March 8 – Reykjavik, Iceland
March 10 – Munich, Germany
March 11 – Stuttgart, Germany
March 12 – Munich, Germany
March 14 – Weiz, Austria
March 15 – Linz Austria
March 19 – Zurich, Switzerland
March 21 – Cléon, France
March 23 – La Poire Sur Vie, France
March 25 – Cenon, France
March 26 – Bruguières, France
March 28 – Marseille, France
March 30 – Nürnberg, Germany
For the last few weeks, people all over the world have been sharing their
“50 Years of the Beatles” stories. To join in, check out
Tommy’s 1990 arrangement of Day Tripper / Lady Madonna
(recorded and uploaded June 2013)
Feel free to like and share!
available on CenterStage
From the 1993 album of the same name, Tommy resurrects
his classic tune The Journey in a completely new way!
Check it out and feel to free to share the video!
A great way to introduce those who haven’t heard or seen Tommy play and
show them what they’ve been missing out on!
The Journey album is available below on a double-disc set
along with Classical Gas
Tommy and Martin took a break from The Colonel and The Governor US 2014 Tour to play for the men at Folsom Prison. Image and article below are from the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation newsletter.
California State Prison – Sacramento
Internationally acclaimed guitarists Tommy Emmanuel and Martin Taylor recently included California State Prison-Sacramento (CSP-SAC) as a concert venue on their six-week “The Colonel and the Governor” USA performance tour.
Following a full house concert at Sacramento’s Crest Theater on Sunday evening, Jan. 18, Tommy and Martin arrived at CSP-SAC’s front gate early Monday morning to participate in the prison’s Creative Arts Program (CAP).
They presented a one and one-half hour concert to 35 inmates and about 15 staff in the Facility A Library. Their amazing talent, irrepressible energy and gracious spirit transported everyone present far beyond the physical confines of the institution grounds.
The musical numbers were punctuated by numerous standing ovations and expressions of pure enjoyment. Everyone left the library with smiling faces that reflected the gift that they had received from these two exceptional artists.
The impact of their presence continues to be felt throughout Facility A on the yard, in the housing units and in staff offices through conversations and positive attitudes. A huge “thank you” goes to Tommy and Martin for including us in their very busy performance schedule.
Sweet Relief Musicians Fund is hosting an auction for a very special item! Win a Fender Guitar autographed by Tommy, plus two (2) guestlist tickets to the Tommy Emmanuel concert of your choice (US only) and meet him in person!