Mall of America. I wasn’t born when yet when the Partridge family was on but I discovered him in my teen years in the 90s. Love him and will miss him. I have been in mourning and listening to his music. Rip David.

  54. Judy A
    Posted November 27, 2017 at 9:30 am | Permalink

    Been a fan since the early 70s, saw David then and that is one of my most vivid memories of my young teen years. Then saw David perform in Time and Blood Brothers and various tours of the UK, and on each and every occasion he gave his all. He certainly was a big part of my life.
    The tributes given to David are so touching and well deserved.
    Sleep well now David free from pain and demons.

  55. Jane Stevens
    Posted November 27, 2017 at 9:34 am | Permalink

    Thank you to all the people overseeing this site. It is a great support. I am so very sad he is gone and can’t stop singing, humming all the songs I know. In my sleep, when I wake. I was not a girl who went to concerts, screamed or went mad about anything or anyone, but I always loved David’s music and his personality which came across in everything he did.

    Truly a lovely person with great talent. So I am glad for all the friends and family that he has had loving him over the years. That is the most important thing not money or fame. So thank you to everyone who loved him and gave him joy in his life. God bless.

  56. Tina
    Posted November 27, 2017 at 9:41 am | Permalink

    I can’t believe how hard this has hit me. David was the one constant in my life for 45 years. I will always treasure the one time I met him. He was so lovely. A great loss.

    Hope you are now free of pain and the demons that plagued you. Love always

    • Posted November 27, 2017 at 8:13 pm | Permalink

      We are with you Tina we are right beside you and share your pain xx all i can say is he must be an earth angel or we wouldn’t be feeling this way xx

  57. Wies
    Posted November 27, 2017 at 10:11 am | Permalink

    Such a lovely man. He had such an impact on me in my teen years. Thank you for all the joy you gave to so many. Rest in peace David. XXX

  58. sheila owens
    Posted November 27, 2017 at 11:21 am | Permalink

    Tonight i’m just speechless, you caught me by surprise
    The note that you left me, i just can’t believe my eyes
    Now you’re gone, nothing can bring you back, and it’s tearing me apart
    I’d give all i have for one last chance to be sheltered in your arms

    These are lyrics from Sheltered in your Arms taken from his Then and Now CD.

    David has been part of my life for over 40 years, since I was 10. There will always be a special place in my heart for him. He will live on in his fans. A superb actor, singer, performer, producer, director and genuine person whose charismatic charm and beauty captivated us all from day one. David was a one off and he will be sorely missed but his life will live on through his music. God Bless you David, words can not express how much I miss you. Happy trails.
    Sheila (Scotland) x

  59. sheila owens
    Posted November 27, 2017 at 1:57 pm | Permalink

    Thank you Web Team for posting comments and posts following David’s passing. It just confirms how much David was loved and will be sorely missed by millions of people.
    Thank you for all the hard work you have put in and please, please keep his website up and running, He is an icon and will live on in our hearts forever. Only wish he could have been inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, he certainly deserved to be.

    Thank you Jane and the team for keeping us updated. This website has been a godsend.

    God bless .

  60. Yvonne Sheridan
    Posted November 27, 2017 at 3:13 pm | Permalink

    Just listened to the David Cassidy radio tribute show,thanks Dave you put on a fabulous show,so professional at what you do.Great choice of songs very appropriate for the way we are all feeling right now.
    I haven’t stopped crying since the show started,it will be a long time before any of us fans will come to terms with his passing.
    Anybody who missed the show it,s getting repeated on Sunday 2pm till 4pm UK time the station is online 2 bays radio.
    Thanks Jane for all the effort you are putting into the website Yvonne.

  61. Frances
    Posted November 27, 2017 at 3:19 pm | Permalink

    My condolences to David’s family. I was a massive fan from London back in 1974.
    David’s posters were top to bottom in my room. I used to give each poster a kiss every night. My favorite song forever is “Cherish”

    God bless you ❤️ 🇬🇧🇺🇸 Xx

  62. Denice Kirth
    Posted November 27, 2017 at 3:21 pm | Permalink

    Hi Karen, wow you lived close, my godfather lives in ft.Lauderdale, very close also, I asked him if he ever saw him, he said no, I said we’ll your in your eighties and I don’t think you know who David Cassidy is, he says yes I do that good looking guy who sang on the show with the family , everyone knew and loved him. Felicia good morning, thank you for the beautiful morning post, helping me to. Each day that goes by, I put my thoughts with God, and David being in his eternity home with God, and all his loves ones, and looking down on us all still loving us. Felicia our friendship is strong, I am so happy for a good honest sincere, caring friend that you have been to me. You never put pressure on me, you were there with kind words. That is a true friend, Your posts about David , have shared so much enlightment to me and the fans, I am so grateful, David’s website is here, what would we have done if we couldn’t be together, all us fans, feel the loss of David, but at the same time, he left us so many gifts to enjoy.

    • Posted November 28, 2017 at 12:51 am | Permalink

      Dear Denice,
      Thank you for the beautiful card that you sent me.
      What nice gesture! I am truly touched! I keep
      reading all the post that the fans have written.
      It’s been a week since David passed away. And
      fans are still hurt and stunned by David’s death.
      He is free now, he has no more worries. I just
      thank God for this website where we can all
      shl.are our pain, share our memories, and not feel
      like we are alone. It takes a lot to get through a
      day. I feel like posting on this website at the end
      of the day is like a reward. No matter how
      challenging the day is, I still have this website.
      to turn to at the end of the day. I look forward
      to your post Denice. It makes my day ! You are
      such a beautiful person. I am proud to call you
      my friend. So on to recovery and a new way of
      life without David. He is gone physically, but
      the spirit of David Cassidy lives on!

  63. Denice Kirth
    Posted November 27, 2017 at 3:27 pm | Permalink

    To web team, the two pictures above this post, I really like, and I also like the family picture that is with the throughbreed story,David, Sue and. Beau beautiful picture to be cherished.

  64. Kelly
    Posted November 27, 2017 at 4:20 pm | Permalink

    It’s been a week since David died, and it’s still hard to believe he’s gone. I was just saying to my Mom that right now it feels like I’m dreaming all of this and any minute now, I’m going be awake and I’ll find out that none of it really happened. I’m sure everybody here feels that way. I get out of bed every morning and get some things done, then I pick up my smartphone and go online and see all these websites announcing David’s death. I still can’t grasp the fact that this actually happened. Thank God for this website! Everybody here feels the same way I do, and it’s comforting to know that I can come on here and not have to worry about any online bullies attacking me, unlike YouTube, where I have encountered several bullies. Some of these people have actually ganged up on me, so I will not be posting on those webpages anymore. This website is like a safe haven. It’s comforting to talk to my Mom and Dad about this, too. They know how much I love David and they’re sorry that he’s gone. It helps to talk to people who are understanding and supportive. I will be avoiding any websites where online bullies will attack people like me who love David. I don’t need that kind of treatment. Death is a serious matter and it just doesn’t make sense to me how some people can be so cruel towards David, his family, friends, and fans. I know I won’t find that here or in my own family. One day, this whole thing will seem more real. I’m pretty sure of this.

    • Tricia
      Posted November 27, 2017 at 8:39 pm | Permalink

      Hi Kelly, I feel the same way as you do about this website and about everything that has transpired. It is hard to believe and it truly hurts. We will get through this together one day at a time. I feel so fortunate to have fans here that are so supportive , comforting and understanding. Hang in there! We are all here for each other.

      • Judy A
        Posted November 27, 2017 at 9:08 pm | Permalink

        Fellow fans are the only ones who truly know how we feel from the hurt, shock and pain of grief. All comments here come from a place of love in our hearts for David.
        Hug to all fans out there.

        • SOPHIA jAN
          Posted December 15, 2017 at 11:51 pm | Permalink

          Big, big hugs back, Kelly, Tricia, and Judy A….lets not let other people’s hate get in the way of our remembering David, im 43 years old, and since age 11, have learnt so much by just observing him. He has a good soul, so lets just focus on what is important, and that’s keeping our memories of David, forever alive….incidentally, David’s words come to my mind when he used to sign off his letters messages to us, his fans….Happy trails. So happy trails guys and let us keep it together for David’s sake. Sophia..

      • SOPHIA jAN
        Posted December 15, 2017 at 11:52 pm | Permalink

        Big, big hugs back, Kelly, Tricia, and Judy A….lets not let other people’s hate get in the way of our remembering David, im 43 years old, and since age 11, have learnt so much by just observing him. He has a good soul, so lets just focus on what is important, and that’s keeping our memories of David, forever alive….incidentally, David’s words come to my mind when he used to sign off his letters messages to us, his fans….Happy trails. So happy trails guys and let us keep it together for David’s sake. Sophia..

    • Posted November 29, 2017 at 1:10 am | Permalink

      Hi Kelly

      Don’t worry xx it could take a while for us to get over the shock as our idol was a bit part of out teen years and for many of us: many years beyond that. The loss of dear David Cassidy will feel similar to losing a cherished member of the family or a partner or close friend. It won’t feel any different at all. We are all going through a bereavement. Regarding the bullies on youtiube in the last half hour i’ve just had two removed for their nasty words. Its not what we need at this time..they are losers! Obviously very jealous that a huge collective of women are pouring out their feelings and love for David. If I see any more rest assured I will get them removed immediately xx take care huni xx

      • Posted November 29, 2017 at 1:13 am | Permalink

        Oops! The second sentence of my message to Kelly was meant to say ”was a big part of our teenage years” scuse the spelling mistakes 🙂

  65. Kathy Marie
    Posted November 27, 2017 at 4:25 pm | Permalink

    I am deeply saddened by David’s passing…I’m still in disbelief. His family, friends & fans are in my thoughts & prayers during this difficult time and especially during the holidays. David’s music will be played for as long as I live. God Bless you all with strength & peace.

    Love From Another #1 Fan,
    Kathy Marie from Pennsylvania

  66. Maria Cascella
    Posted November 27, 2017 at 4:30 pm | Permalink

    David’s passing has really been very upsetting to me. He was so much of my growing years and beyond. May he rest in peace.

    I was fortunate enough to see him perform in “Joseph” (I went to see it 4 times!) It was my first time seeing him perform live and I’m happy that it was in a theatre/play setting; where he started! I remember taking my Mom and we had front row, stay right seats. She kept saying, I can’t believe how close he is! My persistance paid off because on the 4th time, I got to meet him! He came out and went to his limo; he opened the window and started signing. I got a to see his beautiful smile up close and a kiss on the cheek as well. I then saw him in Blood Brothers with Shaun; what an amazing performance from both of them!

    It would be 2009 before I actually got to see a concert. That was at the Queens Center and then in subsequent years at BB King’s in NY.

    I will always carry those memories with me and his music will never die.

    Thank you, David, and I hope you are up there jammin’ with John Lennon.

    Peace to all.

    • SOPHIA jAN
      Posted December 15, 2017 at 11:56 pm | Permalink

      Y’know what, Maria, I bet he is jammin up there with John Lennon, I can picture them both!!. Warm wishes, Sophie.

  67. Posted November 27, 2017 at 4:49 pm | Permalink

    Life ai’nt always what it seems to be,
    Words can’t express what you mean to me.
    ‘Til the day we meet again,
    In my heart is where I’ll keep you, friend.

    David Bruce Cassidy – Thank you for my childhood!

  68. Angela Mitchell
    Posted November 27, 2017 at 5:26 pm | Permalink

    I to feel that I can come on this website and know that everyone is respectful and it is a safe haven to grieve. Thinking of Dear David in heaven with the angels and my thoughts are with his family ,friends and fans. You are missed so much DavidX.Angela Mitchell uk.

  69. Pat
    Posted November 27, 2017 at 5:51 pm | Permalink

    R.I.P. David, you will be missed by all your fans. Will always be playing your songs. You were my idol when I was a teen.

  70. Terena Maynard
    Posted November 27, 2017 at 6:18 pm | Permalink

    Struggling to find the words but here goes…David Cassidy I’ve loved you since I was 10 years old, when you first came into my life. I played your records over and over again watched you on the Partridge Family and I had your posters all over my wall. I eventually got to see you for the first time in November 2001, oh what a night that was! I’ve travelled the country and to the US and Canada to see you so many times and it’s been truly amazing. Through you I’ve made the most wonderful lifelong friends and had so much fun and so many magical moments & memories.
    Thank you so much for your beautiful music which I know will live on forever, no one has a voice quite like yours! You brought love, light
    and laughter into so many of our lives. On a personal note, thank you for being so lovely to me on those occasions when I met you, for that 10 year girl, it was something I could only have dreamed of. In later times being greeted like old friends. The most memorable being a lovely warm hug & kiss outside GMTV on a freezing cold November morning, I will never forget that! 😀 ❤ They say you should never meet your idols, well in your case, they got that wrong! I don’t think you really know how much you were truly loved and appreciated. Thinking of your family and all your fans around the world who I know are grieving for you. Forever in my heart, such a beautiful soul. Shine bright David the newest star in the night sky. Still can’t quite believe I’m saying this RIP David Cassidy, fly high! 😢😢😢 xx #heartbroken

    • Sian Steed
      Posted January 27, 2018 at 3:20 am | Permalink

      I love this tribute. Sian Steed, England

  71. Jay Anz
    Posted November 27, 2017 at 8:10 pm | Permalink

    I was so sad to hear about the passing of David. I’ve been a fan since The Partridge Family days. My fave song was always…Could It Be Forever. I have always considered David Cassidy the last of the great teen idols. I got to meet David a few times here in Houston. The last time I saw him in concert here in 2013, I got to talk with him again. Katie Cassidy I want you to know, I told David how great you are on Arrow and he said, “Isn’t she fabulous.” He lit up Katie and was very proud of you. I just wanted to let you know that.
    Take care Katie,
    Jay Anz

  72. Sandra Gillman
    Posted November 27, 2017 at 8:12 pm | Permalink

    I’m so glad I stumbled on this website. I’ve been spending 3am nights googling, u tubing and just can’t stop crying. And I have nobody to tell. Nobody deserves dementia. My Nan died with dementia which she had for many years and I don’t remember her before she succumbed to it. I have nearly 50 years of memories of you being so so beautiful. I’m so glad that you didn’t have to suffer for too long. that is what he wanted. God Bless you my darling man. Singing with the angels. Love you.Will always miss seeing you.

  73. Posted November 27, 2017 at 8:21 pm | Permalink


    I want as many people to sign this as possible…for all the joyful memories David has brought us through his music and his kindness its the least we can do for him . This is our gift back to him.. https://www.gopetition.com/petitions/induct-david-cassidy-into-rock-roll-hall-of-fame.html
    there are more than 3000 signatures so far let this be our gift to him xx

    • Tricia
      Posted November 27, 2017 at 8:31 pm | Permalink

      Done. Thank you.

    • Sandra Gillman
      Posted November 28, 2017 at 12:26 am | Permalink

      Done. Thank you for you. Sandra x

    • Christine
      Posted November 28, 2017 at 7:44 am | Permalink

      Thank you so much, I have just signed this. x x

    • Posted December 1, 2017 at 8:02 pm | Permalink

      I signed long ago and I did three times, for each one of my email accounts.

  74. Denice Kirth
    Posted November 27, 2017 at 9:32 pm | Permalink

    Lady Sabina, glad to be on board, thank you for what you are doing and I loved your post. Keep us posted.

    • Posted November 28, 2017 at 10:12 am | Permalink

      Hi Denice! Aww thank you huni and everyone for signing so far x I will of course keep you posted on the progress of this 🙂 take care huni x

  75. Laura Ann stebbins
    Posted November 27, 2017 at 9:35 pm | Permalink

    David Cassidy will be missed.

  76. Marina Kolev
    Posted November 27, 2017 at 10:14 pm | Permalink

    Ich bin Marina aus Hamburg/Deutschland und die Nachricht von David’s Tod traf mich tief in meinem Herzen. Er war mein ganz großes Idol und mein absoluter Schwarm. Ich hatte das große Glück ihn auf seinem Konzert in Hamburg sehen zu können und habe das nie vergessen. So gerne hätte ich ihn noch einmal gesehen. Mein aufrichtiges Beileid geht an die Familie. David i miss you so much! Love you, Marina 💖

    • Margaret Staadt
      Posted November 28, 2017 at 12:37 am | Permalink


      I am Marina from Hamburg / Germany and the news of David’s death hit me deep in my heart. He was my big idol and my absolute crush. I was lucky enough to see him at his concert in Hamburg and have never forgotten that. I would have loved to see him again. My sincere condolences go to the family. David i miss you so much! Love you, Marina

      • Posted November 28, 2017 at 1:00 am | Permalink

        Dear Margaret,
        I didn’t realize you spoke German. I am
        impressed. Thank you for translating that
        fan’s post. You are one talented lady. What
        a gift to be bilingual. You take care, until we
        meet again!

      • Marina Kolev
        Posted December 7, 2017 at 2:15 pm | Permalink

        Dear Margaret,
        thank you so much for the translation of my german letter!
        My english is o.k. to Entertainer, but the writing is a little difficult.
        Many greetings from Hamburg/Germany , Marina

        • Margaret
          Posted December 8, 2017 at 10:06 am | Permalink

          You’re welcome, Marina. While I did take four years of German in high school many years ago, it is much easier to just copy and paste into Google Translate! lol

  77. Kelly
    Posted November 27, 2017 at 11:28 pm | Permalink

    In my dreams I’ll always see you soar above the sky
    In my heart there’ll always be a place for you for all my life
    I’ll keep s part of you with me
    And everywhere I am there you’ll be
    And everywhere I am there you’ll be

    The words to this beautiful, heartfelt song by Faith Hill just says it all, don’t you think?

  78. Donna
    Posted November 27, 2017 at 11:53 pm | Permalink

    I will always Cherish David. I was in 4th grade when David hit the TV set. My room was covered with his posters and pictures and I still have them. I will always love him. I never ever had the opportunity to meet him which was my dream.
    His smile was infectious, his face beautiful. I will miss him, He has no more pain and is at peace. He was a gift to us all.

    Love you David.

  79. Sandra
    Posted November 28, 2017 at 12:31 am | Permalink

    Still so sad, I can’t believe David is gone. He was a very beautiful man and so talented. What I particularly loved was how caring he was of others, it was a dream of mine to meet him but I never did. I don’t think he got the respect he deserved for his career. At the very least, he should be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and have a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. He was an American national treasure. To only call him a teen idol doesn’t do justice to him, he was multi-talented. Sounds like there’ll be a public memorial to him in the future which I would dearly love to attend but won’t be able to as I’m in Australia. When this happens, I hope to see pictures of it. There have been lovely tributes to him by family members, friends and others. Everyone who knew him or met him loved him, that is loud and clear. He was my teen idol, there was no one else.
    I will always love and never forget him. Continuing to think of his family and friends at this very difficult time.

    Sydney, Australia

  80. Denice Kirth
    Posted November 28, 2017 at 1:38 am | Permalink

    Hi Felicia, just sending a note of warm hello, I’m just thinking of David’s family, his brothers showed there love and we’re there. His children and all his family, are where my thoughts are now. May God be with them, today, tommorow and each day, and Felicia my friend, thank you for beening my David Cassidy friend. I will write soon, I’m glad you liked the card.

  81. Denice Kirth
    Posted November 28, 2017 at 1:49 am | Permalink

    I agree with Sandra and loved her beautiful post. Thank you Sandra, glad you posted with us. I love how you said, he was a American National Treasure . We will treasure David Cassidy forever.

    • Sandra
      Posted November 28, 2017 at 11:41 pm | Permalink

      Thanks Denice,

      I’ve also enjoyed your posts. The love we all have for David is very palpable, such a shame that such a beautiful talented man has gone too soon. My only consolation is that he is now at peace, no longer in pain. I think life was very unkind to him, he didn’t deserve what happened to him. I will always miss him.

      Sydney, Australia

  82. Ls
    Posted November 28, 2017 at 2:18 am | Permalink

    I grew up watching the Partridge Family and had a huge crush on David Cassidy. It still seems unreal that he is gone. Rest with the angels you and your talent will never be forgotten

  83. Linda
    Posted November 28, 2017 at 2:26 am | Permalink


  84. Linda
    Posted November 28, 2017 at 2:38 am | Permalink

    I have moved on from mourning to celebrating the joy David brought me for so many years. I had seen him in concert in 1972 and in 2008. I also saw him in EFX (my favorite DC performance) , At the Copa and Rat Pack is Back. He may have only been 67, but he lived an extraordinary life. And yet it is reported that his final words to family were “so much wasted time”. Those words keep goung through my mind as they are very profound. He would not want us to waste time mourning, he woukd want us to go on and be happy. He is now resting peacefully and has left us so many happy memories. I will CHERISH the memories and be thankful for all the joy he has given me.

  85. Judy Nagle
    Posted November 28, 2017 at 4:28 am | Permalink

    The Partridge Family was a big part of my childhood, I watched every episode, subscribed to Tiger Beat, had the posters in my room and owned every album. Like everyone else who has posted, I’m still in shock that David is actually gone, we thought he’d be with us forever, but alas, he’s gone far too soon. But I’m so happy that I was of the age to watch the Partridge Family and be a fan of everyone on the show, including David, and then to follow his career for all these years. He was an amazing, talented man, acting, singing, writing, he did it all and he did it so well. He brought such joy to all of us and we have so many wonderful memories, as Michael Stanley, another of my favorite musicians (from NE Ohio) said in one of his songs, “all you get to keep are the memories, you gotta make the good ones last.” Thank you David, for all the wonderful memories I have of you, they will last forever. May God bless you and grant you peace and joy.

  86. Paula Hatch
    Posted November 28, 2017 at 7:10 am | Permalink

    I am so glad that I was able to see David perform one last time at the Canyon Club in L. A.
    in February. And my heart is truly broken to know I will never have that opportunity again.
    David was a truly gifted performer beyond anyone—the COMPLETE package. He will continue to be with us through our memories of him & the incredible legacy he left behind.
    Thank you so much for all of those memories, David. I hope you can now have the peace & serenity you longed for all of your life.
    RIP David & know that you are greatly missed.
    May his family find comfort in knowing that he is now in a better place, free from the “ills” that kept him from doing that which he loved most.
    My thoughts & prayers are with you at this most difficult time.

  87. Yvonne Baumgardner
    Posted November 28, 2017 at 7:43 am | Permalink

    I’m like everyone else that’s posted. I had his posters all over my walls, I have the dvds of all the seasons of the partridge family, I have books they made which were like a episode of the partridge family. The man I married reminded me of him. He will be sadly missed. And he was a great singer, who didn’t get enough acknowledgement for that because he was on the tv series. And I loved that tv series! Rest In Peace.

  88. Birgit
    Posted November 28, 2017 at 10:22 am | Permalink

    Jetzt ist David schon seit einer Woche nicht mehr bei uns. Ich höre den ganzen Tag seine alten Lieder, genau so, wie ich es schon vor über 40 Jahren getan habe. Wenn ich die Lieder höre, fühle ich mich in meinem Herzen genau so jung wie damals. R. I. P. David. Ich vermisse dich.

    • Margaret Staadt
      Posted November 29, 2017 at 12:29 am | Permalink


      David has not been with us for a week now. I listen to his old songs all day, just like I did over 40 years ago. When I hear the songs, I feel just as young in my heart as then. R.I.P. David. I miss you.

  89. Janice
    Posted November 28, 2017 at 10:57 am | Permalink

    Thank you so much for all the happy memories from when I was younger to now and forever.such a great talent. You’ll never know how much you meant to millions. RIP David you’ll be greatly missed.

  90. Col
    Posted November 28, 2017 at 11:22 am | Permalink

    David into Rock & Roll hall of Fame,
    I have signed petition.

  91. Posted November 28, 2017 at 11:26 am | Permalink

    Hi Denice,
    I like your post, it was comforting! I am going
    to commit to writing you a long letter today.
    I am determined , it is time to heal! I am full
    of hope, that I am going to start feeling better.
    David would want his fans to go on living the
    best life possible.

    • Posted November 29, 2017 at 12:06 am | Permalink

      That is so true Felicia! David would not want us all to be feeling so sad as his gift was to bring joy and happiness to everyone.

  92. Posted November 28, 2017 at 1:39 pm | Permalink

    Please do not remove my comment. I am praying for peace and well bring of David Cassidys beautiful soul. He was simply adored and loved by the whole world. His musical genius will over come time and will remain immortal. RIP. David will live on forever through his timeless music. In Sikhism we believe that David has only let go of his body but his soul is immortal. Do not mourn him or be sad for him. Rejoice that he is now free and singing with all of Gods angels.

    • Posted November 29, 2017 at 12:12 am | Permalink

      Your words are so precious and caring Mrs Randeep Kaur that no one would wish to remove your comment i’m sure. Personally I’m a spiritual person and have had confirmation of ‘the other side’ . I have two close friends that are Sikh so I understand your faith. There is a Medium on youtube who was talking about David Cassidy and i’m sure this will comfort his fans greatly when they listen to it. It explains what happened after his passing. I’m going to post the link here: https://youtu.be/vI9SWYQKDa0

  93. Denice Kirth
    Posted November 28, 2017 at 4:29 pm | Permalink

    Thank you Felicia, your post today, makes me want to make this a new day, I read the post under yours from Mrs, Randee, will let David go but his soul and spirit will live on. We became friends, what a true friend you are. I can’t write yet, but I will soon. Always friends,and always David Cassidy fans. May we be there for David’s whole family, and let them heal and rejoice that God gave us the time he did with the world loving David Cassidy. He went home to be with our Lord, and all the angels are singing to David. Be strong Katie and Beau, we the fans Care so much and we always will, my thoughts are for yous and your whole family.

  94. Nicki
    Posted November 28, 2017 at 5:38 pm | Permalink

    Your first teenage love lasts. I’m 60 years old and surprisingly having a hard time dealing with David’s passing. I just watched the rebroadcast of his interview with Dr. Phil. It broke my heart. I had the absolute delight of meeting him as a TSA agent a few years back. I went right back to that 12 yr old. I asked him why he didn’t answer my letters, why we never married! We had a few laughs & he couldn’t have been more gracious. He was a special person. Love to you always David…

  95. Kelly
    Posted November 28, 2017 at 6:00 pm | Permalink

    I don’t think any celebrity’s death has affected me the way David Cassidy’s has. I can remember when Andy Gibb passed away back in 1988 and when John Denver was killed in a plane crash back in 1997. Both men were also 70’s icons who died too soon. Andy Gibb had just turned 30 when he died. John Denver was 53. I remember their music from my childhood, and I was saddened by their deaths, but David Cassidy’s death is much harder for me to deal with. I feel like I’ve been punched in the stomach! I know that David’s soul is free and he is enjoying all the wonders of Heaven, but it’s just so hard to let go! Even though I’ve never met David, I feel like I’ve lost a friend. I am 18 years younger than David (I’m 49. David was 67.) and I always had a feeling that I would outlive him. I just didn’t think that would happen now. As I mentioned in an earlier post, time heals all wounds. The day will come when we will all be able to think about David, listen to his music, and watch him on TV with a smile instead of tears. That day may come sooner for some than it will for others, though. I’m just taking this a day at a time.

    • Posted November 29, 2017 at 1:16 am | Permalink

      Dear Kelly I think your post will help many of us huni xx your words are very comforting thank you xxx

    • Ann Marie
      Posted November 29, 2017 at 2:54 am | Permalink

      I’m 49 too and I feel the same way you do about his passing. When the Partridge Family was on TV, I was too young to notice him as being sexy. I just thought that David Cassidy was cool, and all the Partridges were cool and also very funny. And I loved their music. David Cassidy was not my “first crush” either.

      Now, I never thought David Cassidy would out live me mind you because there’s a big age difference, but for some reason I always knew in the back of my mind when he did die someday, I would feel something. I certainly didn’t think his death would be so soon. And sure enough I did feel something. I felt like a wonderful piece of my life was taken away. I actually cried. I can’t figure it out. He was a connection to my younger self maybe? I also know that he is the only celebrity I will feel this way about — the only one.

  96. Sandra Gillman
    Posted November 28, 2017 at 7:56 pm | Permalink

    Just wish we could all have a huge hug together. We all need a ‘Cassidy’ hug. All our hearts are broken. Obviously that isn’t possible as I’m here in the UK and all of you are scattered round the world, so I’m sending you all a huge virtual hug and saying let’s just look up to the sky with the biggest smile (and definitely lots of tears) and say ‘Thank you David’. xxx

    • Kelly
      Posted November 28, 2017 at 8:09 pm | Permalink

      Beautifully said, Sandra. It would be great if we could all give each other a big Cassidy group hug. Here’s one from me to everybody. ( Virtual Cassidy group hug.)

      Last night, I did go outside to look up at the sky, which was full of stars, and I had tears in my eyes. There isn’t a doubt in my mind that David is in Heaven and we’ll all see him there someday.

      • Sandra Gillman
        Posted November 28, 2017 at 9:28 pm | Permalink

        Thank you Kelly. God Bless xx

        • Judy A
          Posted November 28, 2017 at 10:05 pm | Permalink

          Lovely posts ladies.x

    • Posted November 29, 2017 at 1:19 am | Permalink

      Sandra I think we are connected by what you have just written. I am Psychic by the way…its my job. Could you message me on sabinaheywood@hotmail.co.uk and i’ll tell you what happened re David x i can’t post it on here its too personal to me xx

      • Sandra Gillman
        Posted November 30, 2017 at 12:45 am | Permalink

        Hi Sabrina – I’m just wondering if you mean me? There are 2 other Sandra’s on here. Thank you

  97. Posted November 28, 2017 at 8:01 pm | Permalink

    Sleep quietly, David. May God welcome you in His Heart with as much love as you inspired in ours.

