Who I Am: November 20, 2020 Release

Who I Am: November 20, 2020 Release

Country music entertainer Tim Atwood’s soon-to-be released album Who I Am is set to hit the streets on November 20, 2020.  Without a doubt, this is the best work Tim has ever done.  

The fifteen songs carefully selected by Tim for this project, sponsored by Springer Mountain Farms, accurately answer the question “Who is Tim Atwood?”  Tim is a stylist with a delivery that makes you feel the songs he sings and wrings emotion from those who take this 15 song journey with him—all emotions.  This album makes you feel happy, sad, joyful and grateful, and at the end of your journey, you are glad you came along for the ride.  It is a trip you will want to take again and again.

A stand out on Who I Am is the poignant You First, a song that left the hosts of a recent TV show unable to talk after Tim’s performance because the song hit the heart; along with the fun filled romp Shortnin’ Bread Rock and the haunting beauty of It Don’t Matter To The Sun.

“This album has something for everyone,” Tim confides.  “This is definitely a country project, but you really can’t put my music in a box and slap a label on it.  

This album has everything from a country shuffle that I wrote with my wife called Migraine Heartache, to country boogie woogie.  Just Because She Always Has is my favorite ballad on this project, and I even covered a Delbert McClinton cover that I sang at my wedding called Sending Me Angels featuring the soulful sounds of Charlie McCoy on harmonica.  As I do on every project, I conclude my album with two gospel songs because God is always by my side in everything I do.”
Look for details on how you can pre-order Tim Atwood Who I Am on his website www.timatwood.com. Or on his fb page @TimAtwoodOfficial

Tune In Alert: Tim Atwood To Appear On Larry’s Country Diner

Tune In Alert: Tim Atwood To Appear On Larry’s Country Diner

Larry’s Country Diner’ Airs Thursday, October 15 at 8/7c and Saturday, October 17 at 11/10c on RFD TV NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Country music entertainer Tim Atwood will appear on the hit television show Larry’s Country Diner airing Thursday, October 15 at 8/7c and then again on Saturday, October 17 at 11/10c. Viewers will see live performances of “Come On If You’re Comin’,” “Saved By Grace,” “You First” and “One Pair Of Hands” which are all included on his upcoming album ‘Who I Am,’ available on November 20. Fans will not want to miss this special airing of Larry’s Country Diner and one-of-a-kind upcoming album release!

Never one to sit still for long, Atwood has been in the studio wrapping up his fourth studio album ‘Who I Am,’ which showcases Atwood’s versatility as a writer and a performer as he takes his fans on a musical journey that includes his self penned, country shuffle “Migraine Heartache” as well as Delbert McClinton’s soulful anthem “Sending Me Angels.” Atwood has never been an artist who readily fits into any one box. Instead, he relishes his love of playing outside of the box.

“I think ‘Who I Am’ is the best work I’ve ever done. I am proud of this project and proud to debut four of the album’s fifteen songs on Larry’s Country Diner. Not only is it an honor to perform on a show that continues to promote and support our music, but Larry Black, along with his cast and crew, have created an environment of family and fun. When you visit the diner, you feel like you’re coming home. I absolutely love that,” shares Atwood.

During his thirty-eight years on the Grand Ole Opry stage, Tim performed alongside nearly four decades of country music hitmakers including Loretta Lynn, George Jones, Marty Robbins, Jeannie Seely, Dolly Parton, The Oak Ridge Boys, Merle Haggard, Willie Nelson, Garth Brooks, Vince Gill, Carrie Underwood, and Taylor Swift.

