Tommy Karlas is a singer/songwriter from East Alton, IL. In 2001, he moved to Nashville at the age of 19. Since then Tommy has written songs for Randy Travis, Blake Shelton, and had a multi-week number one with Roll With Me, which was recorded by Montgomery Gentry. Roll With Me was one of the top 5 most played ASCAP songs of 2008 penning Tommy an ASCAP Songwriter of the Year nomination in 2009. It was also the fastest rising and most downloaded song of Montgomery Gentry's long career. Tommy has had several publishing deals with top publishers including Big Yellow Dog Music/Sony Tree Music, HoriPro Entertainment/RPM Music Group, World House Of Hits Music. He has performed at The Ryman Auditorium (ASCAP Awards), the Bluebird Cafe, as well as with Montgomery Gentry for over 100,000 people at one time under the Arch in St. Louis, MO. He has written songs with Darius Rucker, Eddie Montgomery, Troy Gentry, Bobby Braddock, Tom Douglas, and many, many more.