New Music Critique: 

Tommy Mora

No question that Tommy Mora is powered by a rock & roll heart that pulses through every lick of his songs. Perfect example is “Let It Shine,” a rousing rocker tailored to get folks up and dancing. Though not a particularly original tune, it preaches good vibes and sounds great while it’s happening. Same goes for “Your Love”; powered by a swinging horn section, it would be impossible to feel sad while listening to this jubilant song (despite its rickety bridge). And the red-hot harmonica and tasty wah-pedal guitar on “Simple Man” mirrors Mora’s proud defiance (“your money means nothing to me”). These self-produced tunes are a great calling card for what promises to be a tail-kicking live set.



Tommy Mora is an accomplished singer songwriter originally from El Paso Texas and has been residing in the Los Angeles metropolitan area since 2000. Tommy and his band have been pleasing enthusiastic audiences with a show that captures the essence of his guitar skills and vocal talent for the past 25 years. His exciting, high-energy shows and spiritually emotional material have gathered a devoted following and give him the ability to win-over and move audiences both in and outside of his genre. He has worked professionally with artists such as Prince, JLO, Al Green, Marc Anthony, Christina Aguilera and many more. His band has shared the stage alongside legendary bands including WAR, Jefferson Starship, Booker T and the MG's, Los Lonely Boys and Los Lobos.


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