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 a special surprise after the Buddy MacDonald song Down where the river flows.
You can listen again here;
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, and Dave Richardson’s Caliope house.
Tim talked briefly to Doug during the session about when he moved his young family back to Kent during a very difficult situation when their extremely prematurely born baby son Griogair was in hospital in both Kent and then Brighton in a highly specialist baby unit for many weeks, brave little Griogair passed away in Faversham on 1/9/15 just before he was 2 months old. Tim and Isobel have been fundraising lots and have a Facebook page for the memory of their son and also are still looking at more ways to fundraise with an amazing £3k already raised from various events and online donations and Tim’s charity single released last year.
Please take a look and like the page and watch out for more awareness and fund raising events.
Listen again here;
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 Live in Scotland album two tracks with guitarist Ben Trott & Scottish singer Isobel Crowe.
Just go to the link below and enjoy on us!
And if you like Tim’s music consider buying the new release or older albums all on the site here!
Also to buy Tim’s brand new album “How do you know?” you can download the whole thing for an amazing £5! and before you buy also download 3 free tracks to wet your appetite!
A video that Tim did in a tribute to the late great piper Gordon Duncan on Facebook has as they say gone viral.. well certainly in a folk music facebook way! Over 1,000 shares and over 85,000 views in less than 3 weeks! View it here and also buy the amazing book of Gordon’s music and support the Gordon Duncan Trust on the below link;
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 his until now secret talents as a singer and writer also with the original songs The Elevator blues&You give me your love.
Produced by Robin Wynn Evans at Tpot studios in Scotland and featuring guests; Dermot Byrne, Lizabett Russo, Steve Cooney, Gordy Duncan jr, David Griffiths, Owen Nicholson and Triona Marshall.
You can pre-order this exciting new cd from the shop pages on this site for a crazy price of just £10 including postage worldwide. (All cd’s dispatched on 5/11/16).
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 buy and read about the release here;
We are delighted to say Mark Radcliffe played Tim’s charity single “The Elevator blues” on his flagship folk and acoustic show this week on wednesday 10th.
You can listen again by clicking the link below, and also hear some great music that Mark played;
MARK RADCLIFFE BBC LINK
Download the single (guaranteed to make you smile on a bad day, and written by Tim about his real life fear of elevators) for just £1 from our shop pages above in the tabs!
Also for more information on Griogair the little baby boy that Tim and his partner Isobel tragically lost at just 2 months old after a long and very brave battle, Griogair was born prematurely and the emotional rollercoaster ride that his parents and him battled through, was literally a tear jerking series of events both high and low.
Read more about the story and fundraising that Isobel and Tim are doing in Griogairs memory here;
Just giving charity page
BBC Scotland’s flagship programme for all things musical in the country played Tim’s charity single The Elevator blues on 24/7/16 (listen below)
Presenter Bruce MacGregor said some lovely things about it. Its still available until 1/9/16 from this site under;
Huge thank you to Bruce and the team and all whom have supported this special cause that is especially close to Tim’s heart.
Tim has been featured as the highlight of the 2016 Beverley folk festival one of the Uk’s most popular folk events, for his solo shows, which included playing on both mainstages and on the same bill as the great singer Kate Rusby.
See the feature here;
We are delighted to say that Tim is now endorsed by one of the greatest string makers and developers and actually the world’s oldest one at that.
Based in NYC La Bella is a musicians string used by many of the greatest guitarists in the globe, Tim is also working with the company to help demo a prototype nylon string especially for dropped d tuning.
Tim’s page is here on the company website and you can purchase the strings Tim uses via the website and from your local dealer of La Bella;
Tim is very proud to be releasing this original song as a charity single, in memory of his baby son Griogair whom Tim and his partner Isobel lost last year at 2 months old, the proceeds of this single will all go to helping the amazing Trevor Mann Baby Unit in Brighton via our fundraising page on Just Giving here; https://crowdfunding.justgiving.com/iz-crowe
Where you can also donate somethings extra to this great cause, which has effected our lives so much and will help the unit and other parents in the heartbreaking situation we found ourselves in last year.
ALL MONEY FROM SALES OF THIS DIGITAL SINGLE WILL BE ADDED TO THE FUNDRAISING PAGE ABOVE WITH NUMBER OF DOWNLOADS UPDATED REGULARLY UNTIL 1/9/16.
About the song written on tour this year from Tim;
This song is a humorous take on my own long time and pretty serious+at times career disabling fear of elevators&many other phobias, that started on a tour while aged 21 in Tulsa, USA.
I didn’t go in them for over a decade taking all manner of crazy avoidance steps while touring worldwide as a musician, I could write a book about these:) I finally got in one again with massive support from my amazing partner Isobel and a therapist in EFT&psychotherapy Philip Andrews whom got me over flying also previous to this
BUY IT HERE IN AMAZING 24 BIT QUALITY+ALSO MP3
Hear it here;
I am indebted to my producer the amazing Robin Wynn Evans and the guests on this single.
Tim Edey-lead vocal, nylon guitar, bass
Gordy Duncan-drums, vocals
Robin Wynn Evans-Producer