Local musician Tim Lee launches latest album

Winsford record shop hosts local singer, Tim, from Nantwich

Photos and article courtesy of Jonathan White, Crewe

 

Talented local musician Tim Lee launched his latest album at an intimate concert in Cheshire recently.

Tim, who lives in Nantwich, gave a live performance of his new 'And into the Woods' album to an appreciative audience at 'The Electric Church' independent record store and coffee shop in Winsford on Friday 6th October 2017.

Tim wrote all the tracks on the album, and says he chose the venue as it is particularly supportive of unsigned musicians.

Tim was joined on stage at the venue by percussionists Dave Coomer and Mike Heathcote from bands The Blue Yellows and Brave New World respectively.

Tim's main musical influences are Paul Simon, David Bowie, and Jonathan Richman.

'And into the Woods' is available on CD, and can be streamed and downloaded at timlee.bandcamp.com

The album will be available on iTunes and Spotify from next month (November 2017).

Tim's next live performance is at a charity concert at Nantwich Cricket Club, Whitehouse Lane this Friday 13th October 2017 in aid of The NeuroMuscular Centre (see: www.nmcentre.com)

Tim is also playing a solo set at the forthcoming 'Words & Music Festival' (9th-15th October 2017) in Nantwich (see: www.wordsandmusicfestival.com). His set is in support of Blair Dunlop at Bloom, Pillory Street on Saturday 14th October (11:30am).

Tim presents a weekly 'Doorstep Mixtape' show on online community radio station RedShift Radio in which he features a selection of his own favourite records through the decades and interviews and music from local musicians.

For further information on Tim's music please visit: www.facebook.com/timleesongwriter

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