Independent artist and Centennial, Wyoming based soulful songwriter Timothy John Music (www.musicbytimothyjohn.com) will be performing live at the second night of the 2nd Annual I Slept With the Band Festival Saturday, September 1st, 2018 at 2:30pm at The Yard at 108 SE River St in Saratoga, Wyoming. I Slept With the Band Festival is a three day, traveling music and camping festival in the wild of northern Colorado and southern Wyoming featuring over 20 local and regional bands including Harley and the V Twins, Wendy Woo, The Symbols, Wooleye, AJ Fullerton, Eef and Stacey Turpenoff, Grace Kuch, Lauren Michaels, Sasha Stone, J Shogren, Bobby Phillips, Tyler T, B. Baldwin, The CatCalls, Riley Ann One Woman Band, Timothy John, Stompit, Ben Wah and the Blue Balls, The Honky Longtonkers, Tony Zain, and Lori Anne.
Occurring on Labor day weekend, this festival gives fans a taste of the musician life. The bands play one venue all night, then load up their touring vehicles, and the fans and bands will then travel to the next venue together, play a show, camp, spend the night, wake up, and travel to the next venue. All 3 locations are stunning natural landscapes with friendly venues on them. This year's 3 locations will be: Friday, August 31st - The River Forks Inn, Drake, CO, Saturday, September 1st - The Yard, Saratoga, WY, and Sunday, September 2nd - The Sunset, Alcova, WY.
Below is a ticket link and full lineup for the second night of the 2018 I SLEPT WITH THE BAND Festival at The Yard, 108 SE River St,Saratoga, Wyoming, USA.
BUY TICKETS ONLINE OR AT THE DOOR:
2:30-3pm - Timothy John
4-4:30pm - B. Baldwin
5:30-6pm - J Shogren Shanghai'd
7-7:30pm - Tyler T
8:30-9pm - AJ Fullerton
3-4pm - Sasha Stone
6-7pm - Lauren Michaels
7:30-8:30pm - Harley and the V Twins
9-10pm - The Symbols w/ Grace Kuch and AJ Fullerton
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.