    We will live on with everything you gave us.

    Will love you always.

  98. Posted November 28, 2017 at 8:01 pm | Permalink

    Sleep quietly, David. May God welcome you in His Heart with as much love as you inspired in ours.

    We will live on with everything you gave us. So much!!!

    Will love you always.

  99. Isabel
    Posted November 28, 2017 at 8:07 pm | Permalink
  100. ReneeBurdick11/28/17
    Posted November 28, 2017 at 8:30 pm | Permalink

    Words can not express how much David has meant to me in my life. I am the “Walk Away Renee” on David’s “A Touch of Blue”CD. I couldn’t and didn’t walk away…I’ve tried to help and survive. I am a Santa Barbaran ,Ca descendant. I’ve known both David and his mother,Evelyn and Al..David used to come to Santa Barbara with his mother in the ’60s.David moved here in the mid ’70s for his sanity-he found peace and got to be a regular person-known as a great guitarist/musician(Home is Where the Heart Is LP)Bedtime.Know he cared(“Time wasted”)From me and unborn ones,Always Love,Renee

  101. Posted November 28, 2017 at 9:33 pm | Permalink

    Hi Denice!
    I actually started writing you a letter today.
    You should get the letter I wrote you last
    Friday , either today or tomorrow. I am making
    progress by getting feelings down on paper.
    I am settled in for the evening, I am doing my
    wash. Just ate my supper. I took my cat to the
    vet today, she has a bladder infection. I finally
    got all her medication under control. She turns
    20 on December 1. The vet said she still has
    a lot of spunk in her. I spent the whole day
    with her. Anyway I wish you a peaceful
    evening! Not much happening here. I cancelled
    my exercise class and did not go to my
    meditation class. I keep watching videos of
    David on U-Tube. It is helpful! Denice you
    take care! Every day I think of something
    I am grateful for. I am always grateful for
    this website! I wish you a good night and
    a blessed day tomorrow!

  102. Posted November 28, 2017 at 10:29 pm | Permalink

    I simply loved David Cassidy in the 1970s. I grew up with his music “could be forever, How can I be sure, Cherish” and the Partridge Family in the UK. I remember when he played at the White City Shepherds Bush, UK. His fans simply adored him. I recently cleared out my shed at home and found David Cassidys photos from the 1970s. His death has brought back so many wonderful memories of his timeless music. It is Davids time to rest in eternal peace now. He cherished us and made us happy. It is Davids turn now to rest and be happy. Sweet angel of mine sleep well and rest.

  103. Maggie
    Posted November 28, 2017 at 10:52 pm | Permalink

    Very touching tributes x

  104. Helen Mcmanus
    Posted November 28, 2017 at 11:29 pm | Permalink

    Still in deep shock at Davids passing. It is so nice to read all these beautiful comments, it is so heart warming, so many caring and loving fans are being united all around the world. We all have so many fantastic memories which will live with us in our hearts forever!! Our lives have been touched by this sweet man who brought us all so much love . God bless him, he has made such an impact on us all. May the angels be at your side always David, you did not deserve to be taken away from us all, we still had so much more love to give to you.
    Good night god bless, sleep tight xxx
    Helen from Manchester, England

  105. Denice Kirth
    Posted November 29, 2017 at 1:10 am | Permalink

    I can see why David liked the UK, you all are so very nice and so loving and caring toward David Cassidy. I’m glad he got to play in the UK, yes we all need a hug. Hi Felicia thank you for the post, you always cheer me up, it’s still hurting, I’m trying to stay busy, trying and doing, works, than I think of David and I say a prayer to him, Felicia I’m still sad. We must go on with David’s memories and thank God for the time we had with him and for giving David to us fans. This websitunderstand and care, about David and eachother.

  106. Christine
    Posted November 29, 2017 at 1:17 am | Permalink

    David my heart is still breaking since you left us. You remind me of one of the lines from the song Starry Starry Night that says” This world was never meant for one as beautiful as you”. David how we all miss you dearly…but I also know that you are in a better place than this one. You will never be forgotten David…your memory will live on… even though there was a beautiful smile that hid the pain and eyes that held the tears unseen.

    Love you always David

    • Madeleine
      Posted November 29, 2017 at 10:42 am | Permalink

      Dear Christine, Don McLean – vincent. ( STARRY STARRY NIGHT) eyes that watched this world and can’t forget… A sad haunting song a soul searching song. Sometimes we can have all the people in the world and still be alone, the heart craves for what the heart craves. A smile can hide a thousand tears… David had love in his life and he knew he had the love of the many fans all over the world. But the one love he wanted I feel perhaps he never quite could reach, and it haunted him. David was a sensitive caring and loving man who should still be here today living his life happy and healthy , that is what we all wanted for him sadly it was not to be. Let us remember David for the great sense of humour that he did have and for that beautiful.smile, he touched so many and we will always remember he will never be forgotten…

  107. Ian
    Posted November 29, 2017 at 3:48 am | Permalink

    David Cassidy: In love he is remembered – In memory he lives.

  108. Posted November 29, 2017 at 6:15 am | Permalink

    I’m just thinking of ideas of what we fans can do as our own tribute to our late great David Cassidy and I thought well maybe the pop world might hopefully do a tribute but we can too! There’s nothing stopping us and i don’t see why we cant translate the emotional upset of his loss into something tangible so that we can show the world how much he was loved and thought about! and it will help the healing process too i’m sure. So the first question i’m going to put out there is can anyone here sing? or dance? and are you brave enough to go on stage and face an audience? Personally i can sing as i’ve done it on stage before. Also what do you all think about this?

    • Posted November 29, 2017 at 6:28 am | Permalink

      Maybe we could create a show with renditions of his songs and take our little show around the UK for the David Cassidy fans then onto New York his home town xx

      • Sandra Gillman
        Posted November 30, 2017 at 12:42 am | Permalink

        Sounds amazing. I wouldn’t call myself ‘a singer’ but hey its not a contest. I’d love to be able to pay a tribute to David. You asked me to email you, which I will, so we can continue to communicate thro’ email. Thank you. xx

      • Sandra Gillman
        Posted December 1, 2017 at 10:46 pm | Permalink

        This morning I woke up with this feeling, I didn’t know how to deal with and so I just decided to TELL YOU. How about a flash mob choir? I’ve always wanted to do this. What do you think? x

      • Catherine
        Posted December 8, 2017 at 1:42 pm | Permalink

        Who would be the beneficiary of the money made from the concert you are suggesting putting together and travelling around the uk with? Valid question I think Lady Sibina Heywood. I am sure maybe sometime in the future an official stage show maybe thought about by the Cassidy family themselves.

    • Kelly
      Posted November 29, 2017 at 7:01 am | Permalink

      I wish I could sing, but unfortunately, I couldn’t carry a tune in a bucket! LOL! When I was a teenager back in the 80’s, I wanted to be a country singer, but found out I have no singing talent. I love that idea, though. Maybe some other people here have singing talent and could be a part of this

      • Posted November 29, 2017 at 12:56 pm | Permalink

        Hiya Kelly x aww

        Any voice can be trained to a decent level xx

        Thank you for your response though xo

        • Kelly
          Posted November 29, 2017 at 2:50 pm | Permalink

          Are there any David Cassidy songs that could be done country style? Lol. Kidding!. Really, I love this idea, but I wouldn’t be able to join you. I have tried to sing, but I just don’t:t have much of a voice

        • Posted November 29, 2017 at 3:24 pm | Permalink

          If we do end up doing a show then maybe you could have a speaking part? I think i might start working on this after Christmas x

  109. Denice Kirth
    Posted November 29, 2017 at 3:28 pm | Permalink

    Madeleine, I liked your last post, I feel the same, Good morning Felicia, I started your letter, I’m going to finish today. David Cassidy was beautiful on the inside and his heart was filled with love, he did share his goodness and kindness to everyone, the man just worked and worked, his skills of talent to the entertainment world, makes me ponder , how did he do it all. Well he did. David was a peaceful person, he would of wanted us to feel peace of him passing. David is in his home of eternity, nomore hurting, surrounded by God’s beauty.

    • Madeleine
      Posted November 29, 2017 at 5:39 pm | Permalink

      Thank you Denice , i hope you are doing okay…

  110. Christine
    Posted November 29, 2017 at 4:57 pm | Permalink

    Thank you Madeleine….I believe David was a beautiful soul that perhaps never reached his true potential …which is true of all of us as we go through this life taking time and people for granted and letting circumstances or setbacks hold us from our own potential. Why is it that it takes a painful loss to wake most of us up?We can all learn something from David’s life….that is ,that life is very short and unpredictable, no one can see what’s in their future. I wish for David’s family peace, love and many blessings as they heal and go forward.

    Love you David

  111. Posted November 29, 2017 at 7:32 pm | Permalink

    Hi Denice!
    I like your post. I finished your letter today. I
    will mail it today November 29th. You should
    get it by Saturday or Monday.

  112. Denice Kirth
    Posted November 29, 2017 at 9:40 pm | Permalink

    Madeleine, my friend Felicia, and Tricia, Madeleine I’m doing much better, thank you for asking, Felicia I sent you a letter today, and Tricia I just listened to the download, thank you for that, David voice sounds so so great, jazz and blues combo Like Wow, I really hope the rest will be available, David would of wanted that, A big shout out to Craig for beening a dedicated friend to David, and also for working so hard also. Craig you got great memories of your friend David Cassidy. I met you once but you most likely wouldn’t remember, was presque isle, Erie show 2013; you played great. Felicia have nice evening looking forward to your letter. Tricia thanks again, hope things will work out. One day at a time, David sure did have the nicest fans.

    • Lynn
      Posted November 30, 2017 at 7:32 am | Permalink

      Denice, how sweet of you to say “David sure did have the nicest fans”
      That speaks so highly and beautifully of David. That in itself is a tribute to him. Because this is a very big world and his fans are from everywhere! . GOD bless.

  113. Tony Denera
    Posted November 29, 2017 at 11:36 pm | Permalink

    I was born at the right time. I was 8-12 years old when “The Partridge Family” originally aired on ABC from 1970-74. Friday nights at 8:30pm was a great way to get the weekend started after a long week at P.S 89 in the Bronx. On Saturday mornings in 1971 my mother would give me a quarter and I would go to the local candy store on Astor Ave. and purchase a pack of PF trading cards and also seeing those teen magazines on the racks with David’s photo front and center on all of them. That same year my parents gave me the “Up to Date” album as a gift and I can honestly tell you I played the heck out of it. So many wonderful memories. Thank you David Cassidy for playing a big part in providing me with a really cool childhood. I’m only sorry your world got too big for you. You did know and acknowledge that you were well loved and appreciated and you showed the same for all of us. You were a blessing as we were blessed to know you. You will never really be gone as I will continue to watch downloaded episodes of the PF and listen to your songs on my iPod. That will keep me young. Thank you. Rest in peace. Sincerely, Tony.

    • Mary Wrigley
      Posted November 30, 2017 at 7:23 pm | Permalink

      Nice summary, Tony. Think we’ve all got a similar weekend path from those days. Mine was, of course, the Friday night show, starting the weekend. Followed by piano lesson Saturday morning and — if that newsstand was out of Tiger Beat or 16, I’d be crushed! Such wonderful memories frozen in time from the entertainer he was to all fans.

  114. Susan Carr Dees
    Posted November 30, 2017 at 4:23 am | Permalink

    I am so sorry for his family and for all of his friends, the ones who knew and loved Mr. Cassidy. I have read about how, even when times were dark for him and not going well, that he had a hopefulness, an optimism that things would get better if he just continued to try. He seems to have wanted to be happy and to simply spread joy to others from all accounts. It is a great loss for those he loved and who loved him. Having lost family members myself, I can say that they live on in our hearts and minds. Mr. Cassidy will be no different once the pain of his loss subsides and the memories of the loving person he was remains. I am sorry for your loss.

  115. Denice Kirth
    Posted November 30, 2017 at 1:39 pm | Permalink

    Lynn, thank you for your post, David had the highest regards as a entertainer, and it shows in his fans, each and every fan is someone,important, Lynn you are special. Arcelia, lovely Arcelia who has been a dedicated loving fan of David’s were all here for you. I knew it was hard for you. Please be here with us. You have been a friend to us all. Good morning Felicia, said another prayer for David, it helps, I look up at the sky, and I say David I hope your happy in your new home. Felicia I really believe in God, and he will take care of David.

    • Posted December 1, 2017 at 7:27 pm | Permalink

      My angel… He has been a lovely man during his time in this world so I am sure he is in God´s arms now.

      You are such a beautiful friend for your friends, Denice. Thank you ♥

  116. Mary Wrigley
    Posted November 30, 2017 at 2:41 pm | Permalink

    Just noticed the comment from the family — Now people are trying to make money off of David in his death??!! Bad enough Sony didn’t come through, but anyone who is trying to capitalize on this — Have a conscience.

  117. Julie Crabb
    Posted November 30, 2017 at 4:18 pm | Permalink

    David my heart is still breaking since you passed away. I just can’t believe he has gone. I grew up watchimg the Partridge Family when i was 11. Then in my teenage years the more i watched Keith Partridge i began to.realise he was becomimg my first crush. His beautiful smile and his beautiful eyes made me melt. His voice was beautiful aswell and his music i loved. Though the years i.bought every magazine and hung posters on my bedroom wall, even had the DAVID CASSIDY T-Shirt can honestly say i eventually wore it so much there was hardly any picture of David left on it. My one biggest regret is that i didnt get to see him in one of his concert”s. He was a beautiful sole and i adored him so. It just’s HURTS SO BAD loosing him. I have never ever cried so much at loosing other singers like i have David Cassidy. Thank you for the music David. I will always remember you and have you in my heart always and will always CHERISH you and Your Beautiful songs forever. R.I.P. My Sweet Angel. xxx♡

  118. Yvonne Sheridan
    Posted November 30, 2017 at 4:48 pm | Permalink

    I have seen the post from the family also,people are just sick EVERYONE MADE MONEY FROM HIM BUT IN DEATH SICK SICK SICK.
    That’s what’s wrong with society today NO CONSCIENCE.

    • sheila owens
      Posted December 1, 2017 at 4:55 pm | Permalink

      What was the comment Yvonne, please let me know. I feel so sad loosing David but also feel sad at the life he led recently. Please get back to me Yvonne.
      Thank you
      Sheila (from Scotland)

      • Yvonne Sheridan
        Posted December 1, 2017 at 7:33 pm | Permalink

        Websites are selling David Cassidy RIP t-shirts with DOB and DOD and all sorts of fake memorabilia it is ridiculous. Sue has requested on facebook to pass any sites we come across to send them to her.
        Yvonne from Scotland.

  119. barbara
    Posted November 30, 2017 at 7:09 pm | Permalink

    when i listened to Craig`s interview, it did give an insight to how David`s health had deteriorated , how tired he really had become and out of breath when recording in Chicago earlier this year, so sad he is not with us anymore, playing his songs and watching his videos, does still make me smile, and thank, we had such a man as David with a great talent who gave me such joy and still does, he is with me in his songs, which i find a great comfort in, and being able to pay tribute on his website, helps to give you a chance to put your feelings into words, sometimes i cannot believe he is not with us, i do remember David more in his younger days and early 2000s when he toured a great deal, this is how i remember him, he may have gone to the angels in the sky but he will never be forgotten.

  120. Denice Kirth
    Posted November 30, 2017 at 7:13 pm | Permalink

    Yes Yvonne that is terrible, David would be very hurt,he gave good from his heart,can’t people just return the love David gave. That is why I think he didn’t want to pose for pics or do the authograps , and I read somewhere his Florida home is rented for a three night stay with his memrabillia, sick sick have heart pass it on to his children.

    • barbara
      Posted November 30, 2017 at 8:01 pm | Permalink

      the home that s being rented out was sold in the bankruptcy david filed for and where he and sue lived not his home where he died.

  121. Yvonne Sheridan
    Posted November 30, 2017 at 7:57 pm | Permalink

    I have just found a website david cassidy|
    m.ebay.ie>sch selling RIP T SHIRTS 14.70 EUROS.
    This is not acceptable these people need to be sued,I hope this is of some help.

    • Yvonne Sheridan
      Posted November 30, 2017 at 7:59 pm | Permalink

      Sorry the website is david cassidy|ebay and then the rest sorry for any confusion.hhpp

  122. Christine
    Posted November 30, 2017 at 7:59 pm | Permalink

    Dear Fellow Fans,

    I hope you read the important message Sue Shifrin put out for us fans…..they are selling David’s unauthorized memorabilia online through Facebook. But I would like to add that Amazon although they are a fine company, are carrying retailers that sell David’s biographies for a kings ransom. As much as $ 2,379,89 New or Used. This is making an unfair profit off of David’s fans and his memory. You can see the retailers involved on Amazon. Please lets all work together so that all of David’s fans can enjoy what he has written, produced and or created without being taken advantage of…..thank you

    All my Love to David’s Family

  123. barbara
    Posted November 30, 2017 at 8:29 pm | Permalink

    found this website etsy.com selling rest in peace david Cassidy t-shirts, along with legit cds etc.

    • Jan B
      Posted November 30, 2017 at 10:17 pm | Permalink

      That is such bad taste and quite honestly, we are in the main, middle aged and not only parents but grandparents as well.
      I could not comprehend that any David Cassidy fan would want to wear something like that. These merchandisers are greedy opportunists, who want to cash in when people are feeling emotional, but the ones who buy the stuff are as bad.
      If people didn’t purchase the stuff there would be no market for them.

  124. Tricia
    Posted November 30, 2017 at 9:37 pm | Permalink

    Does anyone know if there was a private memorial service for him? I read somewhere where they were supposed to have one in L.A. , but I haven’t heard anything afterwards.

  125. Denice Kirth
    Posted November 30, 2017 at 10:42 pm | Permalink

    I know that Barbara, I read memorablia also. So sad we loved David, and our soveners of David are right there in our hearts, everyone should be helping the family, the Cassidy’s are wonderful people, Sue Shifrin did so so much. Let the Cassidy family have what they deserve. David would wanted Katie and Beau looked after. David had trouble s and life comes with it, why take of something that is not yours. Us fans care. Thank you Margaret, I got the message from you to me, I did my prayers during that hour, David passed over into his life now in eternity. You are a special fan, and you always let us know what was important, thank you mother hen, may we all heal together.

    • barbara
      Posted December 1, 2017 at 8:54 am | Permalink

      i feel a lot better now and not so grief stricken, i have david`s music and he will always be with me, but nasty comments from people do not help grief so my last words are r.i.p. david, i shall never forget him, and i will never get so involved on the web into stars lives, when i watch on the news on tv that someone famous has passed i will think to myself they were a good actor/singer etc, i feel being interactive on the web has made the grief worse, everyone wants to put there thoughts down, and so they should. with respect.

  126. Kelly
    Posted November 30, 2017 at 11:20 pm | Permalink

    One thing about David that I love, and I know that many other fans love, is his laugh. I have read many online comments from fans, saying that David’s laugh is so cute, unique, and infectious. I don’t know of anybody else who’s laugh even sounds remotely like David’s. On YouTube, there is a video that features bloopers from The Partridge Family, and there’s a cute scene where David comes skipping into the bedroom where Shirley Jones and Susan Dey are. He says, “Mom!” and then you hear that adorable David Cassidy giggle. Just hearing that laugh makes me feel good. They say that laughter is the very best medicine, and I believe that to be true. David had such a sunny and happy personality that it’s hard to not feel good when you hear him laugh.

    • Judy A
      Posted December 1, 2017 at 9:36 am | Permalink

      Loved that laugh of his!

    • Astrid
      Posted December 8, 2017 at 10:27 pm | Permalink

      so true

  127. Paul
    Posted December 1, 2017 at 12:41 am | Permalink

    For someone who followed Van Halen, hard rock and heavy metal, I have to say this guy was a mega talent. This guy was the American Idol and these people on TV or wannabes that are trying to be something they are not, some contrived act that will only last 5minutes.
    I started kindergarten in 73 and I remember all those Partridge family lunchboxes that the girls brought in. That guy was all over the place as we were growing up. Mega talent, big star. He should go into rock n roll hall of fame. God bless DC you were a true artist for the people and always gave your all.

    • Tricia
      Posted December 1, 2017 at 9:29 pm | Permalink

      Paul, thanks for your comment. It is sure nice to hear that somebody with your tastes in music acknowledge the great talent David had. David was huge, but unfortunately nobody seemed to take him seriously because of his “teen idol” label. But I’m telling you, just listening to “David Cassidy” the cd, and so many other great albums he certainly was a “mega talent” like you mentioned. IMO the most underrated artist of all time. AND yes he should be in the rock n roll HOA!!

  128. Eileen Brown
    Posted December 1, 2017 at 1:27 am | Permalink

    The Partridge Family aired the year after I was born, but I became a fan through the reruns when I was old enough to watch the show or remember it anyway and still a fan later years in life. I remember watching the show when I was what, 5, and yes David was my favorite 🙂. The song “I think I love you” has been stuck in my head since he passed away….I guess its better than “Come in Eileen” being stuck in my head lol.

    I remember on my 21st Birthday (11/20/90) David was promoting his 1st album in 18 years with the song, Lyin’ to myself. I was living in Florida at the time, he was on a local radio station and I called in. I don’t remember exactly everything we talked about but I do remember he had such great energy And his laugh, I loved his laugh. And how sweet and funny he was to me during that call and for him to wish me a happy Birthday was the highlight of my day. I will never forget that or his kindness. I wish sometime in my life I could have met him in person and thank him for that day. But today, all I can do is pray for peace and comfort for David’s family. I am extremely sad that he passed away.

    I’m so sorry people are trying to bank off David and his legacy.

  129. James F Pearl
    Posted December 1, 2017 at 4:00 am | Permalink

    David Bruce Cassidy music and performances gave us that heaven here on earth feeling in our hearts. In one of Bruce Springsteen songs he asks the question “I want to know if love is real? Hearing David”s voice, that question gets answered because you heard the love and it was real when he sang to us. Respectfully, Jim Pearl

  130. Marisa Dovery Uk
    Posted December 1, 2017 at 6:43 am | Permalink

    You were my first love. I had your face on my t shirt.
    Your beautiful hand some face. Rest in peace dear David.
    Your songsve will bring joy for ever.

  131. Claire Ronan
    Posted December 1, 2017 at 11:26 am | Permalink

    The most important thing any fan of David’s can do for now, is not to buy anything that hasn’t been authorised, and to let this website know if they come across anything for sale that doesn’t seem right.

  132. Sheila
    Posted December 1, 2017 at 11:55 am | Permalink

    David Cassidy .. where to start.
    I was lucky enough to be born in 1956 and be the perfect age of 13 when David first appeared on screen. David was my first love, he has been in my heart and in my life for 47 years. The teenage bedroom walls plastered with posters and magazine pages may have gone, but his music is with me every single day. He helped me through some extremely tough years, his smile, his voice, his magic … there will never be another David.
    The news he had lost his fight devastated me as it did so many fans, my heart broke, and then a piece of it went with him.
    I hope he knew how truly and deeply loved he was as the thousands of comments shared have shown.
    I will love him forever, he will be in our hearts forever, and I know now he’s free from earths constraints, he’s flying high, a truly beautiful soul making heaven an even more beautiful place.
    RIP David .. I’ll continue to be a Daydreamer .. dreaming of the day when we all catch up with you again and can tell you in person what an amazing difference you made and will continue making to our lives. Love you xxx

    • Posted December 6, 2017 at 7:44 pm | Permalink

      Awww, what a beautiful comment you left here, dear Sheila!! It´s amazing the amount of friendship and love David can generate even now. Take care. Big hug ♥

  133. Denice Kirth
    Posted December 1, 2017 at 3:10 pm | Permalink

    Hi Felicia, got your first letter, thank you, It’s been a very difficult time, I played David’s music yesterday, his voice and songs did cheer me up. He left us so much. I want to wish a happy birthday to Tabby, may she have a wonderful 20 birthday. And may your day be wonderful also. We are all fans, and we loved David, may God give us the strength to understand.

  134. Posted December 1, 2017 at 4:19 pm | Permalink

    Dear Denice,
    Your post made my day! I was looking for a
    sign today that something good was going to
    happen in my life today. Then I read your post
    and it cheered me up! It was heart felt and authentic.
    I got my weekly People magazine in the mail
    yesterday, they did a beautiful article on David.
    It was so touching! You should get the second
    letter I wrote you by Monday. May we all
    heal a little bit more each day! God bless!
    Denice have a great weekend!

  135. Denice Kirth
    Posted December 1, 2017 at 4:52 pm | Permalink

    Felicia, I’m glad I cheered you up, I feel better myself reading your post, thanks for telling me about people magazine, I’m going to go get one, I’m sure they did a nice tribute to David. It’s Tabby’s day, you enjoy, we had nice weather Here, surprisingly, hope your weather is nice. You should get my letter tommorow.from me to you, these letters are not what I thought we would be trying to heal. Thank you for a solid friendship.

  136. barbara
    Posted December 1, 2017 at 5:23 pm | Permalink

    i have just done a lovely free download of david singing sweet little angel, made me smile, very sad you will not be here Christmas, I did make you a xmas video but I have deleted everything now as you david won`t see it,

  137. Elke
    Posted December 1, 2017 at 6:27 pm | Permalink

    The question of death – whats happen with David and our loved dead ones now… the Bible gives the answer: (I can’t say it in english-words so well, but my english Bible can…)

    “For the living know that they will die, but the dead know nothing, and they have no more reward; but the memory of them is lost. Their love and their hate and their envy have already perished, and they have no more for ever any share in all that is done under the sun.”
    (Ecclesiastes 9, 5+6)

    The Bible calls the death = sleep

    “But we would not have you ignorant, brethren, concerning those who are asleep, that you may not grieve as others do who have no hope. For since we believe that Jesus died and rose again, even so, through Jesus, God will bring with him those who have fallen asleep… For the Lord himself will descend from heaven with a cry of command, with the archangel’s call, and with the sound of the trumpet of God. And the dead in Christ will rise first; then we who are alive, who are left, shall be caught up together with them in the cloud to meet the Lord in the air; and so will shall always be with the Lord. Therefore comfort one another with these word.”
    (1. Thess. 4, 13-18)

    Because Jesus died for us, we can have this hope an believe in Him!

    Love, Elke

    • Gioconda pachay
      Posted December 3, 2017 at 12:56 am | Permalink

      Yes. And We will be with David again.

    • Sue
      Posted December 4, 2017 at 11:50 pm | Permalink

      Thank you Elke for sharing God’s word of peace with all of us . May David forever rest in peace with his loving Father in heaven Amen come Lord Jesus! Peace be with you Elke, take care Sue

      • Elke
        Posted December 5, 2017 at 10:32 pm | Permalink

        Thank you, Sue and Gioconda!
        God be with you both too! I enjoyed your reply very much!
        God bless you, Elke

  138. Denice Kirth
    Posted December 1, 2017 at 7:48 pm | Permalink

    Felicia I got the people magazine and also the magazine closer did a tribute, the clerk did not have them out yet, but she took the time to search if new ones came in, and they did, me and her had a nice talk she was alot younger than me, but she knew who he was and what he represented. I told her it was hard for me to get them, as a tear started, I shared a story about David, and she said o that is nice and she really thanked me. You can tell when someone you meet for the first time is compassionate. Barbara glad to see you back, I would love to see the video you made. David knew we would all be together as fans.

  139. Posted December 1, 2017 at 7:48 pm | Permalink

    Link to …
    Danny Bonaduce remembers David Cassidy …

    • Mary Wrigley
      Posted December 2, 2017 at 1:04 pm | Permalink

      Thanks for this link. I am grateful hearing the memories from those closest to David at this difficult time for fans.

  140. Posted December 1, 2017 at 8:24 pm | Permalink

    He’s with his beloved mom Evelyn now in Heaven …
    David Cassidy – Mother & Child Reunion …

    RIP David & Mom

  141. Posted December 2, 2017 at 1:36 pm | Permalink

    Good morning Denice,
    I started letter number 3 today. I could not find
    the Closer magazine in the supermarket. I enjoyed
    your last text. It is a new day, praise God! I plan on
    having a nice weekend. Just reaching out to say
    hello. We will slowly but surely heal by the grace of
    God from the hard blow of losing David. His new
    life has started in Heaven. So it’s a new beginning
    for everyone. I am so grateful for this website.
    It is a wonderful thing. Denice you take care,
    enjoy your weekend!

  142. Tricia
    Posted December 2, 2017 at 8:25 pm | Permalink

    Thank you Joanne. That was very helpful. His music is something I cherish so much. It has helped me work through this. It made me happy back when I was 12 and it will make me happy for the rest of my life. Listening to “Cry” and Ain’t No Sunshine from his Then and Now CD, and I am in love with his mature voice. It brought goose bumps and a huge smile to my face. I am so grateful he graced this earth. The world was very very lucky and now we are grateful that he left us so so much of his art to enjoy for the rest of our lives. Thank you David! I love you from the bottom of my heart.

  143. Tricia
    Posted December 2, 2017 at 8:57 pm | Permalink

    I just had to post this. I just got my PF DVD set. I have to say, when I learned it was delivered, it hit me in the gut, and I wasn’t sure if I was ready to watch it, but I decided
    to be brave and watch. Oh I am so glad I did! It brought back great memories from my past and David is so beautiful! I am so enjoying this. It was a great purchase. Thank you David!

