Tom Hambridge

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Tom Hambridge
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Background information
Birth nameThomas Jay Hambridge
Born (1960-12-20) December 20, 1960 (age 60)
Buffalo, New York, United States
GenresRock, country, blues
Occupation(s)Record producer, musician, songwriter, singer
InstrumentsDrums, vocals
LabelsArtemis Records, Superstar Records, EMI Music Publishing, Black Rose, Ocean Records, UTR Music Group
Associated actsBuddy Guy, BB King, Susan Tedeschi, Joe Bonamassa, George Thorogood & The Destroyers, Keb' Mo', Billy Gibbons, Bo Diddley, Johnny Winter, Meat Loaf, Hank Williams, Jr., Boston, Chuck Berry, Marty Sammon, Quinn Sullivan, Billy Ray Cyrus, Devon Allman, Felix Cavaliere, Fog Hat, Jonny Lang, Rodney Atkins, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Montgomery Gentry, Martha Reeves & The Vandellas, Delbert McClinton, Joe Louis Walker, Taylor Hicks, Wayne Baker Brooks, Guitar Shorty, Tommy Castro, Jim Suhler, Steve Cropper, Murali Coryell, Joanna Smith, Danny Gokey, Jeffrey Steele, Gretchen Wilson, Jack Ingram, Keith Anderson, Van Zant, Ashley Judd, Shemekia Copeland, Joe Nichols, Kenny Neal, Pat Greene, NRBQ, Jim Allchin
WebsiteOfficial Website

Thomas Jay Hambridge[1] (born December 20, 1960)[2] is an American rock, country, and blues, producer, songwriter, musician and vocalist. Hambridge has received two Grammy Awards,[3] an ASCAP award,[4] seven Grammy nominations,[5] seven Boston Music Awards, and has been inducted into the Buffalo Hall of Fame.[6] In December 2015, Tom was given the key to his hometown of Buffalo, NY with Mayor Byron Brown declaring December 28 "Tom Hambridge Day."[7] Hambridge's songs have been recorded by several notable artists and have been featured in movie productions, commercials and television programs. He has been referred to as "The White Willie Dixon" by Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Inductee Buddy Guy[8] and Susan Tedeschi's "Secret Weapon".[9]


Born and raised in Buffalo, New York, Hambridge began learning the drums at the age of 5. He played his first paying gig, a bar mitzvah, in third grade. Throughout his school years, Hambridge played in garage bands, his high school orchestra and jazz band. After graduating from high school in 1979, he received a scholarship at Boston's Berklee College of Music.[10]

Tom Playing Drums.
Tom Hambridge

He received his degree in Professional Music in 1983. After graduation, he worked for three years as drummer and lead singer for the blues guitarist Roy Buchanan. While working with Buchanan, Hambridge contributed as a musician on Buchanan's release, Live: Amazing Grace.[11] In the meantime, he formed the band "T.H. and the Wreckage". In 1988, the band released Born to Rock,[12] one of several independent, self-produced albums Hambridge has completed. Born To Rock was the first of the many Boston Music Awards he has received. In the meantime, he assisted promoters assemble backup bands for artists such as Bo Diddley, Percy Sledge, Chuck Berry, Gary Puckett, and Sha Na Na.[6]

Hambridge released his own album Still Running in 1996.[13]

In 1997, he produced Susan Tedeschi's Just Won't Burn. Hambridge wrote Tedeschi's Top 10 hits "Rock Me Right" and "It Hurt So Bad".[14] In the meantime, he also released his own album Balderdash in 2000.[15] Hambridge received a subsequent 2004 Grammy nomination (Grammy Award for Best Contemporary Blues Album) for his contributions on Johnny Winter's release I'm A Bluesman ("Cheatin' Blues" and "Lone Wolf").[16] Shortly thereafter, Hambridge released his album Bang N' Roll (2004) and the album Live (2007).[17]

In 2008, he received Grammy nominations (Grammy Award for Best Traditional Blues Album) for his work on Buddy Guy's Skin Deep. Skin Deep debuted at number 68 on the Billboard 200 which was the highest position of any of Guy's previous albums, and was number 1 on the Billboard Blues Album Chart. Hambridge released his own album Boogieman (2009).[18] In 2011, he won the Grammy Award for Best Contemporary Blues Album for co-writing and producing Buddy Guy's album Living Proof.[19]

