Posts Tagged ‘Tommy Emmanuel’

Underrated Guitarists (Episode 1)

Blues Rock Review is excited to announce the launch of a new video series highlighting underrated guitarists you need to know. In Episode 1 the spotlight is put on Devon Allman, Tommy Emmanuel, and Monte Montgomery.

The Story Behind the Song: True

We recently covered the release of Tommy Emmanuel & Martin Taylor’s jazz duets album The Colonel and the Governor. The record contains a collection of jazz classics as well as some tracks written by the guitarists themselves. “True” is one of the latter, a seemingly simple guitar ballad that Taylor calls a waterfall of sound.

Tommy Emmanuel & Martin Taylor: The Colonel & The Governor Review

Tommy Emmanuel and Martin Taylor have been working together on music since the early ’90s, when Emmanuel saw Taylor performing on TV in Australia. He was so impressed by Taylor’s skill that he called up the TV station and got his hotel information. Emmanuel then called Taylor and invited him to join in his upcoming […]

Tommy Emmanuel: All I Want For Christmas Review

All I Want For Christmas is Tommy Emmanuel’s first Christmas album. Emmanuel collaborated with another great acoustic finger picking guitarist John Knowles. They put together an album filled with everyone’s favorite holiday classics.

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