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Whelp!
I wish I could tell you that I annoyed you for a reason but… 😄

If you’re reading this then I thank you for not deleting my website from your memory during the last 2 months while I relentlessly emailed/Facebooked/tweeted you in an attempt to break the Internet. THANK YOU for your votes! It got us a lot of great press and on air radio mentions. Plus we played a fun show last night (pic above… Some good friends came out) at PARX Casino and made some news fans.

Please try to make it out to the Foundry at the Fillmore Sunday August 21 at 4pm for our all ages EP Release show with Chad Burtch and Ryan Star. It’ll be a big one!

Email me thru the CONTACT page if you’d like $20 tickets.
(That was a haiku).
Thanks!
Tim
(You counted the syllables, didn’t you?)

EP Release Show

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3rd studio project release show at The Foundry at the Fillmore in Philadelphia on Sunday August 21st at 4pm featuring Chad Burtch and Special Guest Ryan Star. This will be a full band, all ages celebration! Hope you can be there! Get your DISCOUNTED $20 ticket through me directly either at a live show OR by emailing me below through the CONTACT link.  Copy of the new recording included in the price of a ticket. In a hurry or want to buy online? GET YOUR TIX HERE.

Thank YOU!

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Your votes got my band and I into the FINAL FOUR in Radio 104.5’s local band contest to open their 9th Birthday Show at the BB&T Pavilion in Camden, NJ.  If we win (most votes), we’d open for Florence and the Machine, Cold War Kids, The Lumineers, Elle King OR Twenty One Pilots and AWOLNATION.  Top 2 bands get the gig.  Winners will be announced May 22nd live at Parx Casino.  THANK YOU!

Butch and a Bottle of Bulleit

Whoever said “Don’t meet your heroes… they’ll just disappoint you” was obviously not talking about Butch Walker.  For the better part of my career, Butch Walker – producer/songwriter/motherF’nRockStar – has been my biggest influence both from a performance stand point and for his ever evolving style and sound in the studio.

See him live.  Bottom line.

I first saw him live at the TLA in 2008 on the recommendation of my buddy John Chiaro.  Mind = blown.  Exactly 5 years later in 2013, Live Nation gave me the chance to open for him on the very same stage.  That night, he treated my wife, friends and I like family before the show… and when I came off stage after my set he was the first person standing in the wings stage right ready to hand out a compliment.  (First national act I’ve opened for to ever listen to my set… let alone intently).  He also took my phone, called John to say hi, and then went on to perform a killer set… full of emotion given the fact that his father, “Big Butch”, had just recently passed away.

Afterwords, he welcomed us into his green room to have a drink and swap stories with his band. Brendan McGrew, my good friend and owner of Bourbon Blue, had given me a bottle of Bulleit 10 yr. for Butch… A peace offering of sorts… given the fact that his book is titled “Drinking With Strangers: Music Lessons from a Teenage Bullet Belt”.  I thought it was perfect.  The whole night remains in my memory as a defining moment in my career… where my biggest influence collided with my own personal musical journey. And at the risk of sounding like a motivational cat poster, it showed me that anything is possible. He’s a class-act.  The musician’s musician.

Any regrets?  No. Well… Maybe don’t smile like a cheesing asshole next time you get your picture taken with your hero.

When you get into the end zone… act like you’ve been there.  Rookie.

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