MP3 Tom Hambridge - Bang n' Roll
TH tackles a song in a gritty manner, somewhere between The Del Fuegos and Tom Petty. Imagine sixties rock colliding with southern boogie.
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BLUES: Rockin'' Blues, POP: Today''s Top 40
Grammy-Nominated Songwriter and Producer Tom Hambridge bloomed during his years in Boston as the driving force behind the award winning and critically acclaimed T.H. and the Wreckage. TH (as he''s often referred to) won almost every award imaginable at the Boston Music Awards from Songwriter of the Year, Song of the Year, Drummer of the Year and Album of the Year. His Grammy-Nominated albums include Susan Tedeschi''s acclaimed "Just Won''t Burn" and, in 2004, Johnny Winter''s "I''m a Bluesman."
Tom did production work, performed and wrote material on George Thorogood and the Destroyer''s newest release "Ride Til'' You Die" as well as Lynyrd Skynyrd''s chart topping "Vicious Cycle." Tom also has his songs on new records by NRBQ and Leslie West, of Mountain fame. Tom has toured as opening act for George Thorogood, Buddy Guy, ZZ Top, Jonny Lang, KISS, Black Crows and Willie Nelson to name a few!
Bang n'' Roll Reviews:
THIS MUST BE THE BEST DISC OF THE MOST GLORIOUS, UNCUT, UNDILUTED, ROCK AND ROLL TO COME OUT THIS YEAR, SIMPLY CAN''T RECOMMEND THIS ONE HIGHLY ENOUGH!
THIS ONE''LL SLAY YOU, ONE OF THE YEAR''S BEST! BLUE SUEDE NEWS
(HE) TACKLES A SONG IN A GRITTY MANNER SOMEWHERE BETWEEN THE DEL FUEGOS AND TOM PETTY. SIXTIES ROCK COLLIDES WITH SOUTHERN BOOGIE. TOM WALKS THE LINE BETWEEN A MODERN DAY BO DIDDLEY AND MARSHALL CRENSHAW!
STEVE MORSE, THE BOSTON GLOBE
.... AN UNPRETENTIOUS SINGER AS WELL AS A GIFTED SONGWRITER WITH A KNACK FOR WHIPPING OFF PASSIONATE, WELL-WRITTEN ROCKERS WITH SPONTANEOUS GRACE AND A SELF-EFFACING STYLE. BLUES REVIEW
..... A BRILLIANT ARTIST. HE''S HERE FOR THE LONG RUN! MUSIC CONNECTION
(HE) SPORTS RIDICULOUSLY IMPRESSIVE CREDENTIALS AND HAS PRODUCED WHAT YOU MIGHT EXPECT: SLICK, NOTE-PERFECT, ROCK AND ROLL. BUT IF THAT WAS ALL HE DID YOU WOULDN''T BE READING ABOUT HIM IN THIS COLUMN. MOST WELCOME TO THESE EARS. COLLEGE MUSIC JOURNAL (CMJ)
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