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Parkersburg, WV – Acclaimed songwriter Tommy Womack will be returning to Parkersburg as part of the PM Beat Music 2013 Concert Series. The show will be held Thursday, May 9, 2013 on the Worthington Golf Course patio at 7pm, weather permitting. In the case of inclement weather the performance will be held in the historic Worthington Ballroom. Tickets are only $10 and will be available the evening of the show.

Tommy Womack

Tommy Womack


Womack, a resident of Nashville, TN, via his Kentucky upbringing has received much praise for his latest album release 2012’s “Now What!” The album was reviewed in of The New Yorker magazine.  “The singer, songwriter, and author Tommy Womack, a fixture on the Nashville music scene, mixes country, blues, and rock like a fast-fingered bartender on his new album, “Now What!,” said reviewer John Donohue. “The heart of “Now What!” is its subject matter: instead of typical roadhouse hell-raising fare, it addresses middle age. But the album’s not a downer – Womack never takes himself, or anything else, too seriously, and he’s is not above rapping on one track and quoting Cheap Trick on another.”

“Now What!” has also received high praise from  American songwriter magazine who simply defines Womack’s unique style as “…This is rock ‘n’ roll, or Americana, or whatever you want to call it, that’s AS PURE AND HONEST AS IT GET.”

Womack is no stranger to the Parkersburg area and has invested himself in the community by participating in two charitable concerts for the Children’s Home Society of West Virginia over the past few years. Folk singer, humorist, entertainer … Tommy Womack is one great time.

The hairs a little shorter and a little grayer but the charm, wit and love of music is still inside this fine fella!

The hairs a little shorter and a little grayer but the charm, wit and love of music is still inside this fine fella!

Parkersburg’s own Nick Barry will also be performing his original brand of Americana folk rock. Barry brings a classic 60’s style protest singers delivery but with a twist. His songs tell the stories or misadventures of young adult decision making revolving around employment, love, politics and the right to party.

Area fans have become forever connected to the witty lyrics and the “can’t help to sing along” choruses of Barry’s original tunes. Whether you’re going to Columbus or just going to let your dog out, a set of music with Nick Barry is always an adventurous and fun time!


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