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Nadine Lattimore |
Mr Wilkinson,

To me, you epitomise musical theatre and bring a tear to my eye with every note that you sing.

Born in 1983, I was raised on Les Miserables and for me you are the definitive Jean Valjean. Growing up I sang, it made me happy, it was the only thing I wanted to do. 5 years ago I lost my eye sight and for a while lost my passion for singing, however thankfully music has now returned to my life.

A few years ago I travelled to London to see the performance of Les Miserables, but alas you were no longer performing with the cast - I cried throughout the whole show. I was over come by the experience. 2 years ago I was due to see you in concert in Dublin's National Concert Hall, but I was given the opportunity to train with my guide dog. Instead my Mum went with a friend - she is a huge fan (has been lucky enough to see you many times over the years) I guess appreciation for real talent was passed on in the genes.

On February 23rd myself and my mother, and my guide dog will be present at your performance in the Grand Canal Theatre, Dublin. When you sing Bring Him Home I will vividly remember the 10th anniversary production. You centre stage alone dressed in the blue and red tailed coat, gold trimmings and large buttons. No doubt I will cry!

You are an actor, a musician, a composer, an ambassador for the power of song, and let's not forget that you are Irish!

But did you know that you give hope and without ever knowing it you inspire strangers like me?

Thank you
Nadine
29 December 2010 07:05pm
Kathy A |
I've only seen Les Mis once, in Canada many years ago and I agree with what others said and have always thought - Colm Wilkinson is the one and only ValJean!!!! Amazing!!!! Hope to see him again someday!
20 December 2010 05:40am
Susan M |
I've seen Les Mis twice, in Florida, then here in Oklahoma. I never saw nor heard of Colm until the 10th Anniversary Concert special, where I must confess I decided on the spot THAT IS ValJean. I've enjoyed following what I can of his career online via YouTube and these sites. I regret terribly never being able to see him perform live. An amazing singer and actor.
18 December 2010 08:10am
Sharon Stewart | |
Hello,
Please allow me to introduce myself. My name is Sharon Stewart, daughter-in-law of the late Redd Stewart, co-writer of the song, 'Tennessee Waltz'. I was doing some research regarding the song to update our tribute site to him, and I stumbled upon your YouTube video of the song. I just want to say . . .Unbelievable!!! This is truly THE BEST version I have ever heard of this song! Redd would be so, so proud to hear your version!

We invite you to visit our tribute site at: http://www.reddstewart.com and learn a little about the man behind the song! We would love to hear your version of another one of his songs, 'You Belong to Me' (sung by Pasty Cline many years ago). We have several songs in his music catalog (some that the public has never heard) that you would do justice to!

Again, we absolutely love your heart-warming, soul moving version!!

Warm regards,
Billy (Redd's son) & Sharon
11 December 2010 09:07pm
Tara Kelley |
You are absolutely outstanding. I would love to have the chance to see you perform live someday, if not in the USA, then possibly Ireland :) Thank you for sharing your talent.
10 December 2010 04:06pm
Victor Watson |
Colm, when l see you in Les Mis on Video l get goose pimples, it`s my favorite musical and l only wish l could have seen you in it.
9 December 2010 04:27pm
Barb Haggard |
I love your voice and your singing I pray some day I will get to hear you in concert.
4 December 2010 01:10pm
M Daly |
The Music of the Night (possibly the year)was held at the Theatre Royal 25th & 26th November
Fortunate Fans enjoyed an enchanted evening as Colm Wilkinson gave a memorable appearance in the Theatre Royal on Thursday & Friday Night. This was the moment for all who have followed his career over the years to experience his broadway and beyond concert songs. Waterford became the city of Music. Colm shared a range of songs, short stories and some tall tales with such energy and enthuasism in an explosive breath of feelings, leaving us all forget our worries. Colm, commented on his love for the Theatre Royal and spoke about his love for the city and its support to him in his early days. Waterford was thrilled to Bring Him Home and look forward to seeing him again soon.
Margaret Daly
29 November 2010 12:48pm
Tara Downes |
I saw you from the front row in the INEC Killarney and I thought you were absolutely brilliant. When you started the concert with Music Of The Night it was so beautiful I cried. Thank you so much for letting me come backstage to see you. It was really kind of you because I know you must mind your voice. You are one of my all time idols and I can't believe all the brilliant parts you have played and songs you have sung all over the world. My mum said 'the concert recharged the batteries of my soul, even the budget can't upset me now!' Have a lovely Christmas and thanks again
29 November 2010 10:56am
Agatha |
Still thrilled after your Sunday concert in the Grand Canal Theatre! It was so worth the journey from London! Love to see u again in February, however hope for a London concert soon.
Thank you for the joy you bring to our hearts,
Standing ovation Colm, noting else!
23 November 2010 03:11am
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