Leap of Faith
Tom Fedora Biography Tom Fedora was born and raised in the exotic suburbs of northern New Jersey. After college, Tom settled in Colorado where he performed in various clubs and ski resorts while working also as a whitewater river guide and expedition leader. Moving on to Los Angeles Tom pursed a full time music career. His unique songwriting style was recognized by Graham Nash and producer, Craig Doerge. Graham Nash recorded "Chippin' Away" on his first solo album, Innocent Eyes. The song was rerecorded in November of 1989, by Crosby, Stills and Nash (James Taylor on guest vocals) as a tribute to the crumbling of the Berlin Wall. " Chippin' Away" is the only outside song to be done by the group other than "Woodstock" by Joni Mitchell. In 1992 Tom moved to Nashville to further pursue his songwriting career. Tom can be seen at various songwriter clubs in and around the Nashville area. Some of the Nashville clubs you can see Tom perform live are, the Broken Spoke Café, The Bluebird, Douglas Corner and the Boardwalk. Check Tom's site for upcoming performance dates and times.