Searching for the lost magic of a simple voice and honest words? Boston troubadour Tom Glynn's graceful, soul-soothing music is a diamond in the rough of an industry overcrowded with commercialism and lyrical apathy. Likened to singer/songwriter purists James Taylor and Neil Finn, Glynn walks the line between nostalgic and novel, revealing melodic rock tinged with folk and alt country. Having fronted Boston's venerated bands 5-0 and Big Dig, Glynn embarked on a solo career. As a solo artist Glynn has performed with Five For Fighting, Norah Jones, The Push Stars and Rubyhorse. Glynn's Rubyhorse-produced single, 'Waiting To Be Born,' garnered over 100,000 plays on mp3.com. The song's success prompted Glynn to record other songs that have earned him such accolades as a winner in the first annual John Lennon Songwriting Contest and a nomination for Boston Music Award's Outstanding Songwriter.