Current Projects2022-10-02T23:26:51+00:00
What’s Going On?

If you want to know about the current musical projects that Tim is currently involved with and what they are all about, then you’re in the right place. We’ll be regularly updating this section as projects come and go. Updates and chat and other blog-style postings are to be found in the News section of this website. Information about recordings by those mentioned below and other acts Tim works with can be found on the Discography page.

The 12 Hits of Christmas

Tim has written and recorded twelve brand new original festive songs with his Chronolord band mate and The Eventually Brothers producer, Andy Cooke. The 12 Hits of Christmas will be out on November 1st 2022. We’ll be sending updates out in our news bulletins and posting to the News section of this website.

Tim Readman and Prairie Wolfe

Tim and Prairie recently re-united after a long hiatus on Prairie’s return to Vancouver from the USA. Prairie got her fiddling start over 20 years ago, inspired by Canadian/Metis fiddler Anne Lederman. She went on to other styles of fiddle, including Scottish, Irish, Quebecois, and Cape Breton.They are currently performing folk songs and Celtic fiddle tunes together at venues in and around Vancouver and further afield, when the opportunity arises.

Eighth and Eight – Community Tuesdays

Tim was invited by Fleur Sweetman, Performing Arts Programming Director at the Massey Theatre at 8th Avenue and 8th Street in New Westminster, to be part of this project, which is now entering its second year. Fleur and her team offered space in the music and rehearsal studios at the theatre to local artists and Tim was delighted to be asked to participate. He has been using the space as a venue for writing new songs – some of which will appear on album projects with co-writers. He also has plans to release a solo album from the sessions under the working title of ‘8 from Eighth and Eight’. The project also involves performances at public events at Eighth & Eight Creative Spaces and other forms of community engagement such as a delivering workshops and teaching session.

The Eventually Brothers

The Eventually Brothers’ are currently promoting their most recent album Love Songs Dark and Bright. Their meandering history is a mixture of unusual ingredients, with the Atlantic Ocean physically separating the two songwriters whose combined talents have to date resulted in several albums and a few one-off recordings encompassing a total of some 80+ songs across a wide expanse in terms of lyrical and musical diversity. Tim and Alan Millen in Zurich are the creative duo responsible for the lion’s share of the songs that make up All Over The Map (2008), Hither and Yon (2019), The Ancient Art of Weaving (2021) and the epic 25-song Love Songs Dark and Bright (2022).


Chronolord is a collaboration between Tim and Baltimore MD’s Andy Cooke. They’ve recorded two albums of prog-rock inspired songs. Tim and Andy also do production work together and are soon to release The 12 Hits of Christmas, as mentioned above. You can find out more about Chronolord here.

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