He was credited as the producer, songwriter and percussionist for George Thorogood and the Destroyers 2011 release 2120 South Michigan Ave., which included the song "Going Back" that reached number 1 on Classic Rock Radio. Also in 2011, he wrote and produced B. B. King and Buddy Guy's duet "Stay Around A Little Longer."[20]

Other recognized 2011 successes include writing/co-writing all songs on Quinn Sullivan's release Cyclone[21] (2011, number 7 on the Billboard Blues charts, July 30, 2011).[22] Later in 2013, Hambridge would do the same on Quinn Sullivan's release "Getting There"[23] which charted at 38 on the Billboard Blues Charts.[24]

In 2015, Hambridge earned his second Grammy Award for Best Blues Album for his contributions as a musician, producer, composer and mixer on Buddy Guy's Born to Play Guitar.

In 2016, Hambridge produced Mike Zito's album "Make Blues Not War"[25] which debuted at number 1 on the Billboard Charts on December 10, 2016[26] and earned his seventh Grammy Award Nomination[27] for his production work on Bloodline.

Hambridge's songs and productions have appeared on a variety of television shows, movies and commercials. These include "It Hurt's So Bad" (Susan Tedeschi) on PBS's Austin City Limits,[28] Autumn Hearts,[29] VH1's Born To Diva,[30] NBC's Conan O'Brien,[31] and The Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn.[32] In addition, "Rock Me Right" (Susan Tedeschi) appeared in Autumn Hearts,[29] David Letterman Show, NASCAR Rocks II (1999),[33] and Flintstones in Viva Rock Vegas.[34] "I Fell in Love" (Susan Tedeschi) appeared on the Bug soundtrack.[35] Plus, "Road Trip" and "I Got A New Car" (Tom Hambridge) appeared in the movie Cars. "Flying By" (Billy Ray Cyrus) appeared in the film, Flying By.

Hambridge has performed multiple times at the White House. On February 21, 2012, he joined Buddy Guy, Keb Mo, Susan Tedeschi, Derek Trucks, Mick Jagger, BB King and others in a performance for the White House's "Red, White and Blues" Black History Month celebration concert. During the performance, President Barack Obama provided a brief history of the Blues and accompanied the group during the song "Sweet Home Chicago". On October 14, 2015, Hambridge returned to the White House with Buddy Guy, Marty Sammon, Trombone Shorty, Carol Burnett, Queen Latifah, MC Lyte, Keb Mo, Smokey Robinson and others for "A Celebration of American Creativity: In Performance at the White House", commemorating the 50th anniversary of the National Endowment for the Humanities.


