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Tom Ovans – Party Girl (2010)

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Tom Ovans – Tombstone Boys, Graveyard Girls (2003)

Posted by on May 11, 2013 with No Commentsas

tom“Tombstone Boys, Graveyard Girls,” is Tom Ovans’ ninth album and third for Floating World records. His strongest and most thought-provoking work to date, the album has a tenacious grip on the good and the bad of the world and a poet’s view of its beauty and destruction. Musically the album finds an artist working on instinct and digging deep into the soul of each song. The album is filled with performances that are at once immediate and timeless.

Band:

Tom Ovans – vocals, acoustic guitar, electric guitar, mandolin, harmonica
Lou Ann Bardash – vocals, background vocals
Robert McEntee – electric guitar, background vocals
Mark Hallman – accordion, drums, bongos, maracas, tambourine, percussion, background vocals

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Tom Ovans – 15 Unreleased (2002)

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Tom Ovans is a Nashville-based, Boston-raised street rocker and song poet who is comfortable playing folk, blues, and hard-driving rock. His vocal style is eerily similar to that of Bob Dylan, with the power of Joe Ely. Tracks: 01. Sun City 02. Angelou 03. Wild Wind Blowing (live) 04. Dance With Me Girl (live) 05. […]

Tom Ovans – Dead South (1997)

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Tom Ovans is a Nashville-based, Boston-raised street rocker and song poet who is comfortable playing folk, blues, and hard-driving rock. His vocal style is eerily similar to that of Bob Dylan, with the power of Joe Ely. Tracks: 01. Killing Me 02. James Dean Coming Over The Hill 03. 1945 04. Here She Comes 05. […]