Tom Heyman Videos
Below are some of the official music videos and live video sessions I've recorded over the years. You can more of my music videos on my YouTube channel.
"Baby Let Me In" is from my latest album Show Business, Baby. The video was directed by Steve Hanft.
The video for my 2017 song "The Mission Is on Fire" was directed by Bill Shupp. The song was produced by Kelley Stoltz with power assist from Rusty Miller. Thanks to Justin Gallager for the video footage of the Mission/29th Street fire in San Francisco, and to Amy Morris Gibbs, Brendan Hagarty, Doug Hilsinger, and Bob Reed for their photos of the fire at Mission and 22nd Street. Thanks also to Brett Crockett for the Brisbane view and Peggy Zeller for assisting.
"Blacktop" is a song from my 2014 album That Cool Blue Feeling. The video was directed by Steve Hanft.
"In the Nighttime World" is from my 2014 album That Cool Blue Feeling. The video was directed by Ryan Browne, with cinematography by Browne, Mehdi Alavi, and Jake Harbour.
My friend Dan Stuart (Green on Red) and I dropped by the Acoustic Guitar Sessions studio in 2017. Below you can hear my song “Keep the River on the Right” and Dan's song “The Greatest,” which is a tribute to heavyweight champ Muhammad Ali.
Below is a live recording from July of 2016 of my song "Chickenhawks and Jesus Freaks," from my album That Cool Blue Feeling.
I recorded a One on One session at City Winery in New York in 2014. Check it out below.
"Bottle Full of Wishes" is from my very first solo album Boarding House Rules. It's the first song I wrote after moving to San Francisco. This is a live session recorded in 2012.
This is a live video featuring two songs from my album Show Business, Baby. It was recorded during my album release party at the Make Out Room in San Francisco, and the band includes Dan Carr , Chris Sipe and Rusty Miller.
This live video was shot at another great San Francisco club, the RIptide. The song is "Alright" from my album Deliver Me.
A live version of "Monkey Out of Me," also recorded at the Riptide.