Thom Shepherd

CMA of Texas Songwriter of the Year Thom Shepherd is a touring singer and songwriter who lives in San Antonio, TX.

A veteran of Nashville’s Music Row, Thom is the writer of five #1 singles including “Redneck Yacht Club,” “Riding with Private Malone,” and “My Texas.” In total Thom has written over 10 radio singles, two Grammy nominated songs, and has had over 100 songs recorded by Blake Shelton, George Jones, Easton Corbin, Montgomery Gentry, Colt Ford, Pam Tillis, Lorrie Morgan, and many more.

A co-write with Texas superstar Kevin Fowler lead to several trips to Austin, with Shepherd moving there in 2011.

Thom, along with his Radio Margaritaville hit “Always Saturday Night,” are featured in the “The Parrot Heads Documentary” with Jimmy Buffett. His song “New York to Montana” has recently been turned into a novel.

He spends most of his time traveling across the country, telling stories and captivating audiences with his wife, artist Coley McCabe Shepherd. They are the four-time TRMA Duo of the Year, and their latest album is called “The Pelican”

He is the producer of the two-time TRMA Event of The Year, The Lone Star Luau, which happens at Margaritaville Lake Resort in Conroe, TX.

His music has taken him on 10 tours performing for our military in 18 different countries. He was born in St. Louis, Missouri and spent his high school years in Stephens City, Virginia before moving to Nashville. He is a graduate of George Mason University, a two time cancer survivor, a father of two, an avid snow skier, and an accomplished artist in chalk pastels.

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