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Tom on Teddy


Tom appearing on "Home and Family" on the Hallmark Channel, January, 2013

Grab your hat and saddle your horse
Let the show begin
Let's put those "Rough Ridin' Cowboy Heroes"
Back in the saddle again!

"I want you to know this is an excellent CD. Nice selection of work and I really, really like "Goodnight From Texas." I think you've got a classic in the making here."

Darrell Arnold

Tom's most current CD  !

For audio samples, photos, stories about the songs, lyrics and to order a copy, visit the "Goodnight From Texas" CD page.               

     Tom's original song "Bronc to Breakfast" won the Academy of Western Artists 2011 "Will Rogers Cowboy Award" for Best Western Song of the Year. It was recorded on his Lucky Horse Records CD  "Appaloosa Moon" in 2009. That CD ranked #1 on the Western Music Association's Album Charts for all of the 1st quarter of 2010. (See Awards and Media Page) Tom's show repertoire includes traditional classics and contemporary western songs that are always a "hit" with audiences from all walks of life. They especially enjoy Tom's original ballads, such as the above mentioned "Bronc to Breakfast," that have been inspired by his own cowboying experiences, as well as those of other cowboys he has been proud to call his friends through the years.
     So, in the words of one of Tom's songs...

Wickenburg Cowboy Christmas

"Just absolutely love it!  It's really, really great. I love all of it."

Rusty Richards

"Goodnight From Texas" was nominated for "Western Album of the Year" by the Academy of Western Artists.

February  2016 

"Tom, the CD sounds great!"

Dakota Livesay

    Some of Tom's previous engagements include:

Rex Allen Days   Willcox, Az
Lone Pine Film Festival   Lone Pine, Ca
Autry National Center   Los Angeles, Ca
Carson City Rendezvous   Carson City, Nv
Fred Harmon Art Museum   Pogosa Springs, Co
Black Tie Arabians 4th of July Party    Dixon, Ca
     Intel Summer Concert Series    Chandler, Az

Palm Springs Desert Riders Annual Banquet    Palm Springs, Ca
     Rancho de Los Caballeros    Wickenburg, Az
John Winter Pack Trip    Jackson Hole, Wy
     The Los Angeles Equestrian Center    Los Angeles, Ca
The Sun Bowl    Sun City, Az
    Morgan Horse National Convention    Phoenix, Az
California Manufacturers and Technology Association    Sacramento, Ca
    Kamloops Cowboy Festival   Kamloops, Canada 
Annual ETI Death Valley Ride    Death Valley, Ca
    NBA All-Star Game Licensee Reception     Scottsdale, Az
Tombstone Western Music Festival    Tombstone, Az
    Grand Canyon West    Hualapai Indian Reservation, Az

                                                   A Biography

     Cowboy Balladeer Tom Hiatt can truly be called a "Son of the West," because at one time or another, Texas, California, Alaska, Kansas, and Arizona, have all been called "Home." The magnificent landscapes and the people who settled them fill the stories in the ballads Tom writes and sings; stories of working cowboys, wild broncs, historic legendary characters, changes happening in today's modern West, and more.
     Tom's warm, emotion filled voice has enthralled people from Montana to Arizona, from the Rockies to the Smokies, and all areas in between. He has appeared with other popular cowboy singers and poets such as Ian Tyson, Chris LeDoux, Waddie Mitchell, The Sons of the San Joaquin, Don Edwards, Rusty Richards, and Sourdough Slim at many venues throughout the

His engagements  have included TV and radio programs, rodeos, schools, universities, museums, dinner theaters, and guest ranches. The Autry National Center, Olaf Wieghorst Western Heritage Days, the Carson City Rendezvous, and the Museum of Lone Pine Film History are just a few of the noteworthy venues where Tom has performed. He has been interviewed on the NBC Nightly News and has also sung the National Anthem at a Major League Baseball game.  For over 17 years, Tom, along with his band, THE SUNDOWN RIDERS, performed for thousands of guests at "Rawhide," Arizona's famous western park.

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Olaf Wieghorst Western Music Jubilee  

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