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Christmastime is here! It always amazes us how everything feels different this time of year, even if it’s feeling the expectation that you should be feeling something different. I don’t know if it’s a conditioned emotion or my upbringing, but either way, we do love the authentic heart and meaning of Christmas. (not all the “Black Friday Stampede” merchandising mentality!!) This season is special. You have a free pass to say all the cheesy stuff you never get a chance to say, right now! So go and tell everyone you love what you haven’t yet said.
Steven and I wanted to do something special for you this Christmas, so we got together and recorded Vince Guaraldi’s “Christmastime Is Here” from Charlie Brown’s Christmas. This is probably our favorite christmas song ever. Love and Peace to everyone!
Tim and Steven
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When I first got home from Germany I was approached by a friend from Birmingham about potentially singing with “Black Jacket Symphony” (their facebook page here) on their upcoming performances of U2′s Joshua Tree. BJS is a band that liken themselves to a symphony performing a piece by Beethoven, but in their case they perform iconic rock albums note for note, beginning to end. (On the BJS youtube channel you can watch videos of their performances from The Beatles “Abbey Road” to Led Zeppelin IV to Fleetwood Mac’s “Rumors”)
Sandy (our friend in B’ham) immediately thought of me to be the voice of Bono for the bands U2 shows. She was the one that produced our “Live Van Videos” (click here to see vids) and so she sent BJS to our website to check me out as a preliminary audition. They loved it, I auditioned (by recording my voice over some cheesy karaoke track!!), and got the gig!
The show is a 3 night performance Dec. 29, 30, and 31 at Workplay Theatre in Birmingham, AL. Click here for tickets. We will be performing U2′s Joshua Tree for the 1st set and some greatest hits for the 2nd set.
I’m very excited about this gig! And I know it’s far away but I still hope to see you there…
This was the first show I’ve done in 3 yrs without my brother Steven. Needless to say I was anxious and practiced intensely, learning his parts as well as mine. My neighbor downstairs gave me a couple raps on the floor, during my 2 hour full voice and foot stomping practice sessions! Not only was I playing the show alone but the set was 1 1/2 hours long. I was pretty much playing everything I knew plus the new one’s we just wrote in the studio.
The good news is, I killed it! I played everything better than thought I would. I was locked into the moment. Bad news is, I completely bombed “Coming Down”, the song I’ve played most in the past 3 yrs. I know it backwards, forwards and any other direction, but I think I jinxed myself by telling the crowd how this was the first show without Steven in awhile. Oh well, Meagan said that most people there that didn’t know the song wouldn’t be able to tell. (I sang the whole song in a weird different key while playing all the right chords. I could NOT find the melody!) I’ll be glad to have Steven back on Nov. 3 at LAB in Asheville NC. (more show info)
In this live video I’m singing ‘Something New’ (I had just re-written new lyrics for the verses a week before and I was anxious to see how they communicated live before I went in the studio and re-recorded the vocals)
And lastly I’d like to thank Meagan and Gabi (our producer Nicolas’ wife) for the unintentional backing vocals!
Been away so long I hardly knew the place
Gee, it’s good to be back home
Leave it till tomorrow to unpack my case
Honey disconnect the phone
I’m back in the USSA
You don’t know how lucky you are, boy
Back in the US
Back in the US
Back in the USSA
(lyrics from Beatles song “Back in the USSR”)
We landed in the states a few days ago and the jet lag has worn off just enough for me to write this blog. I’m not going to get into the “whole” story of our trip right now, because it’s a long one! Just know that the last 3 months went by in a blur. When I woke up here our first morning back it almost felt like it didn’t happen.
Steven and I loved being in Germany making the music that we were made to make. Our time there was amazing and inspiring but it had it’s difficult moments too. We’re going to try and tell you the whole story over the course of the next several blogs… because who has time to read long blog entries anyway, right?
Now enough with that, let’s begin the tale of the two boys that went around the world to create sound…
It starts here, this is the first video we took in Germany. You can see the studio where we recorded the music and watch as we get things set up, and by “we” I mean Nicolas and Christian! This is where the story begins.