As of 2015, singer Tom Netherton has never married. Born in 1947, Netherton skyrocketed to fame when he joined "The Lawrence Welk Show" in the 1970s.
Known for his clean-cut good lucks and impressive baritone voice, Netherton appeared regularly on "The Lawrence Welk Show" from 1973 to 1982. He has released multiple albums, acted in several musical theater productions and toured frequently, performing throughout the United States and Canada. Netherton's autobiography, titled "In The Morning of My Life," was published in 1979.
Netherton became a born-again Christian while serving in the army and, after leaving the service, spent a year at Bethany Fellowship Missionary Training Center before deciding to pursue a career in entertainment.