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Tim Easton

Raised in Akron, OH, alt-country singer/songwriter Tim Easton was influenced by a combination of pop icons (the Beatles, Kiss) and bluegrass/folk legends (Doc Watson, John Prine). Kosher Spears, his college band from his days at Ohio State, performed their unique roots rock hybrid across the Midwest, and Easton eventually found himself busking in the streets of Paris, London, and Dublin. Returning to the States, his folk-based songwriting brought an earthy sound to the Haynes Boys (an existing rock band that recruited Easton in the mid-'90s) and they recorded one album, Guardian Angel, for New York-based Slab Records. The band subsequently split, with its members working in Gaunt and Thomas Jefferson Slave Apartments, and Easton pursuing his solo career. In 1998, Easton recorded his first solo album, Special 20, with session musicians in Nashville, and released it on his own Heathen Records. After inking a deal with EMI Publishing in the fall of 1999, he relocated to Los Angeles to explore scoring films and pursue a record deal. His performances at songwriter hubs like Largo and McCabe's brought about a recording contract with New West Records, and his first release for the label was 2001's The Truth About Us. 2003 brought his solid follow-up for the label, Break Your Mother's Heart. It was followed by Ammunition in 2006. A concert set, Live at Water Canyon, appeared in 2008, followed by Porcupine in 2009 and a pair of self-released albums, Beat the Band and Since 1966, Volume 1, both in 2011. ~ Zac Johnson, Rovi
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His trips up to the AK always adds to our long winters. Tim alone or with The Whipsaws it is a show not to pass up.
mollyallen
More people should know Tim's music. It's unfortunate with the state of the music industry that fabulous singer song writers and great performers get lost and are completely undervalued. Don't miss an opportunity to see him play with or without a band.
i saw tim easton in a rockabilly basement bar called 'cowboys' in wilmington, nc. he & his band put on a great show & i still love 'special 20' -- the entire disc. however, i am sad that pandora hasn't added to their offering. 'all the pretty girls leave town' -- this one left wilmington & headed west!! ;)
brooksna2000
I first saw Tim in a little bar in Oaxaca Mexico, almost 10 years ago. During the first song, some guys were talking really loud. Another guy who really wanted to hear the music got mad and threw a plastic bag of chicken and rice at the loudmouths. Naturally a fight ensued. Tim played it so cool - he finished his verse, then just sat up there playing some riffs while the fight was broken up. When it was over he just launched into the next verse like nothing had happened
clsmcgeehan
I first saw Tim live opening for John Hiatt at the Birchmere in Virginia 6 or 8 years ago. WOWed by him playing solo. Run out at the break to buy his CD "The Truth About Us." Met him and what a nice guy! Every track a hit with me. Wonderful singer/songw r i t e r . Saw him a few years later at Iota in Virgina outside DC., with a band. Dug that too. LOVE "Break Your Mother's Heart" and "Special 20."
I just seen him for the first time on concert ( Lucy's cafe in Crystal Lake, IL ) and it has been one of the better performances I've seen in a long time. As a side note, he's seems to be really cool dude.... he let me come up on stage and play his acoustic for a minute while he was cleaning up after the show!
I wanted porcupine to be the featured album in my particular radio station. Please update this bio and discography.
Don't forget all the work he's been doing with Leeroy Stagger and Evan Phillips of The Whipsaw's!
I think he also has a Ryan Adam's feel...at least Ryan's more acoustic material. Nice!

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