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(4207) Dennis Wroblewski
Sun, 20 July 2014 22:42:49 +0000

Tommy. Thanks for being you and doing what you do. Whenever I get a little bit down I put on one of your CDs or go to YouTube and watch some of your magic. Thanks man for helping me out. I play guitar and you are an inspiration. Thanks. = Dennis

(4206) chuck tarinelli
Sun, 20 July 2014 19:47:20 +0000

THE BEST musical day - a thrill of my 71 year old life - was when you visited Gibson Guitar in Bozeman and played for the setup crew of which I am the foreman. I was standing about 6 feet from you, and I can't tell you how many times I've told the story of that day. My greatest hope was that you'd return some day.
As soon as I discovered that you would be at the Peach St. Studio in Bozeman on July 22, I tried to get tickets but to my utter disappointment, I learned that the concert was sold out. I'd have gotten tickets to your show in Missoula the next night, but that is a much larger auditorium than the intimate Peach St. Studio, and as I am losing my hearing (in spite of hearing aids) that wouldn't work for me. Is there any chance for "standing room" on July 22? Or perhaps you would play a song or two for me after the concert in the parking lot or where ever. I've heard you do things like that for fans. Before I go completely deaf, I'd like to hear you in person one more time. It would be such a thrill... again!

(4205) Sandy Bradley
Sun, 20 July 2014 15:43:37 +0000

Hi Tommy,

I would like to thank you for coming to Sioux Falls (SD). What a joy! Your performance last night was probably one of the best I have ever seen anywhere - blues, rock classical .... It is so rare to see your caliber or energy in this part of the country but also anywhere else I've been. Thank you again and I hope you can return someday!

Sandy B

(4204) Michael Stranz
Sat, 19 July 2014 20:09:34 +0000

Hi Tommy,
I am ver happy getting a place at the TE Guitar Camp in NY 2014.
Looking forward to seeing you and learn how two play with 12 fingers at the same time ;-) anything recommend to practice in advance
Cheers,
Michael
Osnabrück, GERMANY

(4203) Bob Brandriff
Sat, 19 July 2014 18:42:54 +0000

Tommy -- I was at your concert last night in Omaha (had my photo taken with you afterwards) and wanted to pass on what an outstanding experence both my wife and I had seeing you live for the first time. Please don't take too long before you come back to town!

(4202) Paul Blanchard
Sat, 19 July 2014 15:54:04 +0000

We saw you in Omaha last night, and trust it won't be your last visit to Nebraska. It was a great show, and we were sitting in the box at stage level right off the stage to your right. Thanks for a great evening. Some day I'd love to hear the story behind the song "Those Who Wait."

(4201) Patty
Sat, 19 July 2014 13:32:29 +0000

We get to see this amazing man play tonite!! Only front row center seats I've ever had - traveling an hour and a half with my husband today to get there (Sioux Falls) we are so blessed to be able to see and hear this quality of music - shouts and thank you's to Tommy for playing the smaller venues and keeping great music alive and well in rural America!! God bless!! Patty

(4200) Kenny Ford
Sat, 19 July 2014 11:21:57 +0000

Tommy,
I was privileged to see your show last night at the Holland Center in Omaha. This was the first time I have been able to see you live but have been a big fan for many years. I brought my 22 year old son with me who had never heard of you before. He came with me somewhat reluctantly but, early on in your set, paid you his highest form of compliment. "Well, he definitely doesn't suck!"

Thanks for a great night and hurry back!
Kenny

(4199) Joe
Sat, 19 July 2014 03:44:45 +0000

Tommy,
I picked up a copy of the original 1970 sheet music for "Borsalino" on eBay. The middle section after going to Dmaj7 is quite different in the original score than what you play, especially the melody and chord progression leading to the resolution, before restarting that main "Borsalino" theme. Just curious how the underlying melody and substitute/embellished chords came to you - did you just hear it in your head as you played? Just really curious about the creative process.
Thanks-- Joe

(4198) Patrick
Sat, 19 July 2014 03:02:28 +0000

Dear Tommy

I hope this email finds you well.

I am seeking a market for my lyrics or partner with a melody maker

As a competent lyricist I am seeking to develop a mutually beneficial, ethical song writing partnership with a like minded melody maker; someone who can compliment my strengths and compensate for my weaknesses, or simply find a market for my lyrics “Luck and chance happen to all men”.

My words move away from the generic songs that have been typified millions of times. The lyrics are penned in a slightly abstract manner, provoking thought and allowing individual interpretation. These are simply stories of people and situations of everyday life from things I hear and see and memories of the past.

Musically, my skills are limited to the drums, singing was abandoned in the school choir. So I’m unable to put melodies to my lyrics.

Would you be kind enough to provide the most suitable email address so I may attach some sample lyrics?

I look forward to hearing you soon.

Kind regards,

Patrick