Tommy Castro (born April 15, 1955 in San Jose, California) began playing the guitar at the age of 10 and began playing professionally in the San Francisco Bay area in the 1970s. He joined "The Dynatones" in the late 1980s and began leading his own bands in 1991.
Together with The Dynatones bass player, Randy McDonald, Castro formed the Tommy Castro Band that also included saxophone player, Keith Crossan. The band recorded a live album in 1994, No Foolin', on the Saloon label. The band served as the house band for NBC's Comedy Showcase during the mid 1990s. The Tommy Castro Band was signed on to the Blind Pig Records label in 1996 and released Exception to the Rule later that year. He signed with Alligator Records in 2009 and is a multiple Blues Award winner.
Common Ground- Track 1 from Tommy Castro and the Painkillers 2015 release
Method To My Madness
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