Tom Bailey

Tom Bailey is a professional entertainer in the South Carolina Lowcountry and has performed on his primary medium—the piano—for more than 40 years. He has an incredible repertoire of more then 4,000 songs, almost all of which he has stored in his prodigious memory. He can recall a favorite request at will and seamlessly transitions from one selection to another with total ease. He is in frequent demand as a pianist for wedding receptions, corporate events, social receptions and even home entertaining. Call on Tom for all your piano needs. In addition to his work as a pianist/entertainer, Tom is Director of Music and Organist at St. Theresa of the Little Flower church in Summerville, where he conducts two choirs and plays the organ for all Masses. He also maintains a large studio of piano students and is available to teach children, adolescents and adults keyboard skills of every level—from beginner to advanced players.
You can hear Tom perform four nights each week: Wednesdays from 4–8pm he can be heard at Charleston Place in the Belmond Hotel in Thoroughbred Club; Fridays from 4–6pm he can be found at the Renaissance Hotel in downtown Charleston; and on Thursdays from 5–9pm, and Fridays and Saturdays from 6–9pm, he performs in the Swamp Fox Room in the Francis Marion Hotel on King Street. Be sure to stop by and say hello and listen to his remarkable talent—and of course request your favorite selection from the Great American Songbook.
Thomas W. Bailey, Jr., a native of the South Carolina Lowcountry, has been performing continuously in the area since 1975. Although Charleston is his performance venue of choice, he has made guest appearances in New York City, San Antonio, TX, Charlotte, NC, Asheville, NC, St. Augustine, FL, Las Vegas, NV and London, England. Mr. Bailey has performed for three South Carolina governors and has appeared on stage with Hollywood celebrities Gary Collins and Mary Ann Mobley. In addition to his work as a pianist, he maintains an active career as a classical organist. He has performed solo organ recitals for seven consecutive years (1996–1992) at the Piccolo Spoleto Festival in Charleston and has given numerous recitals under the auspices of the American Guild of Organists.

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