Mister Tim, Solo Performance

In a fascinating exploration of the human voice, Mister Tim's solo performances build full songs with just his voice and a handful of electronic pedals. Drums, instruments, melodies and harmonies, all from the voice, weaving sonic stories with thoughtfully-written original songs and creatively twisted covers.

...audience-pleasing gotta-hear-it-to-believe it vocal pyrotechnics...
...gut-busting world-famous comedy...
...soul-building artistry for intellectuals and music lovers...




 
Mister Tim was the recipient of the Impact Award at the 2008 Rocky Mountain Harmony Sweepstakes, awarded to the person having the greatest impact on contemporary vocal ensemble music in the Rocky Mountain Region. 

He has also won many awards and honors for his solo performances, compositions, audio production, and arrangements, including: 

Contemporary/Pop/Rock/Art Music
Best Comedy Album, "Smiley Laughy Happy Facey", 2014 Contemporary A Cappella Recording Awards (CARAs)

Runner Up, Best Comedy Song, "We Arr Who We Arr", 2014 Contemporary A Cappella Recording Awards (CARAs)

Best Singer-Songwriter Nominee, 2010 Northern Colorado Music Association Awards 

Best Original Song, “La De Da”, 2009 Los Angeles Harmony Sweepstakes, Los Angeles, California 

Best Original Song, “Street Beat 3”, 2009 Rocky Mountain Harmony Sweepstakes, Denver, Colorado 

Best Comedy Song Nominee, “Old Turkey”, 2009 Contemporary A Cappella Recording Awards 

Best Original Song,“9:15”, 2007 Rocky Mountain Harmony Sweepstakes, Denver, Colorado 

Best Solo Performance, 2003 International Harmony Sweepstakes Finals, San Francisco, California 

Best Song, “Psycho, the Musical”, 2003 International Harmony Sweepstakes Finals, San Francisco, California 

First Runner Up Best Soloist, 2003 International Championship of Collegiate A Cappella Western Region Quarterfinals, Provo, Utah 

Best Soloist, 2001 The Gathering Vocal Competition, Orem, Utah


Classical and Choral
Featured Soloist: 
Featured Bass, J.S. Bach’s “Cantata 4: Christ lag in Todes Banden” 
Featured Bass, John Stainer’s “Crucifixion” 
Bass, J.S. Bach’s “St. Matthew’s Passion” 
Featured Baritone, Adolphe Adam’s “O Holy Night” 
Baritone/Bass, Einojuhani Rautavaara’s “Suite de Lorca, Op 72” 

For groups and projects produced my Mister Tim for clients in a work-for-hire arrangement, see this page.