Tim Goodin is a singer/songwriter straight out of the Hills of South East Kentucky. He grew up wandering the hills and "hollers" of the Appalachian landscapes. It is here his love for music began. The old mountain hymnals he grew up listening to is what helped develop his unique sound. At 18, he continued in the family tradition and became the 4th generation of his family to work in the coal mines of Kentucky. After the downturn of the industry and limited economic opportunity's he and his wife Leanna decided to migrate south to Alabama, to continue his mining career in the Sand and Gravel industry.
His Debut self released single "Pills and Poverty" tells the tragic tale plaguing so many rural community's today. Tim Said, "I tend to write about what I know and experience and what I hear other people have experienced. With unreleased songs titled, "Hardwork and Misery" and "Fishin' Hole" his roots run deep in the Appalachian way of life. "We're working to get more songs released, it's just a slow process when you're self producing."
"This man will be on billboard’s one day! Right along with his wife whom has helped him write a few of his songs."
"Came here from tik tok. Awesome song man. Better than anything even close to country radio these days. Consider me a fan."
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