  144. Becky Jantz
    Posted December 2, 2017 at 10:16 pm | Permalink

    I REMEBER WATCHING THE PARTRIDGE FAMILY when I was a teenager David was my favorite and I loved his music R.I.P

  145. Gioconda pachay
    Posted December 3, 2017 at 12:53 am | Permalink

    I loved David Cassidy so much and I will always miss him. I know he will always be watching us, all those that loved him sincerely, and we will see him again.

  146. Christine
    Posted December 3, 2017 at 1:16 am | Permalink

    Dear David’s Family,

    I hope you have a peaceful holiday as you move forward during this difficult time ,even though I was too young to remember the start of his career I fell in love with him later on in my childhood and Shaun Cassidy was then my teen idol later on. I admire your talented family and the tremendous strength you have shown. I promise you that David will never be forgotten, as he is that shining star in heaven looking down on us all.

    I Love You Always David xoxoxo

  147. Eileen Bishop
    Posted December 3, 2017 at 8:52 am | Permalink

    I never post on these pages…but felt very saddened since his passing..im so sorry for your loss.!…he was my little girl idol../ teen idol….my childhood…being 5 or 6 when partridge family came out..he always felt like a distant family member…still love his music …yes a shining star truly went out when he passed..along part

  148. Eileen Bishop
    Posted December 3, 2017 at 9:06 am | Permalink

    Of my childhood gone..loved and missed always always a fan…David cassidy Rip

  149. Janis
    Posted December 3, 2017 at 4:13 pm | Permalink

    My heart will not stop hurting I will miss David forever

  150. Kelly
    Posted December 3, 2017 at 8:15 pm | Permalink

    I’m feeling somewhat better now, and the shock of David’s death is slowly wearing off, but I know it will be awhile before the initial sadness is gone. As I mentioned before the sadness will always linger, but depending on how the grief is dealt with, it will be different for everybody.

    I mentioned in an earlier post that my Dad is in poor health and is in hospice care. An older cousin of mine has come down from Smith River, CA to help my Mom and me take care of him. She used to work in a nursing home, so she knows a thing or two about caring for the elderly. Having her here has been a blessing. My Mom and Dad’s 53rd wedding anniversary is December 5th, and we’re all pretty sure it may be the last wedding anniversary he will ever see. It might also be the last Christmas he sees, too. I’m trying hard to get into the Christmas spirit, but I’m just not feeling it. It’s bad enough that the world just lost David Cassidy, and now my Dad is dying. I’m trying to be cheerful while my cousin is here, and not be a Gloomy Gus, but it’s hard to be cheerful when your heart is broken. There are times when we’re all sharing funny stories and laughing together, and that helps ease the sadness, but it’s just a ver time right now after David Cassidy’s recent death, and with my Dad in his final days.

    I know things will get better, but it just takes time. Keeping family close and having a strong faith in God is very helpful. I hope everybody else will have a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. It’s a sad time right now, but I know we can all get through this.

  151. Posted December 4, 2017 at 3:49 am | Permalink

    Jimmy Stewart is on TV as I type this … they are playing an old episode of The Tonight Show -Starring Johnny Carson. I just recently was reading an interview with David from back when he was in the role in the musical TIME (in the 1980s) on the stage in Britain (taking over the role from original actor/singer Cliff Richard) … Here’s what David said …
    ‘If you ask me who I’d most like to be … well, I’d really most like to be myself, and after that Jimmy Stewart. He’s the best American actor, both in serious and comic drama. ‘
    … with Christmas approaching it makes me think that it would have been nice if David had gotten the chance to do a remake of “It’s A Wonderful Life” during his career as an actor.

    But I thought I’d mention that … Jimmy Stewart loved music and playing the piano (he actually got his start in entertainment singing and playing the accordion). Who knows, maybe if James Stewart could have been anyone else he would have wanted to have been David.

    Anyway … This Christmas, David can spend it making music with the other person he would have most wanted to be … if he could have been another person … Jimmy Stewart.

    … David & Jimmy … Enjoy Tickling the Ivories together in Heaven

  152. Web Team
    Posted December 4, 2017 at 7:50 am | Permalink

    The most beautiful rendition of Blue Christmas imaginable is sung by a Partridge in a pear tree:
    Sleep in heavenly peace, David Cassidy.

    For the Cassidy family this will be a blue Christmas, indeed; but let’s all heed David’s last words and waste no time mitigating this tragedy with triumph – please take this opportunity to spread a miraculous message of Phoenix-like rebirth:
    Don’t take your organs to heaven – Heaven knows we need them here!
    In this season of giving, please consider becoming an organ donor!

    David was hoping for a liver transplant when he died.
    Each day an average of 20 people die waiting for an organ to become available .
    Every 10 minutes someone is added to the National transplant waiting list.
    One donor can save up to 8 lives. YOU can save up to 8 lives!

    Never have I been so grateful for the gift of life, defying all odds now 23 years post kidney transplant; and for the gift of life without diabetes, now 16 years post pancreas transplant, thanks to the generosity of two complete strangers who gave me the opportunity to defy death and live to make them proud. I can’t begin to express my gratitude… and sorrow that others are not as fortunate.

    For everyone feeling the loss of David Cassidy, may visions of sugarplums dance in your heads again going forward.
    Warm holiday wishes,

    Sam Madden
    Phoenix, AZ
    America’s first totally blind rodeo queen & horse show champion,
    klutzy cowgirl: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nkYR2XXnNzk
    & bumbling ballerina: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oYM18QQ6rPE
    Hope that brought a bit of Christmas cheer to everyone. Like David, I love making people laugh. Come on, get happy!

  153. Claire Ronan
    Posted December 4, 2017 at 11:33 am | Permalink

    Wonderful horse riding, Sam!!

  154. Gabriele Ulbricht
    Posted December 4, 2017 at 5:54 pm | Permalink

    I loved to watch the Partrige Family and hear songs from David – he was my first idol when I was a teenager in the 70s. I agree with many others: a part of the youth has gone. I’m very sad. R.I.P.. I miss you David. God bless you and your family.

  155. Col
    Posted December 4, 2017 at 5:55 pm | Permalink

    I will CHERISH you forever. Heartbroken.
    You were my first love at the age of 10 in 1972.
    You will always be in my thoughts and my heart.
    I loved The Partridge Family.
    My bedroom walls were covered in your posters.
    Didn’t get to see you in concert until 2001, I was so excited, you didn’t disappoint. It was fantastic I will NEVER forget it.
    I went to see you 7 more times. RIP David Cassidy I will love you forever.xxxx

  156. Nicola Hillary
    Posted December 4, 2017 at 11:56 pm | Permalink

    I am still mourning the loss of my first love. It feels like I’ve lost a member of my own family. From the moment I first set eyes on David I fell in love. I was one of the girls who begged their dads to take them to Heathrow Queens Building to see him and scream at his concert in Wembley Stadium. I couldn’t talk properly for a week afterwards but it was worth it. Going

  157. Jocelyne Bouthillett
    Posted December 5, 2017 at 1:40 am | Permalink

    I’m here just to say a final goodbye to David. Tomorrow will be 2 weeks. They have been hard knowing he is not around anymore. I don’t cry much but this time I cried every day specially the night he left us. I have been a fan since I was 13 and I am 59. He truly was my first love and brought joy and love in my life. I know he did not have it easy. I have read his books. I hope he is happy now. He surely deserve it. He gave his life to his fans and the people he loved. That is how David was. Life is just not the same. I hope that those who are taking advantage of the situation are hurting those that truly cared about him. I would give anything to have him back even for a moment. RIP my beautiful David. I’ve always love you and will continue till the end. I’ll keep dreaming out loud because you are a part of my heart forever xoxoxoxo

  158. Michelle Donnellon
    Posted December 5, 2017 at 3:46 am | Permalink

    David Cassidy WAS my childhood. I remember fondly how much I loved the Partridge Family , had every album; I was 6 or 7 then it premiered on my birthday…….jeez that never leaves you. I followed him through out his career-following every bad and good part–I think I just didn’t care like everyone else.i wanted to see him! When you are a little kid in the 70’s —never have seen him-jeez-it was bucket list for me….crazy, I know…but, finally did see him in 2009…he was great…ugh…devastated that he is gone. BUT, listening to fave song “Summer Days”….He was TRULY THE BEST!!!!!

  159. Posted December 5, 2017 at 6:01 pm | Permalink

    I feel so broken, so sad! But I keep reading the
    uplifting messages that the fans post, and it
    makes my day. So many people loved David, he
    left his mark on society. The world is a better
    place because of David Cassidy! Hi Denice, got
    your letter and info. yesterday. I am not doing
    so well, I wish I felt better, have a lot of anxiety.
    Thank you for the letter and all the information
    on David. You are so uplifting. You take care
    my friend.

  160. Claire Ronan
    Posted December 5, 2017 at 6:37 pm | Permalink

    The other part of David’s life which was very important to him was his horses and breeding his race horses. He knew everything equine. He could remember every horse and its lineage. Each August he stayed with a horse vet and his wife near the race track at Saratoga Springs. I am blessed he saw me with my beloved horses, Riot, Tabby, Pinky and Henry, before he died.

  161. Claire Ronan
    Posted December 5, 2017 at 7:04 pm | Permalink

    At the end of Craig, David’s record producer and friends’ radio interview on David’s face book page, we hear a brief snatch of David’s last recording – ‘Songs my father Taught me.’ David sings BB Kings ‘Sweet Little Angel’ and plays guitar. It’s very impressive David was able to play his guitar – Black Knife Stratocaster – as he suffered such bad arthritis in his hands and fingers he said playing guitar had become an ordeal. However, despite this, he was determined to carry on. I admire him for his spirit. And he plays his guitar very well!!!

  162. Leihsia Chen
    Posted December 5, 2017 at 10:58 pm | Permalink

    I am still so sad over David’s untimely passing. Will play the Partridge Family Christmas album over the holidays in his memory. I am so, so glad I went to see him at his Farewell concert at BB Kings in March. After the concert, I waited outside the stage door for him to emerge, just to say “Thank You,” for all his work, but it was so, so cold I just went home. No other celebrity brings back memories of the early 70’s the way David does. When I was in 7th grade, Mom drove us to Catholic school- St. Paschal’s. On the way there, we had a long stop light in front of an Army hospital. There would be flatbed trucks with coffins piled on top of young men who had died in the Vietnam War. Mom would get so upset, she would rev up the motor and cuss. At the first boy-girl party I attended, at age 13, (though I was not very popular with boys at that time), they played the Partridge Family hits, along with some R & B songs. Mom, being a feminist a little ahead of her time, didn’t want my sisters and me to put up posters of “teen idols” in our bedrooms – “teenage girls should develop their own interests and not be silly about boys”- soooo, we put David’s head shots up in the attic. I remember going to our small town drugstore and reading 16 magazine and Tiger Beat there. David was so beautiful, and I found out later, so kind and decent as a human being. Much love to David’s family and close friends, Leihsia

  163. Ann Marie
    Posted December 6, 2017 at 1:22 am | Permalink

    I don’t know if this has been mentioned (because this thread is so long), but did anyone hear about the song “I Wanna Be David Cassidy” by Ken Sharp. You can get it on iTunes. It benefits the Alzheimer’s Association. I bought it on iTunes in honor of David.

  164. barbara
    Posted December 6, 2017 at 8:45 pm | Permalink

    listening to David`s songs has helped me get through David`s passing, i have read about organ donor, i wondered if any of his family were a match, or maybe he was passed the process of receiving an organ in time, as he was so poorly at the end, he is with me in song, and i`m sure up there in heaven having a ball with other musicians who have passed,.

  165. Denice Kirth
    Posted December 7, 2017 at 1:19 am | Permalink

    Hi Felicia, hope you are doing much better. I took some time just to reflect. After my conversation with clerk who helped me with the people and closer magazine about David, last Friday, I was driving home and in a small cloud was a rainbow,red,light yellow and blue. My friend Michael said that is a sign from David. The clerk at the store liked David, and she new I was emotionally upset during our talk, and she was just so caring, and thanked me for sharing my David Cassidy story, I also told her about my friendship with you Felicia. And about this website how we all been helping eachother, she said that is wonderful. I believe in God, I have to trust in him, and David is happy and at peace. It’s not easy, we must heal and enjoy all that David left for us. David left us with his website, and only a David Cassidy fan, can understand another David Cassidy fan. All the posts bring back good memories of great stories, somehow we all relate and agree. David Cassidy was the star to keep your eye on. Now he is a star in the sky.

  166. Denice Kirth
    Posted December 7, 2017 at 1:33 am | Permalink

    Leilsia, I liked your story,glad you got to see his last concert, ya back in the day to today, there was nothing silly about David Cassidy, I tried to explain,at times in the past and present to people, David Cassidy is worldwide , and loved, I think we all went to drugstore to see the latest on David and what tiger beat issue had on David. I think people thought he would come and go. I knew he was forever. I played the record could it be forever,till the needle wore out on my record player, we were fans David Cassidy fans together and forever.

  167. Posted December 7, 2017 at 9:23 am | Permalink

    Hi Denice!
    I was touched by your post. I am in the process
    of writing you a long letter. I see a trend where
    fans are coming to terms with David Cassidy’s
    death. Everybody is paying tribute to him with
    their memories of him. I remember so clearly
    seeing David in concert on June 25, 2016 in
    New Jersey. He told the audience there were
    ple at the concert who he went to elementary
    school with. He sang I think I love you for his
    last song, everybody rushed the stage . He
    started shaking hands with the fans. I did not get
    to shake his hand but I did touch his hand. That
    was a great moment to be so close to him. He

    left his mark on society. The world is a better

  168. barbara
    Posted December 7, 2017 at 11:14 am | Permalink

    it has been very nice making my tribute to david whilst i can, because one day this website won`t be here, i read he left what assets he had left to beau and nothing to his daughter, r.i.p

  169. Claire Ronan
    Posted December 7, 2017 at 12:13 pm | Permalink

    This is correct, I believe, but don’t forget David was estranged from his daughter whenever he wrote his will. But Katie was at his bedside when David died, so they must have made peace with one another.

  170. Sophia Jan
    Posted December 7, 2017 at 1:46 pm | Permalink

    Miss you so very much, David. The world is a much darker, lonelier place. without You. You will always live inside my heart , from now til eternity. R.I.P. David Bruce Cassidy. Will always hold you in my heart. God bless, All my love, Sophie.

  171. Denice Kirth
    Posted December 7, 2017 at 3:45 pm | Permalink

    Hi Felicia, good morning, nice to hear from you, I’m glad you saw him in 2016, you got close and a touch, I was at the June 4, concert 2016, imagine we were not friends than, I wish we were, I had two front row seats in the middle, I gave one to my sister, other two seats few rows back for my friends Bob and Michael. I made a collage of pictures of all the times I met David, not huge, cause I kept it close, I did not even try to see him again, I wanted that time and chance for someone else. When David came out there was excitement, and his beautiful smile, and his one and only voice could be heard. He sang right by me and my sister, my sister had someone behind take a pic, I have my last memory, I did not show David my collage yet. Sometime into the show, girls around us said show him, I picked the right moment and approached the stage closer, I was right there, he looked and backed up, you could see that bright lights bothered him, and the band played music lightly and David said to me: it is nice you brought pictures of you and I , this is something we do back stage and I said I just want to thank you, and I threw him a kiss. I’m glad I did thank him in person for all the memories I have. The show was great, do I have a regret, not going backstage no, the only regret I have is not attending David’s concert in 2013, at lakeside Ohio. I wanted to go,but instead went to Erie. I should of just went. But I meet David many times in person, took pics with me had wonderful conversations and moments, and I have two autographs, from my favorite star, who is everyone’s favorite star. Even if I never met David Cassidy I would of been a lifetime fan, he was real, his kindness and hard work will never be forgotten, us fans remained loyal and he knew that. Each fan here has a David Cassidy story, and we all relate to. I’m so glad we are all here together. Arcelia hi to you, and hope you are doing well. Claire I liked your story, did you get to talk to David much at the track? Nice you got to see him happy with the horses. My thoughts and prayers are still with his family. Katie and Beau especially, love to yous.

    • Yvonne Sheridan
      Posted December 7, 2017 at 4:50 pm | Permalink

      Hi Denice, loved your story made me smile,thank you Yvonne.

  172. Claire Ronan
    Posted December 7, 2017 at 3:54 pm | Permalink

    Denise – No, although I share with him a love of horses, I only met David once. Unfortunately a fight broke out among some fans right behind me, which he then had to sort out. I think eventually he did manage to smooth things over. He thought it was quite funny.
    Barbara – I worked in the theatre for many years front-of-house. Performers always want to perform and carry on no matter what!!! Yes, David’s last performances were different, but he none-the-less put a lot into them and his personality shined through!!

  173. Denice Kirth
    Posted December 7, 2017 at 3:55 pm | Permalink

    Katie is a wonderful girl, she was there in the end, she will live a beautiful life, her inner beauty is what counts. Earthly things come and go, she can’t help how things went, it is never the children’s fault. There’s going to be a new generation of Cassidy’s one day, and I hope they all have happiness and a blessed life on earth and all the good David did will be remembered.

  174. Denice Kirth
    Posted December 7, 2017 at 4:03 pm | Permalink

    Hi Claire, thanks for your post, I have one horse,all horse people are the best. You mean a fight broke out over David? He had to fix the fight? I’m sorry I just can’t picture , but you just got to see him? You sound like a nice lady, and a busy lady, horses are worth all our love, you lucky girl.

  175. Claire Ronan
    Posted December 7, 2017 at 4:18 pm | Permalink

    Denice – Yes, the fight broke out over David. It was back stage in London at the Dominion Theatre where David was appearing in the ‘Time’ musical. It was a meet and greet session with fans following the show. David was signing posters and his fans were queuing up. He’d just asked me if I’d enjoyed the show, I’d just replied when two fans behind me began to fight. David said, ‘Ladies! Ladies!’ The last I saw he had managed to smooth things over.

  176. Claire Ronan
    Posted December 7, 2017 at 4:35 pm | Permalink

    David thought these fans fighting over him was funny. But I didn’t! They had spoilt my magic moment!

  177. Denice Kirth
    Posted December 7, 2017 at 7:37 pm | Permalink

    Claire I feel bad for you, he put his attention on you and someone else took it., at least you got those moments, thanks for telling me more, cause I thought this was at the race track, so you live in London, David last concerts, he gave all,and now knowing what he was going through, he came through and gave us fans a remembrance to treasure. I just took in every moment of his last concert I was at June 4-16. I still see his smile when he came on stage, and the beautiful goodbye. I took it seriously this last time, he just had messes he never meant for things to go badly. David kept alot inside, but he was honest with us fans on so much, we related, we respected and we cared and loved him. Just keep that happy moment Claire of David even if it was short. So nice of you to tell your DC story. Really helps to know we can talk with eachother, sometimes your own family doesn’t understand the David Cassidy impact and all the happiness us fans got from him. Hi Felicia, I will wait for your letters, and I am in process for one for you. Your friendship has meant the world to me. I would feel so alone if I didn’t come on this warm loving website. All fans , each post is special and has special meaning, you will always be a David Cassidy fan.

  178. Denice Kirth
    Posted December 7, 2017 at 7:47 pm | Permalink

    Yvonne, thank you, I was thinking of you and hoping you are doing better. I loved your posts from the beginning, how your Dad took you,and you got concert tickets in your early teens. You have two nice remembrances, your Dad s love to give you a beautiful gift, and he knew how you wanted to be there, and you got to see David in those early times. And you have been a very dedicated fan to David throughout the years. You are millions miles away, yet you are close and we are all here together. You a very special Yvonne.

  179. Margaret Staadt
    Posted December 7, 2017 at 8:25 pm | Permalink

    I never got to meet David, as many of you know, but I had a weird dream last night that included him. I almost never remember my dreams.

    In the dream, I was walking along a sidewalk somewhere with a friend. I happened upon David and stopped when I approached him. He gave me a really, really long tight hug, touching the back of my head with one hand. No words were spoken at all. It was so sincere. I must stress that it was a very, very long, heartfelt hug. After I walked on and joined my friend, it occurred to me that I was fat and that David didn’t care. No words were spoken then by anybody either.

    Dreams are silly, but I thought I’d share this since it was about David. I don’t think he even knew my name.

    RIP, our dear David.

  180. Mary Wrigley
    Posted December 7, 2017 at 8:27 pm | Permalink

    This is too weird we even have privilege to this stuff, don’t you think. Such private information. How did this get into the press anyway? We’ll never know if he had arrangements with the mom in the years before. Even with people I know directly, this info should have been kept private. I wouldn’t want the wishes of my will being shared. Would any of us really? The person isn’t even here to explain the “whos and whats” of that document nor should they have to go into details to millions of us. Just very creepy. I feel it’s an invasion of privacy for the family. Isn’t the grieving process enough without money issues? Whoever released that should be taken to task. David’s memorial hasn’t even been held. It just feel wrong all the way.

    • Judy A
      Posted December 7, 2017 at 9:26 pm | Permalink

      I felt very uncomfortable seeing this in the press and being discussed on UK breakfast TV – a private matter for the family.

      • Jan B
        Posted December 7, 2017 at 10:48 pm | Permalink

        I agree, the document is a private matter and should not have been published. I’m sure David wouldn’t have wished for it to be made public.
        No one else’s business quite frankly but it has given people the green light to voice their opinions and comments.
        RIP David Cassidy

  181. Denice Kirth
    Posted December 7, 2017 at 8:59 pm | Permalink

    Margaret you post was cute, never say a dream is silly, maybe David really was there, he knew you were a true fan. Thanks for sharing,

    • Margaret Staadt
      Posted December 7, 2017 at 9:20 pm | Permalink

      For what is going on in my personal life, the timing of a hug from him, whether real or imagined, was certainly right! lol

      • Kelly
        Posted December 8, 2017 at 12:38 am | Permalink

        I had a dream about David last night, too. My Mom and Dad and I were at a family gathering at my cousin”s house and David was there. What was strange about this dream was that it took place in this year, but David was still in his early twenties, and he was still wearing his Keith Partridge haircut and was dressed like Keith. In real life, David is much older than I am, but in this dream, I was older than he was. I remember in the dream, I was excited to be meeting David, and he was so nice to me! It was really kind of disappointing to wake up and find out that it was just a dream and not the real thing. I wish I could have met David for real. When he looked at me and took my hand in his while he sang, “No Bridge I Wouldn’t Cross” in concert, that was the closest I ever came to meeting him. I just wish that I could have actually met him, but it wasn’t meant to be.

        • Margaret
          Posted December 8, 2017 at 5:41 am | Permalink


          We can’t know whether or not dreams are products of our minds, but I’ve read about some NDE’s (near death experiences) where the person who died and came back to life said that people are asked when they cross over (and don’t come back) what age they want to appear. I wouldn’t be surprised if David chose to appear in his early 20s with the famous haircut, even though 31 was said to be the popular age choice up there! Was David dressed like Super Fly? lol

          • Kelly
            Posted December 8, 2017 at 8:12 am | Permalink

            Hi, Margaret.
            No, David was dressed pretty much like he was on The Partridge Family – form-fitting shirt that buttoned down the front with a couple of the top buttons undone, tight-fitting bell-bottoms jeans, boots, and his puka shell necklace. I guess he looked that way in my dream because that’s how I remember him the most.

            Just the other night, I found a David Cassidy concert video from 1985, and David had blonde hair and he was dressed in a total 80’s getup, including a belly shirt. I understand those shirts were popular for men back in the 80’s, and then later in the 90’s, they were popular for women like Shania Twain. As much as I love David’s Keith Partridge look, I’m really kind of surprised he wasn’t looking like he did back in the 80’s in my dream. That was a pretty sexy look, too. Oh, well, he was adorable, no matter how he dressed or wore his hair.

        • Posted December 8, 2017 at 5:01 pm | Permalink

          I also had a dream. It was two nights after David was gone. He came and visited me all wrapped in an awesome beautiful white light (it was a mix of all his ages) and that light came right straight into my heart. He was there for a short time and then he slowly left me. That light look like is still there so close to me and that gives me some real comfort.

  182. Tricia
    Posted December 7, 2017 at 9:50 pm | Permalink


    The above was posted on Facebook. There is a tribute single honoring David with all profits going to the Alzheimer’s Foundation.

    It is a beautiful tribute to him. As most of you know he wanted to educate people dementia/Alzheimer’s disease.

  183. Claire Ronan
    Posted December 7, 2017 at 10:17 pm | Permalink

    Where David’s daughter, Katie, is concerned, I feel the most important thing is they made peace with one another. They know this and that is all that matters.

  184. Tricia
    Posted December 7, 2017 at 10:18 pm | Permalink

    If anyone would care to e-mail People Magazine and express disappointment that there was no Tribute issue for David, pls. do so editor@people.com. I’m deeply bothered by this. David worked so incredibly hard and was amazingly talented, but unfortunately always underappreciated and underrated. Shame.

  185. Posted December 7, 2017 at 10:37 pm | Permalink

    The reason there was no tribute to David Cassidy
    on the cover of People magazine, because
    obviously People felt Prince Harry’s engagement
    was more important. I was reading all the post.
    Denice I always enjoy your post. Margaret I liked
    your post as well. Tricia I wanted to reply to
    a beautiful long post you wrote me on Nov. 26,
    you touched my heart with all the wonderful
    things you said. I feel so much warmth from
    all the fans. We all have so much to contribute
    to this website. Everyone have a nice evening!
    God bless every single David Cassidy fan!

  186. Tricia
    Posted December 7, 2017 at 10:43 pm | Permalink

    This is what I wrote to the editor of People:

    I was very dismayed and disappointed, People did not have the decency to pay tribute to one of the biggest stars in the world of the early 70’s. He was incredibly talented, multifaceted and a decent, good all around human being; unlike the artists we have today. Shame on you.

  187. Posted December 7, 2017 at 11:42 pm | Permalink

    Tricia, I agree with everything you said in your
    Post. What a crying shame that David Cassidy
    got ignored by People magazine. Good for you
    writing to People magazine.

  188. Denice Kirth
    Posted December 7, 2017 at 11:49 pm | Permalink

    I don’t think the tributes got started yet! I agree there really was nothing in people, And just of yesterday ,no articles in any magazines on David, at the stores, I shouldn’t have to search in pages,should be cover story, hope rolling stone magazine does , a great tribute to David and hope someone puts out a collector magazine, Felicia my thoughts are with your family in California, are you still going? God bless and have a nice evening. I’m working on my letter to you.

  189. Posted December 7, 2017 at 11:56 pm | Permalink

    Dear Denice,
    The feeling is mutual, your friendship means the world to me. I am
    almost done writing a letter to you. I will mail it tomorrow.
    I wrote you a total of 3 letters so far, and I sent
    you a Christmas card . You should be getting
    everything any day now. Denice , all your post
    are so uplifting. I am feeling better every day.
    Thank you for being my friend!

  190. Denice Kirth
    Posted December 7, 2017 at 11:59 pm | Permalink

    People should put a whole magazine out about our loved David Cassidy. All he did, yes we would have alot of pages,and let’s not leave out pictures of David. I just reread your post Felicia, and yours Tricia, both very well said and right to the point. A man of that talent, his theatre tributes, his voice, now we must have a voice.

    • Kelly
      Posted December 8, 2017 at 12:52 am | Permalink

      I love that idea! An entire issue of People magazine dedicated to David Cassidy. Maybe they’re planning on doing something like that soon. We’ll just have to keep an eye out whenever we go through the checkout lines at the grocery store.

  191. Denice Kirth
    Posted December 8, 2017 at 12:04 am | Permalink

    Felicia thank you, you my friend came into my life and you uplifted me also. It is so nice to have a friend like you who has care and you have been a lifelong fan of David. So we will always be friend’s and always a David Cassidy fan.

  192. Kelly
    Posted December 8, 2017 at 12:09 am | Permalink

    I was at Wal-Mart yesterday, and when I went to the checkout counter to pay for my items, I happened to glance at the latest issue of People magazine. Imagine my disappointment when I saw Prince Harry and Meghan Markle on the cover instead of David Cassidy! No disrespect towards the Royal couple mind you, but my goodness, David Cassidy died just two weeks ago, and for People Magazine to overlook that is a major letdown to his family, friends, and fans! I’ve got a good mind to boycott People Magazine. I don’t care if Blake Shelton is on the cover (another one of my favorite celebs), if People Magazine chooses to overlook David Cassidy’s recent passing and not pay a loving tribute to him, they don’t get my support!

    • Ann Marie
      Posted December 8, 2017 at 2:04 am | Permalink

      I was disappointed too. But People magazine drools over the Royals. They’re even on next weeks cover too! Davy Jones got the cover of People when he died. I wanted more of a tribute to David.

  193. Tricia
    Posted December 8, 2017 at 12:17 am | Permalink

    David is really taking a beating regarding his will that was drafted in 2004 . Apparently he didn’t leave anything to Katie.
    In the end, we don’t know everything about the history and circumstances of Katie and David’s relationship. Nobody really knows except the people involved. Or, did David reveal the entire history in his 2007 autobiography? (I haven’t read it so I don’t know) I am not in any position to judge David for doing what he did because I don’t know the backstory. The media of course loves to stir the pot. Darn, I hate that! David doesn’t deserve that. All I know is that Katie rushed to his side and was there for him, so I am thinking there was a reconciliation at some point. The public is cruel. Like David quoted “there needs to be more kindness in the world.”

    • Kelly
      Posted December 8, 2017 at 1:25 am | Permalink

      I’m sure David would be sick to his stomach if he knew about the media making this thing about his will a public matter. To me, it seems like that should be a personal thing and not something that the public should know anything about. And you’re right. We don’t know the circumstances of David and Katie’s relationship as father and daughter, so who are we to judge?

