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Heather from Beaverton wrote on June 26, 2022
You must be getting tired of seeing messages from me - ha ha!! ๐Ÿ˜›๐Ÿ˜› Seriously though, I hope you are doing well, and look forward (as always) to your radio show. I was a bit disappointed that this week's episode was an encore, but enjoyed it regardless ๐Ÿ˜ƒ
Cheryl Carden from Burlington, N.C. wrote on June 26, 2022
Please please please schedule a concert in North Carolina. You have a big fan base here also! Thanks for your music.
Ginger Sherman from centennial wrote on June 26, 2022
Hi Tommy, I hope you are feeling better & get better soon. My husband Rodger has been a fan of yours since the beginning. We had tickets for Laughlin Nevada as a anniversary prestent & was sorry to hear you were sick. We also had tickets for your concert in Las Vegas in April as a surprise birthday present for him. We were disappointed to hear it concelled but understand & sorry for your loss. Maybe we will be lucky enough to see you one day. I have cancer & not sure I will be able to attend in January but if not I wish you a happy future. Ginger Sherman
pauline banardi from Spindale wrote on June 24, 2022
Hi Tommy I am enjoying your music to sleep by @night...Sure wish I had gotten the change to meet you..I love your voice...your van Paulina Banardi
Craig Holgrimson from Coon Rapids, Minnesota wrote on June 23, 2022
Hi Tommy, congratulations on your show on Sirus radio and I am currently co-producing a new podcast called "Living In The 60's" on Apple Podcast taking a look back at all the great memories, including the great music such as yours! I am wondering if you would be open to being interviewed on one of our episodes? You made a great impact and I know people would love to hear some of your stories behind the hits. Thank you for your great music.
Cindy Engler from Ohio wrote on June 21, 2022
Tommy, I read online that your Crystal Blue Persuasion video was sent to the Ukraine to help the people and to encourage them during this tragic time of war. I just want to say "thank you" for doing that! I pray it's played over loud speakers and that the war will cease. Tommy, thank you for being a peacemaker. I have a dear cousin, Barb, who is also a peacemaker (she's an earth angel who runs Peaceful Mind Peaceful Life). I listen to your music and read Barb's blog daily and then say prayers for peace on earth. This has helped me to feel more inner peace in spite of all the conflict in the world. Also just a few days ago, I can no longer log into my facebook and so I am saying "thank you" via this message board. I started a new facebook and that is restricted because it's new and temporarily will not allow me to post comments. So I hope this message reaches you. I love you and your music, Tommy! "Blessed are the peacemakers, for they will be called children of God" (Matthew 5:9). I saw your show recently at Abbey Road too, and it felt like heaven on earth to be there and hear you sing. Your voice is in perfect harmony with the heavens, in my opinion. Just know that you are so appreciated and loved, Tommy!
Dorothy Fenech from Lake Havasu City (by way of Brooklyn NY) wrote on June 19, 2022
Tommy - I listen to your "Getting Together" show on Sunday afternoons on Sirius radio and always enjoy your show. I am so looking forward to seeing you this coming Saturday night in Laughlin NV. Can't Wait! Keep on rocking.
Joan Sims from Hurricane, WV wrote on June 19, 2022
Hi Tommy, Just want to say that Iโ€™m enjoying your songs on my Serius 60s Radio Station.๐Ÿ˜Š
Jeffrey Ranz from Lynnport wrote on June 19, 2022
Hey Tommy. I caught your Fatherโ€™s Day โ€œgetting togetherโ€ show on SiriusXM. Enjoyable as always but one correction for you. The first Blood sweat and tears LP was โ€œChild is father to the manโ€with Al Kooper. It was not with David Clayton Thomas. That was LP number two just FYI
Debbie Whitney from Granville,NY wrote on June 19, 2022
Tom- You have no idea how I enjoyed , thrived & Survived on your music back in the 60's . I was a wild child hippie back then. My father was a truck driver which I seen very little with his life as a trucker. My mother was from Germany & absolutely would love listening to your music when I played it. My husband & I sit at night and listen to your music and a lot of the rock from the 60's. Because that is what we grew up with . Music had a purpose & meaning back then. I would so love if you could possibly think about coming to Albany ,NY at the Palace theater or to Rutland, Vermont the Paramount theater which is close to where I live . In all of our aging years we all want to have one more blast from the past and your music would be it for us. Stay well an true to your sound