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  • Tom Munch

    This show was on Mar 5th, 2017 | 32 people watched
    3 Comments
    • Mar 5
      Hi Tom, great to see and here you play tonight! Watching from a rainy Seattle tonight. With hints of snow in the air here as the evening chills down. Yet cozy inside next to my small fireplace I am warmed and moved with the power of you playing and singing much of the music we share from our past in New Mexico Philmont and Colorado. Music from the high plains to night takes me back. Having grown up in southwest Kansas, you sharing from Nebraska tonight stirs a deep resensce to the times my parents would share music in our home. A delightful routine that my sister and I looked forward to and loved weekly since we were both but wee little lads. Running laps around the living room while the fire in the fireplace pop and cracked as my dad played the piano.
    • Mar 5
      We would eventually settle down and find our cozy spots on the sofa with lots of blankets and singing and joy to share and fill our home and hearts with love.
    • Mar 5
      Thank you for all your you do to share your gift of music and love with us! I am delighted to know we can tune in and see you on a monthly basis now. First Sunday nights of the month. Just as delightful as those times with my family so many years ago. We are now making the new memories to embrace and charish for the years to come. Thank you again Tom for being you and sharing your talent and gifts with us. We are blessed. Peace always!
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  • Tom Munch

    This show was on Dec 18th, 2016 | 51 people watched
    3 Comments
    • Dec 18
      Yes - this was Tom Cantarine. I especially love Winter of '49, but it all was good. Thanks again.
    • Dec 18
      Tom: Great concert as usual. Sorry to hear about Jen's dad...hope is recuperating. You made our Christmas as this has been a tradition now. Christopher's family and Cat's family were on as well as two others but not logged in. Alan was listening but not from a deer stand this year. God bless you and your whole family and thank you so much for your concert. The Proschko's from Yoakum Texas.......keep warm!
    • Dec 19
      What was your favorite part of the performance?i enjoyed it very much. It was like being there in person.
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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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