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  • Did you play with this guy?

    JJ the Ponty Fan

    http://www.cnn.com/2012/12/12/showbiz/california-ravi-shankar-obit/index.html?hpt=hp_c2 Did Jean-Luc ever play with him?
    Dec 12, 2012 8:16am
  • JLP fans


    It's great to see how many JLP fans want to see him in concert again. Nobody mentions "new CD"; they just want to see/hear JLP again. Here's hoping that a US tour can happen in 2013.
    Dec 12, 2012 2:48am
  • Hello

    Richard Clarke

    Olga WA US

    Dear Jean Luc, I've become a huge fan in the last couple of years since I "discovered" you. I've many of your solo albums, your Mahavishnu albums, RTF albums etc, and very much enjoy your playing and music. Saw you in Mothership Returns DVD, you look great! I hope that you are well and happy. Sincere best wishes, Rich Clarke
    Dec 12, 2012 2:24am
  • a Thank you

    Brian O'Neill

    Royal Oak Michigan USA

    If someone ever asked me 'What is the greatest thing ever created?' I would reply 'Music'. Think about it. It's available anywhere in the world, rich or poor lands, people all over love music, playing music, singing or anything rrelated to music. It makes us instantly happy where we hear a certain song or vocals. It can recall great memories or special times or people from our past. I feel it is more important than any damn technical gadget ever created. I first heard your music when I was about 8. A friends older brother was in the band and had a cassette. Think about that, an 8 year old jamming to jazz (Immaganary Voyage) - so not the norm. I've seen you twice here in Detroit and really look forward to your next visit. Thank you for creating the music, the memories, and the great moments. Your friend, Brian
    Dec 5, 2012 7:22pm
  • i am your fun


    Ashgabat Ahal Turkmenistan

    Good day Mr. Jean Luc Ponty.My name is Aziz Azizov.i am violinist.because of you i start playing jazz.you are my idol.your music change and develop my music mind.i have one dream to meet somewhere.may be to play together.thank a lot for your music and wish you all the best in the world.i will be happy if you listen to my playing.so sending you my url. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k9B50sUmwV4&feature=youtube_gdata_player sincerely Aziz
    Nov 29, 2012 7:37am
  • Hi

    Terence Dantzler

    Marshall VA United States

    The thing is that every 5 years there is a North American tour. I know my favorite is a world wide sensation.Sorry if I am selfish. Wish u could be here every year. Ok I understand the rest of the world loves u also. Pls try to get the info for the east coast dates out so I can put in a leave slip in to get the day off.I had my hip replaced in August,there is a disk in my neck that needs to be operated on . Don't think u will be on the east coast before Dec 13 2012. Being as u r in Europe now. I should have my neck done before u get to the east coast of the United States.Take Care.
    Nov 28, 2012 8:07am
  • When will you be returning to the USA


    Reading Pa. USA

    I've enjoyed you music for years and have always wanted to see you perform live. I missed you in Atlanta back in 2009. When are you goign to do a more comprehensive tour of the USA? You are ovedue my friend.
    Nov 20, 2012 7:59pm
  • MN Tour?

    Ima B. Musing

    Lauderdale MN USA

    I've had the privilege of hearing you perform several times, always awesome. I hope that you will add a show in Minnesota (St. Paul or Minneapolis) soon. You are the genuine original jazz-fusion violinist who doesn't need to gad about the stage in an odd outfit with strange dance moves to accompany your fabulous compositions. (She's good but not great like you.) Best wishes, Ima
    Nov 15, 2012 6:53pm
  • When are you coming back?

    Mark Pascale

    San Mateo California USofA

    Jean-Luc, When are you coming back to the SF Bay Area? I know you are in high demand but it's been tooooooo long! Appreciative, Mark
    Nov 1, 2012 8:29pm
  • JLP in 2011/2012


    Jean Luc-a few years back, I seem to remember that you discussed looking into some collaborations as new projects. These last few years have been terrific for that-RTF4, the symphonies, and the big band. Each has had challenges and rewards for you, and that is great!! And being able to tour with the Atlantic Years band has been wonderful as well. No matter what your artistic endeavor is, the results are wonderful. Each setting has produced musical works of art, each stunning in its own way. I hope the rewards outweigh the work, because we enjoy every bit of it. Here's hoping that we'll see you in the U.S. in 2013. Thanks again for the wonderful music. By the way, my son and I were traveling in a beautiful part of our country this past weekend, and Life Enigma and Storytelling were the CDs that set the perfect tone with the beautiful mountain scenery.
    Oct 31, 2012 8:31pm