About Tom Rush
Coming out of the 60s Cambridge folk scene, Tom Rush emerged as a Singer-Songwriter whose roots were steeped in both Woody Guthrie and the blues. His sweet, warm, expressive voice was often used to interpret songs by Joni Mitchell and James Taylor (before either had released records). An entirely self-taught, excellent bottleneck player, Rush helped usher in the Singer-Songwriter era with the release of The Circle Game, containing his best known original, "No Regrets" (later popularized by the Walker Brothers). Today, Rush runs his own record label Night Light -- and continues to perform his languorous blend of country, folk and blues to eager crowds.