Tommy Froelich is a Chester County, Pennsylvania, based blues/rock guitarist, singer, and songwriter. He delivers powerful performances, captivating audiences with his smooth vocals and compelling soulful energy on guitar. His diverse writing style is inspired by his love of classic rock and roll, old school blues and country music influences. Tommy has evolved over his twenty-five-year career as a professional musician, appearing in many bands, performing at countless local venues, festivals and corporate events in and around the Delaware Valley. In 2015, one of his current lineups, the Tommy Froelich Trio, earned the coveted honor of becoming the house band for Philadelphia’s classic rock radio station 102.9 WMGK. During their reign, the trio had the opportunity to perform many corporate and radio sponsored events, including MGK's annual Big Gig concert at the BB&T Center, sharing the bill with Joe Walsh and Bad Company. Andre Gardener, disc jockey and on-air personality at WMGK, touts “Watching Tommy play live is pure joy. He and his guitar are truly one – and what a combination that is.”
In 2016, Tommy released his first album, Roads Less Traveled, recorded at Noisy Little Critter Studio in Thorndale, PA. The album offers twelve original tracks combining blues and rock influenced sound to create an eclectic textured mix of well composed heartfelt tunes. Several songs from this album have gotten air play on internet radio and WSTW 93.7 FM, where he was also a featured guest on their Hometown Heroes radio show with Mark Rogers. Tommy’s follow up EP Time Well Spent was released in May 2017 and recorded at Philly Sound Studios in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, features four original tracks.
Along with the Trio, Tommy has expanded the band with additional pro players to offer a variety of top notch lineups. They play a broad mix of blues and classic rock favorites in addition to his rock'n original material.