Saturday, September 3, 2022
Farm Museum Stage
It would not be an exaggeration to say that Tom Ingram's life is devoted to music. A singer/songwriter from Springfield, Massachusetts, his career spans more than 15 years. Currently appearing throughout New England in a trio under his own name, Ingram's songbook includes selections from modern as well as classic rock ranging from Sublime to the Beatles. As vocalist for the U2 tribute, Zoo Station, from 1992-97, Ingram traveled the country and acquired tremendous experience fronting a band. His background also includes a BA in music education. He teaches middle school music in Hampden, Massachusetts.
Ingram's first CD, The Deep End, released in 2002 is best described as a labor of love. An eclectic mix of many musical traditions and three years in the making, it was recorded at Zing Studio in Westfield, Massachusetts. The artist believes his first release offers something for every kind of listener. Whether it's old school rock, jazz or funk, you'll find it on The Deep End.
His second CD, released in 2003, features 12 songs. Also recorded at Zing Studio, Speed of Life was kicked off in the summer of 2003 at the Majestic Theater in West Springfield, Massachusetts. Co-produced and engineered with Jim Fogarty, Speed of Life, illustrates the wealth of material and depth from which Ingram writes. Ingram's second effort is expected to be every bit as popular as his first. Critics rave about its "powerhouse guitar" and "retro sound."
New England's rock chameleons performing at the 2022 Three County Fair with an extensive catalog of cover tunes from 60's classics to the rock 'n' roll of today. One big wall of sound!