Tom Wyllie has recorded two CD's which are available to buy where you see him sing....
"I bought both your CD's which I love as they have a lovely balance of classical and modern. My grandson Patrick (8 years old) bought one of your CD's and plays it each night when he goes to bed." - Gay Penn Morpeth
Tom's first CD (Nov 2011) - "crescendo" - is available wherever you hear him sing.
He has always had a love of musical theatre, and in this compilation, the genre features prominently. “crescendo” has a collection of some of the best known songs from musical theatre – together with some which he simply enjoys. With 17 tracks, there is something for everyone!
He hopes you enjoy listening!
Feedback has been amazing:-
"Caught your performance on 20 December when passing through Eldon Square. Absolutely blown away, like so many of the others listening, by the power and clarity of your voice and bought your Crescendo CD in consequence. Already much listened to and not a weak track on it - brilliant. If I don't see you soon on National TV there is no justice in the world. You must have a huge future in entertaining ahead of you and I wish you every success for the future. What a find you really are." - Sylvia Orrick, email after the Toma Fund performance
"I'm Gobsmacked!" - George, Merseyside
"I'm just blown away!" - James, Northumberland
"Tom, you have a very special gift and MUST go far. The range of your voice is incredible and the clarity spellbinding. I have to say it brought a tear to my eye and it gave me goosebumps.
Good luck to you from the bottom of my heart you so deserve to get a lucky break." - Sara, Colver-Smith, visiting from Nr Cirencester
Tom's second CD (Nov 2012) - "Il Divino" - has been produced, in response to those who have loved his first CD and demanded more! Tom's repertoire has grown considerably over the last twelve months, and he has become known for his "Pop Op", Il Divo covers, which feature here, as well as the great variety of his act.
There are also a couple of collaborations. One a duet with Anna Foster, Radio Presenter and Soprano, and another with local singer, Pete Brown. Once again, the CD contains 17 tracks, ranging from the beautiful "The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face", "Nella Fantasia" (IL Divo and from the film "The Mission") to "All I Ask of You" with Anna, "Me and My Shadow" with Pete. From "Regresa A Mi" (Il Divo - Unbreak My Heart) to "Mr Bojangles" to Coldplay's "Viva La Vida" and even MIKA's "My Interpretation", and much more. There really is plenty for everyone on this fantastic new offering.
For those who are wondering, the CD is so named because Il Divino, is what Giovanni Marabini calls Tom when he sings for him!
Have been listening to 'Il Divino' and all I can say is 'Wow'. I enjoyed every track. The mix of tracks is very clever and well thought out. The clarity of your voice is absolutely superb and I feel I am listening to Il Divo and the four tenors all rolled into one. I can hear and feel the difference between your first and second CD's....and I thought the first one was good!!!
Long may you continue to rise in popularity and get your considerable talent noticed and appreciated for the wonderful gift that you have.
- Sara Colver-Smith
We listen to your CD and it brings emotion, happiness and lightens my day when I here your beautiful voice.
Your CD is a must as it just brings back the great times we have spent listening to you.
- Paddy Paulsen
Listened carefully to your latest CD, Tom, and enjoyed it enormously. The clarity and expression in your singing was truly impressive and entertaining. - John Lobley
Hi Tom, Have just listened to your new CD and enjoyed it very much, especially the duet with Anna Foster. Good Luck for the competition next week.
- Audrey & Tony Chitty
Oh Tom Wyllie, you have done it again! Blown us away ever further.
Super night again at Marabini’s, great selection of material and great audience participation. Gold was particularly mad with that crowd at the back of the restaurant. Giovanni’s not wrong though – Il Divino is certainly a title you are well worthy of.
Your new CD was well worth the wait and contains a brilliant cross section of differing song types. As you are probably aware there is one track in particular that still continues to reduce me to tears. No prizes though for guessing which one that is. - Sylvia & Peter Orrick