Thom Chacon

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Thom Chacon

Thanks to Perry Margouloff and Pie Studios for this masterpiece. The cinematic nature of Thom’s songs comes not only from spending time as a true outdoorsman, but also from a love of movies and vintage television westerns, with a special affection for the films of John Ford, and John Wayne, a favorite of his mom. Thom’s narrative style is influenced by Kris Kristofferson, Steve Earle and Townes Van Zandt, among others. He also draws influence from his colorful family history. His second cousin, Bobby Chacon was two-time boxing featherweight champion. “Bobby taught me no matter how hard it gets, you’ve go to get up off the mat and keeping fighting.” His grandfather was deputy sheriff in Silver City, New Mexico and part of the posse sent to capture Billy the Kid! Thom has gone on to tour around the world, opening for artists as diverse as Los Lonely Boys and Jason Mraz, playing shows in Thailand and India, and even one memorable gig on July 4, 2004 at Folsom Prison, shortly after the death of another of his idols, Johnny Cash. “That was a life-changing experience for me,” he says. With his current music reflecting a good dose of lifetime experiences, along with the hard-earned wisdom of a man who’s paid his dues both on the land and the water, Thom Chacon is now being touted by the press as “an Americana original” and “one

Thom Chacon
Song
Innocent Man Favorite License Buy
American Dream Favorite License Buy
Juarez, Mexico Favorite License Buy
A Life Beyond Here Favorite License Buy
Chasing The Pain Favorite License Buy
Alcohol Favorite License Buy
Ain't Gonna Take Us Alive Favorite License Buy
Big River Favorite License Buy
Amy Favorite License Buy
No More Trouble Favorite License Buy
Bus Drivin' Blues Favorite License Buy
Grant County Side Favorite License Buy