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(3925) greg martin
Mon, 14 April 2014 01:03:38 +0000

HELLO ,Mr.Emannuel . You are the best intertainer/ guitarist in the world my friend. you are a ONE -Man Band .awesome stuff .just incrediable talented .I wanted to throw something at you. do you know Billy mclaughlin Music .He has asong called tsavo i don't know if you heard it before. I was looking for the tab /notation of that masterpiece of work by billy mclaughlin and dirk freymuten. if you get the chance to listen to it on youtube . I can't get the tab to it cause there is none .I asked . Maybe you can figure the tune out and tab it out with permission from the artists I mentioned .there is a song you can make your own . then you can share it with me through email. Haha I cant get it down only a few bars by ear . All the best love your music and your passion to give the people what the need not what the want Entertainment with with your Heart on the strings and things .cheers Greg

(3924) Greg Boyce
Sun, 13 April 2014 22:12:49 +0000

Hello Tommy,
Love your playing, truly gifted !
I would love to come to one of your live shows.
Will you be performing in Michigan or any place close in the near future ?
Detroit, Chicago, etc.
I joined the mailing list today.
Looking forward to seeing you perform live some day,
Thanks for some great inspirational music and incredible guitar playing,

(3923) Pierre SOULARD
Sun, 13 April 2014 20:59:29 +0000

Hello Master, I attended your concert on March 25th of this year in the Rock of Micrometer in France, in quoted(esteemed) by Bordeaux and as every time you enchanted me. You are for me the number one in the world, musically but not only. You transmit the joy of life, you have a lot of humor and you know how to communicate with your public. I do not know if I can allow to make you this request, but I would be very honored if you agreed to send me by e-mail an autograph. I suspect that you must be extremely requested, also if you did not answer me I would understand him. In advance thank you and long life to you.

(3922) Bob Workman
Sun, 13 April 2014 15:37:52 +0000

Tommy, thank you for your awe-inspiring dedication to musical mastery and thank you for giving us the incomparable musical treasury that is your life's work. You're not just an astoundingly brilliant performing artist; you're literally one of God's greatest all-time musical ministers to humankind. Bless you, sir, and I hope to have the privilege of seeing you back in Austin again, someday soon!

(3921) Balint Petro
Sat, 12 April 2014 07:19:07 +0000

Dear Tommy,

My name is Balint, I'm 21 years old, and I really admire your music. I've been playing the guitar for more than 10 years now, but i'm still not as good as i want to be.
I saw you're coming to Hungary, but sadly all the tickets have been sold out. First I was quite disapppointed, but then i thought if I save that money I can buy my first acoustic guitar (right now I just own a classical and an electrical one).
Anyway, I just wanted to tell you, if you ever get to Hawaii, please make a concert with local guitarst Makana who is also really taleneted. (He plays a slack-key guitar).
Please come to Hungary again sometime soon.
I hope you read this.

Good luck with your tour, and keep playing the guitar. You're really inspiring.

Thank you

(3920) David Zanetti
Fri, 11 April 2014 22:20:03 +0000

Hi Tommy and greetings from Sydney. I was watching your vid on Borsalino recently, in which you demonstrated how to play the G# with your thumb. Heh, I thought it was a misprint until then! In any case, I play a nylon string and the extra width makes it impossible (for me at least).

Regarding the stretch you mention, playing the A bass note on the E string and the A flat-A natural slide on the G string, well, it's unnecessary. The A bass can be played on the open A string and that is not only simpler, it also allows the option of a double-note slide, using the D string F to F # as well as the notes on the G string.

I actually never had any problem with that stretch anyway, but the open A is IMO better. The part I have had a lot of trouble with is the section after the Bm-E9 move, where the G and G# are played on the Eand B strings. I could rarely play it without fluffing a note or two, and could never play it with the snap you generate. Eventuallly I noticed that the same notes can be played in first position A chord with the G and G# both on the E string, and it is very easy and I can hit it hard every time, so that's how I do it.

(3919) David Stewart
Fri, 11 April 2014 21:54:14 +0000

Hi Tommy,

I wondered if you have ever recorded a lovely Jaco Pastorius tune called Three Views of a Secret? I was just listening to a lovely acoustic version recorded by John soon as I heard the opening 16 - 24 bars I thought of you and so much potential for the song in your hands.....

So, there you go, yet another fan request.... Thanks!
Regardless please just keep on doing your thing 'making happiness'!

Enjoying every note...
David Stewart
Edinburgh, UK

(3918) John Talbott
Fri, 11 April 2014 08:25:27 +0000

Hi Tommy,

If I was to listen to one of your CD's that has a "Blues" or "Country" tinge, which one should I get?


(3917) Ryan Jennings
Fri, 11 April 2014 04:50:49 +0000

Tommy...My bride and I have 3 boys, 11, 14 & 16. We encourage music, graphic arts, video and photography with them. We have been watching and would be ecstatic if you came to Seattle, Washington to perform. I'd take the whole family. Plu-eeeeze come to Seattle soon (Spokane is a real push for us).

(3916) Milan Grujovic
Thu, 10 April 2014 19:29:41 +0000

Hello Tommy

First of all thank you for a great performance that you gave in Munich. Me and my wife were amassed that you managed to outperform our already high expectation.

I heard one song a couple days ago and imagined you performing it. It has a slow tempo in beginning and then the fast tempo just to finish with a slow tempo again. And it has a rhythm guitar that differs from the sang words, and that is than topped with a violin that ties everything together. I would love to hear you perform this song. Could you give it a listen? I can already imagine you play all of those seemingly unconnected melody lines in one perfect arrangement.

I would love to hear a reply from you, even if you decide not to do this project.

Best regards
Milan Grujovic