Saturday July 29 05:00PM - 06:15PM
Tim Brick - A Special Acoustic Set City Hall Park Stage

05:00PM-06:15PM: Tim Brick - A Special Acoustic Set

Singer, songwriter, guitarist, band leader and all around working man are just some of the words used to describe Tim Brick. Born the son of a hard-living long distance trucker, Tim’s music reflects a soulful edge that isn’t afraid to get rowdy, while at the same time, is tempered by a surprising vulnerability.

Standing on the stage since the early age of twelve, Tim is right at home entertaining audiences. His ability to engage the audience and draw them into his songs is what separates him from the average entertainer. His characteristic hard work ethic as an artist has led to three independent releases…. Boderline(2009), Free To Run(2011) & Three of a kind EP(2013). Subsequently, his passion for music was rewarded when he was nominated for ICoMA(Independent Country Music Association) Best Country Male Artist in 2013 and again in 2014.

Wanting to further his musical experience, he relocated to Austin, TX in January 2015. Proceeding to play clubs throughout central Texas, he introduced his brand of country to an entirely new audience. The exposure eventually led to the opportunity to open for country artist, Hal Ketchum at the 2015 Blanco River Flood Festival. Tim has since returned back to the roots of his Green Mountain Home to continue his musical journey.

Raw, real, genuine and honest to the core, that’s what Tim and his music are all about. Qualities that never go out of style!



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Cost: Free to all


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