Tommy Stanley

His edgy, soulful technique has really set him apart from other singer/songwriters.

An Awesome Talent to Sign to CAMMO

Tommy Stanley was born in Kirbyville, Texas and has an extraordinary musical talent that has followed him his whole life. He is a singer/songwriter, currently serving in United States Navy, and was a top-10 contestant on NBC’s Nashville Star. He was cast on Nashville Star while serving overseas in the Pacific on the USS Kitty Hawk. Tommy was one out of the 35,000 civilians and 1500 military auditioning singers. He rose to the top of the list despite his obvious non-country style. Although the producers argued quite a bit over his casting, ultimately they could not argue with his talent and his incredibly accessible presence.

After Nashville Star, Tommy was sent to the Navy School of Music and became a vocalist for the Navy. He was stationed in Rhode Island, with the Navy Band Northeast. He has currently finished his debut album entitled “City Lights”. His music video for “A Sad Story” is pending release and his music continues to evolve in the face of his time devoted to serving our nation. Delivering every single time, please welcome to the music and entertainment world, Warrior/Singer/Songwriter Tommy Stanley.



CAMMO's Mission

There are two prongs to the CAMMO mission:

  • To create music-based therapeutic programming and outlets for service members, veterans and family members
  • To train and educate service members, veterans, and their families in music career opportunities including artist development


This organization is on target with its mission because it believes in the power of music to restore, inspire, and open doors to our veterans and service members. With that said, the financial contributions of our donors have been a tremendous help and we ask for your continued support as the services rendered by CAMMO expand. If you've never given, we ask that you consider the life-changing effects your gift will have on a U.S. veteran or service member suffering from PTSD or TBI. Every dollar counts!