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Tom Goss is an unabashed romantic, known for his songs about love and longing. His music - described by many as reminiscent of Dave Matthews and Jason Mraz - has made him a prime mainstay in the LGBT music world. His music videos have spent weeks at the #1 spot on LOGO's NewNowNext.
Last year, upon the release of his CD Turn It Around, he embarked on a successful 50 city/10 week tour across the US.
Like his music, Tom’s story is a mix of struggle and spirit. He spent his high school and college years as a wrestler, leaving the family sport of gymnastics for one better suited to his teenage aggression. Following a brief stint as a teacher, he moved to Washington, DC in 2004 to enter Catholic seminary. It didn’t go as planned, and he abandoned his quest to become a priest—but not his desire to spread a message of hope and reconciliation through his music.
From Tom about his new CD: "Lost Songs and Underdogs is my most intimate album ever. Direct and honest. The product of isolation and soul searching. I holed myself into a one-room cabin in rural Virginia with no internet or phone—only my computer, keyboard, guitars and a handful of mics to keep me company. Eventually I emerged, a different musician and a stronger person. This is my story.*
Lost Songs and Underdogs will be released April 3rd.
Join Candi & Randy as they welcome Tom Goss to the show.
It's good to talk.