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The Sleeping Tunes 2 – Christmas edition!

The perfect Christmas listening album is out now!

Listen here and download a free track “God rest ye merry gentlemen” on us! Nollaig Shona/Merry Christmas!

18 tracks of beautiful emotive christmas classics & celtic magic with never released versions & arrangements by Tim of “In the bleak mid winter”, “Sí Bheag, Sí Mhór”, “Silent night”, Steve Cooney’s “Each little thing” & many more.

Here is the official press release..

From the hillsides of Donegal, Multi-instrumentalist & entertainer Tim Edey has that Je ne sais quoithat entices and delights all his fans. Known for his highly creative, flamboyant playing and entertainment, Tim’s new self-produced album is highly emotive. He invites you to pull up a chair, take a seat with your hot chocolate or festive tipple, and enjoy being transported into his living room.

Sleeping Tunes: Volume 2: Christmas & Celtic music played on Guitar, offers something for all, and makes for a very enjoyable listen. (As does Tim, solo in concert, with his infectiously high energy level!)

Sleeping Tunes : Volume 2, sets sail with I Saw Three Ships, into a Kerry Slide, followed by a beautiful Irish piece, Coinnle an Linbh Íosa.A rendition of Steve Cooney’s composition Each Little Thing, and a version of O Little Town of Bethlehem, all make for emotive festive listening! Tim’s new record is now available to PRE-ORDER via this website

(We hope to have pre-orders (UK & Ireland) shipped before Christmas. Unfortunately we cannot guarantee (EU/International) deliveries before Christmas.) We will provide a free digital download of Sleeping Tunes : Volume 2, with every CD purchased.

Special concert with Dougie MacLean

Tim was delighted to play with good friend & legendary Scottish songwriter, guitarist & fiddler Dougie MacLean for his 2018 Perthshire Amber FestivaL opening concert at the beautiful Murthly castle chapel yesterday 2nd November.

Tim will join Dougie and many other friends tomorrow sunday 4th on the banks of the Tay at the Dunkeld house hotel for the farewell concert.

Photo by Rob McDougall (front page of todays Perthshire Courier newspaper).

Tim’s christmas solstice concert an annual event now! is on sale for 21st December at Faversham Assembly rooms, Faversham Kent.

Other shows coming up;

Tim’s one man show from The Edinburgh Fringe live streamed watch now!

Tim’s one man show from The Edinburgh Fringe live streamed on Facebook watch now!

Tim played two concerts at the AMC (Acoustic music centre) from the Fringe Tuesday&Wednesday 21-22 August.

The last one was live streamed by the brilliant Sandy@Channel7A and you can watch it here, enjoy Tim at his very best… live and undaunted!

Anyone watching this around the world whom would like to have Tim perform at your venue or festival please email Tim’s agent John Barrow on the contact page of this site or visit;

A new review of Tim’s latest record “The sleeping tunes” in Living Tradition.

BBC FOLK AWARDS 2018! -Iona Fyfe new album

Here at team #timedey ! we would like to wish all nominees the best of luck at tomorrows annual BBC FOLK AWARDS held this year in Belfast, including Tim of course whom along with Ross Ainslie, Martin Simpson & Mohsen Amini – all friends of Tim and amazing musicians, are all nominated in the “best musician” category.

Tim recently played melodeon and guitar on a new exciting record from a fast rising star of Scots song Iona Fyfe from Aberdeenshire. Tim heard her singing on a facebook video, really liked the sound and tweeted her immediately to offer his playing on any tracks, and is delighted to have played on a few.

Review of Iona’s new record here;

Irish one man tour/BBC FOLK AWARDS nomination for 2018 awards.

The Irish one man show tour that Tim has been doing all over the country from Derry to Dublin, Cavan to Wexford, Birr to Galway, Limerick to Belfast and much more! has been a really great success we are delighted to announce with fantastic attendance and Tim and team Tim want to thank all of you whom supported his first solo Irish outing, we will be booking in an autumn tour pretty soon for later this year so please do look out for it.

Tim’s facebook artist page has many films of various shows on the tour here is the address and some of them;

Tim won two BBC Folk Awards in 2012 – Best Musician and Best Duo for his duo with NZ harmonica ace Brendan Power. Tim is honoured to have been nominated for Best musician again in the 2018 awards! Along with friends and amazing musicians Martin Simpson, Ross Ainslie and Mohsen Amini.

Happy new year to all! Tim is coming to Ireland Jan/Feb

Tim’s music features in Irish TV series on The Shannon family, The Chieftains in Japan & Celtic Christmas in Kent

Hello and Failte/Welcome, Tim is currently in Tokyo performing on a major concert tour of Japan with The Chieftains!

Concert venues are full and the buzz is really great for the legendary band’s first tour here since 2012, they truly are global ambassadors of Irish music and the magic continues globally.

All dates in Japan can be seen here;

Tim’s stunning composition the popular “Little bird” features lots in a super series on County Clare’s famous Shannon family, Sharon Shannon and her siblings talk about growing up and how they all got into the music, a really special programme just broadcast on 26/11/17.

Tim composed Little bird for Sharon in 2005 for her birthday, and as way of appreciation for her friendship and musical inspiration of which Tim was inspired by in a life changing way.
Watch the series on TG4 here;ón%20Chlann&dlft=NaN

Anyone living in the South-East of England that would like to see Tim perform in a Celtic Christmas concert also featuring beautiful Scottish singer Isobel Crowe, can do on the 23rd December when he takes to the stage at the historic Faversham Assembly rooms just a 1hour 20min train ride from London and close to Canterbury.

7.30pm 23rd December 2017
Reserve tickets by emailing info(a) or purchase online here;

BBC Radio Scotland live session!

Tim played some tunes from his new album The Sleeping Tunes & also some lively melodeon sets with Glasgow guitarist Alistair Cassidy live from BBC Pacific quay Glasgow on the Clyde.

Listen again here;

Tim has also had some great airplay in Ireland on RTE Radio 1’s John Creedon show and being cd of the week on Charlie McGettigan’s Arts Show on Shannonside FM.