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Tim has been a professional guitarist since 1995. In this time he has played with many artists including Gerry Marsden, Dave Dee, Mike d'Abo, Mike Pender, Roger Whittaker, Matt Monro Junior, Toyah Willcox, Shaun Williamson, Ron Moody, Brian Conley, The Nolans, Robin Cousins, Al Martino, PJ Proby, Gerard Kenny, David Essex, Carol Decker, Cheryl Baker, Jimmy Osmond and Randy Brecker. Tim has also performed with the Philharmonia Orchestra a number of times and did two UK tours with Strictly Come Dancing star Brendan Cole.

Tim works extensively in London's West End having played on Footloose, Saturday Night Fever, Evita, Jersey Boys, Betty Blue Eyes, Priscilla, Shrek, Thriller Live, Beautiful, Kinky Boots, The Bodyguard, Memphis, Wicked and Grease on which he held the guitar chair for three and a half years.

Tim is involved with a number of projects including a guitar duo with Andy Phillip. There is also a CD available on iTunes by Ragin' Hormones called How it Starts. This is an album recorded between 2004 and 2005 of original fusion material played by a quartet of guitar
(Tim), bass (Steve Richardson, engineer and producer of the album), drums (Seb Guard) and sax (Richard Beesley). In the More page you can find analysis of a few of Tim's compositions for study. There are mp3s of these tracks on the Audio page as well.

2016 sees the release on Pathway Records of Tim's first solo album Outlook. It features Paul Booth on Sax, Graeme Flowers on trumpet, John Humphrey on drums, Ryan Alex Farmery on Rhodes, Dave Whitford on double bass, Chris Wong on Electric bass. Tim plays guitar, and bass on two tracks.

Tim also enjoys playing jazz gigs and functions.

Aside from live work Tim also has the facilities at home for online sessions. Please enquire below for more information.

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