Driving with pop-rock sensibilities and a poetic, observational songwriting style, artist and
musician Tom Charchuk has amassed an impressive catalogue
of achievements on the
Inspired by the greats, smoothly blending rock and country tones amidst an organic
instrumental set-up, Tom’s music brings together nostalgia and now in a seamless, catchy
From early beginnings,
learning bass at a young age, Tom Charchuk consistently turned
towards music – progressing and perfecting his skills with various instruments; including
his voice. Having mastered his vocal styling over time, his catalogue now celebrates
appearances on respected collaboration projects. From Plush Records, ‘Cotton Fields To
Nashville’ - a tribute to Johnny Cash – to ‘Wagon Masters Music Group’, his name stands
tall amidst many other great indie artists of our time.
Tom’s finely honed vocals featured on the single ‘Read Your Letter’, which was awarded
top honours on Music World Radio, and held tight to a spot on the European
Top Twenty for four months.
Far from a stranger to accomplishments, Tom’s dedication to and passion for songwriting
achieved him immense success with his original single ‘Why Are You A Storm’ - a
memorable, bright and uplifting song, which was deservedly featured on American
Bandstand. The same platform later promoted another song of Tom’s at the Midem Music
Convention over in France.
Continuing to balance creativity with hard work and dedication, July 2019 saw Tom’s
music featured on ‘Emerge’ – an artist showcase programme presented via the Phoenix
Radio Network. August of that same year saw Tom produce an instructional, reflective
video for Music.Com, entitled “How I got inspiration for one
of my songs ‘Better Love Is
Thriving amidst a life-long passion for music, Tom Charchuk understands the importance
of perfecting his craft. With performances currently booked at multiple venues across his
local scene, Tom is taking further vocal lessons and songwriting
coaching at Turner Guitar
Studio; building on his abilities, immersing himself in the art-form, and consistently
dedicating himself to the process.