- Thomas Ware sings blazin track “Walking On Water”!! We love this song, message and sound! You will want this song in your playlist!
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Thomas has graced many stages and is known as a seasoned writer with an anointed voice. The native of central Florida, Thomas presents a beautiful arrangement of Praise & Worship; as well as Rap to the gospel industry. Flawlessly able to be placed in any genre of gospel music; Thomas is working to release a Praise/Worship album as well as a Contemporary/Gospel Rap album. One of the only gospel artists able to do both and be booked for both, without hesitation.
With several hit singles such as Walking on Water and Pressin’, room has been made for this talented young man to be mentioned among the greats. The combination of Thomas Ware and hit producer Andy Anderson, who is well known for producing “Walking on the Stars” for Group 1 Crew and many others such as Toby Mac and other large Christian acts in the United States. “Thomas has a voice made for radio,” – says the four time Dove Award winning producer Andy Anderson, as he certifies this man of God. A certification which has been proven already, as Thomas has not only been blazing through radio stations throughout the US but, even UK stations have begun to play his music as well.
TV appearances have begun also, as Atlanta Live, and Doers TV led the way, inviting Thomas on their networks. This would lead up to Dr. Bobby Jones Gospel also extending a spot for Thomas on their production. In 2011, the Cruise for a Cause to Jamaica was on fire; performing along with many acts such as Tye Tribbett, Lecrae, Papa San, and the list goes on. Many big things are in the works for this; husband, father, author, community activist, and minister. His life story can be found in the NY Times best seller, Chicken Soup for the Teenage Soul, “Broken Wing”. Already, 2012 has started with great responses as Thomas tag teamed with Papa San once again at the UCF Arena. What’s next? “Out of the U.S., I go!” – says Thomas, as he sets his eyes on the UK. “I have had great responses from DJ’s in the UK, so I believe it’s time to go and worship with my distant brothers and sisters.”