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Tom Rule is a multi-keyboardist hailing from the Middle Georgia area specializing in nothing-in-particular. Although this flies in the face of conventional music career advice, he has made it work because he is no ordinary duck.Read More...
Most of his solo material is keyboard-based, which again flies in the face of today's guitar-saturated music. His goal is to create music that can withstand multiple listens and still be interesting, What style does he write in? Ummmmmmm....... gee, sorry, you'll have to take a listen for yourself. About all you can say is it isn't urban, and it isn't boring.
Tom has worked on well over a dozen albums as keyboardist and/or arranger, including:
his own 2011 release ACCESSIBLE DEPTH - see here to listen or also for more info.
the 2012 jazz release by Joey Stuckey MIXTURE - Tom was co-everything on this one, which was the most played new jazz album in the college radio market for the last 3 months of 2012, according to one poll.
two albums by his band tom&co - see tom-and-co.com,
Dr. David Klee - Mi Bonita
Cathead Dooley - Yours Truly, Cathead Dooley,
Skeebo Knight - Jekyll Island Nights,
The Blessed Blend - Journeys through the Mist,
plus recordings by Joey Stuckey (see his website
and the Bob Huellemeir Orchestra.
Tom also had a hand in the Grammy-nominated audiobook by Ed Grisamore - Gris & That.
Tom's laugh can even be heard on the Bruce Goddard audiobook Live & Kickin'.