For two decades, Verlon Thompson was Guy Clark's right-hand man, who stood stage left. When Guy left this earth, Verlon was honored to take on the mantle of the master. His songs tell the stories of life and living, punctuated by memorable melodies and a guitar touch second to none. His solo shows draw consistently marvelous reviews. From the living room, to the festival stage and now the small screen, let Verlon and his friends entertain you at Barnegie Hall.
Thompson ranks as perhaps the most well-rounded yet overlooked instrumentalist and songwriter beneath the large Americana umbrella. Catch him out front, where he belongs. Raleigh Indy Weekly
Verlon Thompson is not a household name. But within the music community of Nashville, Thompson is a songwriter and guitarist almost without peer. Charlotte Weekly
It's high time everyone heard more of that humble troubadour Verlon Thompson. He is a fantastic guitar picker and songwriter whose only career shortcoming is that he performs in Guy Clark's enormous shadow. Lonely Goat Magazine
.... Thompson was electrifying. Boston Music Review
he's building a massive street team of music lovers. Myrtle Beach Alternatives