      • Judy A
        Posted December 8, 2017 at 8:00 pm | Permalink

        So true. x

  194. Posted December 8, 2017 at 12:18 am | Permalink

    Denice as I write this post it is 7 pm e.s.t. and
    Inside Edition said that Katie Cassidy was left
    out of David’s will. I think that is so mean to
    report . Who is getting the publicity Katie Cassidy
    of course! Maybe I am over reacting!
    I am not going out to California at this time,
    my mom improved and will be getting out
    of the hospital tomorrow. She will go to a skilled
    nursing facility full time. Her medical condition
    is stable. She spent a month in the hospital.
    I am so happy she is doing better. So I don’t
    have to go out to California at this time.

  195. Denice Kirth
    Posted December 8, 2017 at 5:15 am | Permalink

    Thanks ,Felicia for letting me know about Calif. So glad your mom got better. That is good news. That’s terrible about the will, that should be kept private. I’m sure we will hear more. We don’t know what was going on, and who was running things. All I know is the world is going to miss him. Money comes and goes. Earthly things are not love. Katie should be happy she did get to reconcile and make peace in the end. She knew deep down David had love for her in his heart. I hope she will be okay, she seems like a nice pretty sensible young lady with a full career already in process. Maybe someday she will let us fans know more.

  196. Margaret
    Posted December 8, 2017 at 10:47 am | Permalink

    I was eight years old when The Partridge Family debuted in 1970, but I think the crushed velvet outfits were an early version of what they wore on the show onstage. Some of the older ladies on here can comment on the crushed velvet outfits. People used to joke that they looked like a bunch of “white people dressed like Super Fly,” so that’s where I got the Super Fly comment from. That was likely the reason they found different outfits for the actors to wear, too! But yea, I liked most of the stuff they performed in on the show. I am partial to the 70s feather haircut and the shorter version that he sported in about 1990 or 1991, though. It’s been fun talking to you about dreams. I’m glad I’m not the only one literally dreaming about him.

    • Margaret
      Posted December 8, 2017 at 10:58 am | Permalink

      P.S. My dream seemed to be symbolic of his place in my life path, where David was there for quite a time, just returning the love for fans like me that he’d never met/spoken to, and then I had to move on without him. Who the “friend” was with me in the dream is unknown, but they seemed quite insignificant to me and were not a DC fan. I did not visualize David in the dream, either. It was all a spiritual thing.

  197. Posted December 8, 2017 at 11:19 am | Permalink

    Hi Denice!
    Just finished writing your letter. It was
    mailed out on a Friday. Have a great
    weekend! I just love checking this website
    everyday to see what the fans have to

  198. sheila owens
    Posted December 8, 2017 at 2:10 pm | Permalink

    I was disappointed that there was no tribute on Sky Arts or any channel following David’s passing. He was an icon and should have had some recognition. When another musician has died there is a tribute to them but none to our David. What a let down. I also think it is disgusting that the press are publishing his will. This is a very private matter. How dare they go snooping into someone’s private and personal affairs. Shame on them and anyone else who supports this. David would be appalled at this act of shamefulness.

    We will always cherish him and he will still be with us with his music. I still cannot believe he has gone. Such a beautiful man.

    Thank you Jane and we team for all the hard work you have done and please keep this up. I never met David but I feel part of my has died also.
    God Bless you David.
    Sheila (Scotland)

    • barbara
      Posted December 8, 2017 at 5:21 pm | Permalink

      there still might be a tribute but it won`t be for about 6 months, they wait till the family friends, acquaintances have got over the grief, they let the dust settle so to speak

  199. Yvonne Sheridan
    Posted December 8, 2017 at 5:22 pm | Permalink

    I would like to know how the press got insight in to his will, it,s nobody’s business apart from his family,I was able to see on a website his Death Certificate,cause of death, his address,this is NOT RIGHT, because your in the public eye it,s NOT ANYBODY,S BUSINESS SHAME WHO EVER PUBLISHED THIS. Nobody knows the relationship between him and Katie,s Mother and why he didn’t have a close relationship with his daughter. I BELIEVE HE LOVED HER AND WAS PROUD OF HER. THE CASSIDY FAMILY ARE IN MOURNING OF THEIR LOVED ONE, Katie keep in close friendship with your brother as your Dad did with his, TIME IS A HEALER GOD BLESS Yvonne from Scotland .

  200. Claire Ronan
    Posted December 8, 2017 at 9:19 pm | Permalink

    On David’s facebook page, the Michael Barratt interview, BBC archive footage from 1974, several people have commented on David’s slightly English accent. David’s father, Jack Cassidy, spoke with an accent that was almost entirely English. When I first heard a recording of David’s father speaking, I was surprised because he spoke like an English Shakespearian actor. David explained in film footage at Heathrow Airport, his father had a particular love for the UK. Maybe this explains why David started to speak in an English accent when he was in the UK undertaking this interview? But much more likely, he was picking up on Michael Barratt’s accent!! David could easily speak in a perfect British accent, and make lots of authentic English-style comments about the weather!

    • Kelly
      Posted December 8, 2017 at 10:47 pm | Permalink

      I remember seeing a documentary years ago about David, and it showed him arriving somewhere in England by airplane. After he stepped off the plane, he was chatting with some people about the weather ( it was wintertime) and he was speaking in this really authentic-sounding British accent. I thought, “Wow! I didn’t know David could do that kind of accent!” I myself, have tried to imitate a British accent sometimes, just to see if I can do it. I can do it a little bit, but I’m not great at it. The easiest accent for me to imitate is a Southern accent. I remember David doing a bit if a Southern accent in the “Keith and Lauriebelle” episode of The Partridge Family. Remember? “You can come out now, Mother Cullpepper!” lol! Too cute!

  201. Posted December 8, 2017 at 9:23 pm | Permalink

    As a devoted David Cassidy fan for 40 years, I am
    saddened to read that his will was made public.
    Like many other fans I will always love David!
    It makes me wonder what kind of monsters are
    out there to disgrace David Cassidy’s name.
    It’s hard to believe that there are devious people
    out there who are trying to profit from David’s
    death. This website is a safe haven for David’s
    fans to pay their respect for him. Hi Denice!
    I mailed your letter. May you have a nice

  202. Tricia
    Posted December 8, 2017 at 9:23 pm | Permalink

    I felt sick to my stomach last night when I heard the news about David’s WILL. The media will sell their mothers if they could just for ratings! They have no integrity or compassion. Yes, celebrities are public figures and to a certain extent as such they sacrifice some of their privacy for their craft; that’s the nature of show business. BUT, there are certain private matters that should be completely left out of the public, and that includes their WILLS! Nobody knows what really happened with that side of David’s family or relationship.
    I just don’t want David’s memory and legacy to be dragged to the ground by unscrupulous media predators. David was a good, loving, and decent man, with flaws and struggles like most or all human beings in this planet. And compared to what is happening with all these celebrities and politicians, David was an angel!
    Maybe I’m overreacting, but it saddens me that during his life he was underrated and unappreciated; and now that he is gone he is going to be disparaged because of a private matter that should have never seen light of day. I should have never read all those comments from nasty, hateful people. It really dragged me down. I will always love you David. You have my utmost respect. And thank you to this website and the fans that post here. I feel better reading your feedback. Hugs to all of you.

  203. Denice Kirth
    Posted December 8, 2017 at 9:52 pm | Permalink

    Claire I just watched that interview, that’s how his voice was back then, I love that interview, saw it for the first time, and he rocked the outfit , and he looked so happy when he talked about horses, and when he talked about money. Money came last, a really nice person. Hi Felicia liked your post, I sent your letter out today. Hope we all have a nice weekend. Tricia liked your post, what a world we live in.

  204. Denice Kirth
    Posted December 8, 2017 at 9:58 pm | Permalink

    O one more Claire that is how he sounded in person when I met him. I liked some of the vocabulary he use to use, he was very, very smart. Hi Felicia again, After the first time when I met him,going into the second time I use to say to David ,I’m sorry I’m the pest from Cleveland, and he would respond, o honey your not a pest. I really really hope he is at peace.

  205. James F Pearl
    Posted December 8, 2017 at 10:11 pm | Permalink

    David had the gift of making people happy even when they were going through their own difficult times in life. One song of his rang so true in my mind and it went “We’re one step closer to Heaven and we won’t get there till we get their together, forever, better than never,forever we better. You and Me united would be Dynamite. If I can quote a Bruce Springsteen song to sum up my feelings and emotions of David’s passing, I believe this lyric will cover it,”I’m just calling one last time,not to change your mind, but just to say, I miss you David, Good Luck, Good Bye, BOBBY JEAN….Rest in Peace my friend….Respectfully, Jimmy Pearl from Bayonne, New Jersey

  206. Lesley Bonsor
    Posted December 8, 2017 at 10:18 pm | Permalink

    David Cassidy was my first love at aged 13 in 1971 Watched him on the Partridge Family and thought Wow! Beautiful man. Did not go to any concerts in the UK , but was allowed to see him land at Heathrow Airport in 1972-73? Got right at the front among screaming girls! Just waved at David and he looked straight at me and another girl! Many years went by and saw him again in my forties in Bournemouth UK with my cousin Sonia. Was a wonderful evening ! Just as gorgeous and that smile! So sad how David died. Hope he is at peace now. Lesleyxxxxx. Bristol, England

  207. Catherine
    Posted December 8, 2017 at 11:01 pm | Permalink

    Jack Cassidy, David’s nephew has released a christmas song called Emmanuel. He said on his twitter page that it was the last song his uncle david heard and that he passed minutes later. It’s a beautiful song and obviously meant a lot to the family that it was sung during David’s final minutes on earth.
    David’s nephew is very spiritual and I am sure a great source of comfort to the family. Sleep peacefully David x

    • Elke
      Posted December 9, 2017 at 10:23 am | Permalink

      Thank you, Chatherine,
      for your message. It means a lot to me, knowing, David heard words of Gods Love to him … sung from his nephew.
      God bless you, Elke

  208. Julie Carson
    Posted December 9, 2017 at 8:47 am | Permalink

    I echo so many of the sentiments expressed on this page. It’s remarkable the effect David had on us as teenage girls and how we still held a place for him in our hearts as we grew older. A testimony to the warmth of his personality and caring heart. It heartens me to read he was listening to Emmanuel in his last moments. God bless you David. I always wanted to meet you, perhaps I will one day….

  209. Posted December 9, 2017 at 5:41 pm | Permalink

    Hi Margaret!
    It is snowing heavily in Westfield. I saw your
    post on Facebook, about the link to u tube of
    David Cassidy’s song Ain’t No Sunshine!
    Excellent song. Thanks for posting it! We got
    to keep the good memories of David alive!

    • Margaret
      Posted December 9, 2017 at 6:02 pm | Permalink

      He did great work in rhythm and blues, smoking hot in this area in his later years. Thanks for the post.

      • Margaret Staadt
        Posted December 9, 2017 at 8:40 pm | Permalink
        • Tricia
          Posted December 10, 2017 at 3:11 pm | Permalink

          Oh yes, I enjoy that song very very much! Another that is great is CRY, I downloaded both from i-tunes and I play them often. His mature voice was out of this world!!

  210. Claire Ronan
    Posted December 9, 2017 at 7:12 pm | Permalink

    When you watch the interview between David and Michael Barrett on David’s facebook page, it flags up that as a young man, David was totally innocent where money was concerned. Unfortunately, having once been the girlfriend of a famous pop star, this is not uncommon in the music industry.

  211. Claire Ronan
    Posted December 9, 2017 at 7:17 pm | Permalink

    David did have many happy times before he died. He had fun working on his new recording with his beloved band. He enjoyed hanging out at sports events. At the end, he had made peace with his wife and daughter and was surrounded by his friends and family.

  212. Posted December 9, 2017 at 10:55 pm | Permalink

    Hi Tricia!
    I liked your post. I was so touched by everything
    you said. It is going to be a long road to get over
    the death of David Cassidy! It is still a shock to
    the system. I keep watching videos and interviews
    and documentaries of David. A day doesn’t go by
    where I need to hear his voice, I need to hear
    him singing, I need to see his face. I want to
    preserve the good memories of David. What helps
    me the most is staying on this website and
    connecting with the fans. Tricia you have so
    many good things to say, I really like your post!
    David Cassidy fans unite!

    • Tricia
      Posted December 10, 2017 at 4:16 pm | Permalink

      You are welcome Felicia. I am trying to heal, but it still hurts. I am still surprised that David’s death has impacted me so deeply especially when I did not follow him for so long. But maybe it’s because I feel guilty I didn’t follow him more intently and with the fervor I did when I was young. I kept my toes in the water, but didn’t jump in the water fully so to speak. I really believe my admiration and love for him was always there buried down deep in my heart. When I heard about his dementia my love for him came out, and somehow a force (God maybe) wanted me to come back at that point in time and rediscover him and be able to enjoy him for those few magical six months. Oh how I wish I would’ve come back sooner! Reading those sweet posts of his was beautiful, and being able to express my love and gratitude to him on his website while he was still with us was heartening for me. I am listening to his beautiful young and mature voice and it gives me peace and happiness, oh do I smile! Thank you David. I know in my heart you are at peace. And I do know you knew you were loved.

  213. Claire Ronan
    Posted December 10, 2017 at 12:27 am | Permalink

    Thank you, Jane, for all your hard work in keeping David’s website a positive place to be!

    • Web Team
      Posted December 10, 2017 at 12:43 am | Permalink

      You are very welcome.

  214. Denice Kirth
    Posted December 10, 2017 at 12:39 am | Permalink

    Hi Felicia, I got letter 2and 3, you really cheered me up, talking and cherishing David’s memory does help. I like both letters,and I will answer back with a happy answer. I liked your last post. I been watching David’s videos. What a guy. I don’t know what I would be going through alone if I didn’t have the great friendship of beening friends with you. Thank you and I just have to keep busy, I try to think of David’s smile, to stay strong. Felicia have a nice evening. And to all fans, thank you for sharing your most heartfelt posts about David Cassidy. Thanks Margaret for your post, just love his voice in jazz and blues.

    • Margaret Staadt
      Posted December 10, 2017 at 3:47 am | Permalink

      You’re welcome!

  215. Kelly
    Posted December 10, 2017 at 1:07 am | Permalink

    It will soon be three weeks since our beloved David went to Heaven to be with the Lord. Hard to believe, isn’t it? I have been trying to cheer myself up by watching videos of David singing in concert, being interviewed, and acting. It makes me feel better just to see his handsome face, hear his voice, hear his laugh, and see his smile and sparkling eyes.

    I was saying to my Mom today, that I wish that one of the channels that show classic TV shows would show reruns of The Partridge Family in honor of David’s memory. It would be great to have that show back on TV, not just for those of us who remember the 70’s, but for the people who weren’t even born when the show was on the air. They could see why we all love The Partridge Family and David Cassidy so much. I’m sure some of you have episodes of the show on DVD, but if TVLand, Nick At Night, FETV, or any of the other channels that show classic TV shows would air reruns of the show, it would be a great thing to see. Maybe we could email these networks and request this. I’d love to watch The Partridge Family again. I know it would take us all back to a better time.

  216. Birgit
    Posted December 10, 2017 at 10:33 am | Permalink

    Heute ist der 2. Advent, ich sitze mit meinem Mann am Frühstückstisch. Vor genau 3 Wochen saßen wir zusammen mit der gesamten Familie. Es war mein Geburtstag. Wir waren fröhlich, bis zu dem Zeitpunkt als ich auf meinem Handy die Nachricht las, dass David mit Organversagen im Krankenhaus lag. Ich war entsetzt. Zwei Tage später war David gestorben. Für mich brach eine Welt zusammen. Ich habe leider nie ein Konzert von ihm gesehen, was ich so sehr bereue. Ich bin so froh, dass es YouTube gibt, dort sehe ich mir jetzt täglich alte Aufnahmen an. Dann fühle ich mich in meinem Herzen wieder genau so wie vor 46 Jahren. R. I. P. lieber David.

    • Astrid
      Posted December 10, 2017 at 6:34 pm | Permalink

      Hallo Birgit
      Da mein Englisch nicht so gut ist und es sehr anstrengend für mich ist, in Englisch zu schreiben, freue ich mich, hier einen deutschen Kommentar zu lesen. Mir geht es genau so. David ist am 21. November gestorben und ich war gerade dabei, mich an meine liebe Tante zu erinnern, die letztes Jahr am gleichen Tag für immer gegangen ist. Ich war so geschockt, als ich dann die Todesnachricht las, und jetzt hänge ich oft auf YouTube rum und schaue mir die alten Videos an und höre seine Lieder. Damals Anfang der 70er, es war eine düstere Zeit in meiner Jugend. Lange Geschichte. Jedenfalls hat mir die Musik von David Cassidy und die Serie, wo ich mich oft köstlich amüsiert habe, sehr geholfen. Und jetzt fühle ich mich zurück versetzt und fühle es nochmals. Genau das … Sein Lächeln, seine Musik, die Freude mit der Serie, diese wunderschöne menschliche Seele … Dank You Tube habe ich zwar ein bisschen seinen Weg in den letzten Jahren mit verfolgt, aber hier in Europa war er ja nicht mehr so bekannt. Es wäre schön, wenn die deutschen Fernsehsender eine Sendung über David Cassidy bringen würden, als Andenken an ihn und für die vielen Fans, die er hier gehabt hat. Er war ein Ausnahmetalent. Damals, ich war 13, hat mich sein Lächeln fasziniert, wie so viele andere auch, aber ich hatte immer das Gefühl, da sind Tränen in seinen Augen, die er nie geweint hat. Jetzt habe ich mir die Doku angeschaut und seine Lebensgeschichte einverleibt und mein sensibles jugendliches Herz hat mich nicht getäuscht. Das muss ich jetzt nach 45 Jahren feststellen. Er hat Zeit seines Lebens wahrscheinlich gesucht, was er nie wirklich gefunden hat … ich hoffe er hat es jetzt … R.I.P. David Cassidy, Deine wundervolle Stimme ist für immer verstummt, wir werden sie vermissen …

    • Margaret Staadt
      Posted December 10, 2017 at 10:11 pm | Permalink



      Today is the 2nd Advent, I sit with my husband at the breakfast table. Exactly 3 weeks ago we sat together with the whole family. It was my birthday. We were happy until I read the message on my phone that David had hospitalized organ failure. I was horrified. Two days later David died. For me, a world collapsed. Unfortunately I have never seen a concert of him, which I regret so much. I am so glad that there is YouTube, where I watch daily old recordings. Then I feel in my heart just as 46 years ago. R. I. P. dear David.



      Hello Birgit
      Since my English is not so good and it is very stressful for me to write in English, I am pleased to read a German comment here. The same thing happened to me. David died on the 21st of November, and I was just remembering my dear aunt, who left forever the same year last year. I was so shocked when I read the death message, and now I often hang out on YouTube and watch the old videos and listen to his songs. Back in the early ’70s, it was a dark time in my youth. Long story. Anyway, the music of David Cassidy and the show, where I enjoyed myself a lot, helped me a lot. And now I feel relegated and feel it again. Just that … His smile, his music, the joy of the show, this beautiful human soul … Thanks to You Tube, I’ve been following his path a bit in the last few years, but here in Europe, he was not so well known anymore. It would be nice if the German TV stations would broadcast a program about David Cassidy, in memory of him and for the many fans he had here. He was an exceptional talent. Back then, when I was 13, his smile fascinated me, like so many others, but I always had the feeling there are tears in his eyes that he never cried. Now I’ve looked at the documentary and incorporated his life story and my sensitive youthful heart has not deceived me. I have to say that now after 45 years. He probably was looking for his life, which he never really found … I hope he has it now … R.I.P. David Cassidy, your wonderful voice has died forever, we will miss it …

      • Tricia
        Posted December 11, 2017 at 9:43 pm | Permalink

        Dear Astrid: I can totally understand how you felt in your youth because that is exactly how I felt some 45 years ago. I was struggling through some dark times in my life, but being a part of David’s world lifted my spirits and brought pure joy to my life. Never did I feel happier than when I watched him on the show or listened to that beautiful voice, and kissed his poster every night. But please remember his wonderful voice will NEVER EVER die. Through his work he will live forever. His music is alive and well and will go on to the end of time. 🙂

  217. Birgit
    Posted December 10, 2017 at 6:49 pm | Permalink

    Ja, es wäre wirklich sehr schön, wenn es im Fernsehen eine Dokumentation über David geben würde. Er wurde in der Vergangenheit in Deutschland nicht genug geachtet. Das ist sehr schade.

    • Margaret Staadt
      Posted December 10, 2017 at 10:20 pm | Permalink


      Yes, it would be really nice if there was a documentary about David on TV. He was not paid enough attention in Germany in the past. That’s too bad.

      Hallo, die Damen.

      Sie können https://translate.google.com/ verwenden, um Ihre Nachrichten ins Englische zu übersetzen. Ich kenne ein wenig Deutsch aus meiner High School-Zeit, aber das ist viel einfacher! Ich würde es hassen, wenn deine Nachrichten gelöscht werden.


      Hello ladies. You can use https://translate.google.com/ to translate your messages into English. I know some German from my high school days, but this is much easier! I’d hate for your messages to get deleted.

  218. Posted December 10, 2017 at 6:49 pm | Permalink

    I miss hearing from you, my beloved David. You don´t have idea how much I miss you!! I do believe and hope you are in a safe place at peace now and enjoying. I love you, my sweetie and always will ♥

  219. Annie
    Posted December 10, 2017 at 7:50 pm | Permalink

    Wanted to share this lovely story, Christmas time as it is.


    • Kelly
      Posted December 10, 2017 at 8:04 pm | Permalink

      I read that story not long ago. Imagine having David Cassidy at your Christmas party as Santa Claus! David always seemed like a jolly kind of guy to me because he seemed like someone who loved to laugh. I’ll bet he made a great Santa at that party. I wish I had been there!

      • Annie
        Posted December 10, 2017 at 8:31 pm | Permalink

        Agree, and me too wish I had been there to see that, one of a kind Santa!🎅

  220. Posted December 10, 2017 at 8:03 pm | Permalink

    David Cassidy his records are the soundtracks of my life since ’72, thank you David.

  221. Lyn Sanderson
    Posted December 11, 2017 at 1:39 pm | Permalink

    It is so wonderful to read the posts here. What a special man to have engendered such loyalty and love! I tried to remember what drew me to being a fan back in 1973 – none of my friends were fans – and even then I felt I had to explain why I thought he was wonderful to my more serious friends. I cried to one of them over our old dial up phone because there was no way that my family could let me go to a concert in Brisbane in 1974, over 1600 kms away. I knew that it was a fantasy, as I knew that my adoration was of no consequence to this superstar. I gradually let it and David go. I missed his resurgence in the eighties, even though I lived in London at the same time. Occasionally I read articles about what he was doing, pleased to see that he was able to carve out a new post superstar career. In 2002 I left Australia to work in Europe, and while I was there David came to Australia. If I’d been here I would have gone to his concert, and seen for myself that his original success was based on amazing talent, and an astounding ability to connect with his audience. But I missed that. The Internet is a wonderful thing, and in 2009, I found this site and I bought a CD online. My brother-in-law bought me a classic vinyl copy of Cherish. That was special because his opinion of music is one I value. I read about concert programs and thought that maybe I would travel to the US and build a trip around seeing a concert. But that wasn’t to be. I had come back to Australia to spend time with my parents, and lost my father to dementia, and my dreams became a bit smaller, with not so much travel. And then tragically, David died on what would have been my father’s birthday (here in Australis 22nd November). No concerts any more. No chance of seeing this tremendous, energetic, talented, intelligent and kind man perform. Thank you David for the music and your tenacity and strength. Thank you to all of his wonderfully loyal fans for supporting him over all those years. And thank you also to his family for sharing him with us. Your loss is far greater, but we have an inkling of how you are feeling. I hope that knowing how much he was loved and respected by people from all over the world is of some comfort.

  222. Denice Kirth
    Posted December 11, 2017 at 2:25 pm | Permalink

    Hi Arcelia, it’s me Denice all the way over here in Cleveland, Ohio, our weather is winter now. I loved your post, you have David in your heart. Can I ask you a question? Did you meet David? What specialnest about David can you tell us fans? I think for any of us who meet him , so difficult now. David just loved all his fans. If I never met him I would of still been a fan than and now and forever. He just had such a tremendous IMPACT on the world. Now we remember what a talent, and David’s work on earth has ended. During this I feel us fans are paying our respects in all our beautiful spoken posts. And Arcelia, I never got to meet you, but I feel I have somehow through your posts and all you done in the past here on David’s website. I think it is very important for fans who meet him to share there stories, David would of wanted a celebration of his life. He was a big Star, but the KINDNESS. Arcelia have a nice day, to a very nice girl. We’re allowed to be young here again.

    • Posted December 11, 2017 at 7:26 pm | Permalink

      Hi Denice

      Yes, I was lucky enough to meet David. It was at his Pre-Birthday Party in London in 2011. I always dreamed to meet him but l live in Spain and never in millions years I thought it would happened to me someday.

      You know, I tried to go to that party for months but things became complicated so I would not go.

      David was going to celebrate his birthday in the UK on Sunday April10th but as time goes by as time goes by, David announced another Birthday show in Atlantic City on Saturday April 9th, and his staff decided to delay the Party on Monday April 11th so he could be more rested and relaxed. I was not going to be there on Sunday, but I would be on Monday. Some fans started saying that the party was going to take place at Novotel Hotel, just where I had booked my room. My head began to consider the possibility of seeing David (I didn´t mind if it was from a long distance).

      It´s a long story but… to make it shorter, I will tell you that I really believe in Fate so thanks to Les, my friend Glyn´s husband, who talked to the promoter, I could enter the party.

      The dinner was a buffet so you had to serve yourself. There was a queue to get to the bar and I gave all the way around to go through David’s table (just two tables away opposite me) and get to see him closer. He wore a beautiful white shirt, black leather jacket and dark blue jeans, I loved his hair style too, very short. He looked gorgeous!. It was the first time I saw him so close, I was so nervous that I nearly tripped over all the chairs I found my way.

      When we finished dinner, David stood up from his chair and he went to the small stage where he spoke about his successful career and about the support he has got from his fans all over the years and also thanked us for sharing that special night with him. I loved the comment he made when talking about his boy son Beau: “He is my best production”, he said. We all laughed. Then he sang his beautiful version of “Ain´t No Sunshine” and while Scott Wright and his Band finished the song, David began to mingle with fans giving them big hugs.

      He began around the table, finished and started the other one.
      Then he arrived to the table next to me, but this time he didn´t hug the next girl and while I was still wondering what I was going to say to him, he suddenly turned his front to me with his arms open wide and talked to me: “Hiiii”. I got surprised but I could still say to him “I came from Spain, David” and we both gave each other a BIG hug holding us on thightly while he whispered in my ear: “Awwwwwww, sweetie!. It was like MAGICAL, David was there, holding me and he even let me kiss him!!! YES!!!!!. I asked him to kiss me on my cheek and he said: “Nooooo!”. But we all know he´s such a “naugthy boy” so he smiled and talked to me: Kiss me you. And I did ( giggles ). Can you imagine how I felt??… THE HAPPIEST WOMAN ALL AROUND THE WORLD!!!!.

      You can believe it or not but although I dreamt trillions times to live a moment like that, I was totally aware that what it was happening to me that night it was NO a dream, it was REAL for sure!!. Then I got to speak to him for a while. He was so nice, friendly and lovely to me! And so funny too!. I´d always thought I had fainted if I had had the chance to meet him someday but I did not get nervous at all, he made me feel sooo good, it was like talking to a friend that you see everyday. Just incredible!!. OMG, I’ll never ever forget that night!!

      Thank you David ♥

      • Yvonne Sheridan
        Posted December 12, 2017 at 12:27 pm | Permalink

        Hi Araceli, your story was great to read,thank you for sharing your special moment with David. We get to keep our memories which are treasures many thanks Yvonne

      • barbara
        Posted December 13, 2017 at 7:50 am | Permalink

        what a lovely memory to have in your heart for ever more, it has been such a very sad time with our David passing away, but his music and memories of such great times live on, and there were such fun times, David gave to us, always with us, bless our David,

  223. Claire Ronan
    Posted December 11, 2017 at 5:21 pm | Permalink

    Thank you, Anna, for posting your Emma Freud David story. It would be wonderful to have David as your Father Christmas at your party!! I also love the golf story on David’s face book page.

  224. Denice Kirth
    Posted December 11, 2017 at 9:18 pm | Permalink

    Dear Arcelia, thank you, thank you, for telling me , your David Cassidy story, Magical, for us who have met him, words explaining David I feel we all share a similar picture, also for me, I thought I would faint, always to the day thought meeting him was in my dreams, he just was a person who made you feel calm, and from there he was a delight to talk to. He made you feel welcomed. And it’s important for the fans to know that is the real David Cassidy, and as years went on I think he wanted to be with his fans more. What a special bond , he cared , and Arcelia thank you for sharing your special story, you went through alot, but the magical moment became reality, and it’s not everyday a fan was able to share, moments of his personal time, it’s always going to be difficult, not having David, but hearing your story Arcelia has cheered me up. I feel like a family here, you always have a memory a lovely memory, and your story showed the real David Cassidy. The whole story, when he talked about Beau, just wonderful, I hope all the fans here enjoy, reading I can feel the excitement of your time. David Cassidy was real.

