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  Tommy Joe Wilson


When asked about the sound and integrity of his music, Tommy Joe Wilson replies with, “It’s a whole lotta me.”

After listening to his debut album and smashing single, “Tryin' To Find The Sun”, you can tell it would be impossible to separate Tommy Joe’s refreshing lyrics from his personal life experiences.

Tommy Joe’s voice is unbelievable! His heart and soul shines through, in his music, making it an instant connection with listeners. Tommy has a hot southern country sound with a new country twist. It’s easy to catch yourself singing along. He has talent that is no lie. With influences like George Strait, Keith Whitley, Skip Ewing and Alabama it explains why Tommy Joe’s love for country music explodes from his debut single scheduled for release in 2009.

Born in a small town in East Texas, Tommy Joe was always surrounded by good old fashion country music. He recalls “it wasn’t just the music Momma and Daddy listened to. It was a way of life.” This creates a picture of Tommy’s way of life that generates his lyrics and high-quality southern vocals. Tommy Joe’s first live musical encounter came in fourth grade when young Chris Tomlin, now a famous Christian artist, sang “On the Road Again”, for a class show and tell. Soon after the world changed for young Tommy Joe, when his cousin entered a talent competition in a Lake Tawakoni night club called The Siler Spur. Tommy Joe was allowed to tag along to help and watch his cousin’s band and halfway through the show they called Tommy Joe to the stage. He recalls, “I was thinking they can’t be calling me. I don’t sing.” His cousin told him to tell the band what song and the key to play it in. From that moment Tommy Joe went from never really knowing he could sing to winning a talent competition.

Song writing came into his life when he picked up a recording of Skip Ewing, someone he hardly knew. Tommy says, “I found everything in that tape. The melodies were amazing, the lyrics even better and the voice smooth and calm. He seemed to find rhymes in unlikely places.” Skip Ewing from then on was an idol in his life.

Music is medicine to many people and Tommy Joe is a true doctor in country music today.


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