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Shepley spring festival footage & Tim’s Kentish summer concert series

Here is a film by Peter Simmonds of Tim’s headline concert slot at the wonderful Shepley spring festival in Yorkshire last week. Tim is also in June hosting some concerts in Kent solo & with some very special guests … Continue reading

Tim Time episode 2!

Rumba Negra! & solo concert show Poppleton to Penzance!

Live from @Poppleton_Live last week.Rumba Negra on guitar&melodeon with loop #timedey @BBCRadio2 @themarkrad @BBCScotland — Tim Edey (@timedey) May 19, 2017 Tim’s recent solo concerts have been turning heads both from a musical perspective on how one man sounds … Continue reading

Tim Time! Tim’s first Podcast

Tim Edey presents the perfect late night acoustic – celtic mix for any music lover or guitar fan. Tim plays live on the podcast and included some rare recordings featuring his tune “Little bird” written for Sharon Shannon, an old … Continue reading

May gigs!

Tim Edey may poster A5

Tim in session live on Mark Radcliffe folk show BBC Radio Two

Tim appeared live on the BBC radio two Mark Radcliffe show last week on the 22nd March, he played three numbers live from the new album and also played the classic Penguin cafe orchestra’s Music for a found harmonium as … Continue reading

Tim live in session on BBC RADIO KENT 19/2/17

Tim appeared on the BBC Radio Kent sunday folk show with Doug Welch tonight the 19/2/17, he sang and played some new and old music from the new album “How do you know?” and also his old classic Little bird, … Continue reading

Happy new year! a new year present to y’all!

Happy new year from Tim and the Tim Edey Team! To say thanks for your continued support you can download for free! 5 classic tracks including one featuring Michael McGoldrick from Tim’s classic 2001 album “Daybreak” and from the 2015 … Continue reading

Preview the new album “How do you know?”

Here is an exclusive preview of the upcoming album “How do you know?” released at Dougie MacLean’s Perthshire Amber festival on 5th November. It’s Tim’s first record mainly as a singer with 6 songs and 4 instrumental pieces, also showcasing … Continue reading

Tim appears on Damien Dempsey’s new record “No Force on Earth” 1916 centenary album.

Tim was delighted to have played some melodeon, guitar&keys on the Dublin singing legend Damien Dempsey’s new record “No Force on Earth” 1916 centenary album. Produced by top producer John Reynolds in London at John’s New Air studios. You can … Continue reading