Tommy Steele’s latest single “What Kind of man would I be” Has reached number 11 in Nashville’s Powersource Magazine for their Country top 20 chart for the month of August 2011 and reached number 52 on Nashville’s only music row breakout charts in June.

Tommy is currently recording in Nashville and will be a part of an all star line up scheduled September 3rd at the Pontiac Silverdome including: Bradley Gaskin, Josh Thompson, Dwight Yoakam, Xtreme muzic tour’s Gretchen Wilson, Big and Rich w/Cowboy troy and two foot Fred.


With the CMA’s approaching artist Tommy Steele finds his single “Forever 17” Climbing to number 63 this week on Nashville’s only Music Row Breakout charts. “With a fury drive, hard work ethic, business mind, and a pure passion for music Tommy Steele has to be one of the hardest working artist’s I’ve seen in a long time” say’s Tom Tesnow from the Magazine of Country Music.

Milwaukee Show with Leann Rimes

Once again The show with Leann Rimes was a great time!

We just returned from Milwaukee opening a show for Leann Rimes. Everyone involed was great and we just want to say thank you for all the hospitality. Leann put on a fantastic show that just took everyones breath away. She is a very talented woman.

Special Thanks to Greg our bus driver who was under the gun to get us to Milwaukee WI and to Livonia MI  in less than 24hrs for two fantastic shows. Thanks for getting us there safe brother!

Can’t wait to see ya’ll on the road!

Tommy Steele gets endorsement deals from Nashville

Nashville Entertainment L.L.C.

With Tommy Steele in the spotlight lately for not only making a new CD, filming a documentary from Nashville, using an all star line up for recording, working with radio for his 1st single off the new CD, or negotiating sponsorships, He lands 3 endorsement deals from the heart of Country Music, Nashville, Tennessee.

Tommy Steele solidified endorsement deals from Peavey Electronics, Budda Amplification, and Trace Elliott Co. on Tuesday, January 12, 2009.

Tommy says “This is a benchmark for me. This is one of those events that I will remember for the rest of my life.  I am very honored and proud to be a part of such great companies.  I grew up playing Peavey gear and I am grateful to be a part of such a great American company.”

Tommy Steele gave Peavey artist relations a sneak preview of the first single to be released to radio and was very proud to hear the response “You have a hit on your hands.”