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Tallan Noble Latz / Press

"On the Windy City Blues Society Stage, young blue star Tallan Noble Latz commanded a crowd.... he played a stunning guitar set, full-throttled with energy to spare, which he used to jump on amps and get the crowd screaming. Latz is a force."

Matt Marshall - American Blues Scene Magazine

"Life has it's special moments and one of mine was the first time I saw Tallan perform at the Stevie Ray Vaughan Ride and Concert in Dallas, Texas. Watching him perform that day was one of those moments in my life, a special day I'll never forget! It was pure magic and the crowd couldn't get enough of Tallan. He IS the whole package!"

~ John Munder - Owner - Munder Amplification

“The entire planet needs to see this kid play.”

John Schuld, co-organizer of the Kenosha Bloomin' Days Festival

“I’ve had Tallan on our show for years now. He’s an AWESOME performer! The crowd goes crazy when he plays! He STOLE the show again this year…This kid ROCKS!!!””

Ric Choate, President of the SRV Ride and Concert

“Tallan is a Wisconsin native and exuded pure showmanship and blaring riffs that left most speechless. I was exhausted.””

GM Planell, (a reporter for ChicagosRock.com)

“He has accomplished so much at such a young age that he's making himself a tough act to follow. ”

Drew Olso

"And when he leans into a whole-note bend and makes that Paul Reed Smith 513 scream, you're hooked. He's a phenom.”

Ray Smith, Hoggy's Live

“Latz stalked the stage like an old pro, his fingers burning up the fret board. Latz's performance transcended the novelty of his age. His emotive take on Stevie Ray Vaughn's "Life Without You" was a touching performance by any standard. ”

Bob Purvis

"Tallan is well on his way to becoming a superstar!”

Johnny B from WLUP, Chicago

“Tallan Noble Latz is, after all, is still a kid. It can be hard to remember that fact when you watch the 10-year-old guitar prodigy command the stage like he did during an afternoon set at the M&I Classic Rock Stage. Latz, an Elkhorn native who first gained fame in these parts a couple years ago.... mixes blues showmanship, youthful energy and a pretty solid command of dive-bombing 12-bar fretwork.”

Drew Olso

"Tallan has the magic in his fingers and his delivery is magic itself.”

Bernie Marsden (Whitesnake)

"Keep on playing young man ..you've got a bright future. Much love”

Devon Allman, Guitarist

"It was a pleasure to share the stage with you. Can’t wait till we do it again.”

Howard Leese (Heart and Bad Company)

"The first time you hear Tallan bend a note and make the guitar absolutely scream, you know you're in the presence of a phenom. He plays with both soul and intensity way beyond his years because he has a God-given gift, plain and simple. Perhaps that is one reason why Tallan is a man of integrity, down-to-earth while still reaching for the stars."

Ray Smith, Director of Marketing, Hoggy's Live!

"Tallan is unbelievable as a musician and as a kid! Tallan’s got high expectations for himself and I’m not going to bet against him!”

Mike Miller from WISN TV

"Just keep doing what you’re doing, playing what you feel and your music will take you to the top.”

Ronnie Baker Brooks, Chicago Blues Guitarist

"The moment I seen Tallan jump off of the amp, I knew he was my man!”

Derek St. Holmes (singer for Ted Nugent)

“While some kids are home playing Guitar Hero on their PlayStation, 10-year-old Tallan Noble Latz was on stage being one. The diminutive Elkhorn guitar phenom, who appeared on "America's Got Talent" last year, wowed the crowd with his grown-up licks at the Classic Rock Stage. ”

Bob Purvis

"Tallan is one of a kind, he’s got it and it flows from him like magic.”

Guitar Shorty, Guitar Legend

"Nobody told me he could play like that."

Albert Cummings, Blues Guitarist

"You passed the audition. I didn't know what to expect but you can definitely play at my concert on Saturday!"

Les Paul, Guitar Legend

"Are you kidding me, did you see that!"

Jackson Browne, Rock N Roll Hall of Famer

"You see so many musicians who can play, but they don't have the soul and the feel and you do... you got the vibe! Tallan's got soul and he's an extraordinary talent! He is simply AMAZING!!"

Sharon Osbourne, judge from America’s Got Talent

"I couldn't believe my ears, I just wanted to stop what I was doing and listen. I asked, is that really a kid? Tallan is amazing!"

Bryan Lee, Blues Legend

"T-Man has IT, one in a million have IT and he has a ton of IT, so much at such a young age that it's scary! Now I know the blues are in good hands! He can play with me anytime, anywhere!"

Walter Trout, International Blues Guitarist

"Right here, this is the future of blues!!!"

Hubert Sumlin, Blues Legend, Howlin' Wolf's Guitarist

"Tallan's future is going to be whatever he wants it to be! He's way ahead of the curve."

Jonny Lang, Guitarist

"Tallan is amazing and he's an inspiration to all of us. His talent is matched only by his passion and enthusiasm. Tallan is an intelligent, polite and generous little boy offstage and when he's on stage... he plays the blues as if he's been doing it for 60 years."

John Schuld, co-organizer of the Kenosha Bloomin' Days Festival

"When I see somebody at that age, that amazing on guitar, I just have to try to express myself the best I can how good that is.”

Buddy Guy, Blues Guitar Legend

"To watch a boy at your age come out and do that (rock the guitar) is one of the most extraordinary things I've ever seen in my life."

Piers Morgan, judge from America’s Got Talent

"I have never witnessed anything like I was about to see in the course of my music evolution. Never. An averaged sized nine-year-old boy, by the name of Tallan “T-Man” Latz. He opened up like a raging bluesman in his finest. He played his guitar behind his head and cranked out riffs that would have embarrassed Jimi Hendrix himself."

GM Planell, (a reporter for ChicagosRock.com)

"You are a true prodigy and I am very proud of you.. one blues wonder kid to another. You are so far ahead of me at your age its not funny."

Joe Bonamassa, Blues/Rock Guitarist

"You know you got a major career in front of you kid...You got charisma!"

David Hasselhoff, judge from America’s Got Talent
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