• Male
  • Collierville, TN
  • United States
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TOM MATHIS's Friends

  • Teresa De Dominicis
  • Blackberry Wednesday
  • Darcy Donavan
  • Raylene Waye

My Music

  • 1.
    Tom Mathis - Til You Give it Away
  • 2.
    Tom Mathis - The Eyes Have It
  • 3.
    Tom Mathis - Shes More of a Man
  • 4.
    Tom Mathis - Saigon to Little Rock
  • 5.
    Tom Mathis - Rock and Roll Robin
  • 6.
    Tom Mathis - Mommas Coming Home
  • 7.
    Tom Mathis - Ill Leave this World Loving You
  • 8.
    Tom Mathis - If Im a Fool for Loving You
  • 9.
    Tom Mathis - I Just Fell Outta Love with you again
  • 10.
    Tom Mathis - He Showed Me The Way
  • 11.
    Tom Mathis - Greenback Dollar
  • 12.
    Tom Mathis - Getting Some Gone
  • 13.
    Tom Mathis - Dont Look Back
  • 14.
    Tom Mathis - Will you Say I Do


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He began playing the guitar at 8 years of age. As a teenager, he worked as the lead guitarist in many of the McNairy county Tennessee night clubs where the "Walking Tall" movies were filmed. Tom worked his way through college as a session guitarist. He was the staff guitarist for" American Sound Studio" when Memphis gave birth to Rock and Roll, playing on the Elvis "Back In Memphis" Albums. He can also be heard on many of the Bobby Goldsboro and B. J. Thomas hits from those days. After leaving college, Tom worked as a road guitarist and songwriter. He toured with Johnny Duncan and Janie Fricke for 4 years. He also played for Del Reeves and Freddie Hart during the 1980s. Tom then formed his own band, "The Broken Dollar Band" with Wanda Feathers, (daughter of Charlie Feathers) as the lead vocalist. They toured until 1983. In 1993 Tom became the staff guitarist for "The Mississippi Hayride" with Wilford Ray. This was a live radio broadcast from Memphis. He was then re- united with his old friend Eddie Bond. Tom became the staff guitarist for Eddie` s television show on WHBQ channel 13 in Memphis. Tom still does some session work for Eddie and the "Stomper Band". He still remains in demand as one of the most sought after session guitarist and since 1995 he has been doing some European tours as the lead guitarist for "The Bellamy Brothers". As a songwriter, Tom has had 23 top 10 country hits and was inducted into the "Songwriter's Hall Of Fame in 1995. He was inducted into "The Rockabilly Hall Of Fame" in 1998.


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At 10:54pm on July 5, 2011, Teresa De Dominicis said…
Do you play Classical Guitar "Solo"? I'd like to hear you play your guitar by yourself, no lyrics or other instruments......
At 3:20am on July 3, 2011, Teresa De Dominicis said…
Hey Tom I got you covered.......finally listened to your music....liked "She's More of a Man", the lyrics are really funny. I might take you up on cooling off at "your pool", might need to throw lots of ice in there first. T from the dance.

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