Tom Gough

country singer / writer from Victoria BC
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Tom Gough

Instruments: Vocals, Guitar details
Still at it, although I switched to country back in '73. Actually, my first time on stage was Dec 19, 1963, at the Oak Bay Junior High talent show and the song I sang was the Marty Robbins song "El Paso". Nowadays check out the Dun Ropin' Band, Yesterday's Wine and Homebrew at the Esquimalt Legion and come up and say "hi"!
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Current Projects

the Dun Ropin' Band
vocals, guitar
Yesterday's Wine
lead vocals/guitar

Past Projects

Night Hawk
Lead Vocals /Harmonica
Country Cache
guitars, vocals

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