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Tommy Conwell

Tommy Conwell (Photo By Sam Cali) - Stone Balloon - Newark, DE - Summer 1986

Tommy Conwell is an American guitarist, songwriter and performer. He is best-known as the frontman for the Philadelphia-based band, Tommy Conwell & The Young Rumblers. The band had a #1 US mainstream rock hit in 1988 with "I'm Not Your Man."

Tommy Conwell and the Young Rumblers had moderate success in 1986 with their independently-released album, "Walkin' On the Water." The band's national major label debut came when Columbia Records released "Rumble" in 1988, followed by "Guitar Trouble" in 1990.


Tommy Conwell & The Young Rumblers
  • Walking on the Water (Antenna Records - 1986)
  • Rumble (Columbia Records - 1988) US #103[1]
  • Guitar Trouble (Columbia Records - 1990)
  • Rumble / Guitar Trouble (Both Albums On 1 CD) American Beat Records / Re-issue Series (American Beat Records - 2007)
Tommy Conwell & The Little Kings
  • Sho Gone Crazy by Tommy Conwell & The Little Kings (Llist Records, 1997)
  • Hi Ho Silver by Tommy Conwell & The Little Kings (Llist Records, 1999)
Movie Soundtracks
  • Shout - Music from the Original Motion Picture Soundtrack (BMG Music, 1991)
    "Devil Call Me Back Home" (Written by Tommy Conwell and performed by Otis Rush)
    "More Than A Kiss" (Written and performed by Tommy Conwell)
  • Chasers - Music from the Original Motion Picture Soundtrack (1994)
    "Rock With You" (Written By Tommy Conwell, M. Rauer) Performed By Tommy Conwell & The Young Rumblers
With Buzz Zeemer
  • 1996 Play Thing (Record Cellar Productions)
  • 1998 Delusions of Grandeur (Record Cellar Productions)
  • 1994 A Live Christmas Extravaganza, 'Run Rudolph Run' (Deko Music)
  • 1997 Last Minute Jam: Volume 2. Minutes to Millennium, 'What I'd Say'
  • 1997 Season's Greetings Philadelphia, 'Kinda Christmasy' (Record Cellar Productions)
  • 2003 Who's Not Forgotten: FDR's Tribute to The Who, 'Long Live Rock' [Vocal performance with the Dipsomaniacs] (Face Down Records)


Year Title Chart Positions[2]
Billboard Hot 100 Mainstream Rock Tracks
1988 "I'm Not Your Man" #74 #1
1988 "If We Never Meet Again" #48 #9
1990 "I'm Seventeen" - #15
1990 "Let Me Love You Too" - #21


  1. ^ Billboard,
  2. ^ Billboard Singles.


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