As leader
Year Album Label
1995 Still Running Bad Mood Records
1998 Balderdash Artemis Records
2004 Bang N' Roll UTR Music Group
2007 Tom Hambridge & the Rattlesnakes Live Black Rose Records
2009 Boogieman Black Rose Records
2011 Boom! Superstar Factory
2018 The NOLA Sessions Superstar Factory
As contributing artist
Year Recording Artist Album Songs Contribution Award
1998 Susan Tedeschi Just Won't Burn Friars Point, It Hurt So Bad, Rock Me Right Guest Artist, producer, Drums, Tambourine, Timbales, Percussion, Vocals (Background), composer Grammy Nominated Best Contemporary Blues Album[36]
2000 Bernard Allison Across The Water I Want To Get You Back[37] Composer
Farm Aid Farm Aid: Keep America Growing, Vol. 1[38] Composer
Flintstones in Viva Rock Vegas [38] Producer/Composer
2002 Susan Tedeschi Wait For Me Til I Found You, I Fell in Love[39] Composer
NRBQ Atsa My Band You Were The One[40] Composer
Tim Krekel Happy Town Best Thing I Never Had[38] Vocals (Background), composer
2003 Ana Popovic Comfort to the Soul Fool Proof[38] Composer
George Thorogood & The Destroyers Ride 'Til I Die The Fixer[38] Guest Artist, producer, Vocals, composer
Lynyrd Skynyrd Vicious Cycle Jake, Mad Hatter, Pick'Em Up, Rockin' Little Town, Sweet Mama Vocal Harmony, composer
Martin Scorsese: Best of the Blues Best of The Blues Best of the Blues Performer (drums)
Peter Malick Group Featuring Norah Jones New York City New York City Composer/Performer
2004 Montgomery Gentry You Do Your Thing Additional Personnel, Vocals (Background), musician
Jeffrey Steele Outlaw Drive, Shot Glass[38] Percussion, Vocals (Background), musician, composer
Scott Holt Chipped Front Tooth Composer
Johnny Winter I'm A Bluesman Cheatin' Blues, Lone Wolf[38] Mixing, Audio Production, Drums, Percussion, Vocals (Background), composer Grammy Nominated; Best Contemporary Blues Album
2005 Delbert McClinton Cost Of Living I Had A Real Good Time, Kiss Her Once For Me, One of the Fortunate Few, Right To Be Wrong[38] Vocals, Percussion, composer
Colin Linden Southern Jumbo I Give Up[38] Composer
Jimmy Thackery Healin Ground Get Up, Had Enough, Upside of Lonely[38] Main Personnel, Drums, composer
Keith Anderson Three Chord Country and American Rock & Roll Every Time I Hear Your Name, Podunk[41] "Every Time I Hear Your Name" debuted at number 49 on the U.S. Billboard Hot Country Songs for the week of January 7, 2006.[38] Vocals, Vocals (Background), composer 2007 ASCAP Song of the Year. "Every Time I Hear Your Name" debuted at number 49 on the US Billboard Hot Country Songs for the week of January 7, 2006
Shemekia Copeland Soul Truth You Can't Have That[38] Vocals (Background), composer
Van Zant Get Right with the Man I Know My History, Sweet Mama, Things I Miss The Most[38] Composer
2006 Beccy Cole Feel This Free You Can't Have That[38] Composer
Cody McCarver Peace, Love and Coondawgs Country Badass Composer
George Thorogood The Hard Stuff Any Town USA, The Hard Stuff[38] Percussion, Vocals (Background), Associate Producer, composer
John Brannen Twilight Tattoo-Advance Heartbreak Ridge[38] Drums, Percussion, composer
Lee Roy Parnell Back to the Well You Can't Lose 'Em All[38] Drums (Snare), composer
Montgomery Gentry Some People Change Your Tears Are Comin[38] Composer
Rodney Atkins If You're Going Through Hell About The South[38] Composer
Pat Green Cannonball I'm Tryin' To Find It[38] Composer
T. Graham Brown Present The Present[42] Composer
Tom Hambridge / Disney Cars Lightning McQueen's Fast Tracks Road Trip, I Got A New Car Primary Artist
2007 Billy Ray Cyrus Home at Last Flying By[38] Vocals (Background), composer Flying By is a 2009 drama film directed by Jim Amatulli and starring Billy Ray Cyrus, Heather Locklear, Olesya Rulin and Patricia Neal. It was the final film for Neal.
Joe Nichols Real Things My Whiskey Years[38] Composer
Van Zant My Kind of Country Friend, Goes Down Easy, My Kind of Country[38] Composer
Barbara Blue Blues Band By Popular Demand[38] Composer
Disney Pixar Buddy Songs / Ratatouille: What's Cooking?[38] Primary Artist
2008 Andre Williams Rhythm and Blues She Don't Eat Meat[38] Producer, Liner Notes, Drums, Percussion
Felix Cavaliere Nudge It Up A Notch Impossible, Without You[38] Composer
Jeffrey Steele Gold, Platinum, No Chrome, More Steele: Greatest Hits, Vol 2. Everytime I Hear Your Name[38] Member of Attributed Artist, Drums, Percussion, composer
