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Tom Lang


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The best kept secret in music


"Tom Lang Music"

Well, what can I say, Tom Lang is one of the most friendliest people you can meet in the buisness today, and how he has a voice that sings! This guy writes amazing songs and I enjoy working with Tom and managing him as for he has been in the buisness for a long time, and glad to help make the new project a great success! - Mitchell Keller

"Fine Music"

I loved the combination of traditonal country and the mix of southern, cajuan licks. This cd covers all aspects of what country music was founded on and what todays country music lacks entirely. - John Culp


2005 - Greatest Hits
2003 - California Slipped My Mind
1993 - Roll Freightliner



Tom Lang was born in Belton, TX. and raised on a central Texas farm until he was sixteen years of age. His family moved out west and Tom began to develop his singing. He was a long haul truck driver and part-time musician for nearly twenty years. He traveled the I-5 corridor and became known as "The Singing Truck Driver", Tom has a heart for country music and understands the language of the truck drivers.

"Roll Freightliner" was written by Tom Lang because of his experience in trucking. the song mentions the "grapevine" which is known to the truckers as a long steep hill on Interstate 5 near Los Angeles. There is a 35mph speed posted for trucks which is strictly enforced. Tom credits much of his music inspiration to his father.

Tom's song was included in the June Issue of Super Driver Audio Cassette Magazine alongside Charlie Pride. Also Overdrive Magazine published an interview with Tom which appeared in the October Issue. Tom has had the privilege of performing with such stars as Bob Looman and Steve Warner. He has preformed in many clubs throughout the United States. Wherever he's performed, Tom has met with a warm welcome from his audiences who respond enthusiastically to his relaxed personality and warm baritone voice. He has never left an audience unhappy with his performance.

"Roll Freightliner" is a song for the men and women who keep this great country moving, the truck drivers.