Hands Of Time

Tom Bright

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First released in 1985 Tom Brights “Hands Of Time” garnered airplay on the CMJ national college radio charts as well as FM radio stations around the country. The record received rave reviews as well as interest from major record labels including EMI, A&M Records & many more. Original recording at Blackberry Way in 1984-1985 and backed by the Idle Strand, the 1980's synth driven pop rock with attitude sounds just as fresh today as when it was first issued over 30 years ago. Recently Blackberry Way Records placed several songs by Tom Bright with Play Network & Mood Media two of the biggest providers of music for the retail environments internationally. Tom Bright- Keyboard, Vocal Gary Menne-Bass Kevin Glynn-Drums Mike Owens- Guitar Produced by Mike Owens/Kevin Glynn & Tom Bright Remastered by Michael Owens 2020 @ Blackberry Way

“Mr Bright has a knack for catchy yet substantive melodies. At his best on Lebanon, he is wonderful” Boston Sweet Potato

“A top ten record…a record that matters” Musician Magazine

THE HARD REPORT Thanks to Blackberry Way Records… we’ve played several of their artists in the past and we’ll play more, especially from Tom Bright and Swing Set. Ron Sorenson KBLE Des Moines

Program Director Scott Klohn. Hot Rockin’ 104 KJJO Mpls, adds new songs from Blackberry Way to their playlist including Tom Bright and Flamin’ Oh’s.
Hot Rockin’ 104 FM KJJO Minneapolis

I enjoyed listening to Tom Bright and would like to hear more material as well as information on this artist. Aaron Jacoves West Coast director of A&R A&M Records

Thank You for sending me the new release by Tom Bright. I’m delighted to be in touch with you regarding this new talent. I believe the record shows potential. You have a real good thing going on there in Minneapolis. Lets work towards finding something great together. Michael Barackmam Vice President A&R EMI Records

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