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'American Heart' (part one)

by Tom Lambert

Honky Tonk Country
Genre: Country: Honky Tonk
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  Song Share Time Download
1. A Truckers Tribute To Red Sovine
3:23 $0.99
2. Honky Tonk And Lovin'
4:04 $0.99
3. Come On Home Little Baby
4:07 $0.99
4. One Stop Too Many
4:17 $0.99
5. Country Sound
4:18 $0.99
6. Sweet Little Gal Of Mine
3:54 $0.99
7. Country Line Dancin' Queen
3:33 $0.99
8. Crazy Love (from a crazy lady)
3:34 $0.99
9. Wanderin' Woman
2:49 $0.99
10. Lonesome Man
3:55 $0.99
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At age 12, Tom Lambert first took to the stage with a troop of vaudeville entertainers, based in Ligoniel, Belfast N. Ireland. 'The Vincinnetts' as they were known, staged concert shows all over Ireland and Tom first cut his musical teeth, 'On The Boards' as they say in show-business

In the middle 60s, Tom started to write and perform country music in the local bars and clubs and in 1970 he moved to South Australia. It was in Adelaide, were Tom signed to the 'Nationwide Label' and along with his good friend Joe Madill (also from Belfast) penned and recorded his first country album 'Big Rig Blues'.

The album was a big success, so good in fact that Tom was nominated in no less 5 categories of ' The Third Wrangler Australasian Country Music Awards' held at 'Tamworth Town Hall' NSW. (Australia's Grand Ole Opry ) on January 27th 1974.

APRA Award/The Best Australasian Recorded Composition. 'Big Rig Blues'.

Best Australasian Country Music LP. (Album) 'Road To Gold'.

Best Australasian Country Music Male Vocal. 'Tom Lambert.

Top Selling Australasian Country Music Track. 'Big Rig Blues'.

Best New Australasian Country Music Talent. 'Tom Lambert'.
In 1976, Tom returned to Ireland, to live at his present home in Lurgan Co. Armagh and has been writing and performing country music to audiences throughout Ireland, at week-ends, week-nights, on radio as a country music DJ and doing his daytime job, driving trucks.

Tom's latest CD album 'American Heart' (part one) 10 new original tracks is receiving air-play on radio stations as far afield as the USA, Denmark, Australia, the UK, throughout Europe on Country Music Radio and of course Ireland.

Tom was nominated and received the award for 'The Best New Country Music Singer-Songwriter' at the 'Radio Star' country music awards on the 17th April 1997.

I.C.M.A.G. (Germany)
Int'l Hall Of Fame
Awards 2002

Tom Lambert is destined to become one of country music's top singer-songwriters nationally and internationally.



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Pete Smith/ Country Music Journalist & Broadcaster/ UK.

Tom Lambert, from Belfast, began his entertaining career at the age of twelve. Dispirited by the troubles in his homeland, Tom moved to Australia where his stone country approach and songwriting talent quickly led to a recording contract.

In Australia Lambert was nominated for awards in several 'Best' categories including, Male Singer, Album, Song and Talent.

Returning to Ireland in 1976 Tom settled in County Armagh. 'American Heart' (part one) [TOM & JERRY Label] is the guy's latest album, a collection of original songs that owe nothing to contemporary Nashville or to Ireland, but are firmly seated in the traditions of Hank and Lefty, Red and Ernest. In fact Tom reminded me a little of Dave Dudley an impression enhanced by the frequent references to trucks.

Tom has a very strong baritone that he uses to good effect on these ten "real country" songs.

Irene Flind-Madsen/ Radio Amager, Skovlunde, Denmark.

Great mix of up-tempo and ballads, my favorite songs are /ALL CUTS.

Graham Hassall/ Country Music Journalist & Broadcaster / Radio N

A thoroughly enjoyable CD with great traditional style, super singing and music on every track.

This talented singer/songwriter puts his songs over really well and I have chosen these as my favorites,
'A Truckers Tribute To Red Sovine' ( a great tribute song) 'Honky Tonk And Lovin' and 'Crazy Love ( from a crazy lady)' all are terrific tracks. I also rate these as very good offerings,
'One Stop Too Many'/ 'Country Sound'/ 'Wanderin' Woman' and 'Lonesome Man'.

Toms easy, laid back style is very appealing country music, making this a quality release.

"Holger Petersen", hpthedj32@hotmail.com

"The best of true and real country music I have heard for a long time. It's hard to pick up a special song, 'cause all the songs are special to me, so love them all. And to you Tom, keep up with your real good work!
Holger. Radio DNK 1, Denmark.",