Jeffrey Steele Countrypolitan My Whiskey Years[38] Member of Attributed Artist, Drums, composer
Jeffrey Steele Hell On Wheels Helldorado, Sweet Salvation of Southern Rock and Roll, Tryin to Find It, Your[38] Composer
Steve Cropper Nudge It Up A Notch Impossible, Without You[38] Composer
Gary Nicholson (singer) Whitey Johnson Drums [38]
Montgomery Gentry My Town/You Do Your Thing[38] Vocals (Background), musician
Buddy Guy Skin Deep Best Damn Fool, Too Many Tears, Lyin' Like A Dog, Show Me The Money, Every Time I Sing The Blues, Out of The Woods, That's My Home, Skin Deep, Who's Gonna Fill Those Shoes Producer, Mixing, Main Personnel, Vocals, Drums, Tambourine, Handclapping, Percussion, Vocals (Background) Grammy Nominated: Best Traditional Blues Album[43]
George Thorogood and The Destroyers The Hard Stuff Love Doctor, I Didn't Know[44] Composer
2009 Billy Ray Cyrus Back To Tennessee Give It To Somebody[38] Composer
Chris Young Man I Want To Be The Shoebox[38] Composer
Andy Pratt Live at the Village Underground 2003[38] Drums
Roy Buchanan Live Amazing Grace[38] Drums
Jennie Devoe Strange Sunshine[38] Composer
Delbert McClinton Acquired Taste She's Not There Anymore, Until Then[38] Drums, composer
Delbert McClinton Boogieman You're My Kind of Trouble[38] Composer
Don Rich You're Mistaken It Hurt So Bad[38] Composer
Jack Ingram Big Dreams & High Hopes Not Giving Up On Me[38] Composer
Mark Lowry Life Gets Loud Take It Up With Jesus[38] Composer
Murali Coryell Sugar Lips Blame It On Me, Closer To You Baby, I Could've Had You, I Still Do, Minor Funk, Still Rockin, Sugar Lips, What Works On You, What You Gonna Do About Me, Where is the Spirit[38] Producer, Drums, Percussion, Vocals (Background), composer
Taylor Hicks Distance Nineteen[38] Composer
2010 Buddy Guy Living Proof All Tracks Producer, Mixing, composer, Drums, Percussion, Tambourine, Vocals (Background) Grammy Award Winner Best Contemporary Blues Album[45]
Danny Gokey My Best Days Life On Ya[38] Composer
Eden Brent Ain't Got No Troubles Right To Be Wrong[38] Composer
Steve Cropper & Felix Cavaliere Midnight Flyer All Nigh Long, Chance WIth Me, Early Morning, Midnight Flyer, Move The House, Now, Sexy Lady, When You're With Me, you Give Me All I Need[38] Producer, Drums, Percussion, Vocals (Background), composer
Gretchen Wilson I Got Your Country Right Here[38] I Got Your Country Right Here, Walk On Water Composer
Guitar Shorty Bare Knuckle Get Off[38] Composer
Meat Loaf Hang Cool Teddy Bear Boneyard Composer
Joanna Smith Getting Married Gettin' Married[46] Composer
2011 Billy Ray Cyrus I'm American Nineteen[38] Composer
George Thorogood 2120 South Michigan Ave. Going Back, Willie Dixon's Gone[38] Producer, Mixing, Drums, Percussion, Vocals (Background), composer
Bob Bogdal/McKnight & Bogdal/Elam McKnight Zombie Nation[38] Drums
Marcia Ball Roadside Attractions Their Party's Still Going On[38] Composer
Quinn Sullivan Cyclone[38] All tracks Composer/Performer/Producer Album Earned number 7 on the Billboard Blues charts, July 30, 2011
2012 Joe Louis Walker Hellfire Hellfire, Ride All Night, I Won't Do That, I'm On To You, What's It Worth[47] Producer, Mixing, Drums, Percussion
Rascal Flatts Changed[48] She's Leaving Composer
Buddy Guy Live at Legends Best Damn Fool, Skin Deep Polka Dot Love, Coming For You[38] Producer, Mixing, Vocals (Background), Mastering, composer, Drums, Percussion, Tambourine
The Outlaws It's About Pride[38] Nothin' Main About Main Street Composer
ZZ Top La Futura Over you, I Don't Wanna Lose You, Threshold of A Break down[38] Composer
Lynyrd Skynyrd Last of a Dyin Breed Good Teacher, Nothing Comes Easy, Honey Hole, Do It Up Right[38] Composer
Colin Linden Still Live I Give Up[38] Composer
Beverly Rohlehr Christmas Gumbo Santa's Hideway[38] Composer
Michael Burks Show Of Strength I Want To Get You Back[38] Composer
Jim Quick Down South It's Always Something[38] Composer
The Crawdiddies Soul of A Man 'Til I Found You[38] Composer
Tre Michaels Shotglass[38] Composer
Wayne Baker Brooks Tricks Up My Sleeves EP[38] Composer, Drums, producer
Ernie and the Automatics Good As Gone Good Thing[38] Composer
2013 Buddy Guy Rhythm & Blues Best in Town, Justifyin’, I Go By Feel, What's Up With That Woman, One

