Please leave a message for Tommy in the guestbook.
|(3245) Lee Morgan
Thu, 8 August 2013 20:08:11 +0000
Stay well and keep playing.
|(3244) Kirk Carter
Thu, 8 August 2013 19:34:37 +0000
Your music is amazing! Your music inspires me to play. For a long time I have been thinking of finishing some of the many songs I have started and creating an EP.
The moment I heard Angelina, I knew that acoustic guitar would be my main focus. I'll never give up my electric, but I feel more at home with acoustic. I mainly use my fingers for my slower and quieter songs, although I would like to learn your technique so I can get a louder sound out of those single notes and riffs.
Anyway. I just wanted to say thank you for making great music and inspiring me to continue to play and start pursuing music more seriously.
I can't wait for a chance to go to one of your concerts.
|(3243) bärbel piazza
Thu, 8 August 2013 09:35:05 +0000
ich bin am 03.08. eigentlich zum Konzert von Paco de Lucia gekommen; ahnungslos welch ein genialer Gitarrist als "Vorgruppe" spielen sollte. Letztendlich muss ich sagen, dass ich eigentlich wegen Dir gekommen bin, Du bist außergewöhnlich, genial; sympatisch und super unterhaltsam, ich wünsche mir mehr Konzerte in Deutschland von Dir.
Ich möchte mich unendlich für dieses unbeschreiblich schöne Konzert bei Dir bedanken, du hast mir 10000000 von Glückgefühlen und Lächeln in mein Gesicht gezaubert. Ich war schon lange nicht mehr so glücklich!!!!
Hätte Dich gerne weiterhin gehört. Wünsche Dir eine schöne Zeit und bitte, bitte, bitte mach weiter so!!!!!
|(3242) Tracy Fleming
Wed, 7 August 2013 19:48:15 +0000
I saw you on YouTube this week for the first time and was blown away! I don't think I've ever seen anyone play the guitar and sound like a full band the whole time they are on stage! You are amazing! I am a new fan! I have been seriously playing the guitar (electric) for the past 13 years in churches, groups, etc. and you have inspired me to want to learn even more. I play by myself most of the time and I am the main musician in the churches I play for, so being able to carry the service is very important. I would LOVE to see you in concert one day soon! I live in Knightdale, North Carolina which is 5 min from Raleigh, NC. If you are EVER in the area, I will definitely be in the audience! Keep striking that ax!
|(3241) Jane Richards
Wed, 7 August 2013 18:02:11 +0000
|(3240) Alan Carter
Wed, 7 August 2013 06:51:19 +0000
Hi Tommy I appreciate your very busy at the moment but wonder if you could tell me which stage tuner you use? I saw you play recently in Folkestone Kent with Martin Taylor. Great gig. Many thanks, Regards Alan
Tommy said he used a Boss tuner that night --- hope this helps! -admin
|(3239) Barbara Fields
Tue, 6 August 2013 23:57:17 +0000
ANYWAY, she posted on Facebook about "Voices of Nashville: Immigration and Community." See "http://www.twtp.org/voices" and "http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/twtp/voices-of-nashville-immigration-and-community-a-ne". This seems like a project really in tune with your interests and your heart.
I don't know (without looking) where in the world you are at this moment. I just thought you might be interested.
Tue, 6 August 2013 19:04:39 +0000
Please keep returning to our region - will be there.
All the best!
Sun, 4 August 2013 18:41:10 +0000
yesterday I was on a concert at loose home (Germany) and because I only went along and had exclusively about the announced key player knowledge, I did not know in the most distant one what expected me. Then you came beforehand and it was the best what I have heard up to now one day (and probably also furthermore one day)!!!!! I have played myself sometimes a little bit and knew some players, but what is still to be got out of this nice instrument, of it I had no notion.
However, I felt even more behind it. And this feeling has been confirmed after reading of your biography.
I wish you beside most important in this world – health – furthermore all success of the world, for you, other and the projects which are important to you!
|(3236) Dustie Cosper
Sun, 4 August 2013 11:31:52 +0000
Ten years ago I was paralyzed from the waist down. While I was in the hospital and all throughout physical therapy my dad never missed a day. He was my constant and his love for me gave me the strength to work hard and move forward. His strength came from you. He saw you in concert in Washington d.c and told you about me and our mutual admiration surrounding your killer talent. ANYWAYS...a year goes by and you're back in Washington, i'm out of the hospital and the first thing we do is go to your concert together. You signed a picture for me "life is not a rehearsal". Its been hanging on my wall for ten years. Sooner than i expected it became surrounded by pictures of my beautiful children ( that i wasn't supposed to have) My family is getting ready to live globally and im going to write a blog about the challanges and advantages of traveling with a disability and children in tow. Unfortunately my dads not coming, he's a certified guitar player himself AT LEAST IN MY EYES and he's traveled the world already ALOT and now he's calling Panama City Florida homebase. A year after my accident my brother drowned and now my dad is going through a divorce. I can't bare the thought of leaving him but LIFE IS NOT A REHEARSAL and we have to go. I want to do something incredible for him...i was just wondering if by any chance you had any thoughts or ideas maybe:)? His name is Steve Cosper and he was in the Jazz Ambassadors for 20 years..since retired. You might find him on some hokie youtube upload but nothing professional..we are working on that:) i cant wait to hear from you (or your publisist) hopefully you. Thank you for inspiring me to keep writing the play of my life welcoming all boarders as they keep me creative and strong, Dustie