Live Shows Coming Up
Tim will be performing at L’auberge Sans Frontières in Dégagnac, France; Vancouver’s Jericho Folk Club; Mission Folk Festival and Harmony Arts Festival over the next few weeks. Details of all the shows are here.
Tim will be in the UK for several weeks soon. He says he’s on holiday and will be doing a lot of writing but, although no gigs are planned, we wouldn’t be surprised if there’s some live music to be made along the way.
The Cuckoo Gene Update
Tim’s ‘Sci-Fi Prog-Rock Epic’ recording project with Baltimore’s Andy Cooke, of Dataloaf fame, continues apace. Backing tracks are complete and studio time is booked for September 12-16thin Baltimore, MA, USA for Tim to record vocals.
You can find out about the fabulous Dataloaf and Andy’s other projects here.
Hither and Yon
Recording has almost been completed at Palace Studios in Vancouver BC for the new album entitled Hither and Yon. It’s a rather belated follow-up to the 2008 Eventually Brothers release All Over the Map. All of the lyrics are by Alan Millen, with melodies created by Brian Bouthillier, Iain Duncan, Raymond Kerr and Tim Readman. Once again Eventually Brother and multi-instrumentalist Craig McKerron is along for the ride with Bill Buckingham taking the helm. Soon you’ll be able to come along on the voyage too. The songs in no particular order are:
Absent Friend (Millen-Kerr-Readman)
Home Again (Millen-Readman)
I’m Gonna Run (Millen-Bouthillier)
Kindred Spirits (Millen-Kerr)
Low Tide: Twilight (Millen-Kerr)
Renoir Rain (Millen-Kerr)
Simple Soul (Millen-Readman)
Song For Kate and Anthony (Millen-Readman)
That Song On The Radio (Millen-Bouthillier)
The Narrow Boats (Millen-Duncan)
The Rings Of Saturn (Millen-Readman)
When The War Is Over (Millen-Bouthillier)
Tentative release date is October 2019. Watch this space for details.
We continue to get great feedback about the children’s CD Rockaroladoo, which seems to be a hit with the wee folks. If you want to check it out you can listen to all the songs here.
New Penguin Eggs Magazine Out Now
The spring issue of Penguin Eggs is now out and about with Fàrsan on the cover and reviews by Tim Readman inside. Other articles include Michael Jerome Browne, Amy Ray (of the Indigo Girls), Whitehorse, The Foghorn Stringband, Matilda Murdoch, Madison Violet, Trad’ in Northern Ireland, Robert Legault, Yiddish Glory and Gwyneth Glyn. The Penguin Eggs Interview features The Revelers. We introduce you to Kathleen Nisbet, Conte et Chansons de Draveurs, Jack Rutter and Anita Harris. There’s a Quick Word with Mitch Podolak. Oh Susanna reflects on The Record That Changed Her Life and Lynn Miles presents her Point of View about how artists need to take better care of their mental and physical health. Plus much, much more. And now you can subscribe for a mere $15.99 here