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(2805) liat rozenberg
Thu, 7 March 2013 08:25:31 +0000

still playing "tommy emmanuel"!!!

the very tall fiddler

(2804) Wally Lingerfelt
Wed, 6 March 2013 21:13:21 +0000

Your picking will not be equaled.
Maybe 2 years ago, my son, 2 cousins and myself were in the front row at the Newberry Opera House when you performed. My older cousin was snapping pics and you were graciously posing for his benefit. Amazing--and not missing a note. To the point: Have you ever played "America, the Beautiful", or "The Star-Spangled Banner", just one verse, before a concert in the U.S.?
We traveled 120 miles to see your SHOW, and we would again, if you were to travel this way again. Unfortunately, I missed the last Newberry show. Thanks


(2803) Rory Quinn
Wed, 6 March 2013 12:03:59 +0000

Hi Tommy, I've been teaching myself guitar for a few years and have always strugled to find my style and find music I really enjoy playing. I only discovered you a few months ago but my eyes and ears have literally been opened to what a human can do with a guitar and you are now the source of my inspiration!

When I listen to you play I find myself just sitting there smiling because of how effortless you make it look, and because you can just see the enjoyment and cool ozzing from you!

Unfortunately I was too late to get tickets for the Crawley venue, Uk this year but might be able to make the London show. Either way I will be eagerly waiting your next tour! I look forward to seeing you soon!

All the best,


(2802) Frank Costanzo
Wed, 6 March 2013 12:01:44 +0000

It would be great if Tommy could be booked at the Narrows Center for the Arts in Fall River, MA. Tommy has a lot of fans in Massachusetts, and the Narrows would be a perfect setting. Lots of great guitarists have played there - Jorma Kaukonen, Johnny A, Dave Mason, Leo Kottke... Tommy would be a great addition to that list.

(2801) David
Wed, 6 March 2013 11:06:14 +0000

Looking forward to Thursday's concert in Aylesbury. Waterside Theatre is a wonderful venue and I hope that you enjoy the evening as much as my wife and I hope to do.

All the best


(2800) Paul Bruno
Wed, 6 March 2013 08:31:47 +0000

Hi Tommuy. My name is Paul Bruno, I met you in Pensacola on a Sunday night end of February after your show at the meet and greet , I was the Pensacola Ambassador who told you that Pensacola was the oldest City in the USA, 1559 . My Friend was Hill turner who lived in Nashville in the '70' s and used to listen to Lenny Breau. Any way please come Back to Pensacola .. We really enjoyed your music and would love to have you back for a few days. Come early for some R &R and I will take you fishing !! Heck you said the lady Sound enginner was from Pensacola . please consider and "Good on You Mate !! " your new Friend
Paul Bruno - Ambassador for the oldest City in the USA - Pensacola p s loved The Duke and TE ranch and traveling Clothes

(2799) Michael Suhajda
Wed, 6 March 2013 01:26:35 +0000

Hi Tommy,
I see you're touring in the northeastern U.S. and the Maritimes in Canada, but no dates for Montreal. I "discovered" you at the Jazz Festival several years ago and managed to snag one of your autographed CD's and saw you again at the Olympia as well a couple of years ago. Please come back SOOOON! Looking forwarded to enjoying your live performance in person & best wishes.
Michael Suhajda

(2798) David Classey
Tue, 5 March 2013 23:55:00 +0000

Hi Tommy
Any chance you could play Nettlebed Folk or Goring Unplugged?
Would love to see you live.
Best David

(2797) w brew
Tue, 5 March 2013 23:39:38 +0000

Hi Tommy you were as good as I expected you would be, enjoyed your part of the show. Was dissapointed with Mr Taylor. not into his type of music, he looked brilliant but was boreing. Would have enjoyed your part of the show forget the rest.

Tue, 5 March 2013 22:43:18 +0000


It was so good to see you again in Atlanta this year, I was the last one in line at the meet & greet with the Chiropractor that came with me, Dr. Mark Anthony and he was ticlked to see you as well. We saw you last year at the Performing Arts Center in Duluth, Georgia and you have become my favorite guitar player. I keep 3 of yourcd's in the truck and my favs are Digge's Waltz and Smoky Mountain lullaby and let me tell you, on any bad day, I can plug those in and sit back and listen to those songs, along with many others and my day is right again.

Thanks so much Tommy. Can't wait until next year.