Tuesday, September 13, 2022

Quitting Corporate Life To Play The Blues, Tom The Suit Forst at The Buttonwood Tree

The excerpt below is from a Forbes Magazine story (8.2019). It's a story from the life of
Tom Forst, a corporate officer turned Bluesman. Check out the rest of the story at Forbes Magazine.
Tom Forst plays The Buttonwood Tree on Saturday night, 8pm.  Reserve here -- $20.  

Quitting Corporate Life To Play
The Blues

Richard Eisenberg -- Contributor
Next Avenue-- Contributor Group

     The terrific podcast, “Second Act Stories With Andy Levine,” is out with another episode worth hearing. It’s called “Never Too Old to Rock N’ Roll: Meet Tom ‘The Suit’ Forst" and is all about a corporate VP who decided to chuck it all to pursue his lifelong passion of music.

     I’ve written about two other fine Second Act Stories episodes: “Retired Doctor Becomes  Band Grandpa’” and “One Woman’s ‘Follow Me to 50’ Impressive Year of Public Service." This new one, about Tom Forst, tells a story that many people in their 50s and 60s will enjoy vicariously.

Tom Forst plays The Buttonwood Tree on Saturday night, 8pm. 

Reserve here -- $20.  

The Buttonwood Tree Performing Arts Center
605 Main Street
Middletown, CT 06037 

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