To keep up with everything Tim Atwood, visit his website and socials linked below.
 Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | YouTube
About Tim Atwood: Tim Atwood is an award-winning entertainer honored in our nation’s Congressional Record for his many contributions to country music as a performer and a studio musician. Winner of the 2020 Telly Award for Social Media Event of the Year, Tim is a 38 year veteran of the Grand Ole Opry stage and a member of the world-famous Wheeling Jamboree. He is proud to include memberships into the ALM Musician’s Hall of Fame, along with an artist membership into the North American Country Music Hall of Fame, to his list of accolades. After a recent nod by the Reunion of Professional Entertainers for Songwriter of the Year, Tim’s song “That’s How I Roll” was recorded as a collaborative effort by Jeannie Seely, Lorrie Morgan, and Vince Gill. Tim’s TV appearances include the Hallmark channel’s Home & Family show, Huckabee, Larry’s Country Diner, The Dailey & Vincent Show, Country Family Reunion, Opry Live, and Hee Haw. Voted “Fan Favorite” by the Genuine Country Music Association, Tim’s recent live stream performances during our world’s new normal, have been viewed by over 600,000 country music fans.
Hats Off To The 80s & 90s – The Music Continues Presented By The 615 Hideaway Event Draws A Crowd Of Over 260,000 Viewers

Hats Off To The 80s & 90s – The Music Continues Presented By The 615 Hideaway Event Draws A Crowd Of Over 260,000 Viewers

 Acoustic concert featured artists T. Graham Brown, Bryan White, Wade Hayes, Tim Rushlow, David Frizzell, Ronnie McDowell, Tim Atwood And Lulu Roman 

Aired by WWTW ShortWave Radio And Live Streamed By CDX, Do You Remember?, Nashville.com, The Heartland Network, RFD-TV, Country Rebel, Visit Music City  and more!

Hosted by Megan Alexander of Inside Edition

Nashville, Tenn. – On Monday, March 23, the acoustic live-stream concert “Hats off to the 80’s and 90’s- The Music Continues” presented by the 615 Hideaway took over the internet drawing in over 260,000 country music fans from around the world to enjoy live country music from the comfort of their homes. The special event was hosted by Inside Edition’s Megan Alexander and arranged by country hit maker T. Graham Brown in an effort to keep spirits high, hearts strong and bring optimistic entertainment to those stuck inside during times of social distancing. Brown, joined by fellow artists Bryan WhiteWade HayesTim RushlowDavid FrizzellRonnie McDowell,Tim Atwood and Lulu Roman put on a show that left fans counting down the days until the next live-stream concert.

“It was so much fun getting to be with friends during these tough times,” says Brown. “Music heals the heart and right now, we need a lot of heeling. So, when I started calling all of these guys – they all said yes! Hopefully we helped ease some minds and bring some happiness into some homes. Now, are you ready for us to do it again? You just never know…”

The two hour event aired live via social media platforms as well as WWTW ShortWave RadioCDXDo You Remember?Nashville.comThe Heartland NetworkRFD-TVCountry RebelCountry Road TVVisit Music City and many more. T. Graham Brown kicked the evening off with his legendary chart topping hits, “Hell or High Water,” “Wish I Could Hurt That Way Again” and “Wine Into Water.” The show continued with light-hearted jokes, hit songs and legendary performances from all the artists.

Please go to Visit Music City on Facebook to watch the full show: facebook.com/nashvillemusiccity/videos/550110802275943/.

To view off Facebook, click here.

To keep up with “Hats off to the 80’s and 90’s” tour announcements visit tgrahambrown.com.

About T. Graham Brown:
T. Graham Brown has recorded 15 studio albums and charted more than 20 singles on the Billboard charts. He has had multiple number one hits in country, gospel and blues. Brown’s voice is also recognized from his singing in advertising campaigns for McDonald’s, Disneyland, Almond Joy, Coca Cola, Dodge Truck, Ford, Hardee’s and many others including the Taco Bell “Run For The Border” television spots.

In early 2015, Brown released his latest Grammy nominated album, Forever Changed, which featured collaborations with Vince Gill, Jason Crabb, The Oak Ridge Boys, Jimmy Fortune and more. T. Graham Brown still actively tours throughout the year, including multiple appearances on the legendary Grand Ole Opry and television appearances such as “Larry’s Country Diner” and “Country’s Family Reunion.” Brown’s uniqueness has made him one of the most beloved and iconic performers of the day.

