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Earl Thomas is a blues singer/songwriter with songs covered by artists including Tom Jones, Etta James, Solomon Burke and Screamin' Jay Hawkins. He has twice been nominated for a Grammy and won the SD Music Awards 4 times.Buy Tickets
Earl Thomas is a blues singer/songwriter with songs covered by artists including Tom Jones, Etta James, Solomon Burke and Screamin' Jay Hawkins. He has twice been nominated for a Grammy and won the SD Music Awards 4 times.
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A two time GRAMMY® Award nominee and four time San Diego Music Award winner, he has been called "one of the most important blues figures of this decade" and most would agree that Earl Thomas is in a class by himself. He is a tireless "Blues Ambassador" performing shows throughout Europe, North and South America. He made his European debut in 1992 at Switzerland's renowned Montreux Jazz Festival and has since been a regular headliner there. He's released fifteen cds to date and is a successful songwriter. Icons Etta James, Solomon Burke, Screamin Jay Hawkins, and Sir Tom Jones are just a few of the artists who have covered an Earl Thomas song. His music is featured on mainstream, satellite, and internet radio, television, and feature films. He signed his first recording contract in the early 90s with Bizarre Straight Records after being discovered by legendary Hollywood music impresario Herb Cohen. His professional career began with the release of Blue...Not Blues, (Bizarre/Straight 1991) an album praised by Rolling Stone Magazine as "a pivatal blues recording" and "a game changer." With so much acclaim and recognition, Earl Thomas is a genuine blues star. His name is secure in blues history but, to hear him tell it, "I'm just a 21st century bluesman who knows where he comes from and that I carry the story of the ancestors in my veins..."