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Tom Howard

Breathe Breathe
1-Jan-2006
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Sanctuary - Reflection Sanctuary - Reflection
1-Jan-2001
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Sanctuary - Serenity Sanctuary - Serenity
1-Jan-2000
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Flight to Boston Flight to Boston
1-Jan-1997
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Beyond the Barriers Beyond the Barriers
1-Jan-1991
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Bamboo in Winter Bamboo in Winter
1-Jan-1991
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Solo Piano Solo Piano
1-Jan-1987
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The Harvest The Harvest
1-Jan-1986
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Hidden Passage Hidden Passage
1-Jan-1986
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Danger in Loving You Danger in Loving You
1-Jan-1981
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View from the Bridge View from the Bridge
1-Jan-1977
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Tom Howard

Tom Howard

Tom Howard (February 23, 1950 - January 29, 2010) was a pianist, musical arranger and orchestral conductor. In 1983, he helped the rock band Daniel Amos form the Alrma! Records label.

Well known string arranger for many artists, Tom began his career in 1977 with an album on Larry Norman's Solid Rock record label. He got a meeting with Larry in 1975 thinking it would be a 45 minute pitch. After 5 or 6 hours, Norman invited him up to his office to play a few songs, and then signed Tom on the spot.

After his first rock album, he came into his forte with his mid-80s solo piano albums, Harvest and Solo Piano. He also began transitioning into more behind-the-scenes work doing arranging and for other artists, and in the 90's Tom wrote string arrangements for a veritable who's-who of Christian music, appearing on projects by Bob Carlisle, Phil Keaggy, Sheila Walsh, Dolly Parton, and more. In an interview with the website Cross Rhythms, he shared, "name a Christian artist and I've probably worked with them."

Tom Howard passed away on January 29, 2010 of a heart attack while hiking in a park in Nashville. He was 59.

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Created by siremidor - 26-July-2010
Last Edited by siremidor - 14-March-2013
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