Tim Brummett

Tim Brummett
Birth nameTimothy Dennis Brummett
Born September 1, 1952 (1952-09) (age 65)
Origin Spokane, Washington, U.S.
Genres Country, Folk rock, Acoustic
Occupation(s) Singer-songwriter, guitarist
Instruments Guitar, Piano
LabelsChristander Records
Associated actsKurt Baumer
Notable instruments
1976 Ovation acoustic/electric


Tim Brummett (given birth to Sept 1, 1952) is a singer-songwriter and guitarist from Spokane, Washington. He released His 1st studio album, YOU MERELY Live Double, on Christander Information in 2005. A few of his musical affects include Johnny Money, Elton John, Roy Orbison, John Prine, Steve Earle, The Everly Brothers, as well as the Beatles.

Musical career

Brummett continues to be playing and executing music since he was 15 years of age. He thought we would raise his family members and place his musical dreams on keep until finally putting your signature on with Christander Information on Apr 5, 2005 at age group 53. Brummett released his 1st studio album, YOU MERELY Live Double, that same 12 months. Following the launch, several tunes off his debut recording reached #1 on numerous internet music graphs, and the track "Talk about Your Weight" was performed on over 200 r / c over the U.S. In early 2006 using the achievement of his recording, Brummett teamed up with renowned fiddle participant Kurt Baumer and many virtuoso acoustic music artists to create his new music group, Tim Brummett as well as the Boomers. Tim Brummett as well as the Boomers continued tour through the entire Pacific Northwest in 2006, and opened up for Josh Gracin on March 10, 2006 in the Knitting Manufacturing plant in Spokane, Washington. Brummett ultimately split in addition to the music group and plans to start out a solo profession. He stated inside a myspace blog page, "Well, many performers say the only path to really obtain good is to try out solo which explains why I made a decision to invest in it. I might play single til the finish. The connection using the target audience and what sort of music becomes therefore important is merely amazing." Brummett lately released a tough cut demo edition of a fresh track known as "Gettin Out Of Fargo" on his myspace web page.


Studio albums