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Trent Tomlinson

Trent Tomlinson
Tomlinson singing at the seventh annual Country Music Festival in Essex, Vermont, on July 9, 2006.
Background information
Born (1975-07-03) July 3, 1975 [1]
Origin Blytheville, Arkansas, USA
Genres Country
Occupation(s) Singer-songwriter
Years active 2004–present
Labels Lyric Street
Carolwood
Skyville
Associated acts Ashe Underwood, Leigh Reynolds, George Strait
Website TrentTomlinson.com

Trent Tomlinson (born July 3, 1975) is an American country music artist. After several failed attempts at finding a record deal, Tomlinson was signed to Lyric Street Records in 2005, with his debut album Country Is My Rock, released in early 2006. This album produced three Top 40 singles on the U.S. Billboard Hot Country Songs charts: "Drunker Than Me" at No. 19, "One Wing in the Fire" at No. 11, and "Just Might Have Her Radio On" at No. 21. Three further singles were released in 2009.

Contents

  • Biography 1
  • Personal life 2
  • Discography 3
    • Studio albums 3.1
    • Extended plays 3.2
    • Singles 3.3
    • Music videos 3.4
  • References 4
  • External links 5

Biography

Tomlinson was born in Blytheville, Arkansas.[2] He was raised in Kennett, Missouri. His father is a former basketball star who set scoring records at the University of Missouri and was drafted by the Cleveland Cavaliers He was also the basketball coach, biology teacher, and assistant principal at Kennett High School.

In his junior year of high school, Tomlinson reached the finals for "You Can Be a Star", a television talent show on The Nashville Network (now It Just Comes Natural.

On December 15, 2008 it was announced that Tomlinson would be the second artist signed to Lyric Street's subsidiary label, Carolwood Records. His fourth single, "That's How It Still Oughta Be," made its chart debut in January 2009. That song fell from the charts in May 2009 and was replaced by "Henry Cartwright's Produce Stand". A third single, "Angels Like Her" (a re-recording of a song on his debut), was released on October 26, 2009, shortly before the closure of Carolwood. Tomlinson subsequently returned to Lyric Street before parting ways in March 2010. All three songs were included on an EP titled A Guy Like Me.

Tomlinson released "Man Without a Woman" via Skyville Records in 2011, and did not release an album despite the single charting. In 2014, Parmalee released the single "Close Your Eyes", which Tomlinson co-wrote.

Personal life

Tomlinson married model Jessica Lowman on March 22, 2008.[3] They have one daughter, Harleigh Alexyia Tomlinson, who was born January 14, 2008.[4]

Discography

Studio albums

Title Album details Peak chart
positions
US Country
[5]
US
[6]
Country Is My Rock 20 95

Extended plays

Title Album details
A Guy Like Me
  • Release date: January 12, 2010
  • Label: Lyric Street Records

Singles

Year Single Peak chart
positions
Album
US Country
[7]
US
[8]
2005 "Drunker Than Me" 19 103 Country Is My Rock
2006 "One Wing in the Fire" 11 90
2007 "Just Might Have Her Radio On" 21 114
2009 "That's How It Still Oughta Be" 34 A Guy Like Me
"Henry Cartwright's Produce Stand" 44
"Angels Like Her"
2010 "Cross My Heart" Non-album song
2011 "A Man Without a Woman" 59 When I Get on a Roll (unreleased)
2014 "Come Back To Bed" TBA
"—" denotes releases that did not chart

Music videos

Year Video Director
2005 "Drunker Than Me" Trey Fanjoy
2006 "One Wing in the Fire" Shaun Silva
2007 "Just Might Have Her Radio On" Steve Cook

References

  1. ^ Trent Tomlinson Profile
  2. ^ KAIT - Jonesboro, AR : Trent Tomlinson: Rising Star
  3. ^ "Trent says "I do" to model Jessica Lowman". 2008-04-17. Retrieved 2009-03-23. 
  4. ^ Singer Trent Tomlinson is a new dad
  5. ^ "Trent Tomlinson Album & Song Chart History - Country Albums".  
  6. ^ "Trent Tomlinson Album & Song Chart History - Billboard 200".  
  7. ^ "Trent Tomlinson Album & Song Chart History - Country Songs".  
  8. ^ "Trent Tomlinson Album & Song Chart History - Hot 100".  

External links

  • Official website
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