    • Posted December 12, 2017 at 8:12 pm | Permalink

      Awww, you are so nice, Denice!! He really made fell the only woman on the room that night. What an amazing lovely human being David has always been!!
      I enjoyed sharing my story with you all. I am glad I did it. I have been lucky enough to see him six times in concert and he ever disappointed me. Plus that special meeting. MAGICAL!!

  225. Denice Kirth
    Posted December 11, 2017 at 9:28 pm | Permalink

    Hi Felicia, hope you are doing good,I heard your getting snow we have some, I feel better, this website is where a true David Cassidy fan belongs. We have been friends almost one year. So happy for our friendship. I’m glad Arcelia, shared her story, she is so nice, and caring, Felicia next Monday special on about the stars lost in 2017. It will be hard to watch, I’m going to watch to honor David’s life. David would be happy we the fans are all her together. Stay warm Felicia and hope you like my letter, I liked the pretty Xmas card. Thank you, and to a nice day tommorow.

  226. Tricia
    Posted December 11, 2017 at 10:12 pm | Permalink

    Wow There are so so many things I did not know about David! I had no clue he liked to play golf. What a great story! It is so nice to read such beautiful memories of David. He was such a special guy. Thank you Araceli for your heartwarming story also. The more I get to know David from all the people that knew him, the more I love him and respect him. Lovely, lovely man.

  227. Posted December 12, 2017 at 1:03 am | Permalink

    Hi Denice!
    I liked your post! I received your letter today, I
    read it and enjoyed it! I mailed you a letter on
    last Friday. You should be getting it any day now.
    Plus I started a new letter to you today! I am so
    glad you liked your Christmas card. I mailed you
    a page from this week’ s People magazine, it was
    a picture of David with a quote on it. It was an
    article about all the celebrities who died in 2017.
    We got 6 inches of snow on Saturday. Only an inch
    predicted for tomorrow. I so much enjoy your
    post , and I am glad the feeling is mutual. You
    take care, until we meet again!

  228. Denice Kirth
    Posted December 12, 2017 at 1:54 am | Permalink

    Hi Felicia, cold,cold here, but good friends warm the heart, we will be trading letters through the mail soon. Hot chocolate night for me. Arcelia, had some excitement, I’m going to post again, thanks Tricia I liked your post, it is nice to here all about David. I wonder if we will all be able to connect, about David Cassidy in later times, I hope so everyone is so nice and we all loved David Cassidy and we are happy to say so.

  229. Denice Kirth
    Posted December 12, 2017 at 2:33 am | Permalink

    Hi Arcelia, I think I watched it,he sings ain’t no sunshine, not the whole song, than he walks the room, and WOW, I’m so happy for you,David really looked happy and relaxed and comfortable, and he had on his black leather jacket, his hair was short, but the first time I meet him,1981 his hair was short,for theatre starred in little Johnny Jones, I liked it short as well as long, 1983he had it long that was New York, on Broadway, for Joseph and Amazing Technicolor dreamcoat, and he kept it long for awhile, still long when he short toured with play, came here to Akron Ohio, show was amazing, his performance just as outstanding as I saw on Broadway, And a few more times in concert, in the road with the great Danny Bonaduce, his talent was on extreme to another,actor, singer,and 1994 here in Cle, in Blood Brothers, had a black leather jacket,wonder if same one, anyhow he looked great, and another terrific performance, I have the best memories, and I’m just glad to be here with you all. He was so nice on all occasions, back in 1970s I always new David would be our lifetime star, and I was one of many trillions fans he had, but I never expected to be friends with any of David’s fans. I wish David knew we would all be together, my friend Felicia said this is like belonging to a special club. It’s special in everyway, because of David Cassidy.

    • Yvonne Sheridan
      Posted December 12, 2017 at 12:34 pm | Permalink

      Hi Denice, lovely reading your post,lucky lady to have had the pleasure of meeting him several times.Nice to share our memories,and hear other fans memorable moments take care Yvonne.

  230. Jan B
    Posted December 12, 2017 at 10:40 am | Permalink

    I sat and watched the 2002 recording of the Glasgow concert from start to finish last night as I hadn’t watched it in a while.
    It doesn’t get much better than this I reckon. The band, the backing singers, and David of course. absolutely top-notch concert.
    If any fans out there who haven’t seen this, grab yourself a copy if you can.
    The whole tour was terrific and I’m feeling so thankful David came back to the UK several times in the last 15 years.

    • Yvonne Sheridan
      Posted December 12, 2017 at 12:42 pm | Permalink

      Hi Jan, my husband and I watched that DVD on Sunday,you cannot explain to anyone how good this is,you need to see it for yourself.I feel so blessed that I was able to see him 70’s 80’s 90’s 00’s and 10’s. My husband has always said nobody did cover versions of songs and they sound better than the original artist many thanks Yvonne.

  231. Claire Ronan
    Posted December 12, 2017 at 11:57 am | Permalink

    Jan B, I agree!!! I think this concert was a one that David enjoyed the best. He seems so happy all the way through. Even when he’s singing really sad songs, like ‘I am a clown.’ The fans are really loving it, and everyone is having fun!!!

    • Yvonne Sheridan
      Posted December 12, 2017 at 12:49 pm | Permalink

      When David did this concert he performed in the same venue November 2001, feeling the water to see if he could do a tour in 2002. I feel privileged that I saw both he was fantastic .I think the reason they were so good it was the happiest time for him in his career the 90’s and the early 00’s.

  232. Yvonne Sheridan
    Posted December 12, 2017 at 1:02 pm | Permalink

    When David came to the UK in 1985 after not performing concerts for 10 years he must have been so nervous about doing them,he had nothing to worry about,they were out of this world,exciting,energetic he put his heart and soul into this tour totally out of this world.Can be seen on YouTube David Cassidy at the Royal Albert Hall. Won,t be disappointed it,s FANTASTIC.

    • Kelly
      Posted December 12, 2017 at 4:42 pm | Permalink

      I saw that concert on YouTube recently. David is wearing a short, cropped T-shirt, and whenever he moved his arms a certain way, you got a quick flash of his sexy tummy! He pulled a Shania Twain on us!(David, what a naughty boy you were!)

  233. Yvonne Sheridan
    Posted December 12, 2017 at 4:52 pm | Permalink

    Well done Sue Cassidy getting a legal team to stop the unauthorised merchandise being sold.

    • Mary Wrigley
      Posted December 12, 2017 at 8:43 pm | Permalink

      Had not heard this, but did a quick check on the computer and HURRAY for Sue and the family. At this season especially, to make money off of DC, is so insulting.

      Capitalizing financially on David’s last words is just beyond belief.

      But, I think Katie sharing those words was important. I am grateful for knowing that happened at the end with the family.

      I have used the phrase of “So much wasted time” already with situations that needed to change direction when someone was upset about something that just wasn’t important in the scope of life.

      Those words belong in our HEARTS — not on a t-shirt.

  234. Denice Kirth
    Posted December 12, 2017 at 5:40 pm | Permalink

    Thanks Yvonne, I was very lucky, and most of all I’m lucky to share my story, on how wonderful David was to fans when he could be , he was happy in those early years, when I seen him in 2007, he came right in front of me and layer down on the stage, a fan from the other end gave him roses, and he handed me the roses, I threw them at my friend next to me, I had to get that pic, so handsome microphone in his hand, and singing, my guy friend just looked at me, like he just gave the roses to you , than David took the roses back, but his smile for the pic , is what I hope will be shared soon. I think David enjoyed little stir ups, he was fun , he puts the lights on even if they were off. Yvonne David knew in his heart, us fans. You are special also. I really like all your posts, you are miles away, but a David Cassidy fan is right here. Merry Xmas, but hope to post , when I have a sad moment, it’s important to remember the happiest times with all the memories of David Cassidy.

  235. Mary Wrigley
    Posted December 12, 2017 at 9:11 pm | Permalink

    FAN ALERT — Here’s the link from Sue Shifrin Cassidy’s facebook page.
    Family has retained an attorney and we’re encouraged to forward the article to sellers of David’s passing.

    Sent the article myself to 2 listings on Ebay. Is this ridiculous or what fans?


    Let’s help the family shut off these greedy Grinches, especially at this time of year.

    Feels like we’re doing something productive vs. bringing a meal to the family.

  236. Denice Kirth
    Posted December 12, 2017 at 9:18 pm | Permalink

    Arcelia, I did see that clip, thers a girl he hugs before it stops is that you, seemed like it was the way you described, that evening seemed liked going to a crystal ball and all eyes were on the prince, like you said magical. I’m getting snowed in over here,snow and cold. You and Yvonne are far away, both very nice people. I never had any contact with someone over seas, I never imagined that our favorite star years later would have a website, and be here to share our David Cassidy stories. I miss him very much,very very much. Trying to be okay, and trying to relive and remember all the good, with wonderful people. I think Barbara is overseas, I always liked her posts, hello Barbara, hope you are doing good. And hi Felicia, are you snowed in? I’m trying to stay positive, I won’t lie its hard, all the posts are soothing to the heart, especially when someone posts about something on David you see for the first time. And you watch it, and it’s David at his best. Well stay warm, and have a nice evening my dear friend Felicia.

  237. Judith Sarsten
    Posted December 13, 2017 at 3:44 am | Permalink

    I wrote this blog/essay in honor of David. Hoping it will be posted on HuffPost for all to read, in the meantime, I think fans of David’s will relate.

    David Cassidy – Still Breaking Hearts

    I am one among thousands, perhaps millions who turned on the television on September 25, 1970 and had their heart stolen. A handsome young man walked off a psychedelic bus and my heart was gone. Stolen by David Cassidy who was introduced to me by Keith Partridge.
    I was thirteen years old and just beginning high school. David Cassidy was the talk in the hallways and at the lunch tables of my all-girls high school on Staten Island the day after The Partridge Family aired. A name that a day earlier hadn’t crossed my or my friends’ minds was now the only thing on it.
    I imagine for an earlier generation, it was like the first time Elvis appeared on television, but David Cassidy did not swivel his hips with blatant sexuality making parents everywhere gasp in horror. Instead, he had a subtle, innocent sexuality that was approved by our parents because Shirley Jones provided the “G” rating. The Partridge Family was a show we watched with our parents. They along with us laughed at the silly scenarios. Danny, usually the instigator, Keith the buffoon, Laurie the idealist, Tracy along with Chris the innocent and Shirley the voice of reason. It united two generations for those thirty minutes. It was an escape from the nightly news reports that were dividing us. College campus protests and dying boys caused by a war in Vietnam, a country which had also never crossed my mind.
    In addition to my heart being stolen by David Cassidy, he also took my money, although sadly, years later I would learn that David didn’t benefit from those purchases. Records, posters, pukka shell necklaces became my treasures. I was too young to attend David Cassidy concerts alone and although my parents watched the television show with me, taking me to a concert was something completely different. And so, I played “I Can Feel Your Heartbeat” over and over again on my small phonograph in my bedroom while a smiling David Cassidy stared down at me from my wall.
    My high school years ended the same year The Partridge Family did. I packed for college and left behind my poster, my albums, my pukka shells and David Cassidy. I still liked his songs and would listen to them on occasion when I was home, but never at college. I, like the world, had changed. We both had become “too cool” for David, neither was as innocent as we had been on those Friday nights.
    Through the years that followed David Cassidy was not on my mind except when I would occasionally hear a David Cassidy or Partridge Family song on the radio. I turned it up, sang along (much to the dismay of my husband and children) and would become lost for those 2 minutes and 6 seconds. Lost to a time when my biggest concern was buying the latest copy of Tiger Beat with David Cassidy on the cover and reading everything I could about his life. My daughters grew up listening to my nostalgic narratives about him. One year, he was appearing at a local venue, and I was secretly hoping they had bought me tickets as a surprise. The concert came and went, without me. I’ll see him some other time, I thought to myself. Once again David Cassidy was off my mind.
    I didn’t follow the stories of his reported downward spiral. I didn’t view the police video of his first DUI that was available at the click of a button on the internet. These were not about my David. The public one who stood on a stage and gave all he had to give to a stadium filled with screaming teens or a small club filled with nostalgic adults who had paid the price of admission. Those stories were about the private one and the price of admission was paid by him, his family and friends.
    When I first learned of David Cassidy being rushed to the hospital in need of a liver transplant, he again was on my mind. I never thought he wouldn’t recover. He was David Cassidy, after all. He had provided so much joy and happiness to the World that the World owed this to him. I said a prayer and went about my day. As the weekend approached and his health continued to decline, I found myself, once again, wanting to read everything I could about him. This time though, it wasn’t about his life, it was about his impending death. David like so many years earlier was all I could think about. I prayed. I cried. The vibrant, very talented boy who had stolen my heart 45 years earlier was now a spiritless, very sick man who was breaking it.
    Upon hearing the news that David Cassidy had passed away, I grieved. I grieved for David, for his family and his friends. I also grieved for that “some other time”. It was now gone, forever. It went with a man who recognized in the end that like all of us, there are too many “some other times”. His daughter, Katie Cassidy, shared his final words with the World, “so much wasted time.” David Cassidy, in the worst of circumstances still provided one more thing to his fans. He reminded all of us to treasure something far more valuable than records, posters, or pukka beads. Time.

    • Lyn Sanderson
      Posted December 13, 2017 at 8:41 am | Permalink

      So beautifully written Judith! Thank you for sharing it with us all. It made me think that if people live on in the minds and hearts of the people left behind, David’s vibrant loving soul lives on, all round the world.

    • Annie
      Posted December 13, 2017 at 2:00 pm | Permalink

      Judith, thanks for posting your nice essay, I can relate to almost exactly everything you write, except I dont live in America and wasnt able to watch the PF. Even if I didnt follow him through the years, he obviously still was there, somewhere in the back of my head, because I was totally heartbroken by his passing, and I also find myself reading, looking at interviews, over and over again. Thank god for the internet and you tube, his music and all the work he’s done will remain forever, so will the memory of him as the fine soul he really was!

    • Sian Steed
      Posted January 14, 2018 at 2:24 pm | Permalink

      Judith – this wonderful post says it so well… I’m not sure if David’s sexuality was “innocent”, though: David had an electric, impulsive quality. Maybe those of us who were really innocent picked up on that wild sexiness with an enviable degree of intuition! Hmmm… Sian Steed, England

  238. Posted December 13, 2017 at 9:35 am | Permalink

    Judith, I read your post and you have touched
    my heart! What a beautiful tribute to David
    Cassidy! I think every fan can relate to your
    story, so well said. Thank you for your contribution
    to this special website!

  239. Judy A
    Posted December 13, 2017 at 12:10 pm | Permalink

    What has really stuck me in these past few weeks since David died is, how so much he meant to so many people. He was such a large part in our lives, he brought us great happiness and got us through tough times.
    What a legacy he has left us so thanks again David. x

  240. Denice Kirth
    Posted December 13, 2017 at 3:42 pm | Permalink

    I think it is horrible if any fan would buy anything that is unauthorized. If you do, you are not a true David Cassidy fan. Shame on you.

  241. Birgit
    Posted December 13, 2017 at 5:56 pm | Permalink

    Judith spricht mir aus der Seele. David hat mich durch seine Musik in traurigen Zeiten getröstet.

  242. Claire Ronan
    Posted December 13, 2017 at 7:30 pm | Permalink

    I went to see David in concert during the 1980s at the Royal Albert Hall. He put his heart and soul into every performance. My only regret was my seat, situated about a mile away from the stage. I am none-the-less so happy I had the chance to see him perform live, even if he was so very far away!

  243. Satomi
    Posted December 14, 2017 at 10:43 am | Permalink

    Dear David,

    For a long time since I’ve heard about a news of your departure, I could not find any words to express my feelings.
    It’s been so sad to accept that you are no longer here on earth, but I do believe that you are now staying in peace, celebrating reunions with your parents and enjoy singing songs your father had taught you, with your dearest dad himself, in heaven.
    Thank you so much for love and energy you have given us through all of your works.
    You, as Kieth Partridge, were my first love, but what made you so important and adorable for me was your honesty and sincerity as David Cassidy, keeping your door open to all of your fans in the world.
    Now I am missing you so much, but I know that you will live on in my memory forever.

    Happy Trails in your new world,

  244. May Dixon
    Posted December 14, 2017 at 4:30 pm | Permalink

    There are no words to describe this desolate feeling……I have lost the love of my life. Rest in Peace David. I LOVE YOU. XXX

  245. Claire Ronan
    Posted December 14, 2017 at 4:48 pm | Permalink

    Looking at David’s facebook page, and David talking about why he left PF, no-one could’ve coped with his work schedule. He had three careers – acting as Keith Partridge, PF vocal recording, and David Cassidy’s solo career. Plus two shows every Saturday and two on Sunday. And no lunch breaks, just interviews and photo sessions! I loved watching PF when I was thirteen on Saturday mornings when it was shown in the UK, but was clueless about all the hard work involved!!

    • Jan B
      Posted December 15, 2017 at 7:16 am | Permalink

      Back in 1973 when David did a UK stadium tour, he was so energetic on stage in his infamous cat-suits. He did 2 shows per day, one at around 5pm and another at 8pm. We went to the earlier one. In those pre-internet days, we had to go and queue at the venue when tickets came on sale.
      His schedule was relentless. The media couldn’t get enough of him, he was hot property!
      No wonder he was exhausted by 1974.
      In post 2000 concerts, there was no warm up, just David for first and second half, lasting over 2 hours.

      • Yvonne Sheridan
        Posted December 15, 2017 at 4:18 pm | Permalink

        When I saw David in 1974 showwaddy were on before him as a warm up for us young screaming teenagers.

  246. Deb
    Posted December 15, 2017 at 12:09 am | Permalink

    You were our childhood sweetheart,our first love.You will always be that young handsome guy we all fell in love with,and hoped to someday meet.You will never be forgotten David Cassidy❤️❤️❤️

  247. Claire Ronan
    Posted December 15, 2017 at 5:10 pm | Permalink

    A lot of people on David’s face book page, comment on the necklace David’s often seen wearing, including in episodes of PF, made of pooka shells. I read or heard David made the necklace himself, while on holiday in Hawaii, but I’m not sure if this is correct.

  248. Posted December 15, 2017 at 8:11 pm | Permalink

    I am so grateful to have been go to six concerts of David. Here you are a link to a clip I took in Glasgow 2008. I got my ankle sprained and they took my plaster two weeks before. I travelled all the way from Spain and I don´t know how I managed to go just down stage but I did. The “Wow!!” look I got from David that night it really was worth.


    • Yvonne Sheridan
      Posted December 15, 2017 at 9:13 pm | Permalink

      Araceli Im so happy that in the end you got to see him,and all together six concerts travelling all the way from Spain to the UK,and wasn’t he worth it ,he gave so much joy,happiness excitement,and most importantly LOVE TO ALL HIS FANS HE MADE US FEEL SO SPECIAL your memories will last a lifetime.

    • Sandra
      Posted December 16, 2017 at 12:13 am | Permalink

      Thank you Araceli for telling us about your experience with David at his birthday party in 2011. How I also would have loved to have been there. It sounds like a dream come true, and also for your concert clip of David in 2008, he could really play guitar well. He was one in a million and I’m still grieving his untimely passing.

      Sydney, Australia

  249. Denice Kirth
    Posted December 16, 2017 at 12:04 am | Permalink

    Arcelia you had fun, David was fun, if we could get to see David, we got there, sprained leg and all, and you got up front, great. You and Yvonne are so nice. And very true David Cassidy fans, when you two post ,especially now you bring back a happy memory about David. Arcelia thanks for the nice reach out to my friend Felicia. We became pen pals , because we are true fans of David also, and we are friends, Felicia, is a very caring person. Arcelia thanks again for all your posts about David, Hi Yvonne, thanks for your post, and Claire thank you for your post on David’s pooka shell necklace, they did look good on him.

  250. Claire Ronan
    Posted December 16, 2017 at 12:44 pm | Permalink

    As well as David’s son, I will also think about his band over Christmas. David said they had become his second family. I think David was in awe of Craig’s musical talent, and was so proud of his musicians, he let them do solos during his shows – Frank on guitar,
    Craig on his keyboards. Terri is very unusual in that she is a female drummer. And she has a beautiful singing voice – when she sang – ‘Brass in Pocket’ by the Pretenders while David took over to show off his drumming skills!!

  251. barbara
    Posted December 16, 2017 at 2:06 pm | Permalink

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v5WVVYXNp1s this is one of the last interviews with David, a real super interview, where he thanks us fans, and i would like to take this opportunity to give a huge thank you to David, for giving me so much joy.

  252. Denice Kirth
    Posted December 16, 2017 at 3:16 pm | Permalink

    Thanks Barbara for sharing, it is a very important interview and a must watch for every David fan. It just takes you, and I’m still at a loss, he worked so so hard, and the only sense I can make, is his work on earth is done and he is resting in peace with his parents where it all began, I think after his mom passed and during her illness, he went into a deep place, and we don’t know what he was feeling. We know now he will never be in pain again. If he had to let him go, we all know he will never be hurt again. And that is what God and heaven means. And I believe David believed, and had religion, and the way he passed with family at his side, he had a beautiful send off.

    • barbara
      Posted December 16, 2017 at 7:37 pm | Permalink

      there were sad times in the last few years of David`s life where he lost his mother and friends in the music business, when i saw this clip it brought me nearer to David, and how he felt, its the best clip of David i have seen for a long time, i could sense his soul

  253. Claire Ronan
    Posted December 16, 2017 at 8:18 pm | Permalink

    Poor David was very ill at the time of this interview. All my love and concern is for him.

  254. Allyson
    Posted December 16, 2017 at 10:43 pm | Permalink

    David was a human who was perfect and yet imperfect in other wasys. He played Keith Patridge but was not Keith Patridge. As we grow older we realize and our eyes are opened. He brought so much joy ..:so his supposed words of “wasted time”..is something Im sure we can realize .. we all feel that way.. at some point. I saw him last concert 3/4/17 front row 5feet away small venue. He had a cold but was truly giving all he had, he always did. Very disappointed in people who are saying evil things he cannot defend himself. This, I suppose is the price of fame. He is now free of the demons & sleeps with angels.
    No one on this site of course.. spoke of evil but I am sickened but such individuals.
    David get some rest. You have worked harder than most at your very young age , you lived & loved and were loved. You will always be number one in my eyes. I saw you in your you and 3 times in the last year and a half. Talented beautiful soul I miss your spirit but you wasted nothing and left a legacy most cannot come close to. Blees your heart.


  255. Denice Kirth
    Posted December 17, 2017 at 12:54 am | Permalink

    Yes Barbara, you could sense David in that interview outlining it all for us on his whole career journey. Who did he say it to , All us fans, you can tell by a person’s eyes when you meet them, David had sincere eyes. Hi Felicia, when you feel up to, please post again. Stay strong and may peace be with you soon. Our pets are always in our hearts. I will write soon.

  256. Yvonne Sheridan
    Posted December 17, 2017 at 1:37 am | Permalink

    I think every fan should watch this full concert that Lucio,had kindly put on YouTube it has not had many views,I only came across it by accident,it was David at his very best funny,happy before his illness set in you will love it have a look. David Cassidy In Miami 2012 The Good Times. Thank you Lucio the whole video made my night and that’s how I like to remember David,can,t thank you enough Yvonne from Scotland.

  257. barbara
    Posted December 17, 2017 at 8:49 am | Permalink

    i was looking through the you-tube videos and have noticed videos which have not been aired in the past,lovely to see new footage, we have your music and you will never be forgotten, it has been lovely and an honor to be able to express all my views and maybe help over the past years, thank you . i know it is sad when someone dies i lost my dad this year on November 15th and then you passed away, you will always be in my thoughts.

  258. Posted December 17, 2017 at 8:59 am | Permalink

    David Cassidy will not be forgotten. It still
    is hard to believe a month later that he is gone.
    Gone too soon! I have been reading all the post.
    What caring and loving fans David still has.
    It’s too bad TV Land can’t run reruns of the
    Partridge Family in David’s memory. This
    website is like a breath of fresh air!

  259. Kelly
    Posted December 17, 2017 at 6:02 pm | Permalink

    It’s so hard to believe that it’s almost been a month since David died. The fact that he did die hasn’t completely sunken in yet. It doesn’t exactly make for a holly jolly Christmas, does it?

    Felicia, I am so sorry to hear about your kitty-cat. I have cats too, and I know how it feels when one of them gets sick and dies. It hurts. As with any death, time has a way of healing wounds.

    Just yesterday, I had a bit of a scare with one of my cats. Her name is Amanda, and she’s an adorable orange Maine Coon mix. I saw her in the yard yesterday, and this foamy drool was stringing out of her mouth. (My apologies if I grossed anyone out!) It worried me, so I kept an eye on her just to be sure she was okay. I fixed her a plate of canned cat food, and she licked her plate clean. I took that as a good sign. She would not be able to eat if she was sick. Later in the day, she ate some kibble like there was no tomorrow. Amanda is still doing well, and I am so relieved!

    I know everybody is still very sad about David, and I hope that things will get better soon. Hopefully, 2018 will be a much better year. I know that David will not be here in the year 2018 and beyond, but remembering the good times and keeping family close is very comforting.

    Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year everyone!

  260. Claire Ronan
    Posted December 17, 2017 at 8:46 pm | Permalink

    Yvonne – I saw your message on David’s face book page, that you are finding Christmas very difficult since David died. Please concentrate on your family, Christmas is often a very difficult time of year. Of course I don’t know, but feel sure David wouldn’t want you to be so unhappy.

    • Yvonne Sheridan
      Posted December 17, 2017 at 9:18 pm | Permalink

      Thank you Claire it’s just been one of those days,you have been so kind and that I thank you for. Many Thanks Yvonne.

  261. Claire Ronan
    Posted December 18, 2017 at 5:50 pm | Permalink

    Thank you to whoever put that beautiful Tony Romeo written for David PF song on David’s face book page. What can you say about that house!! WOW!!!

  262. Denice Kirth
    Posted December 18, 2017 at 8:01 pm | Permalink

    Tonight is Robin Robert’s special, the stars we lost in 2017; this show I am not looking forward to. I will be sad and most likely cry, when they show David, I cared alot about him , I will watch out of honor and respect for David Cassidy who most certainly made a IMPACT, all over the world. I will thank him again.

    • Kelly
      Posted December 18, 2017 at 8:17 pm | Permalink

      I might watch that too. It’s not just David’s death I’ve been mourning. Around the same time, we also lost Mel Tillis and Della Reese. Mel Tillis was still recording some great country songs in the 80’s when I was growing up, and I remember Della Reese as Tess on Touched By An Angel. We lost some great ones this year, including David Cassidy. Here’s hoping that 2018 will be a better year! I know that the celebs we lost this year won’t be with us, but we just have to remember that they are in a much better place.

  263. Kelly
    Posted December 18, 2017 at 8:24 pm | Permalink

    Amen, Denice!

  264. Denice Kirth
    Posted December 18, 2017 at 8:49 pm | Permalink

    I liked your post Kelly, it has just been so hard to process, losing David, hurt, hurt, hurt, nice to be able to come to this site, where we all feel the same, and to help one another to heal. You are nice and thank you for being nice to my friend Felicia.

  265. Ann Marie
    Posted December 19, 2017 at 5:09 am | Permalink

    The in memoriam show was on tonight on ABC. I was so happy to see David’s picture as part of the advertisement for the show, along with Tom Petty and Mary Tyler Moore and the great Don Rickles, and Glen Campbell! I wished David Cassidy’s segment was as long as the others, but I’m still happy that he was one of the stars they showcased.

    I still need some closure though. I really hope that they do a documentary about David Cassidy’s life . . . Danny Bonaduce mentioned that David wanted to do something and asked Danny if he would participate, to which Danny said, “anything you need, pal.” Of course sadly it didn’t happen. Wouldn’t it be nice if his brothers put something together?

  266. richard l.daub
    Posted December 19, 2017 at 5:55 am | Permalink

    david cassidy was is and always will be my greatist of all male singers. his voice was a gift from god.he sang some of the best tunes written by very prolific writers including songs he wrote himself.i loved all the songs he sang on the pf show and pf albums,but the 2 1972 solo albums really were the heart and core of his popularity as the most gorgeous teen idols ever.i really loved cherish and the rock me baby lps.i felt when he sang each song on these two gems he was singing to me……his music was every bit as good as people like performer’s the carpenter’s,bread,elton john,james taylor,etc far from bubblegum.he was a true pop artist that had soul,rhytum,he could rock you and steal your heart away with song for a rainy day,lonely too long,go now,soft as a summer shower,my first night alone with out you.he was so fantastic and had drive in the song all i wanna do is touch you.what a voice ,what great songs ,what a beautiful, handsome sexy prince he was multi talented…..rest in piece my beloved david…im holding on to all my poster book’s records,etc i will for ever keep your memory alive…move over elvis there is another king of rock in the heavans if elvis is the king than david is the prince…i love you from a longtime fan,richard

    • Posted December 21, 2017 at 10:38 pm | Permalink

      Richard, l could talk forever about David, his music ,voice, memories and the concerts where his ‘ Cassidy live ‘ album for me was better than Peter Framptons famous live album a couple of years later. But what you said about the ‘ Rock me Baby’ album in particular was exactly the way l felt about it and still do. I’ve seen my other idols, Rod Stewart, Marvin Gaye, Roachford. Love Boz Scaggs, Bee Gees, Joe Coker but it was always David Cassidy, the man with the golden voice.

