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(2995) Uli Reen
Tue, 21 May 2013 19:50:04 +0000

Hi Tommy-
I`m the brother of Elisabeth von Lehmden from Rietberg. Sorry that I didn`t meet you at the marriage of Lisbeth & Klaus. I was in Greece at that time and you pushed her to marry so fast, that there was no chance for me to come. But - like we Germans say: Sponge over it !!! I´m trying to get in contact with you because the son of a good friend of mine is 17 now and a very very good guitar player. He is studying guitar in Berkley( I think everybody knows that it`s hard to get a place there) They< saw him playing and he had the place at once. He`s a real nice guy and one of his biggest dreams is to meet you somewhere in Germany or the US. He`s a big fan of Thmmy Emmanuel and he would freak out if you would contact him!! He`s a very modest boy and I`m shure you will like him - and his guitar playing. Lisbeth and Klaus were here today an I told them about Jannek and they gave me the Idea to contact you.

So my dear Tommy (hope I will meet you in Rietberg some day) - you would do me a real big big favour to send him an e-mail with your tour dates and see if you can manage to meet him somwhere!!!!! His e-mail is "info@jannek-zechner.com" So Tommy - give your hard o kik and write him a short message - and he'll be the happiest boy in the world

Best wishes from Lisbeth & Klaus Uli

(2994) Darren Lawson
Tue, 21 May 2013 12:56:14 +0000

Dear Tommy, as a musician (singer, keyboard player), I feel ashamed that I did not know your music until tonight when I found you on youtube (good ole youtube) playing at the Sheldon Auditorium. I hang my head, and ask for your forgiveness. WOW, your gift rendered me speechless, simply sublime. I have now plastered your links all over all my friends websites. I am now a forever fan, thankyou for your supreme talent.

(2993) David
Tue, 21 May 2013 11:47:22 +0000

Hi Tommy
I used to see you all the time in Sydney growing up in the 90's.
I remember seeing you at the harbourside brasserie many times with both you alone and with Phil and others like Rick Price, it was always truly inspirational. I also remember seeing you with James Morrison at the Don Burrows supper club at the old Regent - remember that place ?Must have been around 1990!
I am so delighted to see how well you have done all over the world.
when you coming to oz? live in brissie now and i think phil is also in qld hint hint.. best wishes
dave

(2992) Mark Jenny
Mon, 20 May 2013 19:13:04 +0000

Hi Tommy...my name is Mark Jenny...I built the Tele that you recently played at Cotton music I believe,? it was in Nashville...wanted to say thanks for the great feedback..if theres anything I can do for you let me know..I would be honored to build you a Tele to your specs..I do them in all vintage styles..anything from a 50 broadcaster to a 65 Tele in a custom color...I'm glad you liked the blackguard that Dustin is showing around Nashvile..
mj

(2991) Vittorio Rossi
Mon, 20 May 2013 10:22:47 +0000

Hi. I have nothing to say eccept you are the best and you make us the life worth living. Thank you very much and long life to you

(2990) Donna Morin
Mon, 20 May 2013 01:26:03 +0000

Dear Mr. Emmanuel,
I want tell you about how I first heard you and your music. It was less than a year ago, after I met my father for the very first time on my 50th birthday. He shared one of your CDs with me, and I heard "I Still Can't Say Goodbye". My father is 76 years old and said that this song reminds him of his father, who I never had a chance to meet. As we listened, tears filled his eyes, and it gave me some insight into who my father is and what his father meant to him. This song speaks to so many people on so many levels, and now I know that whenever I hear it I will have special memories of getting to know my father. Thank you for the part your music has played in that. I look forward to seeing you perform in concert on May 29 in Portland Maine. It would have been very special if my father could attend with me, but he lives in South Carolina and cannot afford to come up. However my son will be with me, as I introduce him to your music. He will be married this summer and moving away, and I hope this evening together will give him lasting memories that he will take with him. Thank you so much for sharing your gift of music. It reaches further than you will ever know.

(2989) Mati
Mon, 20 May 2013 01:07:30 +0000

Hello Tommy,

THIS : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S33tWZqXhnk is the most incredeble thing i`ve ever listened to!!! I m still listen to it on my headphones and i m doin this since hours!!!! again and again and again!!!!!!!!

Thank You!!

(2988) Eretna
Sun, 19 May 2013 12:17:17 +0000

Tommy why don't you come to Istanbul ? I missed your last show the last time and i really want to see you this summer. PLEASE DO SOMETHING AND COME HERE I'M BEGGING YOU.

You're the best!

(2987) Joel Strange
Sun, 19 May 2013 11:21:42 +0000

Greetings Mr. Emmanuel!
Looking forward to seeing you in Portland Maine this month. My family and friends have been truly blessed by your songs and music. I really appreciate the way you play Amazing Grace and would love to hear you playa version of The Battle Hymn Of The Republic. Blessings to you and yours.
Joel Strange.

(2986) mark y
Sat, 18 May 2013 03:52:04 +0000

Hi Tommy, guess touring never ends, eh? Have seen you twice now, both at the Tower Theatre in Fresno, CA. You are mesmerizing. The reason I am writing is that you and Steve Howe of YES, both have a hero in Chet Atkins. Have you ever considered playing Steve's "Mood For A Day"? I would love to see your version of that, and possibly "The Clap" as a medley.
Look forward to your return to Fresno, CA! I'm a guitarist who plays by ear, with no formal training, and you have inspired me further. Have to admit that Steve Howe was/is my guitar god, growing up in the 70's.
Take care,
Mark Ybarra