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Possessing an amazing ability to write songs
  in many genres, from acoustic swing folk jazz,
to roots reggae and rock, native St.Louis musician
Tom Wood brings more than 25 years of professional
experience to each live performance.

His latest album release "Things Are Different Here"
features new originals, highlighting intelligent, thought
provoking lyrics as well as stellar musicianship.
As a vocalist and guitarist, his soulful and original
live performance style exemplify this artist's excellence.

He has performed at the prestigious SXSW music conference
in Austin, and numerous Music Festivals in the Midwest.
Currently, his indie record label distributes a catalog containing
6 independent albums of original work.


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Things Are Different Here

by Tom Wood

Concert at the focal point cultural center in Maplewood Mo. 

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Live at MarleyFest

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"Things Are Different Here" and "Serve Yourself and Save"


mongomon420@gmail.com  questions, comments, suggestions




Adult and Kid's Sizes Available

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Announcing the release of a new remix single from singer songwriter
Tom Wood. New Education Dub takes on a deeper sound through audio experimentation
into the realm of Dub. Originally titled " New Education " lyrically, the song
presents a stark view of systematic incarceration, reckless and destructive
political policies, through the lens of average citizens living during these
uncertain times. https://store.cdbaby.com/cd/tomwood110



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Musings & Updates

Good News !
mongomon has released  some new sounds. 
A remix of New Education, a song from
a previous album, in a Dub Reggae style. 
Please order from CD Baby on this link:


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There are no current tour dates posted at this time.


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