Timothy John live at the 8th Annual NU2U Street Dance and Costume Party in Downtown Laramie, Wyoming | Centennial, Wyoming Musician
Independent artist and Centennial, Wyoming based soulful songwriter Timothy John Music (www.musicbytimothyjohn.com) will be performing live at the 8th Annual NU2U Street Dance and Costume Party, September 7th, 2018 at 6pm in historic downtown outside of NU2U Sports at 116 E Custer, Laramie, Wyoming. This year's NU2U's Annual Costume Party and Street Dance is FREE and open to the public of all ages and will benefit the Pilot Hill Project. For a $15 donation you will receive limitless beer. The first 150 donations will also receive a Pilot Hill steel pint glass. There will be a costume contest with prizes as well as live music featuring local musicians Timothy John, Tie Hack and The Peculiar Patriots.
Tims debut album released this year “Hand of Help” showcases eleven acoustic songs written over the course of fifteen years ranging from the light-hearted rocking single “The Peanut Song” through the melodic ballad “Stand and Fight” to the romantic “If Love Has A Reason.”
As a metal electric guitarist turned modern troubadour and love crooner, Tim’s debut album features bluesy acoustic folk-rock songs and smooth soulful ballads that are augmented by his unique percussive fingerpicking style. His songs mix honest and universal lyrics with his characteristic rhythmic acoustic sound.