There are words that resonate with Tom Wurth. You will hear him talk about “staying constant,” being “real” and
“natural.” They resonate in the songs he writes, those he chooses to record and in every aspect of his career.
It isn’t that Tom Wurth does not embrace change and growth. He has experienced a lot of that musically as he met
milestone after milestone in his career. At the same time though, he believes that music can be a “constant” for most people and they crave consistency from an artist.
Whether you sit down to talk about his career, where he has been, where he is going; or listen to the lyrics of each
song, you will know his commitment to that real and natural music. It is music you can count on with every song
and at every show.
The new album A Different Soul shows that commitment. There are deep roots that brace this album. Roots from his
small town up-bringing to his musical roots that are evident with the collaborations found on this new project which
includes Vince Gill, T. Graham Brown and John Ford Coley.
Out of the gate, at only twenty years of age, Tom Wurth was nominated for a Grammy. That particular milestone
built a foundation for his career. The Grammy experience fresh in his mind, Wurth pushed forward with his
Wurth initially signed as a staff writer with Belden; later signing with one of the largest publishers in the world, BMG Music Publishing. At BMG he garnered two major record label cuts including; “If the Road Runs Out,” appearing
on Ty Herndon’s Greatest Hits album and a Ken Mellons cut, “I Can’t Kick My Country” for a NASCAR
compilation, “Inside Traxx.”
Tom Wurth found the best school was on the road playing and in the studio recording. He took to both and never
looked back. He has shared a stage with some of the most respected and successful artists in music including
Vince Gill, John Ford Coley, T. Graham Brown, Eddie Money, Larry Gatlin and The Gatlin Brothers, Lonestar,
Billy Dean, Ronnie Milsap, Rascal Flatts, Billy Currington, LoCash, Pam Tillis, Mel Tillis, Thompson Square,
Marty Stuart, Tim Rushlow, Trick Pony, Clay Walker, Tony Coleman & many others.
“I’ve known Tom Wurth for several years. I’ve always appreciated his friendship and what I’ve always admired
was his professionalism. As we say in Alabama – he’s a hard charger. (He’s a) great entertainer, and one of the
true inspirations in this business!” – Marty Raybon
In 2006 Wurth signed his first record deal, recorded and released his first album on Aspirion Records. The first
release from Tom Wurth, “Bread On The Table,” reached the top thirty on the charts as well as earned a spot on
CMT.com for the single’s video. Wurth’s next two single releases (“Good Ground,” from the album Tom Wurth
and “If The Road Runs Out,” from If The Road Runs Out ) also enjoyed top thirty chart status.
“Tom Wurth is a three-way hitter. He’s a tremendously gifted vocalist and artist and a Grammy nominated
artist. Tom has a genuine love for the song, strong and memorable melody-tunes that people can sing along
with. Tom is truly a gifted singer with a style all his own. I think you’ll love what you hear.” – John Ford Coley