He owns one of the most distinctive voices in American pop music—a reassuringly masculine timbre conveyed with a smattering of unique embellishments that represent a distillation of the most influential genres in pop culture.
Nothing about the identifiable sound of B.J. THOMAS’ voice has changed, but there’s a re-energized commitment behind it.
Opening Act: Alex Harvey
You might call him Delta Blues or Country Rock; depending on the song he is singing, but the one consistent thread is definitely “SOUL.”
Alex has been successful throughout the years, selling over 300 million recordings; each recorded by a wide diversity of performing artists such as Kenny Rogers, Sammy Davis, Jr., Jimmy Buffet, Bette Midler, Willie Nelson, Dusty Springfield, Henry Mancini, Tanya Tucker, Andy Williams, Jerry Lee Lewis, The Glaser Brother’s, Eydie Gorme’, Alan Jackson, Peggy Lee, Donna Fargo, Andre Kostelanetz and many more; some having recorded several of Alex’s music (Kenny Rogers recorded 18 of Alex’s songs – three on “The Gambler” album.)