Tim's career spans over two decades. He began his musical journey in the mid 1980’s when he started performing in front of live audiences and composing his own music. He is currently being trained by the esteemed Avril Grey, one of the most sought after singing coaches in he country.
On the cabaret side of show business he has worked with many names including:
- Paul Daniels
- Michael Barrymore
- The Baycity Rollers,
- The Tremeloes
- Paul McKenna
- Faith Brown
- Martin Daniels
- Eddie Large
- Nigel Kennedy
- Hayley Westonra
- Katherine Jenkins
- Frederick Magle
He has also performed classically with:
- The "Royal Philharmonic Orchestra"
- "The Bristol Millennium Orchestra"
- “The Bristol Philharmonian"
As well as performing privately Tim works closely with many Charity's including the Royal British Legion and has performed with numerous military orchestras. Over recant years his work with the British Legion has included annual performances at the Remembrance concert at The Colston Hall, Bristol.
Tim currently performs nationally and internationally with recent performances in France, Germany, Egypt, Create and Tenerife.
Tim's most notable performance to date was in 2005 when he was personally asked by Michael Eavis (The Glastonbury Festival organizer) to perform at "The Glastonbury Extravaganza," the biggest open-air classical music concert in the UK.
Accompanied by the Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra he performed “Nessun Dorma”, “Rule Britannia” and “Land of Hope and Glory” to a record audience of over 14,500 people. He received a standing ovation and was called back to the stage to repeat part of the performance.
Alongside his face to face performances Tim has also had vast radio coverage.
Radio performances include but are not limited to:
- performing live for GWR Radio as part of a show at the Bristol Old Vic
- live performances and interviews on BBC Radio Bristol
- live performances and interviews onSwindon FM
- You can also hear Tim's music regularly played on Radio Bristol.
Career by year
Tim entered one of the largest singing competitions ever held in the South West of England. Out of 3,500 singers, Tim came third and then won the competition the following year.
During this year Tim also became the first singer/songwriter to be awarded a grant from The Princes Trust. This helped him to achieve his professional aspirations as a singer. Since then, he has performed in over 2,500 shows and concerts.
Tim appeared on the Michael Barrymore show and performed the Roy Orbison classic “Crying” to a standing ovation.
He performed as part of the “Susan Guest appeal” at the Bristol Hippodrome along with Paul McKenna, Faith Brown, Martin Daniels and other local talent. The show raised thousands of pounds for the charity.
Tim made a life-changing decision to enter into the world of classical music as an operatic tenor. After studying classical music and being coached by the leading classical tutor, Andrew Hambly-Smith, Tim sang operatically at Bristol City’s Ashton Gate football stadium and at the Bristol Balloon Fiesta to crowds of 20,000.
Tim performed at The National Indoor Arena as part of the “The Birmingham Tattoo” with the “NATO Regimental Big Band,” which had lead to him being invited back annually. He delivered a sensational performance to around 20,000 people which has lead to Tim being invited to tour with Norman Rogerson – a leading promoter of military concerts in Europe.