Tom May worked over the Winter with Billy Oskay at Big Red, recording, mixing and mastering his 13th CD (second at Big Red): “Blue Roads Red Wine.”
We usually do not profile artists who record at Big Red, but singer-songwriter Tom May is such an amazing human being that we felt compelled here to tell a bit about him.
Tom May, in addition to being a fine musician, is a radio personality, a writer, and a concert promoter. He is a gracious, caring person who treats all he meets with warmth and humor.
For over 20 years Tom has hosted the radio show “River City Folk” which is broadcast weekly to over 200 stations on the WFMT Fine Arts Radio Network.
Tom also created and promoted Winterfolk, one of the Northwest’s premier concerts that each year brings together some of the finest musicians from the folk tradition to raise money to support “Sisters of the Road Cafe.” Sisters of the Road Cafe
- Lyrical Strings Duo: From Mendelssohn to Satie
- One Bed One Bath?
- Lauren Sheehan: “Rose City Ramble” CD
- David Rovics with Big Red Rhythm
- Jimmy Free and his 7-string violin
- 2010 Projects at Big Red Studio
- Philip Glass “Orphee” recorded by Billy Oskay
- Fall-Winter 2008 at Big Red
- HannaH’s Field Project
- Belinda Underwood Session
- Rapper Young Buck session
- Isaac Simons “Eyes Awake” project
- Brian Hall Project
- Greg Earl Project
- David Jacobs-Strain
- Jim Page: Music from Big Red 2
- Jim Page: “Music from Big Red”
- Anne Weiss Sessions