Tom Woodbury is a singer-songwriter who, armed with an acoustic guitar and a handful of capos, sings about his quirky view of the world, blending folk with some tasteful pop and rock. Described as smart and soulful with something to say, his songs are heartfelt, often witty, and always honest. Tom's first full-length album TABLE 10 shows off his well-crafted songs with a top-notch group of musicians. He's been writing and playing for well over twenty years now. He did take a few years off around the millennium, but the music has found him again and he couldn't be happier about it. He's been playing regularly in and around Brattleboro, Vermont since 2007 and in 2008 he bit the bullet and recorded a CD which hit stores in 2009. 'a respectable first-time acoustic folk/pop effort with catchy tunes and lyrics that evince flashes of inspiration' -Nancy Sheehan, Worcester Telegram & Gazette 'A fantastic debut album from an unsigned artist. Just the right blend of folk, rock and blues. Nicotine Blues is my favorite cut. Sit back, relax and let Tom take you for a fun ride! A great find on iTunes.' -listener review at iTunes His song 'Broken Wheels' was featured on NPR's Car Talk in September 2009. He once had the pleasure of opening for Livingston Taylor and he's still grateful that Liv didn't say something like, 'Son, you should consider taking up the oboe.' He's willing to entertain comparisons to John Gorka, David Wilcox, and Richard Shindell, but such comparisons invariably make him blush and stare at his feet.