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(3808) Bruno Eisner
Thu, 27 February 2014 15:19:12 +0000

Dear Tommy,

probably my english is as good as your german ;) i hope you understand me.
Your music is sooo amazing, beautiful and inspiring!!! Thanks for your songs and your youtube videos!
You play on 14. and 15.march 2014 in Linz (AUSTRIA). I can´t come on 14. but on 15. i´ll be there and enjoy your concert. My wish is to got a sign on my guitar from the greatest guitarist on earth! is it possible?

Sorry for my english

Liebe Grüße


(3807) Aleks vujic
Thu, 27 February 2014 14:11:04 +0000

Hi Tommy

I am working on my first solo guitar album and would like some advice on equipment to record my album. I would be doing this from home. What would you recommend? And what would be the essential things I need to start?

Looking forward in hearing from you


(3806) Teddy and Ruth Studstill
Thu, 27 February 2014 12:45:14 +0000

Hi Tommy, We really enjoyed your show last night in Miami, Fl. We hope to meet you on your next visit here. Stay blessed....

(3805) Mike Devereaux
Wed, 26 February 2014 14:51:27 +0000

Tommy, I recently attended your concert in Ponte Vedra, FL on 2/20. I was lucky enough to be seated on the front row, dead center. What an awesome show you put on!!! Being a drummer and percussionist, you blew me away with your percussive style of play. I have seen you mulitple times on tv and the web, but I didn't think you could sound any better until I heard you in person for the first time. I was able to bring my good friend and quitarist Dustin Barber (The Rev Al Green's guitarist) with me and to watch his expressions all night was priceless. He has raved about it all week. Thanks again and looking forward to hearing you LIVE again!!
Mike Devereaux - Fernandina Beach, Florida

(3804) Kathi kilburn
Wed, 26 February 2014 12:46:20 +0000

I saw you play last tonight in ft myers fl amazing. My uncle got sick do my dad took me he can't drive anymore

We have a question
It looked like the hole in your guitars had some kind of film covering inside
My father said no way
Maybe my eyes?
Is there some kind of material there?

The song about Chet Atkins to his dad was heart warming to me especially since I was there with my dad, care for him and cherish the time we have. It made the event even more special for me. A memory for life. Another thank you

You rock. Will be purchading CDs.

Kathi and (dad) Gordon Kilburn
Naples Florida

(3803) adrian villamizar
Wed, 26 February 2014 09:12:42 +0000

Dear Tommy . No words can explain what happened to me when I first hear 'Angelina' . In fact this is the only tune I've heard from you and for me it is enough to know who is the heart behind the wood .
I could write much more about it as I begin to discover your entire discography but time is short when it comes to saving a life.
The man outside my family whom I love more deeply is an amazing self-taught musician and composer who shares with you the same musical style (fingerpick)
I am fully confident that he has never heard any of your songs and yet seems to have grown with you. His name is Richard Viloria and if I you let me, I can show you something that I recorded about 10 years ago when he was a young man with many dreams.
He learned guitar from 10 to 12 and soon stood out in your neighborhood and hometown Valledupar - Colombia , far from any style known in the region . Likewise he learned to play piano and could never complete a formal music class because he has never tolerate any methodology, but he knows all the logic of the music and has a natural functional armony.
Many beautiful things he has done musically but his personal life was a disaster. Today approximately 37 years old, is completely absorbed by drugs (marijuana ) and wanders without clear direction, without visible attachment to the fate of their children.
I read your biography and I found, in addition to the music, a lot of similarities and I feel that God is showing me – with your life and music - a great opportunity for my friend to wake up and regain the spirit inside wich was put there to cheer the universe with his music.
Tell me if you are interested to hear him, see him on video and get in touch with him through a loving message from your heart and help us to send away the monster that is devouring inside every day.

(3802) Robert Bob Andrews
Tue, 25 February 2014 18:57:53 +0000

Like your work. Wish you were coming to Toronto. Missef you last time.
Bob AndrewsGi

(3801) Leonie Jensen
Tue, 25 February 2014 09:06:10 +0000

Hello Tommy, how are you? I am writing as I have a positive complaint, my husband and I are mega fans of yours, we live in Denmark and are wondering why you never come here anymore. It has been years since your last visit. Is Denmark in your future plans, we would love to see you perform again.
Hope to hear from you soon, cheers
Leonie Jensen

(3800) Dave Yergeau
Tue, 25 February 2014 04:06:15 +0000


I met Tommy a couple years ago in Burlington, Vt. He was gracious and allowed my 12 year old daughter Livie and I to meet with him in the Green Room at Higher Ground. It was an amazing experience!

I have played acoustic guitar since I was 8 (now 56), and my daughter plays acoustic, electric, bass, piano and is the first chair violinist with Vermont Youth Orchestra. Her experience meeting Tommy was HUGELY impactful! I also saw the show with my 21 year old son. He is an Alternative rock guy but loves acoustic. His mouth was wide open for the whole show.

I am flying from Vermont to Orlando to see Tommy and Martin on Friday. I would greatly appreciate the opportunity to sit with Tommy before or after the show.

If Tommy and Martin are BEER FANS, I would happily bring with me 2 four packs of Heady Topper. Brewed in Vermont it is the #1 rated beer in the U.S. and #2 in the World! Only available in Vermont.

Thanks so much for the GREAT music and inspiration Tommy!

Kindest Regards,

Dave Yergeau

(3799) Tom Payne
Mon, 24 February 2014 19:33:15 +0000

My wife and I sure enjoyed the show in Clearwater Saturday. I told her that somebody doesn't have that much joy without a lot of love behind it. Just an odd thought: I think they call it "beat-boxing", a newish trend in vocal percussion. I was just thinking that you just might be able to pull it off, and it would save a lot of wear and tear on the guitars!