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Posted by Tim 40 weeks 4 days ago

Hi everyone, just to let you know that my website diary is up to date. Also I shall be performing at the National In-Door Arena again this year as part of "The Birmingham Tattoo. It is the highlight of the year for me as well as being the biggest indoor  concerts with an audience of around 24,000 people. Hope to see you there.

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Posted by Tim 1 year 38 weeks ago

Hi and Merry Christmas everyone!!!!!! As a treat we've embedded a festive sacred aria video into my website. This will give you an idea of the shape of things to come. Early next year my internet developer "Development Done Right" (to you) "My Brother James" (to me) will be pushing the development of my website further by introducing videos of me performing, including my first professional video so watch this space. In the meantime have a very Merry Christmas and I'll see in 2013.

 

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Posted by Tim 2 years 10 weeks ago

I believe that we have achieved more for my career recently than has been achieved for a long, long time. Over the past few weeks we have put the finishing touches to the website and my 'facebook' fan page. We, and when I say we I am referring to myself, Emma and James (my brother) who run their own website development company, along with great support from my associates Ian and Sue.

The website looks fantastic and I feel more than happy for anyone, whether professional or a guest to have a look.

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Posted by Tim 2 years 12 weeks ago

As you can imagine, I'm very excited about my new website! I'm very lucky because my brother runs his own web development company called Development Done Right.

My brother James and and his partner Emma have worked very hard in creating a fantastic new website for me. They have covered everything including Facebook and Twitter links, videos, blogs and a superb gallery that includes albums of concerts from the past.

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Posted by Tim 2 years 12 weeks ago

I was particularly looking forward to The Queen's Jubilee because after being involved in raising money for military related charities, over the years, I quickly realised what an important role the Royal Family play particularly in times of war. I'm also a patriotic Brit, I love my country and feel that when I can, it is important to support the Armed Forces.

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