Tom Stewart | 1955

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1955

by Tom Stewart

Acoustic guitar driven folk/blues/rock with stylish lyrical content.
Genre: Easy Listening: Mature
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1. 1955
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2. The Last Drive In
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3. Teach Me How To Love You
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4. The Easy Part
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5. Honky Tonk Overtime
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6. Rain On the River
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7. Everybody's Here Tonight
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8. She Keeps On Comin' Back
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9. Goodbye, I Love You
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10. Do You Think Of Me
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Born in Iowa, Tom Stewart was grounded in his Midwest roots, but soon began to travel as his family moved 26 times by the time he was out of high school. From Colorado to California, from Oregon to Georgia and many more stops in between, he learned of many different cultures and lifestyles around this great country and developed a very diverse taste in many styles of music.

While in Atlanta, Georgia, Tom learned the blues and acquired an affinity for bands such as the Allman Brothers. Los Angeles gave him a great taste of West Coast country rock like the Eagles, Crosby-Stills and Nash, and Jackson Browne. James Taylor influenced his acoustic guitar picking style and sense of melody. The list of influences goes on and on.

Today, being a Nashville resident of fourteen years, quite a bit of country flavor has entered his music. He has toured the nation playing guitar for Paulette Carlson and Highway 101 and has appeared at concerts and festivals with the likes of Johnny Cash, Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, Randy Travis and Joe Diffie. Tom can be heard nightly playing in downtown Nashville venues and continues to write songs, some of which can be heard on the album "Paul Pace", available on Music Mill Entertainment.


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Lonnie

Keep Writing...we want more
I have visited Nashville 3 times in the last year and have been fortunate enough to catch Tom playing at Rippey's each time. A fabulous talent and an incredibly gracious and friendly guy. I'm originally from Iowa, currently in Minnesota and soon to be in Nashville to stay. I look forward to hearing more from Tom and am eagerly awaiting a follow-up Albun

Bobbie Rice

Stong, easy voice. Sweet yet powerful lyrics.
CD starts out with 1955, a sweet truthful song. Ends with Do you think of me... lyrics full of honest emotion. A myriad of the same strength with a soft tough.

Connie Snitker

HUGE talent! Nashville needs to take notice.
We had a chance to see Tom at Rippey's in Nashville this past week. Not only is he a huge talent, he is a great person. Nashville needs to let this star shine more. He is original yet I can hear Chris Ledoux in his voice and songs. Keep writing Tom! Your IOWA fan base is growing!

John Gregorio

TN
Those of us, in TN, who still admit to liking Country Music (and not just the current country-rock and southern pop posing as Country) really enjoy Tom. This is a great cd, and Ms. Snitker was correct, he was Great at Rippey's,as was his partner.