Posts Tagged ‘Not Cool’
This week’s Top Tune is named after the street that connects Tim Easton‘s East Nashville neighborhood with among other places; Bolton’s Spicy Chicken & Fish, The Ryman Auditorium and it’s back alley side-kick, Robert’s Western World. The latter hall is where Tim assembled the modern-vintage musicians that burn up his latest critically acclaimed album, Not Cool. Here is a little sample what they’re sayin’:
Hot, sweaty, sexy, righteous, cool - PopMatters
All in all, Not Cool must be considered among the most prominent albums released in 2013. Very Cool. - No Depression
Tim Easton finds his inner Buddy Holly and rocks. Here comes the sun… - Nashville Scene
Check out Tim Easton’s full list of upcoming East Coast and European tour dates HERE.
10/16 – Orlieb’s Lounge – Philly, PA
10/17 – Middle East – Cambridge, MA
10/18 – CMJ Showcase – Rockwood Music Hall – 6p, NYC
Contact & Licensing:
“Gallatin Pike Blues” written by Tim Easton. Published by Campfire Propaganda (ASCAP) administered by Some Kind of Music LLC, a Notable Music Co. / contact: Damon Booth / firstname.lastname@example.org. Master controlled by Tim Easton.
Sept 18 – 22, 2013 – The Americana Music Festival & Conference – Nashville, TN. Come hang with us in Nashville WED night 9/18 at The Ryman Auditorium with Tift Merritt (presenting and a special guest appearance), Rosanne Cash THURS morning 9/19 10:30a – An Interview w/BBC’s Bob Harris discussing her upcoming new album, The River & The Thread not to mention her three-decade career marked by emotional honesty and creative growth. Rosanne will also appear live in concert at 8P – 3rd & Lindsley! FRI morning 9/20, 10a come hear Tift on the Direct 2 Fan panel discuss her vision and design of her new beautiful deluxe edition box set of Traveling Alone. Holding it down on SAT night 9/21 live in concert is Mr. Tim Easton – 10p at The Basement performing songs from his critically acclaimed new album, Not Cool.
Hey Nashville, come celebrate the release of Tim Easton‘s new album, Not Cool, with an in-store performance tonight at Grimey’s record shop at 6p (1604 8th Ave S) and again live tomorrow night from the historic Loveless Cafe (8400 Tennessee Hwy 100). Visit your favorite music retailer or Tim’s website for custom posters, vinyl, demos and more.
“Not Cool is a fun ride that only gets better every time you spin it” – The Firenote
“Tim Easton finds his inner Buddy Holly” – Nashville Scene
“The album represents a skilled take on American music with influences like Keith Richards, Doc Watson, and Elmore James.” American Songwriter Magazine