      • richard l.daub
        Posted December 22, 2017 at 3:07 am | Permalink

        im so glad there are so many fans on here john ! he had such an impact that has lasted decades….im still awestruck when i see him smile, sing on the dvd 4 seasons of the partridge family.he was the most attracive teen idol with a voice,perfect in every way that was captured in his music back then.he was so good his music was magic .his appearances on talk shows,the dating game,fbi,mod squad among others was proof he was very versitile in acting .one of my treasured 16 magazine posters i have of david is the infamous shirtless one from june 1971 issue with his thumbs tucked in belt looking sexy as ever.do you have that poster too?do you have alot of poster’s and pinups?

        • Posted December 23, 2017 at 5:39 pm | Permalink

          No mate, for me as with all my other favourite artists, it was just the music but with David Cassidy by far mine, and even my children’s favourite, both having been subjected to him for years.

  267. Posted December 19, 2017 at 5:57 pm | Permalink

    Well said Richard.

  268. Claire Ronan
    Posted December 19, 2017 at 6:16 pm | Permalink

    Just saw the interview David did with Joe Pavia in 1991, on David’s face book page. Joe Pavia was asked not to mention PF! But David seemed very good natured during the interview when talking about it. This was a period when David was trying to launch new music, so naturally he wanted to concentrate on this, without the PF constantly looming large in the background. I think later on, David seemed more than happy talking about the PF and his radio interviews prove he had lots of funny stories to tell, like Tracy having trouble on the triangle. But going on to say how lovely Tracy was!!

  269. Denice Kirth
    Posted December 19, 2017 at 7:31 pm | Permalink

    I watched the Robin Robert’s special last night on the stars we lost in 2017. A special thank you to Robin and all who participated, in honor of each star lost. Just a beautiful tribute to each we lost. They will never be forgotten. Thank you Maureen McCormick, and you just touched my heart on how you spoke of David, you did make David’s memorian special because you felt like one of us, and David would be grateful with gratitude, for your kindness in his memory.

    • Kelly
      Posted December 19, 2017 at 7:44 pm | Permalink

      I missed that TV special! I know I said I was going to watch it, and I missed it. My cousin and I went Christmas shopping yesterday, and I was so tired after getting home, I fell asleep on the couch. Does anybody know if there’s a video of it on YouTube? I’d live to see it.

      • Judy A
        Posted December 19, 2017 at 9:38 pm | Permalink

        Think this is it , on You Tube as The Year In Memoriam 2017- David is featured at 37mins. x

    • Posted December 20, 2017 at 7:25 pm | Permalink

      Oh God, I am still not ready to see him in a Memoriam… Still so hard to accept that tomorrow will be one month since he left us… Still so sad for Christmas… Still so sad for everything 🙁

      • Yvonne Sheridan
        Posted December 20, 2017 at 8:04 pm | Permalink

        Hi Araceli,I feel the same as you right now I cannot let go,he was my saviour growing up and the love of my life Yvonne.

  270. Christine
    Posted December 20, 2017 at 4:29 am | Permalink

    Dear David’s Family ,

    Whenever I think of David I think of the movie it’s a” Wonderful Life”, about a man who lost hope and didn’t realize how many lives he touched and how he made a difference. It is a story of love , faith, forgiveness and courage. I wonder if David realized how much he was loved. Your a beautiful angel David looking down on us all.

    Love you always David……

    • Kelly
      Posted December 20, 2017 at 4:41 am | Permalink

      Beautifully put, Christine!

    • Jan B
      Posted December 20, 2017 at 6:49 am | Permalink

      I’m sure David knew how much he was loved and in some ways it was a hard cross to bear, in so much as, normal life ended with the fame from PF.
      His gorgeous looks were in a way a curse to him because he felt the music industry didn’t take him seriously enough as a musician – just a teen idol/pin-up.
      His longevity in the spot-light would not have happened based on good looks alone and was testament to his enormous talent.

      The more I listen to his music, the more I realise what a one-off voice he had.

  271. Posted December 20, 2017 at 7:10 am | Permalink

    David Cassidy, God bless your soul! I am
    officially leaving this website . To all the fans
    who have communicated with me , thank you
    for your kind words. David is gone, I accept
    this. No more be said. I have to move on!
    May David Bruce Cassidy Rest In Peace!

    • Margaret Staadt
      Posted December 20, 2017 at 8:43 am | Permalink

      You’ve been a great contributor to the site, but you’ve got much bigger fish to fry, as the saying goes. I am glad we met here. We’ll stay in touch on Facebook. Try to have a good Christmas, my friend.

      • Kelly
        Posted December 20, 2017 at 7:08 pm | Permalink

        Felicia, what you said makes perfect sense. At some point, with any death, whether it’s the death of a family member (a person or a pet), the death of a friend, or the death of a celebrity you’ve been a fan of for many years, you need to reach the point where you can say that you will always love and miss this person/pet, but (s)he is in Heaven now, and you have to move on with your own life.

        Reading your post made me realize that it’s time for me to move on, as well. I will always miss David Cassidy and I will always be a huge fan. I will still be watching The Partridge Family and listening to that great music, both from The Partridge Family albums and David Cassidy’s solo albums. David’s life in this world is over and he is in Heaven with Jesus. But my life in this world is still going on, and I am going to focus on the things that are going on in my life, like my Dad with his illness, and his impending death.

        Felicia, you and you family are in my prayers. Everybody here is is my prayers. I love you all, and I feel like I have made some good friends on this website. I wish I had started posting here when David was still with us, though. What a great time that must have been!

        I love all of you, and God bless! And to David Cassidy, I am forever a fan. Enjoy Heaven, and I’ll see you there when my time comes. As you always said at the end of your messages, Happy Trails!

  272. Sheila Owens
    Posted December 20, 2017 at 9:49 pm | Permalink

    Still miss David and I am still saddened by his death. Beautiful comments above from all his fans. He was so special to us all and is missed so much. I am trying to move on but still in this bubble. Reading the lovely comments above makes me smile.

  273. Denice Kirth
    Posted December 20, 2017 at 10:11 pm | Permalink

    Christian you are a cheer, what you just posted was so beautifully said. The whole and each word. Best post, just because that was David’s life, and he is a angel. And if he’s not a angel , David is a saint. He never left us fans, till God’s calling.

  274. Denice Kirth
    Posted December 20, 2017 at 10:30 pm | Permalink

    Hi Felicia, what’s going on , that does not sound like you, I’m confused, and now another loss. Everyone liked you and your posts. I know your going through alot, I still am very sad, over David, I know he’s gone, but why him? Just why? We must not close him out. We need to share and enjoy all he left us with. And Tabby’s up there, not wanting you to be sad, she reunited with her buddy, and there playing together and she’s happy. Please let me know what’s going on, or what happened? You did a great job, and we’re a loving mom to tabby. Losing David has really hurt, life will go on, and David is resting in peace. They were nice enough to have his site open, to be there for eachother. Just please let me know if anything is wrong? And if you are okay? What’s the bigger fish you got to fry?

    • Margaret Staadt
      Posted December 20, 2017 at 11:13 pm | Permalink

      She lost her mom on Sunday, just two days after the cat. She went to California.

  275. Denice Kirth
    Posted December 20, 2017 at 10:51 pm | Permalink

    Arcelia and Yvonne, I will never move on, it can’t happen that fast, you girls are just so nice. But I know in my heart he is not on earth. I agree with Felicia, we must move on, we still have to live our lives and David would of wanted that for everyone. In this process , for me and everyone I will always have a happy thought and enjoy all he left us. David is in his home of eternity, and we must have faith in God. David loved his grandparents, they took good care of him up till age of 11. They made nice memories for him. There reunited now. And his parents, so David is not alone. Let’s remember all the good David did, and anyone who was and is a fan of David Cassidy let’s carry a bit of David with us on a daily basis, and show kindness to others.

  276. Claire Ronan
    Posted December 20, 2017 at 11:08 pm | Permalink

    Enjoyed the show – on David’s face book page – David and Danny performing at Carefree Theatre, West Palm Beach. Amazing intro by Danny, amazing DC vocals!! Loved watching Danny when David challenged him to play bass!! I thought he was great!

  277. Denice Kirth
    Posted December 21, 2017 at 1:39 am | Permalink

    O no , now I feel real sad, thank you so much Margaret, I was really worrying. My thoughts for her and her family. If you reach her please tell her I am so sorry. Margaret I thank you again, cause I was worrying, Felicia is a very nice person, and she is a dear friend to me, I just not knowing, hope she got there okay.

    • Margaret Staadt
      Posted December 21, 2017 at 1:58 pm | Permalink

      You’re welcome, Denice. I’m glad the cat went before the mom did since taking care of the cat whenever she went to California was a problem. Sorry I got the timing of the trip wrong. Well, she’s back on here, so all is well with ya’ll.

  278. Denice Kirth
    Posted December 21, 2017 at 1:44 am | Permalink

    Felicia if you get this post, my thoughts are with you and your family. I’m very sorry to hear about your mom.

  279. Posted December 21, 2017 at 2:51 am | Permalink

    Hi Denice,
    I got discouraged , because every time I posted
    something to you it got pulled. I am hyper sensitive
    with the loss of my cat and now my mom is gone.
    I will give the website one more chance. I will
    always love David and his fans. So Denice, Kelly
    and Margaret I am back! Kelly I liked your post.
    Denice and Margaret thank you for your friendship
    and thankyou for your support!

    • Margaret Staadt
      Posted December 21, 2017 at 1:52 pm | Permalink

      Oops, I got the timing of your trip wrong. Anyway, you do have a lot of support from fans.

    • Posted December 21, 2017 at 7:48 pm | Permalink

      Sorry to hear the sad news about your Mom, Felicia. Please, accept my sincerest condolences. Big hug ♥

    • Yvonne Sheridan
      Posted December 21, 2017 at 8:43 pm | Permalink

      So sorry to hear the news about your mum,take care and know we are all thinking about you at this sad time Love Yvonne.

  280. richard l.daub
    Posted December 21, 2017 at 8:30 am | Permalink


    • Posted December 21, 2017 at 11:11 pm | Permalink

      Richard, l’ve replied to your last post on your first post.

      • richard l.daub
        Posted December 23, 2017 at 2:37 am | Permalink

        merry christmas and happy new year too you john daly and all the david fans on here….john u or any one up for pen pals let me know!

  281. richard l.daub
    Posted December 21, 2017 at 8:35 am | Permalink


  282. Yvonne Sheridan
    Posted December 21, 2017 at 11:45 am | Permalink

    I would like to wish everyone on this website a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. And Jane a special thanks to you for the effort you put into keep this site up and running.

  283. Posted December 21, 2017 at 1:03 pm | Permalink

    Dear Denice,
    I am worried about you, feel better! I had a bad
    moment when I said I was leaving the website.
    I am back. Please give yourself a hug. I cherish
    our friendship! This website is a safe haven for
    all of us David Cassidy fans who want to express
    them selves. I read all your post, and I know you
    really do care about me. I am going to a Christmas
    party today. My sister texted me that she got my
    airplane ticket. She is going to call me today
    with the info. Thank you for the Christmas gifts.
    To whomever runs this website just know that us
    fans love David. We like to console one another
    on this website, so thank you for providing this
    service to the fans. Kelly I was touched by your
    post. Denice your the best friend a person
    could ask for. I have 2 letters sent out to you.
    And a third one in the works. Merry Christmas!

  284. Claire Ronan
    Posted December 21, 2017 at 1:30 pm | Permalink

    Felicia – please don’t feel hurt if you once got deleted. You maybe put in a post which was straying too far off David! Everyone’s put something or other which has gone a bit wrong!

  285. Denice Kirth
    Posted December 21, 2017 at 2:52 pm | Permalink

    Hi Felicia, I was very very worried, you have been through so much. Anyone here knows how much you truly carried about David, you were very worried about him being overworked, and I did see your thought ,and you were right, you are one of the truest David Cassidy fans, I wish I would of known you years ago, cause sister somehow I would of found a way for you to meet him., and we would of took Arcelia, Yvonne, and Margaret , and Claire, and Barbara, and Kelly with us. We are here in the first place for David, it’s unusual Felicia we are old fashion and we are pen pals, but it has been fun. In life there are down moments and losing David felt like a rock it me, pushed me so hard down, and if we didn’t have this modern technology, which I crashed course to be here awhile ago, during this difficult time, who would I have to mourn with. David really did have a large and the biggest gathering of the best fans in the world. And he was the best. I did have a surprise for you fans, I’m not sure where it is, I don’t want to interfere, see what happens. Felicia, my true thoughts are with you. Your strength will get stronger, through all that has happened, may your mom be resting in peace. We have to take eachday in are own lives, and make it a blessed day. Let’s all be thankful we can be here for each other. May today be the start of a new day, and more friendships be made here. John Daly you are a true David Cassidy fan, thanks for your posts.

    • Posted December 21, 2017 at 11:05 pm | Permalink

      Denice, thank you, l do consider myself a genuine fan of David since the early 70s, and seeing him in concert at Manchester City FC ground in 74 .
      David has given me years and years of pleasure in listening to his music. His voice the very best, his songs the very best, the soundtrack of my life.

  286. Posted December 21, 2017 at 6:14 pm | Permalink

    Dear fans ,
    I specifically want to thank you Denice for caring
    so much about me, it is heart felt. Claire thank you
    for your heart felt post. Margaret and Kelly
    thank you for your lovely post and thank you
    for your concern. I want everybody to know I
    will be on a plane to California next week for
    2 weeks. Our mission as fans is to keep loving
    David Cassidy and keep his memory alive!
    As Denice said so nicely may many more
    friendships be formed on this website.
    Kelly how is your dad doing? Everybody I want
    to wish you a merry Christmas and a happy
    new year! God bless all my friends!

    • Posted December 21, 2017 at 7:58 pm | Permalink

      Have a safe trip, Felicia. Enjoy your staying in California.

    • Kelly
      Posted December 21, 2017 at 9:18 pm | Permalink

      Hi Felicia,

      Unfortunately, my Dad is not doing well. It hurts so much to see him going through all this stuff with his health, especially at Christmastime. He will be missed by so many when his time comes!

      Words cannot express how sorry I am about the death of your Mom and the death of Tabby. What a terrible thing to go through. My heart goes out to you and your family.

      You’re right. We need to keep David Cassidy’s memory alive. I know his family and friends are still in mourning, and so are his fans. I am doing the best I can to move on from the grief, and at the same time, remember David by listening to his music and seeing his work as an actor. I am forever a fan, and there will always be a void that cannot be filled by anybody. David Cassidy was one of a kind, and he can never, ever be replaced. At the same time, I can honestly say that Beau and Katie Cassidy have definitely inherited David’s talent. Katie has proven herself as a talented actress, and Beau has a promising future ahead of him as a musician and actor. I know David would be proud.

      Hopefully soon, we’ll all get through the heartache of losing David, and the deaths and impending deaths of loved ones in our own lives. If we just remember to put Christ first, things will get better. He will help us get through this.

  287. Denice Kirth
    Posted December 22, 2017 at 4:17 am | Permalink

    Hi John, thank you for your post, you have great memories, I wish I could of been at one of those concerts, but I wasn’t,so it is nice to share stories. David gave us so much, and just beening here talking about all he achieved, he was just one talent, we the fans will never forget. I like how you said his voice, there is no other like him. John we the fans are here together.David loved us all, I believe he really did.

  288. Denice Kirth
    Posted December 22, 2017 at 4:41 am | Permalink

    Hi Felicia, was so nice of you to say, it’s been difficult, without eachother, and each David Cassidy fan, here to help, what can I say, how wonderful it has been to look back at David Cassidy life, so much ,and we can share in those good times, David memories are forever with us fans. Felicia, you been through alot, get some rest, get ready for your trip, stay strong, everything will get better. Kelly sorry to hear about your dad. This website has done so much to outline David’s career. It’s all here, done beautifully , this website is the best, and Jane has worked so hard , and we the fans are blessed to have someone as nice as Jane. I know David is at peace. We will always be a David Cassidy fan.

  289. Posted December 22, 2017 at 7:08 am | Permalink

    Dear Denice,
    I finally got my airplane ticket to California.
    I leave on my trip on December 26. I have a
    6 am flight, I am gone for 2 weeks. I come back
    on January 7 th . It will be like a family reunion.
    The last time my 3 brothers and 2 sisters and
    myself we’re together was Christmas of 1996.
    This will be a healing process for my whole
    family to be together. Thank you Denice for
    the beautiful post. I want to also thank Margaret,
    Kelly, Araceli, Claire, Yvonne for your concern
    and for your heart felt post. You all have made
    a difference in my life in this difficult time!

    • Margaret Staadt
      Posted December 22, 2017 at 4:51 pm | Permalink

      You’re welcome, sweetie. This would be a good time to get a family portrait made. Some of my family’s biggest turnouts for pictures was when people came together for funerals. That’s commonly how it goes. Take care, my friend. Merry Christmas.

  290. Doris Golz
    Posted December 22, 2017 at 1:52 pm | Permalink

    It is one month ago now and I am still crying whenever I listen to
    one of David’s songs or watch one of the live DVD’s. My thoughts
    and wishes are with Beau and Katie and the Cassidy family and
    band members at this very sad time during the holiday season.
    Many thanks to Teri Coté for her tribute, she spoke from my heart.

  291. Chris Raftery
    Posted December 22, 2017 at 3:52 pm | Permalink

    I’m new to the website. Finding comfort with others who loved David. It is wonderful to see so many caring and supportive people continuing to showcase his talent and keep his memory alive. He was golden; talented, handsome, beautiful voice, thoughtful and a spectacular entertainer who loved his fans.

    • Yvonne Sheridan
      Posted December 23, 2017 at 9:53 pm | Permalink

      Welcome to David,s website everyone here is true David fans and we all love and care for each other.

  292. Denice Kirth
    Posted December 22, 2017 at 5:12 pm | Permalink

    Felicia, that sounds wonderful, you will all be together, your mom will happily be looking down on her beautiful family. What a great way to start the new year off. I have a idea and I’m wondering if you would like it,David Cassidy has a world of fans, some who might be shy about joining all of us here, so let’s let them know we would love for them to post a tribute to David, and join all of us here on David’s website. Jane has worked so hard to perfect all the great memories of David Cassidy, and I’m sure she’s not done, I feel Jane is a friend to us all. Now here is another idea Felicia, how would you feel if in my next letter sometime after you get back from California, I include my phone no. And we finally get to talk. We can still write letters, but I think it would be nice to have a cup of coffee and finally get a nice talk in. No pressure, I’ll let you think about it, we will still be pen pals, you are one of the most wonderful ,caring person I know. Your a true loving fan of David Cassidy, and you will always be. This way if we take the risk and talk on the phone, it will give other fans a chance to join the website, but I will still post, and you still post, cause we are David Cassidy fans forever.

  293. Denice Kirth
    Posted December 22, 2017 at 5:17 pm | Permalink

    Yes Margret, idea is great since 1996, family portrait in 2017,very nice. Margaret you really have good ideas.

  294. Posted December 22, 2017 at 5:35 pm | Permalink

    Yes Denice , I would like your phone
    number. Send it to me in a letter. I will
    call you when I get back from California.
    I would love to talk to you on the phone.
    When I do call you I will give you my
    phone number. Excellent idea! I have
    unlimited talk. My phone bill is the
    same amount every month. Merry
    christmas Denice! I am on my way to
    pick up Tabby’s ashes . Margaret I like
    your idea of a family photo.

  295. Claire Ronan
    Posted December 22, 2017 at 8:55 pm | Permalink

    I love the concert footage when David ‘challenged’ Danny Bonaduce to actually play the bass guitar! I didn’t realise Danny went so far as to dress up in one of his original PF outfits. However, as David points out, he’s not wearing the right outfit – he’s wearing the red velvet and frilly fronted shirt which was Shirley’s outfit! Never the less, I think Danny looked pretty impressive playing the bass for the first time! I remember I always thought Danny was great in the PF. He was a very natural actor and he was only 12!

  296. Posted December 22, 2017 at 11:33 pm | Permalink

    I got Tabby’s ashes today, what a beautiful urn.
    Tabby came home today. I am at peace. I thank
    the David Cassidy website for saving my sanity.
    Denice you are a dear friend. As soon as I get
    back from California and we exchange phone
    numbers we will be only a phone call away from
    each other. I want you to come visit me this
    summer. I got a lot to look forward to and a lot
    to be thankful for. We still will post. I thank
    David Cassidy for us becoming friends!

  297. Margaret Staadt
    Posted December 23, 2017 at 12:23 am | Permalink

    Here’s a good recap of David’s journey:


  298. Denice Kirth
    Posted December 23, 2017 at 12:47 am | Permalink

    David Cassidy would be happy for us, I will send my phone no,and a letter and be there when you get back. And I can’t wait to visit in the summer. Glad Tabby’s at peace, and at home. Everything will be okay, Each fan here is special, David always said it was about the fans, what would we have done without eachother. Felicia Merry Christmas, and have a nice time with your family, we will have alot to talk about on the phone. To all the fans here, thank you for all of your posts, each fan is special and each posts means how special David’s memory is to them. And we also shared our stories, whoever think in the 1970s we would all be here together. David left us so many happy memories, to enjoy, I will always miss him, but I will enjoy what he left us with. And he left us all here together, each one of you are special and I want to say Merry Christmas to you.

  299. Denice Kirth
    Posted December 23, 2017 at 1:32 am | Permalink

    Thank you Margaret, I just watched , David telling it in his own words. David’s talent survived, David Cassidy talent will live on. Thanks again Margaret.

  300. Posted December 23, 2017 at 2:18 am | Permalink

    Thank you Margaret, just finished watching
    tribute to David Cassidy. It told the true story
    of who he really was. I see now he struggled
    with so many girls idolizing him. He just wanted
    to be a normal guy.

    • Margaret Staadt
      Posted December 24, 2017 at 4:32 am | Permalink

      You’re welcome, Denice and Felicia. We’re remembering our man.

  301. Sian Steed
    Posted December 23, 2017 at 4:38 am | Permalink

    My beautiful memory of David Cassidy is of him sitting on the edge of the stage to sing I AM A CLOWN. This was in London in 1973. Although David evidently had a hard and wild edge to his character and would have liked to have been a rock star I think this sad sad song sums up David’s life. I loved him. R.I.P. David: I wanted you. Sian Steed, England.

    • Ann Marie
      Posted December 23, 2017 at 11:10 pm | Permalink

      I AM A CLOWN is a beautiful song. And there’s a cry in David’s voice when he sings it. It’s perfection. I don’t know if it’s a coincidence or not, probably is a coincidence. . . but words sort of remind me of David Cassidy and what he was going through in the 70s at the height of his fame. He received all this love from people and always felt unworthy of it. He would think to himself – do they love me or do they love Keith Partridge? There was a real person behind the mask of Keith Partridge. Just like there’s a real person behind the “clown makeup”. “Sometimes I feel I’ve been lost in a side show.” “Tell me you love me, make me real.”
      You were very much real David Cassidy, and we loved YOU!

  302. Posted December 23, 2017 at 7:30 pm | Permalink

    Merry Christmas in Heaven, my sweet man. I made this for you ♥


    • Yvonne Sheridan
      Posted December 23, 2017 at 7:54 pm | Permalink

      Araceli this is just beautiful ,I love it but once more the tears are flowing down my face.Christmas this year knowing David is not with us is very difficult. The thought of knowing I will never have the privilege of seeing again just breaks my heart. I know in my heart he is pain free,and in a much happier place that’s what keeps me going such a BIG part of my life.

      • Posted December 23, 2017 at 8:50 pm | Permalink

        Thank you, Yvonne… Yes, we all share the same feelings… And so we are here for each other, is such a beautiful friendship the one David always generated between his fans.
        Love to all ♥

    • Kelly
      Posted December 23, 2017 at 11:55 pm | Permalink

      That video was just beautiful, Araceli. I got misty-eyed watching it and hearing that beautiful song. It’s been a little over a month since David died and it’s still hard to believe he’s gone. The one thing that’s helping me through this is knowing that David was spared the advanced stages of dementia. I know he was worried about that. He is in Heaven now, and God knew when his dying day would be long before any of us did. In a way, the fact that David passed away at age 67 is really kind of a blessing. If he had passed away several years from now, it would have been much worse. Dementia does terrible things to a person, and I thank God that David was spared that. As much as I love David and as much as I miss him, it comforts me to know that he is in a place where there is no pain, sorrow, or illness of any kind.

      • Margaret Staadt
        Posted December 24, 2017 at 4:33 am | Permalink

        Absolutely! It was perfectly timed.

        • Posted December 25, 2017 at 8:58 pm | Permalink

          Glad you all enjoyed… I made it with all my heart.
          Two nights ago I found a white feather in the street and today another beautiful one. They said when you find one, an angel is not so far from there. I know David is still with me.
          Merry Christmas ♥

          • Margaret Staadt
            Posted December 31, 2017 at 12:34 am | Permalink

            Araceli, I stumbled across a white feather today just a few minutes after I’d read your post about them. I was shocked. David and I had never met, so it made me wonder whether there was any significance to it when it comes to David signaling me through angels. Odd experience it was, because of the timing.

    • Allyson
      Posted December 24, 2017 at 9:44 pm | Permalink

      Wow ❣️

    • Sandra Gillman
      Posted January 4, 2018 at 4:50 pm | Permalink

      So, so beautiful Areceli. Thank you.

  303. Yvonne Sheridan
    Posted December 23, 2017 at 10:46 pm | Permalink

    5 years ago today your mother passed,you were never the same.You were taken to early from us but as we cry and mourn you passing,your Mum and Dad were waiting for you with open arms at those pearly gates. They put their arms around you and once more you were together a family reunited. God bless you my lovely man while on this earth you brought,love,happiness into so many people’s lives YOUR NOW AT PEACE LOVE YOU FOREVER GOODNIGHT AND GOODBYE TILL WE MEET AGAIN.

    • Posted December 25, 2017 at 8:59 pm | Permalink

      Really sad… That one had to be such an horrible Christmas for David… Both his parents passed in December. God Bless all of them ♥

  304. Claire Ronan
    Posted December 23, 2017 at 11:20 pm | Permalink

    It was interesting to read about David when he put on ‘The Rat Pack is Back.’ David was the director and co-writer. It was a very clever idea. He was strict with the cast and audience, expecting his audience to snap their fingers in time. It was a show and dinner, so they all immediately put down their knives and forks and got snapping! I think if you were playing an instrument in David’s backing band, you would be expected to step up to the plate!

  305. Kelly
    Posted December 24, 2017 at 1:03 am | Permalink

    Remember that old gospel hymn,”Peace In The Valley?” That song just popped into my head a little while ago. That song had always been comforting to me. I guess thinking about David’s passing just brought that song to mind. Just thought I’d share.

  306. Denice Kirth
    Posted December 24, 2017 at 3:18 am | Permalink

    Yvonne , beautiful , yes David is reunited with his mom,and Dad, and his wonderful grandparents, who he spoke highly of. David we miss you , and we understand, and David we will always love you. Rest in peace our Love.

  307. Christi Raftery
    Posted December 24, 2017 at 5:29 am | Permalink

    Thank you for the welcome to David’s website. I’m so happy to have found like minds and hearts. How emotional to look at David’s photos and videos. I have been deeply touched by him, not only his talent but his wisdom and warmth. I miss him so much.
    Love to everyone at this time of sharing. Merry Christmas (from Chicago).

  308. Sandra
    Posted December 24, 2017 at 7:17 am | Permalink

    It is now Christmas Eve and I am thinking of David, what an amazingly talented and beautiful man both inside and out and how much I miss him. It is hard never again being able to send him a Christmas message and still feeling so sad about his passing. Araceli, I love your tribute to David, it is exactly how I feel. I’m also thinking of David’s family and friends, it will be a very sad Christmas this year for them. I wish you Jane a Happy Christmas and thank you for everything you do on this website and also wish all David’s fans a Happy Christmas.

    Dear David, how I wish you were still here with us, I miss you terribly. I’m only comforted that you aren’t suffering any more. Thinking of and loving you always.

    Sydney, Australia

    • Posted December 25, 2017 at 9:12 pm | Permalink

      Thank you, Sandra… Last night I flied a white balloon with a message inside for David… You can´t believe how comforting it was for me. It was like David really got that message, I felt so blessed. I love him so much ♥

      • Sandra
        Posted December 27, 2017 at 6:36 am | Permalink

        Hi Araceli,

        That’s a lovely thing to do and I’m glad it gave you some comfort. David’s at peace now and that’s my only comfort since his passing. I, also, love David so much. Hope you had a happy Christmas.

        Sydney, Australia

  309. Madeleine
    Posted December 24, 2017 at 8:02 am | Permalink

    Thinking of you David, on this almost silent night God Bless…

  310. Posted December 24, 2017 at 1:17 pm | Permalink

    Araceli, I watched your video. What a beautiful
    tribute to David! Thank you for making it!

  311. Judy A
    Posted December 24, 2017 at 3:42 pm | Permalink

    Sending special thoughts this Christmas to David’s nearest and dearest.
    Hope everyone has a good Xmas, thanks as ever to Jane and remembering David with much love. xx

  312. Gillian Hull
    Posted December 24, 2017 at 4:45 pm | Permalink

    Thinking of Beau and all the Cassidy family and sending love ❤

  313. Yvonne Sheridan
    Posted December 24, 2017 at 6:46 pm | Permalink

    My daughter and I have just watched the DVD 2002 of David in Glasgow with the tears flowing but in a good way.Then my daughter said Mum that was just the same as my cousin who was on Top Of The Pops same year, he,s just an ordinary guy,it brought back such good memories of my nephew,how they found out where he stayed is a mystery,they would come to my door and if he was home,I would phone him without them knowing he would come to mine and to see their faces when he appeared was a delight. Down to earth guy just like my nephew.

