A highly-rhythmic method of the classical guitar is coupled with soulful vocals and well-crafted lyrics by Baltimore-based singer-songwriter Tom Prasada-Rao. A favorite performer within the Washington, D.C. region because the early-1990s, Prasada-Rao continues to be increasingly creating a very much wider pursuing. The winner of the WAMMIE (Washington region music association) award as “Greatest Man vocalist – folk traditional of 1994”, Prasado-Rao was known as, by Billboard publication, “probably the most persuasive existence to emerge within the singer-songwriter genre”. The child of Indian parents who have been surviving in Africa, Prasada-Rao was raised in Washington, D.C.. Learning violin at age seven, Prasada-Rao continued to review piano. During senior high school, he turned to your guitar in an effort to conquer his “shyness and make fresh close friends”. After going to college in Britain and India, Prasada-Rao came back towards the Washington, D.C. region and used two regional bands–Mantle and Traveler’s Crossroads. Like a single singer-songwriter, Prasada-Rao offers continued to art a unique audio by mixing pop, R&B and globe music affects. Prasada-Rao’s effort paid in 1993 when he was successful from the “New People” competition in the Kerrville Folk Event in Texas. As well as two additional winners, Tom Kimel and Michael Lille, Prasada-Rao created a “singer-songwriter supergroup”, Shepas, which has regularly toured through the entire United States. Furthermore to keeping a busy profession like a performer, Prasada-Rao continues to be involved with many politically-oriented groups like the Committee for Innovative nonviolence, Art HAVING A Heart as well as the Midwest Flood Sufferer Relief.