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  • simpleman: Lazy Lester played this till the end, every time
  • mark: you tube says Ray Price and Elvis sang thid
  • mark: sang this also
  • mark: yes tom it is
  • mark: mark epperly
  • mark: thanks for sharing again tonight with the country oldies!
  • nyannatobin: lovely thanks
  • charlie: no concert tonight?
  • Oleta tipped $25!
  • charlie tipped $25!
  • Juanita tipped $25!
  • charlie: great song.your voice sounds great tonight!!!
  • Oleta: Of course, A.D. and Oleta are watching!
  • mark: looks like a ticket has to be purchased now through concert window. Is this a fluke or new rules? let me know sometime Tom.
  • Juanita : Just a dollar. You might be worth it. :)
  • Oleta: We did not have to buy a ticket.
  • charlie: a dollar is a bargain!!!!!!!!!!!
  • mark: i am not saying that Tom isn't worth a hundred dollar ticket either, because he ir
  • Oleta: Re: The Day the Music Died. Juanita and I were in either math or accounting class when our principal made the announcement. It was the first time some of my classmates were silent.
  • charlie: whatever it is called, this is a great song.
  • mark: is worth it! the fact is putting my credit card number out there is my problem.
  • mark: this is the first time I have seen this on concert window for Tom.
  • charlie: The Proschkos say thanks for the song!
  • Laura Hatfield tipped $2!
  • charlie: john denver covered it also.
  • BarbaraByrne tipped $5!
  • charlie: your version rocks!!!!!!!!!!!
  • BarbaraByrne: Tom thanks for allowing us to enjoy this intimate concert from your living room to ours! Loved it...Barbara in Monument
  • Oleta: My kind of song!
  • Laura Hatfield: I really enjoy these concerts, thank you
  • charlie: Your version is lots better thna Elton's...the guitar really adds to it.
  • charlie: Good song!
  • Laura Hatfield: Sweet!
  • charlie: Fantastic concert, Tom. Thank you so much for the concert!!!!

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  • Tom Munch

    This show was on Feb 3rd, 2019 | 23 people watched
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  • Tom Munch

    This show was on Jan 6th, 2019 | 26 people watched
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    • Jan 6
      Tom is the most incredible guitar player. I love watching him play, and oh yeah the singing's not bad either :)
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Bio

Tom Munch has brought a blend of Southwest-Folk-Jazz to Southern Colorado's music scene for over 2 decades. Tom has performed at a wide variety of venues, including concerts and festivals, restaurants and schools, civic events and nursing homes, and even dude ranches and the Royal Gorge Bridge. His versatility also is seen in an impressive repertoire of some 2,500 songs. Styles include jazz... more

Tom Munch has brought a blend of Southwest-Folk-Jazz to Southern Colorado's music scene for over 2 decades. Tom has performed at a wide variety of venues, including concerts and festivals, restaurants and schools, civic events and nursing homes, and even dude ranches and the Royal Gorge Bridge. His versatility also is seen in an impressive repertoire of some 2,500 songs. Styles include jazz standards, western, folk, classic rock, R&B, children's and rare historic songs, plus originals. Tom finds the heart of each song and performs with a love of music and respect for his audience, whether it be in a concert setting or for his weekly work with Alzheimer's patients. Tom has released 8 CDs: "Tribute," featuring classic jazz standards in a tribute to his father; "Signature," "Profile" and "Down to Earth," featuring an eclectic mix of favorites from the 20 years of playing; "Christmas," a collection of holiday songs; and a retrospective colonial music CD for the Zebulon Pike Bicentennial featuring a collaboration with Don Richmond and Rex Rideout titled "A Voyage of Such Nature," “Cowboy Americana,” featuring favorite cowboy & American songs. His latest album is “Songwriter,” a collection of all-new original tunes written in just the last two years. Tom spent much of his life in New Mexico where he acquired an ear for both Southwest music and Texas two-step. He melded these musical loves with his formal education in music from the University of Nebraska. In Pueblo Tom stretched his musical talents into the realm of producing concerts by bringing in nationally renowned folk artists. Recently Tom has been the musical director for the “Song of Pueblo” oratorio, a musical & visual history of Pueblo, Colorado, & he was featured on CBS-4 TV Denver’s “Colorado Getaways” singing on a mountain pass among the bristlecone pines. Tom's strength lies in his ability to adapt to any venue and audience. He can croon with the best or bring the audience to its feet with a toe tapper, all the while with a smile and a genuine affection for the music.

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