About Tom Ingram
Guitar / Lead Vocals
Tom Ingram has been a viable force in the New England music community for more than 25 years, recording and playing alongside some of the area’s great artists. He’s recorded with Ed DuPont (Aquanett), guitar legend Joe Boyle, and world percussionist Tony Vacca.
After nearly a decade fronting U2 tribute band, Zoo Station, and three years playing bass for the Frank Manzi Band, Tom’s musical callings led him to a platform of his own. The formation of the Tom Ingram Band in 1999 not only gave him the opportunity to pay tribute to the artists who most influence him, but also an avenue to explore his expansive songwriting talents. His original music blends emotionally charged lyrics with elements of rock, funk and pop. With unique chord changes and self-reflective lyrics, Tom’s musical statements provide the ultimate exploration of the senses.
Voted the Valley Advocate’s Singer/Songwriter of the Year in 2005 and 2006, Tom has released three of his own albums -- The Deep End, Speed of Life, and Leave the World Behind -- and is currently in the studio cutting tracks for a fourth. His song, “Innocent” was featured on a radio show in Berlin, Germany called, “Rock of Nationen” in 2008. As an independent artist, Tom is driven to compose music that will allow him to branch into the film, gaming and television industries in the future.