Tommy Lee Moffat was born in the small town of Renfrew in Scotland.
Tommy is a real cowboy at heart as he has a faring background and graduated with a degree in agriculture.
He began playing in clubs at the age of 14 singing Rock, Pop and Country covers.
He moved over to Country Music influenced by Merle Haggard, George Jone,Dwight Yoakam and George Strait. Tommy formed the Blue Ridge Band which toured extensively throughout Europe performing covers and original material.
Tommy’s last album before leaving Europe for the United States was titled “This is Not Me” which received good reviews in both the Press and Radio.
Tommy move to the U.S. to pursue his music career in South Carolina and Tennessee, writing and recording his music.
Tommy moved to California and started his own custom farming business and owned his own harvesting Business, and mobile equipment repair Business.
In february of 2018 his wife Elizabeth made the move from California to Temple Texas where Tommy is looking to play out and promote his style of original Country Music.
Tommy has since recorded another CD titled “This Old Farm” and was also working in the Recording Studio on his fourth and latest Album of all original material “I’m Country” now released in 2018.
He is also looking forward to getting back on the road in 2018 in and around his new State of Texas to promote his style of original Country Music
Hi y’all. I know you all were waiting for the release of my new album “I’M COUNTRY” In the late Fall. I didn’t want to rush anything with the tracks and the production of my project. I’ve decided that we should do it right and have a release date of the beginning of 2018. These are some of the best songs I’ve ever written on this album, and want to give the best results to you all who hear it. Thanks for your patience, and I don’t think y’all will be disappointed. TLM…
Tommy Lee Moffat was born in the small town of Renfrew in Scotland. Tommy is real country boy at heart as he has a farming background and graduated college with a degree in agriculture.