  314. Isabel Irwin
    Posted December 24, 2017 at 7:02 pm | Permalink

    My thoughts and prayers are with Davids family and friends hoas they spend their first Christmas without him.Araceli you tribute to David was beautiful,and the song made me cry.I am finding it hard to watch videos and listen to David singing without crying.Thank you Jane for keeping this website open. I find comfort reading all the messages from other fans of David as they know exactly how i am feeling, and understand why we get so upset.David was a very special person and i will never forget him.Sending love to all Davids fans and enjoy Christmas with you families.
    Isabel Belfast N.Ireland.

  315. Claire Ronan
    Posted December 24, 2017 at 8:22 pm | Permalink

    David was on UK BBC television this Christmas Eve! TOTP’s from 1973 – singing ‘Daydreamer.’ Beautiful footage of David wandering around Kew Gardens in London, looking thoughtful, possibly daydreaming!

    • Doreen Walker
      Posted December 25, 2017 at 10:07 am | Permalink

      Lovely to see the footage, but it is not Kew Gardens, it is Syon Park in London that David is wandering around.

  316. James F Pearl
    Posted December 25, 2017 at 2:37 am | Permalink

    I was watching the episode of the Partridge Family on TV where they were celebrating Christmas in the ghost town where the bus broke down. It brought back great memories of yesterday’s gone by. As we reflect and remember our memories of David, lets us not forget Ruben Kincaid played by Dave Madden and Tracy played by Susan Crough. Lets keep them all in our thoughts and prayers. Because that show brought families together all over the world together on Friday nights and taught us that nobody wins unless everybody wins and that to me is what I believe the true definition of family is all about. So Merry Christmas to all and all a good night…Respectfully from a Day Dream Believer from Bayonne, New Jersey…Jimmy Pearl

    • Allyson
      Posted December 25, 2017 at 4:59 pm | Permalink

      Weel said.

  317. richard l.daub
    Posted December 25, 2017 at 4:06 am | Permalink

    well said jimmy! i agree totally.i love the christmas episode also…..one of the many great pf episodes.46 years ago around this time the partridge family christmas card album was a big hit.to go back to a better time like that christmas,1971 music was better tv was better going to the movies was better and having david and the pf on fridays at night was even better.46 years ago tonight we would ve never thought here we would be losing the greatist and hottest teen idol and singer as we all share our sadness and our joy of what this man gave us.cherish is the word i use to describe david.thank god for david his music,all the beautiful portraits,poster’s and things to hold onto forever and the pf show….but most of all this website .god bless and merry christmas to all the fans here.

  318. Christine
    Posted December 25, 2017 at 4:55 am | Permalink

    Dear David’s Family,

    I hope you find joy and comfort this holiday and know how much we all loved David and will miss him dearly. Best wishes to you Sue and your son Beau, and Katie. Take care and have a Merry Christmas…please stay in touch….

    Love Christine

  319. Doreen Walker
    Posted December 25, 2017 at 10:03 am | Permalink

    Thinking of you David, will always miss you, but you wil always have a place in my heart and will not be forgotten.

    Sending best wishes to Beau, Sue, Shaun, Patrick, Ryan, Shirley, Katie and all of the David’s family and friends at Christmas time. Also Merry Christmas to Jane and the Web Team and thank you for the great job you do with this website. Plus Merry Christmas to all David’s fans

  320. Judy Nagle
    Posted December 25, 2017 at 5:25 pm | Permalink

    Thank you David for bringing so much joy,love and happiness to all of us while you were here on Earth, I miss you very much but am comforted that you are now with your family and free of pain and suffering. Thinking of Sue, Beau and all of your family today at Christmas, will keep you and all the great memories of you in my heart forever. And blessings and Merry Christmas to all of David’s fans, a very special group of people.
    Love, Judy

  321. Claire Ronan
    Posted December 25, 2017 at 7:37 pm | Permalink

    David on BBC TOTP’s Christmas Eve, wandering around Syon Park in London. (Not Kew Gardens.) Hoped they might show the TOTP’s footage of David at Heathrow Airport, a special guest in a white suit. Twelve hours flying to the UK, three minutes singing, twelve hours flying home, then straight back to work on the PF!! I used to think David’s singing at Heathrow was so good, it must’ve been recorded, but it wasn’t!

  322. Posted December 25, 2017 at 11:01 pm | Permalink

    David Cassidy may you be having a good day
    in Heaven on this Christmas Day! You went to
    soon! You will always be loved. I am a dedicated
    fan that will love you forever! I hope that all
    of David’s fans have had a blessed day on this
    Christmas Day! God bless to all!

  323. Ann Marie
    Posted December 25, 2017 at 11:33 pm | Permalink

    Praying for the comfort of the Cassidy family on their first Christmas without David.

  324. Kelly
    Posted December 26, 2017 at 2:26 am | Permalink

    My thoughts have been with everyone on this Christmas Day, including David Cassidy’s family and friends, and of course David Cassidy. My Mom bought me a DVD collection of The Partridge Family for Christmas—all 96 episodes! I haven’t watched that show in ages. Some years ago, our VCR went on the blink, and I haven’t been able to watch the Partridge Family episodes I taped when the show was on Nick At Night. It was so great to watch that show again! The only sad thing was, it made me miss David Cassidy that much more. I guess I’ve been remembering him in his Keith Partridge days, with his shaggy, dark brown, shoulder-length hair, puka shell necklace, form-fitting shirts, sexy bell-bottoms, and boots. Not to mention those sparkling, gorgeous eyes, breathy voice, and sexy smile! Words cannot express how much I miss David Cassidy!

    I hope David’s family, friends, and fans had a Merry Christmas. I know it”s been difficult and sad, now that David is gone. It will take time, but we’ll all get through this. We’re all in this together!

  325. Claire Ronan
    Posted December 26, 2017 at 7:15 pm | Permalink

    It is very funny to listen to David talking on the radio about his famous Keith Partridge hair – it was created by Jeffrey Spirit, the hair stylist for Screen Gems and the PF. Lots of people wanted David’s hair, and asked Jeffrey to cut it just like David’s- regardless if they had any hair or their hair was curly! David says his hair got better as the PF went on, really hitting it’s stride by series 2!

    • Judy A
      Posted December 26, 2017 at 8:15 pm | Permalink

      He was a hair god!

    • Maggie
      Posted December 27, 2017 at 10:49 pm | Permalink

      Hi Clare, David singing at Heathrow on Top of the Pops was recorded, its on youtube. Sorry I cant post it here but do a search for it and enjoy, its an absolute classic. David sang Daydreamer and Puppy Song.
      Maggie x

    • Cindy Block
      Posted March 18, 2018 at 4:59 am | Permalink

      I never heard him talk about his hair. Can you tell me where I can listen to that? Thanks much. David has the nicest fans.

  326. Denice Kirth
    Posted December 27, 2017 at 7:28 pm | Permalink

    This afternoon here in snow cold Cleveland Ohio, I was glancing and organizing my David Cassidy, memories, I just got done looking at my pictures , and I have the book could it be forever , I wasn’t sure , if I wanted to reread some of the book or just glance at the pics, I am not a big T.V. watcher, so especially afternoon T.V. I don’t have the T.V. on often . With the book in my hand, I put a Chanel on, not even knowing the next show coming on was the partridge family. Yes , I watched the shows there were two in a row. What timing, and what was the chances when I have his book in my hand. Arcelia, I loved the beautiful,video you made. You could just feel and know the angels are with David. Also your post about the feathers. I just could not watch the partridge family, not yet, I have all the sets, I did when the channel I put it on, and David’s book in my hand, and I was OK and found a peace in watching. I picked the right afternoon, to enjoy memories of David Cassidy. Bless you David.

    • Posted December 28, 2017 at 7:08 pm | Permalink

      Thank you for the nice words about the video I made for David, my lovely friend. The white feathers are really beautiful, I found two more ones. David is really with me, I can feel it.

      • Yvonne Sheridan
        Posted December 31, 2017 at 6:57 pm | Permalink

        Wishing you a Happy New Year Araceli lots of love Yvonne x.

  327. Claire Ronan
    Posted December 27, 2017 at 10:21 pm | Permalink

    Thank you to Rich Russo for the concert footage on David’s face book page – it’s a total joy to see a performer so proud of his band!!

  328. Posted December 28, 2017 at 3:05 pm | Permalink

    I liked your post Denice! Even with David being
    gone for a little over a month , I still look to this
    website to see what the fans have to say about
    him. It seems that number one David is really
    missed and number two that David will always
    be loved by his fans. I keep watching videos of
    David on U tube, and it is such a comfort to
    see that gorgeous face, hear that awesome voice.
    As long as this website exists David’s memory
    lives on forever!

    • Yvonne Sheridan
      Posted December 31, 2017 at 6:52 pm | Permalink

      Wishing you a Happy New Year Felicia lots of love Yvonne x.

  329. Denice Kirth
    Posted December 28, 2017 at 4:01 pm | Permalink

    For me my day was not over with David, I left for the evening, and later evening I turned on the t.v., and was watching rerun of Roseanne, and she mentioned In her scene, she said David Cassidy, well I have a thought on that one. David you are at peace. We will always love you. You will always be in our hearts.

  330. Margaret Staadt
    Posted December 28, 2017 at 6:48 pm | Permalink

    We will never forget him.

    • Yvonne Sheridan
      Posted December 31, 2017 at 6:53 pm | Permalink

      Wishing you a Happy New Year Margaret lots of love Yvonne x.

  331. Denice Kirth
    Posted December 28, 2017 at 8:59 pm | Permalink

    Yes Arcelia, I feel he is especially after my day yesterday, I feel he letting us know he is okay, and we should be okay ,I feel peace and acceptance. I agree with Margaret, and Arcelia more white feathers, he meant them for you, and the meaning of white feathers. You have to feel comfort. Thanks Felicia for your post, and we will talk soon.

  332. Claire Ronan
    Posted December 29, 2017 at 12:05 am | Permalink

    I was blessed when David asked his fans to ask him questions. He chose to answer a question from me about what instruments he could play and if he still practised. David said he was still practising his guitar playing every day and this was how he relaxed. He didn’t get round to answering my original question about the name of the beautiful palomino horse he was photographed with in the 1970s, but a fan got back to me to say he was called Apollo. An apt name for such a beautiful horse!!

  333. Sheila Owens
    Posted December 29, 2017 at 12:23 pm | Permalink

    Wishing David’s family good health for the New Year. Still cannot believe our beloved David has gone. Miss him so much. Love reading the comments above, it brings us all close together reading beautiful comments about David.

    Love to all

    • Yvonne Sheridan
      Posted December 31, 2017 at 6:55 pm | Permalink

      Wishing you a Happy New Year Sheila lots of love Yvonne x.

  334. Judy Nagle
    Posted December 30, 2017 at 3:50 am | Permalink

    I happened to come across this on YouTube, it’s David Cassidy fan club record from 1972, thought you would enjoy hearing David’s message:

    • Margaret Staadt
      Posted December 30, 2017 at 8:09 pm | Permalink

      I love that recording. Thanks for sharing.

    • Sandra Gillman
      Posted January 4, 2018 at 4:09 pm | Permalink

      So sweet. Thank you. x

  335. Judy A
    Posted December 30, 2017 at 9:57 am | Permalink

    Sending my best wishes for the new year to David’s family and friends, Jane and to all fans.
    Still seems unreal that as we go into 2018 David is no longer with us, but we have all the recorded material to watch and listen to – what a great legacy David has left us.
    Hope 2018 brings you all happiness . xx

  336. Claire Ronan
    Posted December 30, 2017 at 5:32 pm | Permalink

    Fans have commented on David’s face book page about his stage outfits in the 1970’s. Listening to David’s radio interviews, he explains his fringed white jumpsuits were designed by the very same designer who did Elvis’s white jumpsuits! Never knew this before!!

    • Kelly
      Posted December 30, 2017 at 9:19 pm | Permalink

      I love David’s white jumpsuit! The one difference between his jumpsuit and Elvis’ jumpsuit, is that David’s opened all the way down to his belly button. Sexy!

    • Yvonne Sheridan
      Posted December 31, 2017 at 6:50 pm | Permalink

      Wishing you a happy New Year Claire lots of love Yvonne x.

  337. DonnaAnne
    Posted December 30, 2017 at 6:32 pm | Permalink

    I am just now posting my tribute , it has been so hard to deal with David’s passing. My deepest condolences to his Family and All His Fans.a part of my youth left me the night he went to Heaven, so many wonderful and precious memories . I saw him in concert March 18, 1972 in Knoxville , Tennessee . I was in the second row , arena floor. Also center stage seating. A gift from my Mother and Father. David looked so handsome, or rather Gorgeous !! His smile melting mine and all the girls hearts! That night while he was singing “I can feel your heartbeat ” I screamed loudly , I love you!! And in midsong he looked right at me and sweetly smiled and replied ” I love you too” ! To say I was overwhelmed is an understatement ! I have shared my story with many, but never ever will forget his voice, and that smile!! Priceless ! My mother passed away in 06 from Alzheimers , and I miss her so! Knowing David had Dementia made me so sad! But at least he went to Heaven knowing his family . I pray for a cure for that horrific disease every day. I put a Purple Heart on my post because purple is Alzheimers ribbon color for remembrance . My Birthday is Jan. 1. So as that day and New Year is almost here I will make my wish for a Blessed 2018 and know our Beloved David is celebrating with his family and watching over all who loved and cared for him. May you RIP My Sweet Prince , I will always Cherish you 💜😢🌹🙏🏻💔

  338. Yvonne Sheridan
    Posted December 30, 2017 at 7:38 pm | Permalink

    Wishing David,s Family,Friends,Fans,and everyone one close to David a Happy New Year. I cannot believe I am writing this and David is not included. I believe you are at peace with your Mum and Dad looking down on everyone wishing them the best life has to offer.You left us far too early this should not have been the case,but it is a fact of life. The pain is still so raw but I have got to believe you are in a happier place it gets me through the days. Jane thank you so much for your time,effort and energy you put into this Website.

  339. richard l.daub
    Posted December 30, 2017 at 10:23 pm | Permalink

    just want to wish davids family and all the fans here a very happy new year!all though david is gone he will remain forever in our hearts and minds and the great memeories of music,song and a lengthy tv career along with all the great items most of us fans still treasure.my whole computer room is filled with framed posters, pin ups and the likes of david and pf thanks to 16 magazine tiger beat ,fave and flip magazine from 1970-74 among other things.im holding on to all.alot of people out there are now going to try to make money off of the memorabilia…..not this david fan!you cant put a price tag on sentiment!i also again welcome any other guys like me who love david and are longtime fans to contact me if you want a pen pal or just wanna share emails..

  340. richard l.daub
    Posted December 30, 2017 at 10:34 pm | Permalink

    anyone wishing to have a penpal you can contact me richarddaub@hotmail.com or write me richard l. daub 1641 north eighth ave.lebanon,pa 17046 usa.i also collect teen magazines,pull out poster dc and pf 1971-72 fanclub items,booklets,stickers,bubblegum card pre 1975 david n pf items any one that is thinking of selling please feel free to contact me.i bought several dc collections over the years……i m only interested in dc memoabilia from 1970-74.comic books,door posters and such thanx! richard

  341. Sandra
    Posted December 31, 2017 at 4:44 am | Permalink

    I wish David’s family, friends and fans a happy New Year. In disbelief and still feeling so much sadness at his death, wishing I could send him a happy New Year message. To me he was like a handsome prince, a dream come true. No one else compared with him or ever will. I hope he’s feeling peace and love in heaven, wishing I could send him my love now.

    Sydney, Australia

  342. Christi Raftery
    Posted December 31, 2017 at 7:20 am | Permalink

    It’s been a melancholy holiday week, thinking of David. Watched some later PF videos, loved seeing the joy he shared when he played his guitar and sang. Thought of him looking at the full moon, smiled seeing an episode of The Simpsons where Marge had a David Cassidy poster on her wall. Wishing David’s fans and family a blessed New Year

    • Annie
      Posted December 31, 2017 at 5:59 pm | Permalink

      I,ve done the same and for me it was the first time I ever saw the PF! (not being american) I must say, even if its over 40 years since done, its really so much fun and have a certain quality still, I just love it and never wanted the episodes to end. Been looking through most now, but there are two or so that I couldnt find with sound anywhere, those are called “Double trouble” and “Heartbreak Keith” Is there anyone out there that perhaps have them and would be willing to share, or does anyone have another suggestion how to track them down with sound intact for abroad viewing. (dont use dvd anymore) Happy new year to all DC fans and the admin of this site!

  343. Angela Mitchell
    Posted December 31, 2017 at 1:14 pm | Permalink

    Wishing all David’s family ,friends Jane and all fans a Happy peaceful new year. Feeling so sad that David has been taken from us so young. Like many other fans trying to console myself that dear David is out of pain and in a better place with the angels in heaven. I look at the website everyday for comfort and miss reading his messages so much.Angela Mitchell Cornwall uk.

  344. Denice Kirth
    Posted December 31, 2017 at 4:57 pm | Permalink

    I want to wish the David Cassidy family, a happy new year, and hope they are healing and trusting in God. As a forever fan of David Cassidy, I will always hold on to all the memories he has given us.

    • Yvonne Sheridan
      Posted December 31, 2017 at 6:48 pm | Permalink

      Wishing you a happy new year Denice lots of love Yvonne x.

  345. Claire Ronan
    Posted December 31, 2017 at 6:50 pm | Permalink

    David must’ve been a complete perfectionist at golf – love the story of him on the golf course in Toronto in the late 1990’s when he was starring in ‘Blood Brothers.’ Fellow golfers hadn’t worked out who he was – David was obsessed with the distance to the tee and kept changing golf clubs and working out potential distances – until they joked he must be a math’s teacher! Not sure how you could mix up amazing David Cassidy with a math’s teacher!!!

    • Sandra Gillman
      Posted January 4, 2018 at 3:54 pm | Permalink

      Hi Clare, don’t know that story, although in the grand scheme of things, probably don’t know much, especially as in UK. Absolutely how could you mix up The King of Stolen Hearts witha Maths teacher! x

  346. Anne Hammersley
    Posted December 31, 2017 at 6:56 pm | Permalink

    Thinking of David and the joy and happiness he brought through his presence. He was such an important part of my life that I find it hard to adjust to his sudden passing. So many memories of him to be re-lived and enjoyed. When I think of him I smile through tears, you were loved so much xxx

  347. Carol
    Posted December 31, 2017 at 10:31 pm | Permalink

    I still miss David very much. The other day I made a donation to The Alzheimer’s Association in his name. Thanks to YouTube we can still see him in concert & interviews. God Bless him. Happy New Year to the Cassidy family.

    • Sandra Gillman
      Posted January 4, 2018 at 3:45 pm | Permalink

      Do curse the internet sometimes but oh so grateful that I can keep finding new clips on David which we would not have been privvy too, plus live in UK, so wouldn’t have heard so much about David. I have loved, more than words, reading and learning so much and listening to that voice that just melts your heart. In his videos of concerts and interviews, his LP’s and CD’s and his books, he will live forever in our hearts. Although to know we will no longer see him again is heart wrenching. But I’m glad I saw him once. For David’s sake, I’m glad he no longer has to suffer the judgement and humiliation that had started to happen in the last year or so. Bless him, he so wanted to carry on. So glad he was surrounded by so much love in his last few days. God Bless you sweet price.

  348. Diane
    Posted January 1, 2018 at 1:00 am | Permalink

    It has taken me some time to finally post here on David’s website, but before this year is out I did want to share how much David’s music has meant to me over the years. I, too, was one of his many fans as a young girl in the 70s. I, like David, moved from New Jersey to Los Angeles when I was 11 years old. It was a bit of a transition, but at times I thought at least I might run into David somewhere! Sadly, I did not 😉. I became interested in other artists as the years went by, but never lost my fondness for David and his music. To this day, I look back on the time my mother bought tickets for the 2 of us to see David in Little Johnny Jones tas the most touching thing she has ever done for me, and her way of trying to reach out to me as a teen.

    The years went by, I went to college, married, had the requisite 2 kid, got the dream job. Still listened to David’s music now and again but life was busy! Then, about 12 years into our marriage, my husband and I hit a rough spot. And I found, oddly enough, that listening to David’s music from the PF years and his RCA years helped me get thru that time more than any therapy did. It helped me to transport myself back to the young happy person that I had been when I first heard David’s music and the person that I continued to be on the inside – the one who had gotten lost with all the adult responsibilities. That music gave me strength, confidence and as a result, pretty much saved my marriage!

    I followed David’s career as best I could, bought and loved his new music, and saw him a couple of times when he performed here in L.A. Recently, I was so saddened to see that he was clearly having issues with alcohol and hoped so fervently that he could shake that demon. I come from an Irish family as well, have watched many family members struggle with alcohol, have found myself straying in to abusive patterns myself during times of stress. So I understood (or so I’d like to think).

    I have thought of David every day since he passed, have still not really been able to listen to his music that for so many years brought me such happiness, and at times, comfort. Just yesterday, while doing some New Year’s organizing and cleaning out, I came across my ticket stubs from David’s performance with the Pacific Symphony in Orange County. The date of the concert – November 21 – took my breath away for a moment.

    I have enjoyed this website and the feelings shared here so thought it’s about time I contribute! Thank you to Jane, best wishes to all of David’s fans for the New Year, and if they happen to read this, love and strength to David’s loved ones.

    “Happy trails,”

  349. Denice Kirth
    Posted January 1, 2018 at 1:21 am | Permalink

    Yvonne thank you, happy new year to you. You are very nice and always special to post with you.

  350. Kelly
    Posted January 1, 2018 at 2:09 am | Permalink

    I want to wish everybody a Happy New Year. It will soon be the beginning of 2018, and I hope it’s a much better year than 2017 was. It will be sad and difficult to go on with life as usual, knowing that David is no longer with us, but we have to try. As I mentioned in an earlier post, God spared David the advanced stages of dementia by taking him home to Heaven while he was still in the early stages. If David had died several years from now, he would have died not knowing his family and friends, or even remembering anything about his incredible career. And dementia doesn’t just affect your memory, it also affects your personality. I would hate to think of David going through that. As sad as it is to know that David is no longer here, we should all be grateful that he went to Heaven before the dementia really took hold of him. I wish his family, friends, and fans a Happy New Year. Here’s hoping that 2018 will be a better year for us all.

    • Posted January 3, 2018 at 7:01 pm | Permalink

      I so much agree with you, Kelly. My grandmom suffered from dementia and my auntie is suffering now and is so sad to see them that way. So I am also grateful that David has not had to go through that awful disease.

  351. Christine
    Posted January 1, 2018 at 5:40 am | Permalink

    Hello Everyone! and Happy New Year
    Here’s wishing you a great 2018. I hope David’s family is well and I miss him very much, but we were fortunate to enjoy his talent over the years. Shirley, Shaun, Patrick, Ryan, Beau and Katie we all love you and wish you many blessings in the future, know that David’s memory will live on.

    Love you….Christine

    • Margaret Staadt
      Posted January 1, 2018 at 6:43 am | Permalink

      Well said, Christine. Happy new year to all…2018 is going to be a great year.

  352. Posted January 1, 2018 at 9:16 am | Permalink

    Happy new year Denice! May 2018 be a special
    year for all David Cassidy fans. A new year and
    new outlook. May the Cassidy family be blessed
    this year!

  353. Thomas W. Heckler
    Posted January 1, 2018 at 9:23 am | Permalink

    Most of the things,that surrounded David,when I first became aware of him had nothing the to with why I liked him. The show was okay,quite funny at times. The teen idol thing was okay,his having a famous family,those things didn’t matter to me. What mattered,most and turned me on was his incredible pop vocals. He was 99% of the time better than the material,however most times.he brought the songs up to his level. The song which connects me most to David is the first song on his first solo album. When I listen to that song my shirt collars again reach to my shoulders and my pants flair out into elephant bells and i’m young and handsome again and ready to stay up all night and smoke weed and listen to that soft beautiful 70’s music that David was so much a part. At 60 years old, I stil listen to p/f d/c albums as if they were current, I know them like the back of my hand. I’d often hear David’s vocal influence in many other bands and artists like George Michael,Freddie Mercury and that guy from Spandau Ballet. His concert at the Philadelphia Spectrum was like no other show I’ve seen or heard. And I’ve been to hundreds of shows. It always thrills me to see an entire audience react collectively to an artist. To hear all those girls react the same way,to hear that entire arena scream at once and over and over in unison was an event I hadn’t really experienced until years later when I saw the Grateful Dead and everyone stood up and started dancing. David has left behind a huge in-released catalog of somgs. Unreleased songs and various other takes on released material. That’s something very precious and I hope I get to hear them someday. He brought me great joy and happiness in the past,and I don’t his death as an ending because tomorrow i can get outta bed,wake n bake and,blast “Rock Me Baby” and enjoy life and David more than ever.

    • Posted January 1, 2018 at 9:48 pm | Permalink

      Thomas, a great post this, it could so easily be mine, my wife thought it was especially being 60 myself. Incredible vocal and always great songs. I still have other favourite artists myself some of them l’ve seen in concert,including Rod Stewart and Marvin Gaye, Boz Scaggs a big fan of too,all have given me years and years of pleasure, but no other singer has given me so much pleasure than the great David Cassidy.
      His live album for me is up and above ‘Frampton live’ it’s that good,the musicians and backing singers.
      The RCA trilogy three absolute classic albums, good enough to be in the best albums of all time, you only have to look at the personnel and that says they have to be good.The one thing though that makes not just these albums, but all of a David’s and PFs is David himself,brilliant. You obviously enjoy David Cassidy’s music as much as l do Thomas, so glad you let the world know about it, well done.

    • Sandra Gillman
      Posted January 4, 2018 at 1:12 pm | Permalink

      Just lovely, Thomas. xx

    • Sian Steed
      Posted January 14, 2018 at 10:35 pm | Permalink

      I like your observation that David “brought the songs up to his level”… David Cassidy had a flawless voice. There are many great voices in the worlds of entertainment; opera; choral singing etc. but – of its type – David’s voice was perfect (to me). I sometimes think that David would have got even more appreciation and acclaim if it weren’t for the envy of other men. Sian Steed, England

  354. Doreen Walker
    Posted January 1, 2018 at 10:20 am | Permalink

    Happy New Year to Beau, Shaun, Patrick, Ryan, Shirley, Sue, Katie and all David’s family and friends. Also Happy New Year to Jane and to all David’s fans.

    I hope that 2018 will be a better year for us all, although it will be sad and difficult as David is no longer with us, but we will all remember him forever. David will always have a special place in my heart.


  355. Claire Ronan
    Posted January 1, 2018 at 11:44 am | Permalink

    Happy New Year to David’s musical family, his beloved band, who he spent a great deal of time with in more recent years and who never let him down, musically speaking! Teri, his drummer, David’s new drummer, who could play the drums blindfolded! Dave, Frank and David’s ‘brother from another mother,’ Craig!!!

  356. Araceli from Spain
    Posted January 1, 2018 at 4:28 pm | Permalink

    New Year wishes are lovingly sent…
    to Heaven above to where you went…
    I miss you, David. You will always be in my heart 💝

  357. Denice Kirth
    Posted January 1, 2018 at 6:54 pm | Permalink

    A very much needed Happy New Year to everyone. Hi Felicia, a happy New Year to my wonderful friend. I wish upon a star, that our loved David Cassidy is in God’s home and at peace, surrounded by God’s beauty and his loved ones. To everyone on this website I am thankful we were and are here together. Thomas I liked your post, it so true. I liked the new posts from David fans who reached out and joined us. To Jane and the web team: I loved all the work that was done here. You have organized all David has done. I really enjoyed, some was New to me and I was able to learn more about David Cassidy, I will truly always be your fan David Cassidy.

  358. Denice Kirth
    Posted January 1, 2018 at 7:05 pm | Permalink

    Arcelia a happy New Year to you. You are special and a blessed new year, you are a angel on earth. Your video so beautiful, Makes you feel warmth ,love, and David at peace, and comfort. David went home to God’s house.

  359. Isabel Irein
    Posted January 1, 2018 at 10:48 pm | Permalink

    Happy new year to Davids family and friends and a special happy and healthy new year to all Davids fans.We miss you David but are glad you are at peace and free from pain.Sending love and a big hug to our angel David in heaven above
    Isabel. Belfast N.I.

  360. Sian Steed
    Posted January 2, 2018 at 3:55 pm | Permalink

    Happy New Year to Jane… Happy New Year to Shaun, to Patrick & to Ryan… & last but not least; Happy New Year to Katie & to Beau: your love and support for each other would be the most precious legacy of all…from Sian Steed, England.

  361. Claire Ronan
    Posted January 2, 2018 at 9:05 pm | Permalink

    I was pleased to read David was concerned about ‘jump racing’ in the UK and challenged an interviewer about this on television and said they should lower the fences and he disagreed with the breeding programmes. Although David no longer kept horses he was still telephoning trainers to give them advice about their horses, which they took. David had become an expert at breeding and training thoroughbred race horses, beginning with his first race horse in 1973. As well as David’s acting, singing, etc, he found time to have an alternative career!!!

  362. neide oliveira
    Posted January 3, 2018 at 5:30 pm | Permalink

    Muita tristeza pela morte de David, eu realmente me preocupava e torcia por ele.