For more information follow T. Graham Brown’s socials linked below.
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.@TGrahamBrown hosts #HatsOffToThe80s&90 with @Bryan_White, @WadeHayes1, @RonnieMcDowell1, @TimRushlow, @FrizzellMusic, @TimAtwoodMusic, @MeganAlexander & @LuluRomanMusic with over 260K viewers

Musicians turn to virtual concerts to connect with fans during COVID-19 outbreak

Musicians turn to virtual concerts to connect with fans during COVID-19 outbreak

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WTVF) — The COVID-19 outbreak has closed music venues across Nashville for health and safety reasons, forcing musicians to get creative to keep their music going.

Many have turned to virtual concerts through social media to connect with fans. Monday night, Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood performed together on Facebook. Keith Urban also performed on Instagram with his wife Nicole Kidman by his side. 

As officials at the Nashville Convention and Visitors Corp. heard about more and more virtual concerts, they decided to compile a list online so fans in Nashville and across the country can stay in the loop with their favorite artists.

“Basically, if you can’t come to Music City, we will bring Music City to you,” said Deana Ivey, Executive Vice President of the Nashville Convention and Visitors Corp. 

Music City Bandwidth, shows a list of upcoming shows. Officials at the Nashville Convention and Visitors Corp. say the list will be constantly updated as they learn about more concerts. It currently features musicians from all genres.

“We want to keep people playing and keep people working, and do whatever we can to support them,” said Ivey.

CLICK HERE, for a list of upcoming shows.

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Hats Off To The 80s & 90s – The Music Continues Presented By The 615 Hideaway Event Draws A Crowd Of Over 260,000 Viewers

Hats Off To The 80s & 90s – The Music Continues Livestream Concert w/ T. Graham Brown, Bryan White, Wade Hayes & More On Monday, March 23rd From 4-6pm

Live streaming through RFD-TVThe Heartland NetworkDoYouRemember?CDXVisit Music City and artist’s Facebook Pages Simultaneously

Hosted by Megan Alexander of Inside Edition

Nashville, Tenn. – During this time of uncertainty, the one thing that is certain is country music continues to bring families together one song at a time. As part of the Hats Off To The 80s & 90s TourT. Graham BrownBryan White and Wade Hayes are bringing together some of their closest friends from that era to join them for a special live streaming acoustic concert on Monday, March 23 from 4:00PM – 6:00PM CST. This event is to ensure that the music will continue during these tough times the world is facing.

Joining them live will be country music veterans David FrizzellTim RushlowRonnie McDowellTim Atwood, and Lulu Roman. The party, presented by 615 Hideaway and hosted by Megan Alexander of Inside Edition, will be simultaneously streamed live not only on each of the artist’s Facebook pages, it can also be seen on RFD-TVThe Heartland NetworkDoYouRemember?CDX Nashville, and Visit Music City‘s Facebook pages.

“Music is such a healing factor when anyone is down,” says T. Graham Brown. “With everything going on in the world, I am just going to keep singing! So, I called some of my buddies to come out and do a few songs, tell a few jokes and most importantly – stay at least six feet away from each other, because after all, safety first. We love the fans and since we can’t be with you person, this is the next best thing.

The producers also recently helped organize ‘Keep The Music Playing’, Shenandoah & Friends featuring Michael Ray, Austin Merrill, Aaron Tippin, T. Graham Brown and Katie Austin on Wednesday, March 18th. Sponsored by Foundry Records, the Facebook live event has grossed over 300K views to date and also raised funds for Nashville COVID-19 and tornado victims.

ny outlets interested in participating in the Facebook crosspost, contact Austin Smith at austinsmith25@yahoo.com.

About T. Graham Brown:
T. Graham Brown has recorded 15 studio albums and charted more than 20 singles on the Billboard charts. He has had multiple number one hits in country, gospel and blues. Brown’s voice is also recognized from his singing in advertising campaigns for McDonald’s, Disneyland, Almond Joy, Coca Cola, Dodge Truck, Ford, Hardee’s and many others including the Taco Bell “Run For The Border” television spots.

