TBurns lost his New England accent soon after he left home with his guitar and headed west looking for adventure. It spills out occasionally, but after years of living in the Cascades in the Great Northwest, working in the mountains of West Virginia, and eventually settling down in the upper Midwest, he has finally learned to pronounce his R's (somewhat) consistently.

Many of his songs evoke those travels. What he saw, what he did, and who he met as he made his way across the country influences the dusty, road-weary, mischievous traveler he often writes about. His distinctive guitar style, which harkens back to a rootsy, wholly American style, brings those stories to life. His melodies frame each tale and pull the listener into his characters' rich narratives.
  • Member Since: 2014
  • Last Login: 8/14/2022

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Delta Burnett Reed
over 30 days ago to TBurns

T, Thank you for a great review on "Ba Loo Loo" comes from a lullaby cd I did for my granddaughters who listened to that cd for years growing up... It was my very first cd and 18 years later I am still recording....again thank you, in music Delta🎶🎶🎶

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TBurns
over 30 days ago

You're welcome!



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Christopher G Cardone
over 30 days ago to TBurns

I liked this song. You have a very unique voice, and when harmonized with the lady, it's really cool. I like the concept of the song too.

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TBurns
over 30 days ago

Thank you!



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Margie & Art Corey
over 30 days ago to TBurns

Hey there TBurns & The CalicoDrifters, just heard your tune, "My Troubles Are Easy". A Great simple production and your vocals are perfect!! 5 Stars & Likes, Bravo!!
If interested, we love to connect with you thru Broad Jam.....We'll leave the Porch Light On!!
Toodles,
The Corey's.............

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TBurns
over 30 days ago

Hey there Coreys! Thanks for the kind words. You have some lovely material posted! Really, really nicely done!



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