Irish Composer Tom Lambert is also a singer-songwriter, broadcaster, and presenter of "The Independent Music Show," which is broadcast live worldwide on OPF Radio via Internet, Satellite, and FM Radio -- now syndicated on 160+ international radio stations with a combined listenership of over 1 million people per month. Tom's music is being heard worldwide on all media, and his latest CD album "American Heart" (Part One) is receiving air-play on radio stations as far afield as the USA, Denmark, Australia, the UK, and throughout Europe on Country Music Radio.
In the middle 1960s, Tom Lambert started to write and perform country music in the local bars and clubs in Ireland. In 1970, after moving to South Australia, Tom was signed to the Nationwide Label. Along with his good friend Joe Madill (also from Belfast), the two artists penned and recorded Tom's first country album "Big Rig Blues."
The album was a big success, so good in fact that Tom was nominated in no less than 5 categories of 'The Third Wrangler Australasian Country Music Awards' held at 'Tamworth Town Hall' NSW. (Australia's Grand Ole Opry) on January 27th 1974.
The Best Australasian Recorded Composition. 'Big Rig Blues'. Best Australasian Country Music LP. (Album) 'Road To Gold'... Re-Released & Digitally Re-Enhanced as ' The Australian Era ' Best Australasian Country Music Male Vocal. ' Tom Lambert '. Best New Australasian Country Music Talent. ' Tom Lambert '.