Tommy Emmanuel is back on tour!
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Tommy exuberates positivity. The energy stays with you long after the performance.
Tommy (as always) is on fire
Tommy hit the stage, following the support band, and lifted the eveninng 1000 levels. His mastery of the guitar and pure entertainnment was loved by the audience with multiple impromptu standing ovations. Two special moments for us was when the fellow Aussie (conductor arranger) burst onstage with his clarinet, "Nettie," and dazzled the audience with amazing blues playing and incredible virtuosity. I never thouught that guitar and clarinet would ever work so well. There were many amazing moments in Tommy's playing, noone more so when he introduced us too his Baritone guitar and the way he had crafted music for a TV series. Slightly evil with a measure of hope. What a sound and what and education we all got. Thanks Tommy!!!
Why isn't there a place for a 100 Star Review? I had the honor of witnessing live, one of the world's best! Tremendous entertainer, guitar certified master Tommy Emmanuel gave a perfect performance at the Wilbur in Boston! I spent most of my life in a band that opened for major acts, this man takes the cake! Seeing 1000's of hours on utube of Tommy, I can say that being there live just made the 'Tommy Emmanuel experience' even better. Do not miss the chance to see this person, he is a world wonder and superhero with a guitar at his fingertips! Great sound & lighting at the Wilbur for the show!
i have seen them all....Clapton Page Beck Townsend, Santana, Vai, Satriana...etc etc.. Tommy Emmanuel outplayed them al.....Why isnt this man a rock star?
The man is incomprehensively good.
I have seen Tommy 5 times now. He just keeps getting better. How can that be? He is brilliant, funny, and can even sing. Rodney Crowell was great, too, as he always is, one of our greatest country songwriters, although calling him "country" is not to do him justice. Amazing show! The Taft is a great venue, always sounds good. Please contribute to Guitars for Vets, a wonderful organization that Tommy is quite involved with, even to the extent that he wrote a song for the organization, "Blood Brother". Check it out on Youtube.