Currently receiving airplay on WBOS and 92.5 The River in Boston. "Glynn continues to be a pop tunesmith at the top of his game. His songs have a deepening resonance," says Steve Morse of The Boston Globe. Award-winning singer-songwriter who mixes introspective lyrics with inspired, memorable melodies. Has performed with Five For Fighting and Norah Jones and was a winner of the first annual John Lennon Songwriting Contest. Also has a Boston Music Award nomination for Outstanding Songwriter.

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"Glynn continues to be a pop tunesmith at the top of his game. His songs have a deepening resonance." - Steve Morse, The Boston Globe

Similar Artists

David Gray, Five For Fighting, James Taylor, Neil Finn

Influences

The Beatles, James Taylor, Neil Finn, Joni Mitchell, Shawn Colvin, David Gray, Elvis Costello

Bio

Searching for the lost magic of a simple voice and honest words? Boston troubadour Tom Glynn's graceful, soul-soothing music is a diamond in the rough of an industry overcrowded with commercialism and lyrical apathy.

Likened to singer/songwriter purists James Taylor and Neil Finn, Glynn walks the line between nostalgic and novel, revealing melodic rock tinged with folk and alt country. Having fronted Boston's venerated bands 5-0 and Big Dig, Glynn embarked on a solo career. As a solo artist, Glynn has performed with Norah Jones, Five For Fighting, The Push Stars and Rubyhorse.

Steve Morse of The Boston Globe calls Glynn “a pop tunesmith at the top of his game.” His Rubyhorse-produced single, "Waiting To Be Born," garnered over 100,000 plays on mp3.com. Glynn’s songs have earned him such accolades as a winner in the first annual John Lennon Songwriting Contest and a nomination for Boston Music Award's Outstanding Songwriter.

Tom Glynn stunning début, As Ever Goes, is currently available on CDBaby.com, and he is currently working on a brand new CD.

For upcoming show, photos, MP3s and more check out www.tomglynn.com.

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