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Jun 24, 2013
Tom More commented on Melodic Revolution Records's group RoSfest 2013
"Wish I could go, but PA is just too far this year!"
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RoSfest 2013

Rites of Spring Festival celebrates ten years of success May 3-5, 2013 Artists from Japan, Poland, Italy, Sweden, Canada and Domestic U.S. to perform live on stage Friday, May 3  Bolus (Canada)  The Flower Kings (Sweden)  Kingcrow (Italy) Saturday, May 4  Jolly (USA) …See More
Feb 20, 2013
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Supernal Endgame at work

Supernal Endgame is an art-rock band from Dallas, Texas USA and a ProgRock Records recording artist. Our debut album, "Touch The Sky, Vol. 1" is available th...
Jul 15, 2012
Tom More left a comment for Votum
"Just listened to a bunch of your songs on YouTube and I love your sound! Awesome blend of the hard and soft with consistent melodicism and strong performances. Keep the music coming! Tom www.TomMoreMusic.com"
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And now for a mixed review

How then does one address the inevitable negative critiques of one’s work? It would be easy to simply use this space as nothing but repeated cheerleading and sales pitches. But while that makes marketing sense there is an element of hollowness if not deceit; a convenient blind spot. Certainly one of the hardest things for an artist to do is accept that their creation is not without blemish in the same way no parent wants to hear they have an ugly baby. But no song ever played has been all…See More
Dec 3, 2010
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Oct 13, 2010
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My review in Progression Mag

It's awfully nice that my first major piece of press was so positive. Eric Harabadian of Progression Magazine (the biggest and oldest U.S. publication dedicated to prog...www.ProgressionMag.com) reviewed "Self-Evident Truths" for their autumn issue. Here's what he had to say in full:"Tom More toiled for years in cover bands and more recently as sound engineer and composer for commercials and film projects. He mostly has remained behind the scenes but…See More
Sep 25, 2010

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I am the following; a
Fan of Music, Musician, Song Writer, Videographer/Video Production
Style of Prog
Neo-Prog
Biography
As many kids do, I started with piano lessons at an early age. But, when I recognized that practicing scales and Tchaikovsky could only lead to tuxedos, the Van Cliburn competition (as, perhaps, a stage hand), and a modicum of public approval and respect I made a break for my newly discovered world of rock-n-roll. My most musically impressionable years came during the era of 80’s hair bands and New Wave. I think I’ve shaken all that off but that was also when I first listened to Rush. They held my attention like no other group both technically and thematically. The challenge of their musicianship and refusal to write songs about love and partying was an impressive departure from the ordinary, and they have remained my biggest influence to this day (yeah, bass, keyboards, vocals…go figure). Living by the philosophy that playing several instruments ok made up for being really good with one I learned drums and percussion in high school band, then taught myself bass (complete with lots of bad playing habits) and was in several cover bands during my college years. A long stint working for Uncle Sam throughout the 90’s and the past few years kept me from a serious pursuit of music, but the embers still burned and I have returned ready to make up for that lost time.
Influences or Favorite Bands
Rush, Yes, (early) Genesis, I.Q., Porcupine Tree, Kansas, It Bites, Syzygy, Floyd, Boston, Van Halen, Journey
You can find me.
www.TomMoreMusic.com
More info;
My debut album "Self-Evident Truths" can be found at www.TomMoreMusic.com. My videography company, Restrung Lefty Media Productions, can be found at www.RestrungLefty.com.
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I'm the bassist for Supernal Endgame playing some of the tracks on "Touch The Sky, Vol. 1" in 2010 and "Vol. 2" due out later this year from ProgRock Records.

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And now for a mixed review

Posted on December 3, 2010 at 2:10pm 1 Comment

How then does one address the inevitable negative critiques of one’s work? It would be easy to simply use this space as nothing but repeated cheerleading and sales pitches. But while that makes marketing sense there is an element of hollowness if not deceit; a convenient blind spot. Certainly one of the hardest things for an artist to do is accept that their creation is not without…

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My review in Progression Mag

Posted on September 25, 2010 at 9:29pm 0 Comments

It's awfully nice that my first major piece of press was so positive. Eric Harabadian of Progression Magazine (the biggest and oldest U.S. publication dedicated to prog...www.ProgressionMag.com) reviewed "Self-Evident Truths" for their autumn issue. Here's what he had to say in full:

"Tom More toiled for years in cover bands and more recently as sound engineer and composer for commercials and film projects. He…

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Working through distraction

Posted on September 4, 2010 at 9:37pm 0 Comments

The past couple of months have been a really busy time; starting a new job, the wife getting a new job, rehearsing for next weekend’s Supernal Endgame show, working on the “El Negocio” score, plus a 17-month-old in the house. It has been quite an effort to get much original music listened to let alone written. I tend to write best when I have a couple or more uninterrupted hours to noodle around and record snippets or develop a longer phrase. Generally that’s always been found in the late… Continue

Loss-less downloads at Mindawn.com

Posted on May 22, 2010 at 3:16pm 0 Comments

My album "Self-Evident Truths" is now available from www.Mindawn.com as an OGG or FLAC digital download. "What in the world are those" you ask?...well, OGG is a format similar in quality and size to MP3 and works on all MP3 players. It's also $.99 per song. FLAC is a higher audio quality but not as monstrously sized as a WAV file (about half as large). But for the audiophile this is important especially with high quality playback systems. Clearer highs and… Continue

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At 10:00pm on September 26, 2012, Len Rice said…

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At 12:25pm on July 15, 2012, Len Rice said…

Tom, Thanks for accepting my Power of Prog invite! It means a lot that you are interested in my music, too. I hope you like it. I am trying to spread it worldwide hoping it will be enjoyed indefinitely. I have no cd, but my songs are Free Downloads (256Kbps) through powerofprog.com/profile/LenRice or www.ReverbNation.com/LenRice . Share with friends! Thanks again & keep up your great work! Len

At 11:48am on September 22, 2010, Jan Harkema said…
Thanks Tom for your comment.
At 10:15am on August 17, 2010, Melodic Revolution Records said…
Hello Tom
Just dropping in to wish you a very Happy Birthday from all of us here at power of prog
At 9:59pm on May 25, 2010, Theories of Prog-ability said…
Glad to meet you here @ Power of Prog.
Thanks for the add & greetings from Orlando, FL
Brian aka Theories of PROG-ability

At 2:33am on April 30, 2010, MARIUSZ SOBANSKY said…
Hello Tom,
fantastic Music!

big greetings

Mariusz
At 12:10pm on April 22, 2010, SUPERNAL ENDGAME said…
Tom,

The recordings sound great. Well recorded and evenly mixed. Let me know when the discs are available.
At 8:05am on April 21, 2010, Melodic Revolution Records said…
Hello Tom
Welcome to power of prog. Make yourself at home, and feel free to browse the site as there is much to do, see and listen to here and many new friends to make.
Now that's what we call prog!
Cheers Nick
 
 
 

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