Watch Now: “Tom Rush Celebrates 50 Years on Stage”

Watch Now: “Tom Rush Celebrates 50 Years on Stage”

On December 28, 2012, Tom Rush celebrated his 50th year as a performer with a sold-out concert at Boston’s Symphony Hall. This 40 minute version featuring selected performances by Tom Rush and his guest performers: Buskin & Batteau, Jonathan Edwards, Dom Flemons and his house band was excerpted from the DVD version, available with a companion CD at tomrush.com. Watch this unforgettable milestone concert available for a limited time only. https://vimeo.com/ondemand/tomrushsymphonyhall

Crazy Clocks

Crazy Clocks

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New Song: “Life is Fine”

New Song: “Life is Fine”

So Tom let this little diddy leak out via the newsletter shortly before the 2014 Christmas Symphony Hall show. Matt Nakoa, who just happen to be near the studio was invited in to play on this track. Matt is a 2014 Kerrville Folk Festival New Folk Winner, and a multi-talented performer, and has been appearing with Tom on stage off and on ever since.

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lVDkGd41Oc0

 

Tom plays “Mole’s Moan” for Gene Shay farewell on WXPN

Tom plays “Mole’s Moan” for Gene Shay farewell on WXPN

WXPN’s Gene Shay, the “Dean of Folk DJ’s” retired from the airwaves after a glorious 50+ year career on Sunday, February 1st. As a tribute, Tom Rush plays a version of “Mole’s Moan,” the song Gene used as the theme to his weekly music show.

 

Shameless plug: Mole’s Moan appears on the album TOM RUSH Blues, Songs & Ballads, available in the online store.