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(2785) Joseph Palabrica
Sat, 2 March 2013 04:39:05 +0000

Dearest Sir Tommy,
I'd like to thank you for accommodating me during the meet and greet in Nasville last Feb 27.Thanks also for correcting me

Hope to see you again and Wish I could play with you on stage
thanks a lot
Take care always



(2784) Andy Brown
Fri, 1 March 2013 21:12:57 +0000

Great show at the Belcourt last night. I gave my dad - Wayne Brown - tickets for Christmas and he was quite excited. He was friends with Chet and your playing helps keep Chet's legacy alive for him. My son was there as well - three generations being touched by great music - quite a blessing. Thanks much for sharing your heart through great songs and playing.

By the way, also saw you playing with Jack Pearson on 1/19 - my birthday. Jack is one of my favorite Nashville players - played my 40th birthday party several years ago. It was a great treat/surprise to see you both together. I hope that can happen again sometime.

Thanks again and safe travels,

Andy Brown

(2783) Philippe 78
Fri, 1 March 2013 14:36:29 +0000

Hello Tommy
For twenty years I try to follow in the footsteps of Marcel Dadi and I met you before Christmas ...
It's great what you do!
I started working a few pieces .. Good work! Congratulations ... I love ...
When you come back in France and Paris?
See you soon
Philippe du 78

(2782) gerald helmuth
Fri, 1 March 2013 12:01:11 +0000

tommy so enjoyed your concerts in sf and fresno. my dad at almost 86 enjoyed it also. he loves country and southern gospel. i don't know for sure if you like raisins, but if you do i hope you enjoyed them. i only cried three times at the fresno concert, it was so good. thanks for the wonderful music and the enjoyment you bring to me. god bless you for the awsome and kind person you are. thanks ger

(2781) Chris Searle
Fri, 1 March 2013 08:59:14 +0000

Hi Tommy

We're all REALLY looking foreard to seeing you in Basingstoke on Wednesday next week!!!

Can we put in a special request during the programme for you to play either:
'Mombassa', or 'Nine Pound Hammer' or the gloriously beautiful 'Antonella's Birthday'.

See you next week. Have a great UK tour!!

Warm regards from CHRIS SEARLE

(2780) Bob Slezak
Fri, 1 March 2013 01:08:28 +0000

Hi Tommy,
Met you at the meet and greet with my sister (from New Joisey!), you signed my guitar and then saw an amazing show in the second row in Atlanta!
You are a spectacular person and the gift you give of your guitar playing is wonderful Thank you for a great night!

(2779) RussellWingate
Fri, 1 March 2013 00:21:03 +0000

I saw your show in Atlanta the 23 of Febuary. I really enjoyed the concert. You are an amazing guitar player. I hope you return to Atlanta in the very near future.

(2778) Mike Quackenbush
Thu, 28 February 2013 23:36:30 +0000

Hello Tommy, I just saw you at Ponte Vedra Fl and was the last person you saw at the greet and meet; i have the artificial shoulder, I told you that I felt your ability was so great that you literally play a guitar 4 dimensionally and you asked me how; i really did not do justice to the answer as i really did not have time and did not want to keep you to long. so i will answer now; You see the notes on the neck of a guitar unlike any other human being alive, you flow to each note with the ability of a master chess player moving 8-10 move ahead of you opponents with flawless precision making difficult moves with ease like breathing air. you incorporate the body of the guitar into your music and a snare drum stick to the microphone and come up with music (GOOD) music with such ease that other guitarist like Jimmy Page or Eric Clapton are envious.
I know you realize you have been blessed with talent and you have worked hard at it. I would just like to let you know I feel blessed to have been alive to see you finally play in a live concert. I have followed your career sense the late 80`s and have listen to your music and its advancements. thank you for giving me the best concert experience I have ever had and I have been to allot of concerts.
I was nice to see and experience your skill and watch you have fun/enjoyment while playing. Hope you come to Jacksonville again but to a bigger auditorium so more fans can come. Over the years I have introduced your music to a lot of people but by the time we heard you were coming here tickets were sold out.
Take care and enjoy life hope to see you again Mike Quackenbush

(2777) HEPP
Thu, 28 February 2013 19:22:55 +0000

Hi Tommy
Nice to see and hear you once more at the "nuits de la Guitare" next summer
I saw you a couple of days ago and was the sounds of your guitar
Hope to meet you during your next stay in Corsica.
Kinds Regards

(2776) Ken Ozimek
Thu, 28 February 2013 16:43:14 +0000

Dear Tommy,
I had the great pleasure of hearing you Wednesday night at the Belcourt Theatre. It was a wonderful spiritual experience hearing you play.
When I was a college music major many years ago our professor suggested that we sometime take the opportunity to completely fast from music to experience the deep emotional and restorative power it engenders. About 25 years ago I had such an experience. I went to the Smokey mountains and removed myself from any and every form of music for 3 days. Upon returning home to Nashville, I put a tape of Leonard Bernstein conduction the New York Philharmonic play Aaron Copland's Appalachian Spring as I descended the mountains into the sunset. The tears were streaming down my face as I reconnection at a heart level with the power of this music. This was so important to me because I had started to feel myself becoming jaded by the music business. So many gigs. I had started to be a tedious routine. I knew I needed to be reignited at a heart level. Your music does this for me. I feel like I am in a worship service when I hear you play.
Last month I had a knee injury that I thought might need surgery. The doctor told me that he wanted to use ultrasound first. He said that the sound had a powerful healing effect and that it would heal the micro tears in my ligaments in a powerful way. I was shocked. It worked. It made me think about all the people who play in hospitals. Science had demonstrated the people heal quicker in the presence of music. Thats what you music does to me on a spiritual level(and maybe physically for all i Know.)
Thank you for a memorable evening and a beautiful healing experience. I am still a professional musician playing here in the Nashville area and I hold you up a model of the kind of powerful, transformational playing I wish to see in myself. We brandish a powerful sword with our instruments and I drank deeply form the well at your concert last night.
Thank you and may you life be filled with continuous blessing.

Ken Ozimek