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Tim Easton – You Don’t Really Know Me

Tim Easton – You Don’t Really Know Me

Tim Easton – You Don’t Really Know Me BY CHIP FRAZIER Nashville-based singer-songwriter Tim Easton is releasing his new album, “You Don’t Really Know Me”, tomorrow August 27th. It is no doubt some of his finest work, which is saying a lot for someone with a highly acclaimed 20-year career under his belt. It is also his most personal album. Although it seems trite to call it a recovery album, that is in essence what it is. Easton has recently suffered through a divorce and has gotten sober. So instead of characters that normally haunt his songs, we get a...

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Tim Easton: You Don’t Really Know Me [Album Review]

Tim Easton: You Don’t Really Know Me [Album Review]

Tim Easton: You Don’t Really Know Me [Album Review] Tim EastonYou Don’t Really Know MeBlack Mesa Records [2021] For over twenty years, Tim Easton has been successfully combining elements of indie rock, folk and a little bit a blues to create his own genre that also consistently adds excellent songwriting and tons of heart to round out his musical ingredients. Easton is now on his tenth LP, You Don’t Really Know Me, and the new material finds Tim pushing himself forward with a new outlook on life. It is an album that was mostly written during the 2020 quarantine and...

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Get Acquainted With Tim Easton Coming Full Circle On The Reflective ‘You Don’t Really Know Me’

Get Acquainted With Tim Easton Coming Full Circle On The Reflective ‘You Don’t Really Know Me’

[...] with songs as wonderful as the chiming rocker “Running Down Your Soul” and “Peace of Mind,” the latter with the prescient words Time doesn’t care about me, he reestablishes himself as a veteran performer whose best days may still lie ahead.

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WATCH: TIM EASTON, “SPEED LIMIT”

WATCH: TIM EASTON, “SPEED LIMIT”

WATCH: TIM EASTON, “SPEED LIMIT” Artist: Tim EastonHometown: Nashville, TennesseeSong: “Speed Limit”Album: You Don’t Really Know MeRelease Date: Aug 27, 2021Label: Black Mesa Records In Their Words: “My friend Tree Butcher said the opening line in a sentence and I just wrote it down. It became a song very quickly and it’s the first tune where my daughter helped sort out some lyrics as well. Both my mother and father make an appearance in this one, so the family theme is established further. This is a healing song that is played with a lot of energy to remind you to...

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