January 26, 2015
Welcome, and thanks for stopping by. Have a look around. I can tell you that there’s some fun stuff in the Photo Album — conveniently arranged by decade, though the ‘80s are missing for some reason. I think I might have been having a bad hair decade.
In the Music Store the new video documentary, No Regrets, is the top seller by far, wherein you can learn something, but not everything, about my sordid past. For those of you interested in the Club 47 history and the ‘60s folk scene in Cambridge, MA, For The Love Of The Music is a great mini-history in three incarnations: CD, DVD and BluRay DVD. Check it out!
Just so’s you know: we recorded the Symphony Hall show at the end of December with Red Molly, Monica Rizzio and Grace Kelly. The music that night was exceptional (for my part I debuted five new songs) and a CD is in the works, though I won’t promise a delivery date at this point.
Again, thanks for being here. Have fun!
PS - There's a video trailer for the new DVD online and a special Facebook page.
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- RECENT INTERVIEWS & REVIEWS
Interview in Red Line Roots, December 19, 2014
Interview and songs on WBUR Radio, Boston, December 17, 2014
Interview and songs on WUMB, Boston, December 9, 2014
Interview by Lauren Daley in Huffington Post Entertainment, October 10, 2014.
Interview in the Hartford Courant, by Owen McNally. An especially good interview, July 15, 2014
Interview in the Broward Palm Beach New Times, January 7, 2014
Interview with music, with Kate McNally on N. H. Public Radio, December 22, 2013
Article and Interview, Tampa Bay Newspapers, December 24, 2013
Tom Rush Celebrates Folk Music History, Yarmouth Register, December 14, 2013
Interview in Connecticut Magazine, December 4, 2013
Robin Young talks with Tom on NPR, June 12, 2013
A first person account of Tom's recent Symphony Hall show in Foster's Daily Democrat, January 5, 2013
Boston Globe Review of Symphony Hall Concert, December 31, 2012
Tom Rush Celebrates 50 Years With a Return to Symphony Hall, Boston Globe, December 23, 2012
Tom visits the Boston.com Media Lab and performs several songs, December 3, 2012.
Celebrating 50 Years of Storytelling & Music - interview in the St. Petersburg (FL) Examiner, November 25, 2012
In a new video, "Why Tom Rush Refuses to Hurry," Tom talks with reporter Bill Shafer. The feature was produced by Growing Bolder. It appears on their website and will air on a number of PBS affiliates around the country in coming weeks. Released June 27, 2012.
Tom' appearance on NPR's "Here and Now" with Robin Young, May 15, 2012
Tom performs on WGBH-TV Boston, supporting the film
For the Love of the Music: The Club 47 Folk Revival, April 11, 2012
- Tom's performances on Garrison Keillor's A Prairie Home Companion, are available online:
April 16, 2011
May 29, 2010
April 18, 2009
- Tom's performance on Mountain Stage, aired on National Public Radio (NPR) in April, 2009.
(photo: Brian Blauser/Mountain Stage)
- Tom's video performance of Steven Walters' The Remember Song has cruised past 6 Million plays on YouTube!
- One of the very first music videos ever produced was for Tom's album, The Circle Game, circa 1968. Produced by Arthur Gorson it has been put online by Filmmaker Jonathan Moser.
- Tom watches his Facebook page closely and contributes when he can.
Tom with James Taylor following a benefit concert.
|"The Remember Song," can now be downloaded online from iTunes.|