Tres grew up in Brownwood, Texas and now lives near Austin. A former teacher and coach, he joined the Texas music scene four years ago with the 5-song EP “Real Simple”. In 2006 he contributed to a “limited release” live record as a member of the get-o-cowboys. Since that time, he’s stayed busy fronting both his own band and the “get-o-cowboys.” Four years later, he’ll finally debut a full-length CD titled "Freak Show" (January 2008) featuring 12 unique songs all penned by Womack.
The new record features a host of “Texas” talent including Keith Davis, James Hertless, Mike Henretty, Ron D’Argenio, (all former or current members of Brandon Rhyder’s band) Seth Allen (Josh Grider), Luke Adair, Josh Droegemueller, (get-o-cowboys & Luke and B) Tim Womack, Rob Stiteler, Scott Saunders, and Drew Womack (All former “Sons of the Desert” members). The project was tracked at five different locations in Austin and Nashville over a 14 month span.
While putting the finishing touches on his debut CD, Tres teamed up with songwriters Josh Droegemueller and Luke Adair (Luke and B) on their first "get-o-cowboys" studio effort. They finished tracking this November with familiar’s Hertless, Henretty, and D’Argenio. Austin notables Kimberly Kelly, John Garr, and Malfred Milligan lent their talents as well.
"Real Simple" EP
Review by Lucky Boyd
Great guitar work, modern lyrics, and true Texas music vocal delivery make Tres Womack's 2005 self-titled EP one of the best out there. A well-produced acoustic project with all instruments by Tres and Drew Womack. Acoustic and electric guitar and dobro, nothing else, but you won't miss the fill instruments as you fall in love with Womack's voice and delivery on five cuts of rock and folk-influenced modern country. Womack is poised for a stellar career in Texas music. You can get your first taste right now.
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