Tom Major, drummer/producer, has been passionate about playing drums his entire life. After studying at the Berklee College of Music he moved back to his native New York City and had a successful career touring, TV appearances, and recording with many artists including South Side Johnny and the Jukes, Blood Sweat and Tears, Carly Simon and Chuck Berry. Tom was Bo Diddley's drummer for 6 years and recorded his "40th Year in the business" start studded album "A Man Amongst Men".
Tom founded "Entrain" on Martha's Vineyard in the summer of 1993 while still working with Bo Diddley. Mixing world influenced rhythm's, pop song writing, and a positive upbeat vibe, Entrain was an instant hit and has been thrilling critics and fans of all ages. They won a "Boston Music Award" for Best Live Act, and Tom was nominated for Best Drummer that same year.