Tom Ross began as frontman for The Diplomats in the southwest United States. He later toured Northern Europe as lead vocalist for Germany's InVogue.
His first solo album 'Thirst' debuted in 1998 and featured the song "ABQ3" which was later named by the City of Albuquerque as the "Official Song of the Tricentennial". He's also a winner of Sir Bob Geldof's "Bloom Or Gloom" Song Contest .
To date, Tom Ross has put out seven concept albums; "Thirst", "Sound Vessel/Red Morning", "Noise of Thy Viols", "Medicine Show", "Rebel Monks", "Labs of Eden" and "Fire Thief". He has also produced "Blue Fire Box"—a binaurally-enhanced collection of consciousness-based playlists of his music and "Appliance"—a series of vertical condition-based playlists.
Tom Ross now lives in Black Forest, Colorado.