Day Away, What You Gonna Do About Me, The Devil's Daughter, Whiskey Ghost, Rhythm Inner Groove, Meet Me in Chicago, Too Damn Bad, Evil Twin, I Could Die Happy, Never Gonna Change, All That Makes Me Happy Is The Blues, My Mama Loved Me, Blues Don't Care, I Came Up Hard[38]

Producer, Mixing, Mastering, composer, Drums, Tambourine, Vocals (Background) Debuted at No. 1 on Billboard Magazine's Blues chart, Debuted at No. 27 on Billboard's Top 200 Albums[49]
Quinn Sullivan Getting There Checkin’ Out, Catch A Groove, Getting There, World in Change, Mr. Gloom,

I Know I Know, Rock Hard, She Gets Me, Cyclone, Like Your Love, Things I Won't Forget, End of the Day[38]

Composer Number 38 on the Billboard Blues Charts, August 24, 2013[50]
Delbert & Glen Blind Crippled & Crazy Peace in the Valley[38] Composer, Drums
George Thorogood/George Thorogood & The Destroyers Icon [38] Producer
George Thorogood/George Thorogood & The Destroyers Ride 'Til I Die/The Hard Stuff [38] Additional Production, Associate Producer, composer, Percussion, Vocals, Vocals (Background)
James Cotton Cotton Mouth Man Cotton Mouth Man, Midnight Train, Mississippi Mud, Something For Me,

Blues Is Good For You, Hard Sometimes, He Was There, Saint On Sunday, Wrapped Around My Heart, Young Bold Women, Wasn't My Time To Go, Bonnie Blue[38]

Producer, Mixing, Mastering, Drums, Percussion, Vocals (Background) 2014 Grammy Nominee for Best Blues Album
Eric Bourdon 'Til Your River Runs Dry Old Habits Die Hard[38] Composer
Jack Mack & The Heart Attack Horns Look' Up! Lonely No More, Lookin' Up, Good Man Gone[38] Composer
The McCrary Sisters All The Way Skin Deep[38] Composer
Sean Chambers The Rock House Sessions Just For the Thrill, Money in a Minute[38] Composer
Sena Ehrhardt All In I Want To Get You Back[38] Composer
Clay McClinton Bitin' At The Bit Sound of a Small Town[38] Composer
Andy T/Nick Nixon Band Drink Drank Drunk Drink Drank Drunk[38] Composer
RB Stone Loosen Up High Horse, Loosen Up, God Heals You When You Cry, She's Too Hot To Handle[38] Composer
Kree Harrison American Idol Top 4 Season 12/19 Recordings It Hurt So Bad[38] Composer American Idol (season 12) Performance
2014 Devon Allman Ragged & Dirty Half Truth, Can't Lose 'Em All, Leavin, Times Have Changed[38] Producer, Mixing, Mastering, composer, Drums, Percussion, Tambourine, Vocals (Background), Xylophone
Brad Hatfield For A Change That's My Home, Back Door Scratchin’, Behave Yourself, Smarter Than I Was, Devil On Both[38]

Shoulders, So Much So Little, Good Love After Bad, Drink Drank Drunk, For A Change, Swamp Poker

