OK. let’s get started on the new one~!! I’m playing a solo show at PA’s Lounge in Somerville on January 3–I’ll be playing my new album Silver Sun in near entirety! Shake off ’17 and come on out..
Took awhile this year to feel fall in the air, but colors everywhere show what time it is~Also time I got back to TOAD with full band to play 2 sets of original music with some loving coers,,,paying attention to… Read more >
Summer is in full swing, as is my new band Gratefulele..with a secret surprise gig in NH a few weeks ago, our fate is sealed as New England’s premier ukulele Grateful Dead cover band. Come check us out at Aeronaut… Read more >
GRATEFULELE~ Aeronaut Brewing 7/2/17 Mississippi Half Step Friend of The Devil Ramble on Rose China Doll Jack Straw Peggy O Bertha Brown Eyed Woman Ripple Brokedown Palace
For driving down the highway! Traveling to the mid west US to see family and play a show in Bloomington, IN on 6/29..check out the link here: https://www.facebook.com/events/283251955480938/permalink/283252298814237/ Then more shows at home~Aeronaut Brewing with Joe Klompus, and a… Read more >
Check out my latest release on Bandcamp~ ‘Hillside Expediton’ is a digital reissue: My first 2 CDs in one! ‘The Tim Mann Expedition’ and ‘Hillside Sessions’ are still available in CD format through CD Baby or directly from me. Here… Read more >
That’s bound to appear as a headline soon..getting the jump..what a time indeed..The Beatles were hard at work on what would be Sgt Pepper, Brian Wilson was making Smile, (ok, that one took awhile), Pink Floyd still felt hopeful (hahaha)… Read more >
Check out the Videos Page for new videos, taken at my CD release show at Club Passim March 17, 2016. Videos by Andy Cambria. Performers: Laurence Scudder~viola, Jim Larkin~bass, Chris Anzalone~drums.
Greetings! My website has been updated and includes up to date happenings from Tim Mann Music, Seething Brains Records, and The Local Boston Music Scene! Look for new music and more live shows to come as we hit 2017~ Enjoy!
*** TIM MANN (The Music Emporium): Most important musical memory is hard to answer with just one event. The historical events that stand out the most are The Remains opening for The Beatles on their last ever tour (now over 50… Read more >