Based in Georgia, Tom Willner is a pianist, singer-songwriter, and recording artist who has scored numerous films and musical theater projects. His styles include Rock, Pop, Blues, Jazz, Reggae, Gospel, and Country, prompting Blaiserblog to say that "if Dave Brubeck drove Billy Joel's daughter Alexa to her summer piano internship at Faith Deliverance Christian Church in Atlanta, their only route would go right up Tom's alley." He has appeared on the radio stations 99x and Album 88, and he was featured on TBS Superstation's Interact Atlanta.
Tom Willner performed for a crowd of thousands on the Mall in Washington, DC, and he released his CD "Rescue Me" to a sold out crowd at the famous Eddie's Attic in Decatur, GA. His musical, "Turning Thirty," features seventeen original songs about his experience overcoming cancer. The musical has raised thousands of dollars for charities, and a recent successful kickstarter campaign has made possible an upcoming professional workshop of the show. Tom has scored and licensed music with Pixorium for numerous promotional videos, wrote/performed/recorded original songs for two American Cancer Society videos, and created the original score for the Independent Film "Black Men Can Swim" from Eagle Mount Productions and Hari Films. He was also commissioned by Fleishman-Hillard to write original songs for a public relations campaign.