Tom Heyman

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Tom Heyman
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Background information
Occupation(s) Singer-songwriter, musician
Instruments Vocals, guitar

Tom Heyman is a San Francisco, California-based singer-songwriter.

Heyman started playing and recording in the late 1980s with the Philadelphia-based band Go To Blazes. He wrote songs, played guitar, and the band released 5 full-length records and toured the US and Europe extensively before breaking up in 1997. After relocating to San Francisco in 1998, he began working as a sideman, eventually joining local favorites The Court and Spark, as well as Chuck Prophet’s band. All the while he was discovering his voice as a solo artist and bandleader. His second solo record Deliver Me was critically acclaimed, receiving 4 star reviews in both Mojo and Uncut magazine, and songs from the record were heard in the TV shows True Blood, Justified and Damages.

Involvement with Mark Eitzel

Eitzel provides background vocals on Heyman's song "Bottles" from his 2005 album, Deliver Me.

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