Tom Roznowski

Tom Roznowski


Original Americana songs presented on guitar, fiddle, mandolin, and upright bass. Tom Roznowski also performs material solo. Original songs focus on classic themes with a twist: elderly barbers, food poisoning at Labor Day Picnic, small town savants.


Tom Roznowski writes songs and stories that have been described as "part Mark Twain, part zoot suit"
(Billboard). His original music borrows from classic American forms: blues, folk, and country as well as regional influences like bluegrass and zydeco


LP "A Well Travelled Porch"
LP "Voice Beyond The Hill"
Single "For Anyone That's Listening - A Tribute To Uncle Tupelo"
Single "Hometown - Soundtrack to DVD"

Set List

Two hours of live material w/ band. 90% originals inc
"Stewed Cucumbers", "Doris Dingle", "Bombing Of The Berlin Zoo". Covers include "Man Of Constant
Sorrow" "High On A Mountaintop" "Your Cheatin'
Heart" and "Lydia the Tattooed Lady"