After gathering acclaim on his first two albums, Tom took time out to rediscover his passion for the guitar and love of song-writing on a journey that took him from the wilds of Devon, through the foothills of India and the mountains of Southern Spain, and ended in California, where he began the making of his long awaited third album: The Uncarved Block – Part One.

Tom’s debut, ‘Feather and Stone’, built via word of mouth and his irresistible live shows. His second album, ‘Skybound’, was ten extraordinarily powerful compositions, including the unforgettable ‘Better’, which also appeared on the soundtrack of ‘Run, Fat Boy, Run’, and the emotive ‘Almost There’ covered by Dame Shirley Bassey on her album ‘The Performance’. Tom also appeared with Dame Shirley at the BBC Electric Proms and last year also toured with Penguin Café

Witness him live, and you’re part of that rare experience of an audience totally captivated by what they’re watching. If a pin drops, you’ll hear it. “I try to go into a zen-like state when I’m performing, because it’s important for me to realise that everybody has the potential to be affected by music.”