Thomas makes his fourth appearance at this iconic Hudson Valley music venue. A beautiful large room - all acoustic music (no PAs allowed) with 100 very respectful listeners in the audience. Cant' wait!
Thomas makes his second appearance at this very special Hudson Valley Music Series. He will be performing songs from his two CDs and some brand new songs just released. This concert is a double bill including Timothy Hill. http://timothyhillmusic.com/
Thomas make his first appearance at the new Gardiner Community Concert Series. Concerts begin with a community pot-luck dinner followed by live music in a very intimate setting.
Thomas Earl and Vito Petroccitto together live on stage- up close and personal! Two of the Hudson Valley's top singer/songwriters - doing original tunes and some of your favorite covers.
Thomas makes his first appearance at the Hudson Valley's newest music venue. Craft Beers/Wine/ Great Food and outdoor seating to enjoy the summer evening! Thomas will be doing some of his favorite covers from artists ranging from James Taylor and Joni MItchell to Ray LaMontagne and Sarah McLachlan, as well as some new original tunes. Thomas will also be debuting some tunes with his new Gibson 5 string banjo!
Sounds Like: Gordon Lightfoot, Tom Rush, James Taylor
Manager: Kay Sharrard
Bio: VINTAGE ACOUSTIC FOLK MUSIC - "THE REAL THING". (Contact info: ThomasEarlMusic@gmail.com)
Buy music! http://www.cdbaby.com/artist/ThomasEarl OR: https://itunes.apple.com/us/artist/thomas-earl/id210189675
Blend together James Taylor, Gordon Lightfoot, Tom Rush with a touch of an acou...See Full Bio
“5.0 out of 5 stars - Proof Positive that IT'S NEVER TOO LATE! I caught singer-songwriter Thomas Earl in concert recently and my thoughts that night ran along the lines of "Damn this guy is GOOD." I became pretty much became an instant fan. On his EP, "It's Never Too Late", Thomas does do some straight-up 60s style folk, but also demonstrates a jazz and even an occasional samba feel on some tracks. His IS a unique voice. And a refreshing one. His lyrics are sensitive without being sentimental, poetic without being artsy. It all flows beautifully. There's even a bit of edginess on the driving "You're Going Down," and the opening track, "Send It My Way," shows chops that suggest he may have been a something of a rocker in the not too distant past. The two instrumentals ("In The Canyon" and "Low Tide") offer further proof of Thomas's guitar mastery - these tracks really do evoke the land- and seascapes their titles suggest. It's not too late for you to discover this remarkable talent!”