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Tim Robinson / Bio

Tim's brand new 12 song recording, "Helena's Radio", is available now as a digital download from www.wildcatrecords.com or cdbaby.com

MONEY IN THE WOODS gets 4 stars from PASTE magazine!

PASTE's Amanda Petrusich had this to say: "... a beguiling mix of Greg Brown-style folk and thoughtful alt. country... As a lyricist, Robinson is consistently smart and unassuming, and both his vocals and arrangements are beautifully organic, as simple and inviting as a pile of freshly raked leaves."

There's also a new review in PERFORMING SONGWRITER.

Mare Wakefield says this: "... His easy delivery falls onto your ears like the cadence of a long-lost brother or favorite uncle, someone you've been longing for and never get to see enough, someone with great stories, someone you love."

Oh, and Performing Songwriter has now included "money in the woods" on their "best releases of 2006" list!

MONEY IN THE WOODS was also an '05 NEW PANTHEON MUSIC AWARD nominee!

Suzanne Vega says this of MONEY IN THE WOODS: What can I tell you about this collection of Tim Robinson's songs? He is one of my favorite songwriters. You have to read his songs as well as listen to them to get just how striking his ideas are. The songs are witty and sometimes dark but never cynical. This album is the world reflected through the prism of an intelligent and original mind."

Acoustic Live says: If your tastes run toward the brilliant and vital, the slightly rough but entirely ready - think Dylan, John Prine, Lucinda Williams, or Steve Earle - then go out and get yourself a copy of Money in the Woods.

General Info

Band Members
Tim Robinson, Dan Vonnegut, Chris Tarrow, David Hamburger, Byron Isaacs
Artist Name
Tim Robinson
Home Page
http://www.reverbnation.com/timrobinsonsongs
Genres
Folk / Singer/Songwriter / Americana

Contact Info

Location
Croton on Hudson, NY

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