In early 2015, Brown released his latest Grammy nominated album, Forever Changed, which featured collaborations with Vince Gill, Jason Crabb, The Oak Ridge Boys, Jimmy Fortune and more. T. Graham Brown still actively tours throughout the year, including multiple appearances on the legendary Grand Ole Opry and television appearances such as “Larry’s Country Diner” and “Country’s Family Reunion.” Brown’s uniqueness has made him one of the most beloved and iconic performers of the day.

For more information, visit www.tgrahambrown.com and follow his socials linked below.

More CRS 2020 GREATS. TIM ATWOOD – Living his dream of being an all-around entertainer.

More CRS 2020 GREATS. TIM ATWOOD – Living his dream of being an all-around entertainer.

As Country Radio Seminar 2020 was gearing up this year, so were many artists. Many were heading out on the road for the weekend but still took time to sit down with us to fill us in on how things are going for them. One of my favorite performers, Tim Atwood, was kind enough to be help us kick of CRS 2020 with a bang, providing gems of information on his historical career in Nashville and on the road.

Tim Atwood got his start in the music industry while in high school and played music all four years. He started out as his band’s bass player but says the piano player then “made the mistake of showing me how to play Floyd Cramer style,” which he picked up on well. He continued to teach himself more and more on the piano until he was asked to replace the piano player in the band. He’s not looked back since.

As a young man Atwood was also inspired by his uncle, a member of the Florida Boys quartet, meaning his Gospel roots go back to his youth. When seeing his uncle’s group perform he realized that one could actually make a living by playing and performing music. He was hooked and his life’s path was set.

In addition to his great natural gift for music, Atwood’s work ethic, genuinely caring and charismatic personality, and his voluminous talent soon landed him gigs as both a studio musician and as the house-pianist on the Grand Ole Opry.

Today however, choosing to pursue a solo career, Atwood’s career path has taken a uniquely different turn – one that is proving to be full of even greater successes.

Atwood, not previously known as a songwriter, has proven he can excel at every level of the industry. His first cut, “That’s How I Roll,” a fun, uptempo song, was recently recorded by the legendary Jeannie Seely and Lorrie Morgan, with Vince Gill playing guitar on the tune. Not a bad first.

Still writing and performing, Atwood has to find a way to balance his time well.

Enter his manager and better half, Roxanne Atwood, who keeps Tim’s show booked, his studio time and album recordings arranged and much more. Atwood says of his wife, that he has “never seen her fail.” The list of her successes include writing and producing, being a TV personality on the Nashville Network, working with Bill Anderson on “Visits with the Legends” on XM Radio, being Floor Director for television programs and writing books. And Atwood laughingly adds that in her “spare time,” she books all his shows, schedules all his events and keeps him working.

Currently working on his 4th album Atwood admits he didn’t always realize how long it takes to make an album and get it all “just right.” He adds however, that the right songs and opportunities just seem to come along at the right time.

One great opportunity that does indeed keep returning is the Country Music Cruise.

Atwood has been invited back every year for five years now to perform dueling pianos alongside fellow pianist Chrissy Sparks. Additionally, the pair enjoy the opportunity to work with artists like Tracy Lawrence, David Frizzel, Moe Bandy and Jimmy Fortune on the cruise. Says Atwood, “It’s not only a treat for the people on the cruise it’s a treat for us.”

In addition to being inspired by the artists he meets and works with everyday, Atwood says he was originally inspired by some of the greatest performers in Country Music history. When first getting to Nashville he says his desire was to play the piano as well as Jerry Reed played the guitar, to sing as well as Ronnie Milsap and to tell stories and be as great an entertainer as Ray Stevens.

If you’ve ever had the privilege of seeing Tim Atwood perform live, then you know he has accomplished his goal and that he is continuing to soar.

If you’ve not ever had the opportunity to see Tim Atwood in concert you most definitely want to check out TimAtwood.com and purchase some of his great music. His music includes great albums titled: “Livin’ the Dream,” “That Old Time Religion,” “Buy this Piano a Drink,” and a single titled “I’ll Stand Up and Say So.”

You can also find his touring schedule there.

If you’d like to learn more about Tim Atwood please visit his website and follow him on social media.

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