As his career memoirs for Popdose reach their conclusion, Tom Werman reflects on one last big-budget project — and heads East to settle down and get, in his words, “blissed out.”
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In this week’s column, Tom Werman recounts the strange new world of the mid-’90s, and his struggles to prove his worth after hair metal fell out of fashion.
Tom Werman’s career retrospective reaches the early ’90s this week — a time when trends shifted, metal sales slowed, and change was in the wind.
In his latest column, Tom Werman relives the wild and crazy early ’80s, including some time behind the boards for MÃ¶tley CrÃ¼e, a narrow brush with Timothy B. Schmit, and a fateful meeting with some dudes who were not going to take it (anymore).
This week, producer Tom Werman looks back at the early ’80s, and his brushes with acts both legendary (the Blues Brothers, Whitney Houston) and largely forgotten (Stranger).
In his latest installment of The Producers, Tom Werman revisits 1979 and 1980, taking us through projects with Blue Ã–yster Cult, Molly Hatchet, and Cheap Trick — and up to the eve of a meeting with a certain pair of soul siblings.
In the latest installment of his Popdose series, Tom Werman looks back at a very busy 1978 — including two Ted Nugent albums, some Cheap Trick, and fun with Molly Hatchet.
In this week’s installment of The Producers, Tom Werman revisits the roaring ’70s, including his work with the Nuge, Mother’s Finest, and Boston — and a very memorable brush with the Boss.
He’s been on vacation for two weeks, but now Tom Werman is back with another installment of the series that looks back at his multiplatinum career.
Tom Werman’s ongoing look back at his storied career returns for its fifth installment, in which he is bossed around by Jan Hammer, meets George Harrison and Cheap Trick, and narrowly avoids a brush with Eddie Money!