Clark, Rick
April 2007
Mix;Apr2007, Vol. 31 Issue 4, p120
The article profiles singer Tommy Womack of Nashville, Tennessee. Womack was drawn to Nashville during the 1980s rock scene that produced several bands. In 1992, Womack and his wife moved there, and for a time he played in regional bands The Bis-Quits and Government Cheese. During the years, Womack has put together a few albums.


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