Tom Wurth is a Nashville based, Grammy nominated singer/songwriter whose musical influences are as diverse as the music he plays.
He was raised in NW Iowa by parents with their own musical talents and grew up with Simon and Garfunkel, The Everly Brothers, Bob Dylan, John Denver, Vince Gill, Steve Wariner as well as classic singer/songwriters and classic country artists of that era.
His eclectic mix of country, blues, gospel and rock are also the result of his modern day mentors that include John Ford Coley (formerly of England Dan and John Ford Coley); rocker Eddie Money; soulful gospel and country artist T. Graham Brown; blues drummer for BB King and Jamey Johnson, Tony Coleman; Marty Raybon of Shenandoah and the iconic Vince Gill. He has collaborated with them as a songwriter and as a producer.
Tom Wurth will always lean toward any song, regardless of genre, that has sustainable lyrics and a top notch melody. His voice is memorable and versatile while his entertainment style is engaging. He brings his audience the music they crave while getting them involved in the show. No two Tom Wurth shows are exactly alike because no two audiences are exactly alike.
From Classic Theaters and Venues to Historic Opera Houses Tom Wurth has already made his mark playing across the country and is thrilled to be able to bring his music to the Rio Grande Valley and the Winter Texan audiences.
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