Along with his evocative baritone and twang-soaked, nocturnal yarns, Tom Heyman, onetime guitarist for acclaimed Philly origins rockers Head to Blazes, released his debut album, Boarding House Rules, in nov 2000. Helping from the effort had been such origins rock and roll notables as Chuck Prophet (Green on Crimson), who takes on bass and acoustic guitar within the recording, and Eric “Roscoe” Ambel (the Del Lords, the Yayhoos), who perfected your time and effort. Heyman 1st arrived within the music picture with Head to Blazes, that was produced in the D.C. region in the past due ’80s with a quartet of university buddies. The group released its debut in 1988, and soon after relocated to Philadelphia. Heyman’s blistering electric guitar strike was a central element of the band’s audio. Beneath the tutelage of manufacturer Eric Ambel and using a deal in the record label ESD, the group released its most powerful albums in the middle-’90s, getting acclaim in alt-country and root base rock and roll circles. In the past due ’90s, using their label dividing, Head to Blazes petered out. Besides shifting to do single work, Heyman is a person in Map of Wyoming, who released their debut, Circular Trip, in 1998. (That group includes former associates of Traveling Color and ex-Translator Larry Dekker.) Heyman was also induced plank — along with previous Flying Burrito Sibling and late-period Byrd Gene Parsons — for the Courtroom & Spark’s 2001 record Bless You.