Keb' Mo' BLUES Americana Move[38] Composer, Drums
Lee Ann Womack The Way I'm Livin[38] Drums (Bass)
Jeremiah Johnson Grind[38] Mastering
Too Slim and the Taildraggers Anthology Wishing Well, Big Ol' House[38] Producer, Mixing, Drums, Percussion, Vocals (Background), Mastering
JW-Jones Belmont Boulevard Love Times Ten, Blue Jean Jacket, Coming After Me, Don't Be Ashamed,

What Would Jimmie Do?, If It Feels Good Tomorrow, Cocaine Boy[38]

Producer, Composer, Drums, Vocals (Background) JUNO Award Nominee (Canada)
Clay McClinton Bitin' At The Bit Sound of a Small Town[38] Composer
Joe Louis Walker Hornet's Nest Hornet's Nest, All I Wanted To Do, As The Sun Goes Down, Stick a Fork In Me, Love Enough, Ramblin’ Soul, I'm Gonna Walk Outside, Not in Kansas Anymore, Keep the Faith[38] Producer, Mixing, Drums, Tambourine, Percussion, Vocals (Background), Mastering, composer
Dana Robbins Danna Robbins Hardest Part, Bless Your Heart[38] Producer, Mixing, Mastering, composer, Drums, Finger Snaps, Tambourine
2015 Buddy Guy Born To Play Guitar Born To Play Guitar, Wear You Out (featuring Billy Gibbons), Back Up

Mama, Whiskey Beer & Wine, Kiss Me Quick, Crying Out Of One Eye, Turn Me Wild, Crazy World, Smarter Than I Was, Thick Like Mississippi Mud, Flesh And Bone (featuring Van Morrison), Come Back Muddy[38]

Producer, Mixing, composer, Drums, Percussion, Tambourine, Triangle, Vocals (Background), Wind Chimes Grammy Best Blues Album
Royal Southern Brotherhood Don't Look Back Hard Blues[38] Producer, Mixing, Mastering, composer
Rodney Atkins Greatest Hits About The South[38] Composer
2016 Mike Zito Make Blues Not War Highway Mama, Wasted Time, Red Bird, Crazy Legs, Make Blues Not War, On

The Road, One More Train To Ride, Girl Back Home, Chip Off The Old Block, Road Dog[38]

Producer, Mixing, Drums, Mastering, composer, Vocal Harmony Debuted at number 1 on the Billboard Music Charts on December 10, 2016[51]
Ana Popovic Trilogy[38] Mastering, Mixing, producer
Devon Allman Ride Or Die Shattered Times[38] Producer, Mixing, Drums, Percussion, Mastering, composer
Ronnie Dunn Tattooed Heart[38] That's Why They Make Jack Daniels Composer
Kenny Neal Bloodline Real Friend, I Can't Wait, I'm So Happy, I Go By Feel, Bloodline[38] Producer, Drums, Percussion, Vocals (Background), composer, engineer, Mastering, Mixing Grammy Nomination[52]
Joe Bonamassa Blues of Desperation Mountain Climbing, Distant Lonesome Train[38] Composer
Rossington Take It On Faith I Should’ve Known, Shame On Me, Something Fishy[38] Composer
Foghat Under The Influence Under The Influence, Knock It Off, Upside of Lonely, Heart's Gone Cold, Hot Mama, Ghost[38] Producer, Mixing, Percussion, composer
Tasha Taylor Honey for the Biscuit Weatherman, How Long, Leave That Dog Alone[38] Composer
2017 Quinn Sullivan Midnight Highway Something For Me, Tell Me I'm Not Dreaming, Midnight Highway, Crazy Into You, Eyes For You, Lifting Off, She Gets Me, Rocks, Going, Graveyard Stone, Big Sky, Buffalo Nickel[53] Composer/Producer/Performer
Jim Allchin Decisions All tracks[54] Producer, Drums, Percussion, composer
2018 Joe Bonamassa Redemption Evil Mama Composer
2019 Christone "Kingfish" Ingram Kingfish Outside of this Town, Fresh Out, It Ain't Right, Been Here Before, If You Love Me, Love Ain't My Favorite Word, Listen, Before I'm Old, Believe These Blues, Trouble, Hard Times, That's Fine By Me Producer, composer, Drums, Percussion, Background Vocals 2020 Grammy Nominee for Best Traditional Blues Album


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