A winner of the first annual John Lennon Songwriting Contest, Tom Glynn lives in Nashville and has been named "One To Watch" by NSAI (Nashville Songwriter Association) as well as having several of his country songs singled out for their "Top 40" songs compilations. He has co-written with Wyatt Earp, who co-wrote Blake Shelton's hit "She's Got A Way With Words", as well as with The Voice's Casi Joy. He has performed regularly on Writers Night at the legendary Bluebird Cafe. Aside from country, Tom's pop songs have appeared on Showtime's "Californication" and a whole host of other network TV shows. As a singer-songwriter, he has shared the stage with Norah Jones and Five For Fighting. A lifelong musician, he plays guitar, piano and bass. Tom has amassed a catalog of over 100 songs during his career, all of them putting an emphasis on fresh melodies, memorable hooks and heartfelt lyrics. The Boston Globe calls him "a tunesmith at the top of his game".