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Americana Kingpin Greets a New Day on Tim Easton’s You Don’t Really Know Me

Americana Kingpin Greets a New Day on Tim Easton’s You Don’t Really Know Me

Rejuvenated by sobriety, You Don’t Really Know Me finds him making peace with the past and focusing on the present. “Gone are the wistful, drunken wanderer tunes of the past,” he explains. “These are songs for today.”

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NEW MUSIC: Tim Easton – You Don’t Really Know Me

NEW MUSIC: Tim Easton – You Don’t Really Know Me

“In some ways, it’s a recovery album,” says the singer/songwriter, who wrote the bulk of You Don’t Really Know Me during the national quarantine of 2020. “Not only recovery from a vice, but also recovery from a divorce and a destructive, rambling life of self-centered gratification. It’s a peaceful, positive, loving album — an album about personal revolution.

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RS Country Music Picks for the Week of July 19th

RS Country Music Picks for the Week of July 19th

RS Country Music Picks for the Week of July 19th Tim Easton, “Real Revolution” “I had come undone/I was feeling unsung/went back upstate/got my bell real rung,” sings the tireless folksinger-songwriter Tim Easton, going full Dylan in his wordplay and delivery for “Real Revolution.” A track off Easton’s upcoming album You Don’t Really Know Me (out August 27th), it’s a rambunctious ode to demanding (and making) a change. Not of the political kind however — Easton’s revolution is personal, taking place in the heart and mind. It’s inspiring, zen-like stuff.

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Tim Easton Undergoes a ‘Real Revolution’ in New Song

Tim Easton Undergoes a ‘Real Revolution’ in New Song

By the end of his new song, "Real Revolution," Tim Easton has undergone a change and found a new way of living. It wasn't easy, but it was certainly worthwhile.

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