Tim Easton

Tim Easton

Critically acclaimed songwriter Tim Easton has made some changes in 2012. He moved his
family and three dogs from their home in Joshua Tree, CA to Nashville, TN. They arrived on
Christmas Day. Easton says that the reasons for the move are "primarily because of my
daughter Ellington, plus I've made a few records in Nashville and I've always wanted to live
here. We have a place on the East side and I have a basement studio, just like a lot of my
neighbors. Mine is called "Ellington Speedway."
From his Ohio roots through stretches in Paris, Prague, NYC, L.A. and Athens, GA, Easton
has earned his credentials with a string of highly acclaimed releases and incessant, worldwide
touring. With eight solo releases under his belt Tim Easton has shared stages in North
America, Europe, and Japan with artists/influences Lucinda Williams, John Hiatt, Glenn
HansardM. Ward and more.
Last year, Easton released two records, "Beat The Band" was recorded by Jesse Newport at
Club Roar in Nashville with a full band (Freelan Barons), and solo acoustic "Since 1966," was
made by the fireside in his front yard in Joshua Tree. Both were self-released on his label,
Campfire Propaganda. Proper Records released "Beat The Band" to UK and European
markets in the fall of 2011, and "Since 1966" in March 2012.
Tim will team up with former label New West for a release this Fall, "Before The Revolution:
The Best of Tim Easton 1998-2011." Meanwhile, Tim is in pre-production for a brand new
Tim Easton record in Spring 2013.