Singer Tommy Cash
Tommy was born in Arkansas, one of seven children in his family, and eight years
after his brother Johnny. He formed his first band in high school and enlisted in the
Army after graduation. He deejayed for American Forces Radio Network. After the
Army, Tommy played with Hank Williams Jr., and later gained a record deal from
Musicor in 1965. A year later he joined United Artists and just missed the country
Top 40 in 1968 with “The Sounds of Goodbye.” In late 1969, while on Epic Records,
he delivered his biggest hit, a tune dedicated to JFK, RFK, and Martin Luther King
entitled, "Six White Horses.” 1970 saw a pair of Top Ten singles: “One Song Away”
and "Rise and Shine", and the Top 20 hit, “I Recall a Gypsy Woman.” Tommy
continues to tour the globe, bringing to his audience the best in entertainment. He
can even perform a musical "Tribute" to Johnny in his concerts.
For many years, Tommy has been sought after as a guest on NBC, ABC, CBS, TNN
(The Nashville Network) and has videos played on CMT (Country Music Television),
and also on TNN.
Box Office receipts have made Tommy Cash a worldwide star. Audiences from all
over the globe know that when Tommy Cash is performing, they'll get their money's
worth. It isn't enough just to sing the hits, one must entertain with engaging
conversation, wit, and charm, while giving a superb performance. Tommy Cash,
quintessential worldwide performer has entertained at the Grand Ole Opry,
Branson, American military bases, fairs, corporate functions, Las Vegas and concerts
on nearly every continent.
Tommy Cash is also a popular guest speaker. His life story and testimony have a
His great voice has been heard commercially for clients such as, Pepsi, Burger King,
GM, Beechnut, Sunoco and more.
Everyone will love Tommy and his very special voice. You will feel like you are in the
presence of country music royalty.
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