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In October 94 Tom Stahl’, an operation on his back, and that prompted him to leave his truck driving career. He had a degree in communications, but was written a song or two, and with the support (in constant urging of his wife Lou, decided to continue in the same direction. Tom picked up his guitar and turned to music. In early 1995 he went to the Open Mic on Nietzsche in Buffalo, New York with four original songs. organizer of the open mic, Michael Meldrum, asked Tom to come back and make a showcase in March 1995. In the spring of that year he brought out the best tunes on the debut cassette, entitled “I want to do not know. “Now there’s a CD with the same name, same tunes, and generously of extra tracks to go with them. the ball started rolling from there. In 1996, Tom came out with its second CD, entitled” The Song Is The Thing . This CD features the unique sound Dangerfields, that two people could not describe the same. 8 group released the CD called “King Of The World” December 9, 2006 at Tralf Music Hall. Over the next three years, Tom has released two original CDs, entitled “Hang On” and “Shut Up And Smell of coffee.” In 2000, Tom formed a band and they immediately began to cooperate and work on their first CD together. called the CD “nothing”, and was released in 2001. In May 2002 they released “in Tralf” (Tom so eloquently put it “just as Mother’s Day”), a set of live recordings from December 2001 concert. Tom as solo artist and with his fellow band has opened for acts such as Eric Burdon & The Animals, Loverboy, Three Dog Night, Joan Osborne, America, Don McLean, Sarah Craig, Black 47, Moxy Fruvous, Tom Cochrane, David Wilcox, Dave Mason , Ron Hawkins [Lowest Of The Low], Artimus Pyle, blues legend Buddy Guy, Paul Revere And The Raiders, Leon Russell, Ellis Paul, Martin Sexton, Vance Gilbert, John Gorka and Loudon Wainwright III. They believe , arrives at the place near you soon! later than six CDs and a few gray hairs (at least for some members of the group), the Group finalized their 7-release “The majority of Town,” which was released in April 2003 .Dangerfields were labeled as R & B, folk, rock, pop, rockabilly, and country. We call it “Dangerfield-Esque”. What does everyone agree that this is one of the best songs you probably heard the east of Eden.