Tom Wurth was a pleasure to hear and watch at last week’s Valley Star Awards. He has a resonating voice that adds to the country music he sings.
You will hear him talk about “staying constant,” being real and natural. These things resonate in the songs he writes, those he chooses to record and in every aspect of his career. He has a commitment to real and natural music. It is music you can count on with every song and at every show.
In his recent album, “A Different Soul,” Wurth shows his roots from his small-town up-bringing to his musical roots that are evident with the collaborations found on the album which includes Vince Gill, T. Graham Brown and John Ford Coley.
At twenty years of age, Wurth was nominated for a Grammy for his music. That milestone built a foundation for his career, helping him push forward into his songwriting aspirations. With his songwriting, he became a staff writer with Belden, and later with BMG Music Publishing.
He soon found the best school for him was on the road playing and in the studio recording. He took to both and never looked back. He has shared the stage with some of the most respectful and successful artists including Eddie Money, Larry Gatlin, Lonestar, Billy Dean, Ronnie Milsap, Rascal Flatts, Pam Tillis, Mel Tillis, Marty Stuart, Clay Walker and many others.
In 2006, he signed his first record deal, in which some of those reached top place on music charts and CMT.com. In 2012, his album “Midnight Rain,” brought together his soulful blend of country with his trademark additions of R&B and gospel. He spent nearly two year’s producing his newest album “A Different Soul.”
Music isn’t just a vacation for Wurth – it defines him as a person.
He only has a few more show remaining this season until he returns in January next year. His remaining shows are February 28 at Circle T Park in Mission at 7 p.m.; March 6 at Llano Grande Lake Park Resort in Mercedes 3 p.m.; March 7 at Sunshine RV Resort in Harlingen at 7 p.m.; and March 8 at Alamo Palms RV Resort at 6 p.m.
To find out more about Tom Wurth, visit his website at tomwurth.com.