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Tom Freeman - Life Notes (2016)

30-05-2016, 16:01
Country | Pop

Title: Life Notes
Year Of Release: 2016
Label: Tom Freeman
Genre: Country
Quality: Mp3/320
Total Time: 65:12
Total Size: 160 Mb


1. You and Me
2. Somewhere Down the Road (feat. Savannah Rubino)
3. Come on Country Girl
4. Truth (feat. Shannon Outley)
5. Love Light
6. On the Other Side
7. Lightning Strikes
8. Shiny Ford Pickup Truck
9. It's Still Friday Night
10. I'm Tired of It
11. Your Life Without Me (feat. Savannah Rubino)
12. Happy Hour
13. Home in Tampa Bay
14. Isle of Boca Grande
15. God Is There
16. Killian James
17. Secret Moon
18. As the Blue Marches into the Gray

What an awesome life experience it is writing, recording, and performing. We're blessed to have many wonderful connections and opportunities to be collaborating with so many talented and influential artists, musicians and songwriters. With so many terrific artistic influences, along with our unrelenting desire and commitment to continue to grow, we're always looking forward to our next release. We go into each new song applying all of our lessons learned, always feeling "this one could be our best yet!" That's our goal and it's an exciting journey!

A little bit of musical history about me. Some of my earliest memories are playing my mom's organ, then moving on to the guitar. I initially began playing by ear. I was taught to read notes when I was very young, but I did not embrace this experience. I remember it felt very constraining at the time, so I ended up going back to what felt natural for me.

Ah my first singing experience. I was 8 years old and it was for family and friends. I sang with the door closed to my bedroom while family members and friends had to listen from the living room. I was very shy, but I loved the way reaction made me feel, I was hooked for life!

In my teens, I recall very special times playing in a band with my brother at street dances, community center events and high school dances. Music is what differentiated me growing up. I quickly learned that girls like boys that play in the band!

Song writing came a little later, as young adult. At that time, I began collaborating very closely with my dad as he was a pretty good poet. We began writing songs about life.

I'm very grateful to be a part of something so special that brings so much joy, pleasure and connection.

Thank you so much for your support!

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