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Tim Bergeron / About This Artist

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Hometown: Lowell, MA

Genre: Pop

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2010 was a huge year for New England based singer-songwriter Tim Bergeron. His already season career has already included performances alongside many of Boston's most established songwriters: Chad Perrone, Will Dailey, and Cahill to name a few. Hes managed to take that momentum to secure opening slots for many national acts, such as Pete Francs (Dispatch), Comedian Mike Birbiglia, and Elmwood. He also released his first E.P. last year, The Next Chapter EP, and garnered a spot on the prestigious Faneuil Hall street performers roster.

For Tim 2011 is shaping up to be just as productive as a year. Over the course of the fall and winter he helped start the Providence RI based band the Warning Signs and uses his songwriting skills for that. He also has continued his solo career and played big shows at huge festivals such as the Lowell Winter Fest. Look out for a new The Warning Signs album sometime this fall featuring Tim Bergeron's songs!

The Next Chapter E.P.
Producer- Brian Bergeron and Brian Packer
Engineer- Brian Packer
Master Engineer- Dana White (Specialized Mastering)
Acoustic Guitar and Vocals- Tim Bergeron
Electric Guitar and Organ- Brian Packer
Bass and Mandolin- Steve Belleville
Drums- Max Zemanovic


“Lowell High School has spoken -- and Tim Bergeron is their Idol. On stage with his guitar, Bergeron performed a cover of Matchbox 20's "3 A.M." A slew of teens with his name painted on their shirts jumped from their seats chanting "Timmy B" as he took the stage. "I think you're definitely going places," said judge LZ Nunn of the Cultural Organization of Lowell. "You have a commanding stage presence. Great job." The other judges, Lowell Memorial Auditorium General Manager Tom McKay, Donna Miceli, owner of Donna Micelli Dance Studio, and Whistler House Executive Director Michael Lally, all agreed that Bergeron is going places.”
Rachel R. Briere - Lowell Sun