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What are people saying about Tim?

  "Appalachia continues to churn out killer songwriters, and Tim Goodin is one you’ll want to get on your radar. He’s just released an acoustic EP named after this song, and though it’s just a preliminary first taste, it’s already raising a ruckus in the holler. Some great songwriting here."

-SavingCountryMusic.com

"Tim Goodin releases one of Appalachia’s best albums of 2022"

-KentuckyCountryMusic.com

"Goodin's 'Son of Appalachia' proved to be a mountain music showcase, plain and simple. His voice is a timeless one and sounds as if it were wrapped in a veneer of Appalachia toughness and gritty optimism..."

-TheHippiesAndCowboys.com

"If you're looking for the Appalachian sound that has gone untouched by the rapacious cretins in Nashville and their commercial interests, Tim Goodin is a good place to start..."

-SavingCountryMusic.com

"Goodin, called a "crooner" given his soft singing voice, multiplied his following from a newcomer in December 2021 to more than 100,000 followers on TikTok. He's also cultivating a listenership after releasing his debut EP, "Son of Appalachia..."

-NewsWire.com

Biography

Tim Goodin is a "Son of Appalachia," he's also an independent 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 style. 

 

"Tim is known for his authentic straight shooting country sound with hints of Bluegrass and Americana."

-Jason Partin, Tim's Manager

 

His Debut self released EP "Son of Appalachia" Hit #11 on the iTunes Country Album Chart, #54 on the iTunes All Genres Chart and #8 on the Billboard Bluegrass Albums Chart, it stayed on the iTunes Country Albums Top 200 Chart for 27 weeks. His follow up and Debut full length album, "True Stories and Flat Out Lies" hit #9 on the iTunes Country Albums Chart and #7 on the Billboard Bluegrass Albums Chart, it was produced by James Barker (steel and lead guitar player for Tyler Childers). In fact, Tim had several of The Food Stamps join him on this album, Craig Burletic (Bass), Rod Elkins (Drums), James Barker (Steel Guitar) and Jesse Wells (Fiddle, Mandolin, Banjo and Electric Guitar).

    With a growing community of support on his Social Media accounts, Tim really is an up-and-coming Singer/Songwriter that is poised to make some waves in the near future. He has been steadily putting together a band of Master Musicians including Anna Blanton-Fiddle (Colter Wall, Tony Logue), John Looney-Mandolin & Guitar (John R. Miller)Roddy Puckett-Bass (The Wooks, Wolfpen Branch), Sam Rogers-Drums (Sean Whiting).

Tim has seen some great success in 2022 and 2023 to date, playing several packed houses in many different areas in the Eastern US such as Alabma, Tennessee, Georgia, Kentucky, South Carolina, Indiana, Illinois, Ohio and Arkansas.  He played an 8 show run with The Steel Woods back in the Fall of '22, wrapping that up with a New Years Eve show at the Caverns in Pelham TN in front of a Sold Out crowd of 1,500 people. He has Played The Laurel Cove Music Festival '22 &'23, Festival of the Red '22 & '23. He is set to play the Healing Appalachia Music Festival this Fall in WV. Tim continues to grow his resume, as he has opened shows for Ward Davis, The Steel Woods, John Anderson, Chris Janson, Dylan Scott, and Tyler Farr. The future is bright for Tim, he's hit several milestones so far and there's plenty more to come!

 

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