Tom Reardon is a musician, songwriter, and producer who comes from a strong line of music makers. Most notably, his uncle Jack Reardon penned the hit “The Good Life" <
My song, Something To Believe In, has been gaining a lot of traction the past several months. Starting with my first artist
cut with Ashley Jana. She released it on all of the major platforms on June 7, 2023.
It won the Broadjam Hot 100 Song of month for July 2023. It was then selected for airplay on the Women of Substance national podcast and promoted on their shows during August 2023. Most recently it was selected by Tinderbox Music and is currently being pitched to TV and film production companies. They are also now pitching four more of my songs: Cheatin' on Yourself, Still, Better Days and Love Me Like That.
November 2023 - just head that The Women of Substance Podcast will be playing two of my Christmas songs on their national podcast this month and next month. They chose This Christmas and Family Thing (Crazy for Christmas).
Tom Reardon - Bio
Tom Reardon is a musician, songwriter, and producer who comes from a strong line of music makers. Most notably, his uncle Jack Reardon penned the hit "The Good Life," recorded by Frank Sinatra, Tony Bennett, as well as many others.
A well-accomplished live drummer, Tom has spent years playing in various bands. His current band, is Staircase 24. He also recently signed a single-song publishing deal with Future Hits - One-Stop Music Shop for their song "Do Our Part."
Tom has worked with countless musicians, songwriters, producers, and world-class vocalists in Nashville, Los Angeles, Australia, New York City, Vermont, Italy, and Spain. His writing style is vast, exploring genres such as Country, Alternative Rock, Ambient, and most recently, LoFi. He is constantly working to improve his craft through courses at Berklee University and mentorship with notable songwriters and producers such as Marty Dodson, Clay Mills, A.J. Gundell, and Palmer Lee.
Most recently, Tom has found a passion for scoring music for commercials under the direction of producer Lavender Looi. According to Looi, "Tom pushes the boundaries of music, unafraid to experiment with new ideas." He is looking forward to collaborating with new artists and finding more ways to create music.