Christmas Memories

Christmas Memories
Tommy Emmanuel

Catalog Number: CGP-004
AVAILABLE OCT. 28, 2016

Tommy Emmanuel CGP will release a new album of holiday music, Christmas Memories, showcasing new arrangements of Christmas favorites such as “Jingle Bells,” “Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow!,” and “White Christmas.” In addition, the album includes three original tunes that are sure to become instant Christmas classics, including “Christmas Time,” “Let’s Make a Christmas Memory” and “Christmas Memories.” In support of the new album, Emmanuel will embark on a U.S. Christmas tour in the fall of 2016…

Live Book

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Live Book
Andy McKee

Catalog Number: CGP-003
Release Date: April 22, 2016 Worldwide
Preorder starts March 25.

Andy McKee is among the world’s finest acoustic guitarists. His youthful energy and attention to song structure and melodic content elevates him above the rest. He entertains both the eye and the ear as he magically transforms the steel string guitar into a full orchestra via his use of altered tunings, tapping, partial capos, percussive hits and a signature two-handed technique. McKee’s crossover success has helped him to achieve millions upon millions of YouTube viewers, underscoring his emergence as one of today’s most unique and influential artists…

Just Passing Through

Ian Cooper
Ian Date
Tommy Emmanuel

Catalog Number: CGP-001
AVAILABLE NOW

Powered by a lineup of world renowned players whose collective credits include Olivia Newton-John, Air Supply, Dragon, Barry White, Silverchair, and many, many more, Just Passing Through is a toe-tapping collection of songs from Ian Date (guitar), Ian Cooper (violin), and Tommy Emmanuel (guitar).

It’s Never Too Late

It’s Never Too Late
Tommy Emmanuel

Catalog Number: CGP-002
AVAILABLE NOW

Give a listen to “Old Photographs,” the closing track on Tommy Emmanuel’s It’s Never Too Late, and you’ll hear the distinctive squeak of finger noise as he runs his hands across the frets of his Maton Signature TE guitar. It’s an imperfection in the performance that players typically try to eliminate in practice, and in the hands of a less-secure musician, that sound could easily be edited from the recording with Pro Tools recording technology…

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