January 2023: New monthly newsletter available. News about the singles collection Twenty-Two, our return trip to the Grammys, some recent projects, and the start of Tom’s 30th year of being a studio owner.
November 2022: Will’s Positano Songs is nominated for a Grammy for Best New Age, Ambient, or Chant album. Tom produced the album with Will, played piano and bass, and handled all the recording, mixing and mastering for the album.
June 2022: NPR’s Tones and Drones podcast features Tom in discussion with host Jason Miller, talking about Brothers, instruments, and Tom’s wide-ranging musical adventures.
March 2022: New Hampshire Chronicle visits Tom at his studio to talk about music, Brothers, and returning to New Hampshire.
March 2022: New Hampshire Magazine features Tom in its spring issue.
January 2022: NHPR‘s Peter Biello interviews Tom about his GRAMMY®-nominated collaboration, Brothers.
January 2022: “The Confluence” from Brothers
wins 2022 IAMA Award for Best Instrumental Song.
November 2021: Brothers, by Will Ackerman, Jeff Oster, and Tom is a 2022 GRAMMY® Award Nominee for Best New Age Album.
September 2021: Echoes host John Diliberto interviews Will Ackerman, Jeff Oster and Tom about the making of Brothers.
July 2021: Tom releases Brothers with long-time friends and musical collaborators Will Ackerman and Jeff Oster. Listen on your favorite streaming service. CDs available on Amazon.
Interview by Michael Foster of Ambient Visions, discussing Tom’s music, working with Will Ackerman, some personal history, and some impossible to pronounce album titles. http://ambientvisions.com/tomeaton.htm
Interview by Robert Silverstein of MWE3.com wherein Tom attempts to shed some light on why it took 25 years to release a followup album to his 1991 cassette. The short answer is “practice takes time.” http://www.mwe3.com/reviews/ThomasEaton2016/
FROM John Diliberto, host of the syndicated Echoes program:
An Interview with ZoneMusicReporter “Best New Artist” award winner Tom Eaton. From Buddy Holly to Tangerine Dream to Will Ackerman’s Imaginary Road studios to ambient dreams.” http://wp.me/p4ZE0X-8rA