Tim Easton

Easton was raised in Akron, Ohio, learning American folk music from his older brothers and albums that his mother brought home from the library. He traveled abroad for a time, busking in London, Paris, Spain, Italy, Yugoslavia, Czechoslovakia, and Ireland. On his return to the US in the mid-1990s he joined The Haynes Boys, a roots rock band who made one album in Nashville, and earned Easton a publishing deal with Maverick Music. When the band split up, he embarked on a solo career, with his debut album, Special 20, released in 1998 on Heathen Records. He subsequently relocated to California, signed a deal with EMI Publishing, and a record deal with New West Records. After a 7 year stint of living in Joshua Tree, CA and several trips around the world, he settled in Nashville, TN with his wife and young daughter.

Easton was nominated for the 9th Annual Independent Music Awards Vox Pop award for 'Best Americana Song' with "Burgundy Red". His album won the 9th Annual Independent Music Awards Vox Pop vote for best Album Packaging.

In 2013 Easton Released the full-length "Not Cool" through Thirty Tigers, his first album since re-locating his family to Nashville. It spent an impressive 20 weeks on the Americana Top 40 Radio Charts. Rolling Stone Magazine praised him as "having a novelist's sense of humanity." A full discography and blog page can be found at TimEaston.com.

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