New album - I Thought I Was Fine!
Street Date: Oct 15th 2021
The brand new studio album I Thought I Was Fine plus the 42 track anthology
30 Years Shot To Hell on Schoolkids Records
Pre-order NOW at Indiegogo!
Check out the pre-sale campaign which runs from the 2nd of September until 31st October 2021
As well as the album itself we’ve also come up with lots of very special goodies for you, including (but not limited to): house concerts, handwritten lyrics, hand-drawn CD and LP covers, art prints, an exclusive live CD and a very special exclusive anthology collection of all of my greatest misses called 30 Years Shot To Hell (42 tracks on CD, 25 tracks on vinyl) which comes packaged with incredible photos and artwork that span my entire career. This exclusive collection is only available to those who contribute to the campaign and both albums will be available in all three formats: CD, vinyl and digital download.
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Tommy Womack , who he?
I’m a songwriter and an author. I’ve won the “Best Song” award in the Nashville Scene Critics Poll twice. My three books (including Cheese Chronicles, which I’ve been told is a cult classic) have four and five-star reader ratings on Amazon. I’ve written songs for Todd Snider, Jimmy Buffett, Jason & the Scorchers, Dan Baird and others. I played in Government Cheese from ’85 to ’92. I played in the bis-quits (with Will Kimbrough) from ’92 to ’94, and we had the honor of making a record for John Prine’s label. I’ve made eight solo albums since then (counting this new one) and I’ve made three albums with a side project band called Daddy (again with Will Kimbrough).
I’m 5’10”, I like Ray Davies, Bob Dylan and Randy Newman, I’ve been married 29 years (to the same woman, no less), Tourette’s makes me blink my eyes a lot, and I pulled my face out of a bottle nine years ago. I’m crazy (so people tell me) and my crazy self is what I write about, I write funny songs about fears (if you like what I think is funny), I write sad songs about fears, and sometimes those tunes are funny and sad at the same time. If I have any mission at all as a songwriter, some higher purpose, it’s that I seek to make other messed-up people feel less alone – the end result of that being that while I’m not everybody’s cup of tea, the people who like me tend to really really like me.
“Womack mixes country, blues, and rock like a fast-fingered bartender on his new album, ‘Now What!’”
— New Yorker