  363. Posted January 3, 2018 at 7:25 pm | Permalink

    Yesterday was a bad day for me. Maybe it was because it was Tuesday, the day David left us with a hole in our hearts. I don´t know why but that was how I felt: sad and empty.
    David, there wherever you are, never forget we love you and miss you ♥

    • Judy A
      Posted January 3, 2018 at 8:56 pm | Permalink

      Sending you a hug Araceli

    • Sandra
      Posted January 4, 2018 at 12:04 am | Permalink

      Hi Araceli,

      I understand how you feel, I felt the same way on New Year’s Eve when I saw an “In Memoriam” segment on TV and seeing David I just burst into tears. Sending you comfort and best wishes as we all continue to mourn David.

      Sydney, Australia

    • Yvonne Sheridan
      Posted January 4, 2018 at 9:50 am | Permalink

      Hi Araceli,hope you are feeling a bit better,it’s been such a shock for all of us knowing David is no longer with us,sending you a hug from Scotland.

  364. Posted January 3, 2018 at 9:20 pm | Permalink

    I miss you David, I will never forget you and I
    will always love you. Life is not the same without
    you. I will always treasure your monthly messages
    to the fans on your website. Thank you Jane for
    keeping the website up and running. Thank you
    to all the fans who express themselves on this
    website. I find a lot of comfort in reading everything
    that is posted! May this be a good year, may 2018
    bring healing to all the fans who still are mourning
    the death of David Cassidy. Hi Denice!

  365. Denice Kirth
    Posted January 3, 2018 at 10:56 pm | Permalink

    Arcelia, I am so sad that David is gone, sometimes I want to be in denial and relive all the happy times. But I’m not in denial, and if this helps just remember the long hug David gave you, he knows you deeply cared about him. I don’t want to ever forget David Cassidy, the only understanding is we have to trust in God. David is at peace. He knows all us fans loved him so much, and we went afraid to tell him. Arcelia you made the most precious videos and your last video touched all our hearts , David Cassidy forever in our hearts. Hi Felicia, I m glad all us fans are here for eachother. A David Cassidy fan doesn’t ever disappoint, or disappear we will always be here. Claire I liked your post, I enjoy all the stories about David Cassidy and his passion and love for race horses. I wonder if the work he did to help with retired race horses, is still being carried on, I hope so, David would of wanted that. He had so much care in him. What a career and legacy he left to our world on earth.

  366. Claire Ronan
    Posted January 3, 2018 at 11:08 pm | Permalink

    Thank you, Denise. I was very pleased to read about what David had to say in a past interview about horse racing in the UK, which is often too dangerous!

    • Yvonne Sheridan
      Posted January 4, 2018 at 11:43 pm | Permalink

      Great interview was on the Today Show.

  367. Denice Kirth
    Posted January 4, 2018 at 3:00 pm | Permalink

    Arcelia and Yvonne, here’s a cheery thought, if we went back in time, and you two girls lived in my neighborhood, I would want to be friends with you”s. You both a just so nice. I’m glad that we have David’s website, to go back in time, be fans together, and most importantly, that David Cassidy brought us fans together. We had a star, who stole our hearts, and his memories are here to enjoy. It will always be a place here, that will heal the pain, and enjoy all the greatness that David Cassidy has left for us. David has the most caring fans all over the world. Hello to my friend Felicia, and each fan. We must celebrate David’s legacy together and forever, David we are still here loving you and missing you, but a closeness that you showed us fans, is expressed here as we all feel we can be ourselves, and each post has own story , one story is the same on the love everyone had for you.

    • Yvonne Sheridan
      Posted January 4, 2018 at 11:41 pm | Permalink

      Hi Denice,that is such a great thought would it be great if we could turn back time.It is time to start to heal but it is a very hard process,just taking one day at a time.Take care Yvonne.

      • Posted January 5, 2018 at 6:59 pm | Permalink

        Yes, it´s a great thought. Thank you Denice for your nice words always. You are such a lovely person just like the rest of fans here. I am so glad we have this place to get all together.

  368. Posted January 4, 2018 at 6:13 pm | Permalink

    Denice I liked your post! You speak the truth.
    David Cassidy fans are so precious, so caring,
    such loving people who loved David. This
    website is a wonderful place where fans can
    express theirselves. I enjoy reading all the post.
    Each fan has something to offer. Now that the
    new year is here it is a time for healing!

  369. Claire Ronan
    Posted January 4, 2018 at 9:45 pm | Permalink

    One of David’s fans on his face book page commented this was the first time they had seen a photo of David sitting on a horse. But I was reminded of all the photo’s of David in the 1970’s with his palomino horse, Apollo. Looking back, I realise the pair, David and Apollo, were photographed together far more than I’d originally thought, even on the cover of the UK magazine ‘Jackie,’ which every girl of thirteen read in those days. They once featured a poster of David’s bottom half, and then you had to wait a frustrating week to buy the second instalment for the top half! Or it might’ve been the other way round!

  370. Denice Kirth
    Posted January 5, 2018 at 1:03 am | Permalink

    Hi Yvonne, thanks, I will never forget David, even though I was so lucky to meet him many times, I wish I could of been at one of his concerts early 1970s. I loved your story on how your dad was so supportive and got you tickets. Your memory is a treasure . There was a shopping center close to our home and there was the David Cassidy towel, I wanted something that was of David at that time, for me, no my parents would not, and I would save my pennies from doing chores to buy a magazine that had David in it. I had to pick the best one, and I be in the drugstore for hours. I just knew than he was a caring person. He was just so impressive with his style all of his own, and a voice that just stayed in your ears, during boring school classes. His smile is one we all will never forget. To watch him extend his talent in years to come, was worth my time, as I followed his career in the entertainment industry. David Cassidy was the one I always kept my eyes on, waiting to see what he will be doing next. I loved all the interviews he would do also. Yvonne what is the interview on the today show? Claire thanks for your last post. Hi Felicia, I liked your post. We will remember together our David Cassidy who brought love to each fan here. To Katie, and Beau, you are in my thoughts and I hope you know your Dads fans care about how yous are doing.

    • Yvonne Sheridan
      Posted January 5, 2018 at 11:25 am | Permalink

      Hi Denice,the interview was the same as always asking the same questions David had answered for years,just happened another guest on the show was in the horse racing business,David disagreed with everything he was saying and it was a delight to see him give his view on something he was so passionate about. The television channel were trying to cut it short but our David got his side across unfortunately it is not on YouTube.Have a great day.

  371. Kelly
    Posted January 5, 2018 at 3:01 am | Permalink

    I agree with Felicia that it’s time for healing, now that 2018 has begun. I’m starting to feel better and starting to come to terms with the fact that David passed away. Watching YouTube videos of David has lifted my spirits. I enjoy seeing videos of different times in David’s life, seeing his beautiful smile and sparkling eyes, and hearing that adorable “hyeh, hyeh, hyeh” laugh of his. That laugh just makes me feel good when I hear it. It’s infectious, and I love seeing David happy. I need to smile at this time in my life, and seeing David’s smile and hearing his laugh makes ME smile and laugh. David was so adorable! You cannot watch him on TV or hear his music and not be in a good mood! I miss him like crazy.

    • Donna
      Posted January 10, 2018 at 1:42 am | Permalink

      I just feel worse watching PF, his concerts, interviews (I loved his performance when he was on The View)…seeing him young, vital, so much ahead and knowing his fate, I just well up with tears….sometimes I think hey, I’m not sobbing then it’s all over and the tears just flow. I guess even tho it’s a new year, I cannot come to terms that he died and just 2 days after my birtdate…I thought he’d live much longer, at least into the late 70’s…just can’t shake the sadness.

  372. Claire Ronan
    Posted January 5, 2018 at 12:30 pm | Permalink

    Denise – I will try and explain about the horse racing interview David gave, when another guest was talking about it. I haven’t seen this interview, but have read about it somewhere – one of the things David was trying to explain was about major horse races in the UK, in particular ‘The Grand National,’ although there are many other major jump races in the UK. In the US they have very few jump races. Instead of a flat race, with no jumps, in the UK jump races have long courses and huge jumps. Thoroughbred race horses are not designed for going over huge jumps at great speed with a jockey, and it puts terrible pressure on the cannon bones in their legs. The races often end with the horses being seriously injured, and this is what David was disagreeing with, the other person was trying to say it didn’t matter what happened to the horses and it was important the races were ‘challenging.’ David was also talking about the breeding of the race horses and how this affected their ability and strength, but I do not know anything about this aspect …

    • Ally
      Posted January 6, 2018 at 2:18 am | Permalink

      I own many horses. The breeds are all different some are more ameanable to learn different things. However, like people, horses are different and you must find what the horse is talented at and train them appropriately. Not all horses race.: not all horses jump …and not all horses dressage …or drive …or saddleseat. A good trainer finds the right spot for a horse to succeed. David had a love for horses and Im sure the horses felt his understanding.
      Im hoping he has met some of mine that have passed on. God bless you David horses are noble creatures and well David was just plain noble.
      Happy Trails DC

  373. Denice Kirth
    Posted January 5, 2018 at 5:08 pm | Permalink

    Thanks Claire, for your post, that is what I thought David was saying. That is David Cassidy he really cared. He loved and worried about the race horses, and you know he was 100% right. I wish there was someone to pick-up where he left off, all this is important what he did. Even with his music we had a singer who could sing, we loved his voice, we loved in words: the final masterpiece of each song he recorded. David Cassidy was like fine China, a work of powerful art of his own, his legacy will become greater , behind the man was a human being that was full of love, and he spread love, those lucky race horses , he went to bat for them. I seen the care in David 1970s, on t.v. , interviews, wherever David went he made the world a happy place, his knowledge is so missed, will love him forever.

  374. Denice Kirth
    Posted January 5, 2018 at 5:22 pm | Permalink

    Thanks Yvonne, I got more input, I bet they did cut him off, David always spoke the truth. David was right. David was a serious person, who made a point, I believe in God, and God took David home. The world needs to spread love , David left us that. Hi Felicia, I wish you a great day in California. My David Cassidy friend. We have been pen pals almost one year. Thanks Jane for making David Cassidy’s website elegant and rich in all you have done. Maybe sometime you can share a story about David, I don’t know if you worked closely with him.

  375. Lisa Bartolotta
    Posted January 6, 2018 at 12:25 am | Permalink

    David Cassidy made such a huge impact on my life. I fell in love with him at 12 yrs old, bought all his albums which I am now collecting on cd and watched him on the Partridge Family every Friday night, and listened to his albums every weekend instead of going out like all the other kids at school did. I am collecting any piece of David Cassidy merchandise I can get my hands on now. I am so sad and hurt over his death. I will remember him always and he will remain in my heart forever and ever. I miss him so much and still love him as much as ever. Rest in Peace our darling angel David. You will never be forgotten.Till me meet again some day in heaven again.

  376. Claire Ronan
    Posted January 6, 2018 at 11:51 pm | Permalink

    Beautiful footage of David on his face book page, arriving in Australia when he was young and happy. I take comfort towards the end of his life David had wonderful and supportive friends, such as Craig, and his band. It seems from his interview, Craig made no unreasonable demands on David and fitted everything he could around him. I want to think of the people in the US and over-seas, who were really there for David, towards the end of his life, offering their support.

  377. Margaret Staadt
    Posted January 8, 2018 at 4:03 am | Permalink

    Here’s a birthday bash memory that included Danny in it.

  378. Claire Ronan
    Posted January 8, 2018 at 11:32 am | Permalink

    Footage on David’s face book page, ‘burying’ Keith Partridge! But Don’t forget this was a period when David was trying to bring out new material and move away from the PF. David did say in a much later radio interview he played the PF up, not down! We all know he thought the world of the composers and studio musicians in the PF. Someone commented Keith put David ‘on the map.’ But as we know, David’s talent and beauty put Keith ‘on the map!!!’

    • Ann Marie
      Posted January 9, 2018 at 1:30 am | Permalink

      That’s so true! David Cassidy put Keith Partridge on the map!

  379. Judy Nagle
    Posted January 9, 2018 at 4:21 am | Permalink

    I was just reading Johnny Ray Miller’s blog on his website, http://www.WhenWereSingin.com and came across the tribute he wrote to David, it’s very touching and really put a lot of my own feelings and memories into words, take a look at it if you have a chance. Also I got When We’re Singin’ for Christmas, it’s very well written and researched, I thought I knew a lot about the Partridge Family until I read the book, I learned even more.

  380. Sian Steed
    Posted January 9, 2018 at 5:51 pm | Permalink

    Araceli from Spain’s video is really moving. Thank you. David’s last words – via his daughter, Katie – are even more moving and haunting, too. I won’t forget them. David has given us a very special gift, indeed, with those words. From Sian Steed, England.

    • Posted January 9, 2018 at 6:50 pm | Permalink

      Thank you, Sian. You are so nice. I am glad you liked my video. I made it from the heart. I do believe David is in Heaven and at peace in God´s loving arms now.

  381. Yvonne Sheridan
    Posted January 9, 2018 at 8:37 pm | Permalink

    So glad Katie shared her dads last words,it really makes you think and get your own life into perspective.It,s like David left us a message.No more wasting time for me.

  382. Claire Ronan
    Posted January 9, 2018 at 9:08 pm | Permalink

    Someone on David’s face book page, wanted to find a photo of David with John Lennon. They looked all over the internet and were unable to find anything, only David with Yoko. I said I had seen a photo of David with John, David is sitting on the floor wearing sunglasses and John is standing next to him. But I have no idea where I saw this photo or how to find it again?

  383. Christi Raftery
    Posted January 9, 2018 at 11:55 pm | Permalink

    Hi Everyone,
    Thank you Judy for the info on the PF book🎶
    just ordered it, looks amazing!
    Loving David❤

    • Judy Nagle
      Posted January 11, 2018 at 3:54 am | Permalink

      Hi Christi,
      You’re welcome, glad you were able to order a copy of the book, as a fellow PF/DC fan, you’ll definitely enjoy it.

  384. Claire Ronan
    Posted January 10, 2018 at 12:50 am | Permalink

    I don’t think David was one for ‘wasting time.’ I think he was thinking of his alcoholism. Just prior to his death, he was hopeful for the future. His idea of ‘wasting time’ was quite different from everyone else’s!

  385. Denice Kirth
    Posted January 10, 2018 at 4:20 am | Permalink

    Claire I think you have a important point. He new drinking, and dwelling , was a waste of time, and he could of had time with the people, his family who surrounded him with love in the end. Yvonne I took in your post, so true. Arcelia sending a hug to you. Glad to see the interest in Johnny Ray Miller’s book. What a great book, must have , learn so much more about David’s talent, covers so much more, I have mine, Hi Felicia, hope doing good. I will always miss our David. O one more, thers a great picture of David and Johnny Ray on Johnny’s facebook page. Claire I seen that pic, somewhere David and John, I can’t remember. Just hope we’re all doing okay, and staying here in touch, to remember the one who gave happiness to the world, David Bruce Cassidy.

    • Yvonne Sheridan
      Posted January 10, 2018 at 4:13 pm | Permalink

      Denice the last time I saw David I knew in my heart I would never see him again,he put on a great performance in Las Vegas,but I seen a big difference in his wellbeing 11 months earlier in New York. It broke my heart seeing him Deteriorate in such a short space of time,the only consolation I have he is at peace.I love him to the moon and back and that will never change.He was the best role model,entertainer,truthful,person in the entertainment business ever. Nobody will ever replace him he was unique in every aspect of life.

  386. barbara
    Posted January 10, 2018 at 1:06 pm | Permalink
  387. barbara
    Posted January 10, 2018 at 1:15 pm | Permalink

    it has been a very sad time that david was not here to wish us a merry christmas and a happy new year, missed his words, but understanding the great pain he was in at the end made his quality of life poor, and losing my loved ones, i know they are glad of the release from pain at the end, i play david`s songs now and he will always be in my heart, forever.

  388. Kristan Hayward
    Posted January 10, 2018 at 5:52 pm | Permalink

    There are no words to describe what happened. David Cassidy was such a large figure in my life and I loved the sound of his voice. He was beautiful inside and out. I hope this web-site always stays up and we can see his beautiful pictures and his fans can stay in touch with each other. I especially feel so sad for his Son – Beau – who David loved so much. I lost my Dad when I was 21 and you never really get over it. No matter how it happens, it hurts. The best advice I can give is to stay strong and take the best qualities from your Father and incorporate them into your life. I am sure David had so many great qualities that only his family knows about. I met him once in NY after the play “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat.” He was so upbeat and friendly. I went to 3 of his concerts and even spoke to him once on the radio. I will always love David Cassidy.

  389. Claire Ronan
    Posted January 10, 2018 at 8:26 pm | Permalink

    Looking at the Madison Square Gardens 1972 footage on David’s face book, I read in Kim Carnes tribute to David – he didn’t have any training to appear like that, it all came naturally to him, as if he was instantly a professional pop star able to entertain huge stadiums!

  390. Denice Kirth
    Posted January 10, 2018 at 9:45 pm | Permalink

    Yvonne, I feel the same way, this place we are at now, will never change our minds, we picked are favorite best star. I saw David in 2013; I could just cry, my mom was not doing good, and she passed a few months later, I did just admire how he came out to perform for us after losing his mom in 2012; it was ruff going till everyone rushed the stage, there still was alot of distance to David, for a minute I felt at ease, knowing he had to do the show, with some visible issues, David came through with flying colors, it was a beautiful night, Erie PA. David was smiling , laughing and it turned out great, I think David had a good time, I was even able to show my mom some pics, and she said he looked good. Now June 2016, I had front row,thers the stage thers David, I knew also in my heart it could be the last. He did put on a great show, and I thought he looked better than 2013; but you could just see there were problems, affected , not the happy David, after I spoke to him, I took the rest of the show, to be serious within myself, I wanted to go backstage, I think he would of enjoyed seeing my collage up close, I just didn’t have the strength to take a chance something would go wrong, and I didn’t want to ruin the memories that were great. I’m glad I said thank you to him, and I didn’t care who thought what behind me. But everyone was nice, and curious about all my pics. David’s fan s are very special. My sister asked me why I wasn’t up dancing, like she was. I was numb, and did not know what to do. I did have a great talk with David in 1981. He said he did like my letter. Yvonne all we can do is celebrate David Cassidy life, let him rest, and never forget him, and never waste time. I miss him So much.But, so glad we got to know him .

  391. Judy Nagle
    Posted January 11, 2018 at 4:06 am | Permalink

    Thank you Margaret for posting David’s birthday bash from 2011, both David and Danny were having so much fun, they really were like brothers. And thank you Claire for sharing what Kim Carnes said about David, that he was instantly a professional pop star able to entertain huge stadiums. He was so talented and it just seemed to come so naturally to him. He was incredibly blessed with talent, charisma and kindness that he shared with all of us. I’m so glad there’s a place to post and share our thoughts and memories of David and how much we all love him, thank you to everyone here for making this possible.

    • Margaret Staadt
      Posted January 11, 2018 at 1:00 pm | Permalink

      You’re welcome. I heard Danny on a talk show say that Shaun called him up after David’s death to tell him that David really did view him as another brother. I think Danny and Shaun have struck up a friendship now, which was great to see.

  392. Yvonne Sheridan
    Posted January 11, 2018 at 11:29 am | Permalink

    Just read Sue,s letter on the Just David Facebook Site,stating the family will not be doing a Memorial for him. But the idea she has came up with is brilliant,if fans decide to go ahead it means nobody misses out,and it lets fans know the family are for it and won,t be offended.

    • Margaret Staadt
      Posted January 11, 2018 at 12:52 pm | Permalink

      I looked up that fan site and I see several clubs named that which have only one member. If there is a robust one, maybe it is a secret group. The Cherish one recently went secret, or so they said. Anyway, can you please elaborate or even re-type Sue’s letter for us here? Thanks.

      • Yvonne Sheridan
        Posted January 11, 2018 at 1:06 pm | Permalink

        Type in Just David International Fan Club,will take you there David endorsed this Fan Site for over 20 years no secret.

        • Margaret Staadt
          Posted January 11, 2018 at 1:25 pm | Permalink

          That’s a different search from “Just David,” but that search brought up nothing at all for DC on my computer here in the States where he lived. I guess I’ll just never know what the idea was.

  393. Posted January 11, 2018 at 1:34 pm | Permalink

    Wow! I am in awe of all the wonderful things that
    have been said about David. The unity of all
    the David Cassidy fans is amazing. What an
    awesome website! You can feel the love! Denice
    I really like your post! You are such an important
    part of this website. I am proud to call you my
    friend! Thank you to all fans as well for sharing
    your David stories. I eagerly await each day to
    read your post! Happy Trails!

  394. Denice Kirth
    Posted January 11, 2018 at 9:03 pm | Permalink

    Felicia thank you, I’m sad enough David is gone. I am happy to be here, with you, and every single important David Cassidy fan here. We David fans have a voice, and just loved David Cassidy with all the love we could express. Right now I feel so sad for what Beau and Katie have been through, especially Beau, the money issues, and all the grief but no Memorial. Some how some way, we the fans must show our respect and come together. Us fans our a team, we have all become friends, LETS MEET HALFWAY. David never let us down. Things must be a mess. It’s not a time to point fingers, I bet David was a handful, but we are human, and he was to. The man was a extremely motivated, talented hard working and deserves a memorial. Margaret what do you think.? I mean that, cause you always seem to help with questions, and you have been so helpful to us fans, Yvonne I thank you , for sharing what you know, helps us over here, David Cassidy fans never let one another down.

    • Yvonne Sheridan
      Posted January 11, 2018 at 9:14 pm | Permalink

      Hi Denice,The Site Is …..Just David International Fan Club he was part of it for 30 years which you got a monthly news letter,Sue has left a message on it as fans have been asking about a memorial,she said the family has decided against it,but the fans should consider a live internet link up which has never been done before,and if any help was needed she would lend a helping hand. Don’t know how Margaret wasn’t able to locate it.Denice I don’t know if you are on facebook because that’s the only way you can enter the site.Good luck my friend and take care love Yvonne.

      • Margaret Staadt
        Posted January 12, 2018 at 2:37 pm | Permalink


        I don’t have a good idea, but thanks for the kudos. At some point, I’d like to see some permanent Alzheizer’s fund set up in David’s name, though, since it was a cause he was passionate about.


        I can’t “locate” that particular club on Facebook if Facebook will not let me see it.

        Copied and pasted from Facebook: We couldn’t find anything for just david international fan club

        I have a snippet of it from the snipping tool if you need absolute proof that it does not come up on my Facebook account. If the system would have allowed me to copy and paste it, you’d see that here. At any rate, Facebook does not give uniform results to everybody any more than the internet search engines do these days. And not everybody is on Facebook.

        It was a simple request I’d made, but I see that you have now typed out the requested information for Denice.

  395. Denice Kirth
    Posted January 11, 2018 at 11:46 pm | Permalink

    Thanks Yvonne, no I’m not on facebook, I do take your word, he did have a international fan club, and many fans world wide. Maybe everyone still needs more time to reconsider, how to work it all out. I feel for Sue, you just have to. I believe she had ruff times, No doubt, you couldn’t stay mad at David. She was there for him. If it’s done through the internet, I got homework to do. I over reacted, but I did stop to think, the family is still going through alot. Us fans still feel were not healed. The weather everywhere is not going to good. Let’s just pray, it will work out. Yvonne you are a dear.

  396. Doreen Walker
    Posted January 12, 2018 at 1:33 am | Permalink

    I’ve just read what Sue has sent to the Just David Internationl Fan club about public memorial. It doesn’t say the family have decided against, it says ” they are not inclined”, which to me means not ready yet. This message came after a message was put up from those that run the site after fans asking about public memorial. This message asked fans to give the family time as it was too soon. Sue’s message does mention about it the fans doing something and a live internet link up.

    Also David’s fans in the uk , which I am one, may want to keep their eyes on the tv schedule for BBC 4 channel during the months March, April, and May as this could be possilbly when they may put a tribute show on for David. As this tv channel shows quite alot of music documentaries and concerts and they have shown several tributes to various artists after their death, but they seem to show them about 4-6 months after, so thinking on that it is possible that they will put something on sometime during March – May as mentioned above.

    Love reading all the messages here with everyones memories of David. I’ve been a fan since 1972 and have seen David in concert 3 times, Wembley ’73, White City ’74, and Royal Albert Hall ’85, also saw 3 time in “Time” at the Dominion Theatre, London.

    • Margaret Staadt
      Posted January 12, 2018 at 2:40 am | Permalink

      Thanks for the info. I’m glad somebody will do something somewhere.

  397. Yvonne Sheridan
    Posted January 12, 2018 at 10:32 am | Permalink

    Here is a copy of Sue,s letter. The family is not inclined to do a public memorial…everyone is exhausted. They feel if the fans want to do it,that should be what happens. I have an idea about streaming a live event where all of the fans could play Davids music post pictures and memories etc. I don’t think that’s ever been done before.If that is something fans would like to look into,let me know. And I,ll see what I can do to help.

  398. Sian Steed
    Posted January 12, 2018 at 3:17 pm | Permalink

    Sue’s idea is wonderful and very kind, too. I don’t know if all of us would be able to participate; technologically speaking. However, I hope it goes ahead and if so, we should be grateful to Sue for her thoughtfulness. Thank you, Sue. I can imagine that you have enough on your plate… Sian Steed, England

  399. Denice Kirth
    Posted January 12, 2018 at 5:25 pm | Permalink

    Be nice if we all could meet at Madison Square Garden, or one special place David played, and not a empty seat with standing room, and celebrate David’s life, David like record albums, not the new way, he had old fashion values, David Cassidy was no fly by night, he was a big STAR who deserves some Memorial, I’m sure the Cassidy brothers would want to do something. We can’t bring David back, let’s give this time, to show gratitude to David’s memory. Yvonne the technology part is where it would lose alot of fans, I like how they did Michael Jackson Memorial and it was live on t.v. David Cassidy has fans all over the world, and fans of all ages, older fans I feel would get left out. Yvonne how would it work for us who are a little lost, like me.? I hope something will work out to show our outpour of love for the one and only David Cassidy who wanted to be remembered for spreading love.

    • Yvonne Sheridan
      Posted January 12, 2018 at 6:01 pm | Permalink

      I don’t know how this would work for me either Denice because I am hopeless with new technology,if you read my post above you will see the only reason I have facebook. I feel he should have something held in his memory and if this is the way it has to be I would just have to accept I would not be part so sad!!! But the idea behind it is great because if your technically minded it means fans from all around the world share a very memorable day.Oh how I wish we could do something in his honour .Denice you a so right he wanted to be remembered for spreading love. Let’s hope if this takes of we will find away Yvonne.

  400. Denice Kirth
    Posted January 12, 2018 at 7:01 pm | Permalink

    Hi Yvonne, I learned so I could be here on David’s website, I’m not on facebook, I just hope Sue and family will reconsider, even if it’s a year from now, David would be worth the planning, Sue has the support of us fans, I liked her I was glad when David married her, she did alot ,Arcelia is great with videos, she really is super great, maybe the fans could help Sue, let’s let time take its course, David’s family needs peace right now. I hope Beau is doing okay, And I’m still at a loss for words, cause I want something for him, at the same time, I don’t want to say anything wrong, cause I’m not in there shoes. Yvonne thanks for letting us know things. Have a nice day, till we ponder what could work.

    • Margaret Staadt
      Posted January 13, 2018 at 1:59 am | Permalink

      Felicia has news for you.

  401. Posted January 12, 2018 at 8:05 pm | Permalink

    Meeting at Madison Square Garden would be nice but not everyone could travell there… I think Sue´s idea is really great… It had not to be on facebook only, so everyone could participate. Maybe someone who kows how streaming work can help. As we fans, are all around the world, we could do something like a chain, so everyone can go there during the time the streaming be online.

  402. Margaret Staadt
    Posted January 12, 2018 at 11:37 pm | Permalink

    The David Cassidy “We Cherish You” Fan Site (Facebook) finally posted Sue’s note. Maybe they’ll keep people updated. I’ll pass things on when I see them.

  403. Yvonne Sheridan
    Posted January 13, 2018 at 12:03 am | Permalink

    Apparently a member of the family has asked,all fun raising to be stopped.

    • Margaret Staadt
      Posted January 13, 2018 at 12:47 am | Permalink

      Sounds right…

      • Yvonne Sheridan
        Posted January 13, 2018 at 10:44 am | Permalink

        Hi Margaret,if you go further up the posts Araceli has kindly gave a link that will take you to the Just David International Fan Club. Good Luck.

  404. Sian Steed
    Posted January 13, 2018 at 9:51 pm | Permalink

    Being in love with a very famous person – as a mere fan – must be very different, indeed, from being married to that person. “Walk a mile in my shoes…” surely applies… If you had a row with your famous man and he walked out of the door you would know that thousands of women were ready to take your place. That would make for a very unequal situation and you might find yourself keeping the peace and suppressing your true feelings, too often. Sian Steed, England

    • Sandra Gillman
      Posted January 31, 2018 at 8:57 pm | Permalink

      I went out and got engaged to a well known person in the Rugby world a long time ago. I never thought ‘wow I’m going out with, getting married to ….’. We did all the normal things any couple did. When we broke up, a few months before the wedding, I didn’t feel I was losing ‘that ‘famous’ person’ . I was losing someone I loved. I don’t feel I hero worshipped him, in respect of letting him treat me horribly, disrespectfully etc. So I think when you are ‘in it’, it makes no difference who the are. Don’t mind if you disagree.

  405. Leihsia Chen
    Posted January 14, 2018 at 3:32 am | Permalink

    Might be interesting to see his son, Beau Cassidy, who is also a performer, do a tribute performance of his father’s songs.

  406. barbara
    Posted January 14, 2018 at 2:40 pm | Permalink

    a tribute i made just for you david, miss you, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZxdjaaOY-ag