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Recently selected as a Regional Finalist in the 2011 Kerrville New Folk Artist competition, Texas based singer/songwriter Tim Mueting is steadily becoming recognized as an emerging Americana folk artist. Most often playing solo with just a guitar and harmonica, Tim's thoughtfully crafted songs display a lyrical depth which evoke a sense of timelessness - painting pictures that span love and loss, people and places, of rural small town life, homeless angels and redemption.
Tim's love of traditional country, folk and blues is unmistakable in his debut record "Long Way From Home". Its sparse, understated delivery offers vivid vignette's of americana - perhaps no better exhibited than in its first track "Drive-In Picture Show" which yearns for the idealistic, simpler life of the past. This juxtaposed with "Bones" which chronicles a haunting search for redemption and inner peace that often comes from hard living and a death too soon.
"Each of these songs come from experiences I lived", said Tim, "They are all very personal on a certain level and writing them was very theraputic in a strange and often surprising way."
"I hope people can hear and feel the honesty in them and relate to them in their own unique way - those are the types of songs I've always admired and have attempted to write."