Tommy Pope Sings, "Music with Meaning"
Click on a triangle to hear Tommy Sing, Big Band Music.
It Had to be You
Tavern in the Town
Tommy, Sr. was in the entertainment business for many years. After serving with the 28th Division during WWll, he returned to the USA, singing at various resorts in the Catskill Mountains. Tommy then returned to Ohio and worked at the W.M.R.N. radio
station in Marion.
After being invited to work with his father, Dimitri, in Columbus, Ohio, Tommy built a music room at the Pope's Inn. There he invited various musicians, on weekends, for night time musical performances. He then became staff vocalist with Walter Knick, on station W.E.L.D., the first F.M. Radio Station in Columbus. During the sixties he sponsored 30 minute singing shows on W.T.V.N. radio. He also performed on radio station W.M.N.I.
Tommy made many recordings, which were well received by people throughout the midwest. Enjoy listening to these recordings, shown on this webpage.
What Can I Say Dear
Here Tommy is featured with the Al Waslohn Orchestra
If You Ever Change Your Mind
You Made Me Love You