Tommy Homonym Releases ‘Two Waltzes’ EP
AC Pop EP Out Now
New Jersey – March 1, 2019 – They say it’s never too late to achieve one’s goals. Which is the sentiment Tommy Homonym has taken on as his own mantra as he continues to strive towards excellence with his 2019 EP release, Two Waltzes.
Mixed and mastered by David Darlington at Bass Hit Recording in New York City, Two Waltzes takes listeners back to the old days of Hollywood. John Allen Watts’ arrangement paired with Tommy Homonym lyrics give off a pop noir meets relaxed metropolitan vibe within the confines of a pair of songs that are true delights. Also helping urge Tommy’s double dose EP along are; Paul Nowinski (acoustic bass), Luiz Ebert (drums), Klaus Mueller (piano), Dan Urness (flugelhorn), and Jorge Continentino (flute). Together, the whole team was able to bring “Like a Ghost” and “Love is Fun” to life with wonderful pop-jazz elements that leave fans with a smile.
Tommy Homonym’s sound comes off like he’s been at his whole life, but he’s a late bloomer in regards to music. While he got to the gate later than others, he’s ready for the race as he’s performed at successful film festivals that have screened his video for “Ride a Wave.” That includes both the First Friday Film Festival in Kansas City in 2018 and at the Dallas Video Festival in 2019.
Tommy Homonym plans on promoting Two Waltzes as the year progresses. Those interested in reviewing the EP, featuring it on their site/playlist, or interviewing Tommy Homonym can reach out via the information provided below.
Tommy Homonym is a pop-jazz singer with a new EP, Two Waltzes, out now.
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