Please leave a message for Tommy in the guestbook.
|(4414) Judy K. Smith
Fri, 10 October 2014 05:36:55 +0000
Doug Smith and wife Judy (me) hope to hook up with you in Portland, Oregon when you're here for your FEB 20th concert at the 'Schnitz! Best wishes for fabulous holidays.
Hey, Doug (of Winfield 2006 and Mark Hanson's guitar camps) would love to teach at your Guitar Camp sometime too. Take care, Judy
|(4413) Steve Carter
Fri, 10 October 2014 00:32:08 +0000
I was so disappointed that I had to miss your concert here in Pensacola, Florida. Are you going to be back in this area in the future? P.S. I heard you playing the Robin on you tube: what a beautiful song and beautifully fully arranged and played. Your the best!
REPLY- Florida dates are posted for March 2015! www.tommyemmanuel.com/tours/ -admin
|(4412) sly guitar
Thu, 9 October 2014 09:51:26 +0000
hello, I just wanted to thank you for me, induce the feelings that whenever I listen to your song .... being a poor guitarist sometimes I wonder what you might be good ... I hope you can come on tour in ITALY and especially in Turin. good life SILVIO
REPLY- Sign up for the mailing list to find out when Italy dates for 2015 are announced! www.tommyemmanuel.com/tours/ -admin
|(4411) John Woodside
Wed, 8 October 2014 23:44:13 +0000
Tommy, I am a lifetime fan. Played guitar a long time, love Chet, your you tube really moved me to put my flat pick down, and remember what my fingers are for .... no. not that... playing guitar!! After playing on the road since '73, and having kids, family, this new road of finger style has inspired my passion again. I appreciate your gift daily, and returning back to practice at every moment I can, my love of music has returned. I hope to meet you whenever I can and when you are in northern California, you are always welcome. The wine is good here! So is the water.... sort of .... Live as happy as you play! John Woodside
REPLY- Check the tour section for California dates in 2015! www.tommyemmanuel.com/tours/ -admin
|(4410) Michael Farden
Wed, 8 October 2014 21:38:54 +0000
|(4409) Greg Barna
Wed, 8 October 2014 06:23:37 +0000
Keep doing what you do because your gift moves people in ways few others can. Your love and passion for music is so evident and you bring joy to so many. Thank you, sincerely, for sharing your music so freely and never missing an opportunity to give credit to others like Chet Atkins, Merle Travis, Jerry Reed, and so many others. Rarely has someone so gifted demonstrated such gratitude and humility. Your music has touched me deeply and I'm grateful to have found you!
Tue, 7 October 2014 19:03:31 +0000
To the cameramen who does close up recording of Tommy and other guitarists: PLEASE, DO NOT PAN THE CAMERA!!! Shoot both hands together, it's OK! And use a TRIPOD or the image stabilization!!!
|(4407) Roy Bunnell
Tue, 7 October 2014 15:02:45 +0000
Im the old dog learning new tricks whose uncle was john Waynes drives. I got to mess up haba n haba at the Norman OK workshop.
Don't know if you will get this personally but I wanted to thank you for the opportunity. I learned many things at the workshop but 2 that may be new are 1. I need to play with confidence, and 2 I need to play loud enough to hear. especially when I am playing for myself. I was inspired to be able to spend the time at the workshop and what was even as much fun was to be there with mt second son who is our natural musician. All 6 kids are musical but he gets it thank you for the experience. How about a workshop next time your in San diego. I'll be there
|(4406) Chuck Stahler
Tue, 7 October 2014 02:07:16 +0000
He left an empty place in our hearts.
My wife Reva and I would like to come to one of your shows if you get within and over night stay.
Your friends and fans
Chuck and Reva Stahler
|(4405) John Greene
Mon, 6 October 2014 15:09:09 +0000
I'm writing to you because I don't know if anyone else has said this to you. I have watched your videos and seen your interviews and I am floored by your capacity for good will. As good as you are as a guitarist/entertainer, you are really and an ambassador or for the human race. I have never seen someone of your talent and stature be so selfless in their interaction with the common person. You seem genuinely interested in reaching and teaching whomever your are talking to. You actually listen to what others are saying and engage them one on one. Your abilities with a guitar are undisputed and as much as I love your playing I am constantly moved by your capacity for kindness and your unwavering humility and accessibility. You're damn good, probably the best. We know it and you know it! Yet you manage to navigate that line between confidence and arrogance. You're what my generation and older would call a class act. I know people praise you for your playing all the time. I want to praise you for being who you are. I'm an airline pilot out of Boston and from time to time we get folks who want to visit the cockpit. I always think of you and your interviews when I engage them. Like you, I try to be patient and listen to them. I dont rush the visit. I try to answer their questions. I let them sit in the seat and touch the controls. I remain humble and grateful for their interest. In short, I think what would Mr. Emmanuel do?
I don't know if I'll ever get to meet you but you have my deepest respect and admiration. I wish you all that life has to offer!