|Tommy Emmanuel||Portland, ME||State Theatre - ME||May 29, 2013|
|Tommy Emmanuel||Norfolk, VA||Harrison Opera House||Jun 06, 2013|
|Tommy Emmanuel||Durham, NC||Carolina Theatre - Durham||Jun 07, 2013|
|Tommy Emmanuel||Charleston, SC||Charleston Music Hall||Jun 14, 2013|
|Tommy Emmanuel||Alexandria, VA||Birchmere Music Hall||Jun 16, 2013|
|Tommy Emmanuel||Norfolk, CT||Infinity Hall - Norfolk||Jun 19, 2013|
|Tommy Emmanuel||Boston, MA||Wilbur Theatre - MA||Jun 20, 2013|
|Tommy Emmanuel||Westhampton Beach, NY||Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center||Jun 23, 2013|
|Tommy Emmanuel||New York, NY||B.B. King Blues Club & Grill - New York||Jun 29, 2013|
Jazz music has been around since the early 1900s, when it developed in New Orleans, Louisiana. New Orleans lends its melting pot appeal and unique flavor to style, which incorporates a variety of instruments including clarinets, drums, saxophones, trombones, and trumpets. One of the most famous American jazz musicians was Louis Armstrong, and some popular contemporary jazz musicians include Kenny G. and Tommy Emmanuel.
Blues got its name from its extensive use of blue notes that are common across both jazz and blues music. Blues emerged in the latter parts of the 19th century in African American communities in the southern United States. At first developing amongst agricultural workers, blues music eventually spread north and contributed to the creation of other genres such as rhythm and blues. Like jazz, blues music incorporates clarinets, drums, saxophones, trombones, trumpets, and other instruments along with vocals. Modern blues artists include Etta James, B.B. King, and Taj Mahal. To find the best seats to an upcoming Tommy Emmanuel concert, get your tickets from TicketNetwork today!