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Artist, Pianist, Session Pianist/Vocalist, Publicist, Writer, Producer, Arranger
Company Name:
Tim McDonald Publishing
About Me:
At the young age of five, Tim McDonald embarked on a musical journey that throughout time has granted him countless opportunities to recognize and perfect his talents within. After starting formal piano lessons his natural music abilities were quickly recognized. By age nine, he was a member of the distinguished Classical Guild Society. He continued classical training throughout his teen years.

Tim attended college at Montreat Anderson on a soccer scholarship where he studied music theory and taught himself other genres of music such as Jazz, Blues, Funk and Alternative. Subsequently, Tim left college and enlisted in the US Army where he joined the Army Band following a successful piano audition. Graduating with honors, Tim attended the Armed Forces School of Music and was tagged with a special skill identifier that afforded him the opportunity to join a special band. During his tenure in the US Army, Tim continued to focus on his music. At each place he was stationed, he took complete advantage of every learning occasion. Tim continued to study music and seek out mentors. He played music and learned from great musicians such as Dave Mancini, Byron Berline, and Frank Mantooth. Later, Tim was assigned to teach piano at the Armed Forces School of Music in Virginia. He performed with many bands as well as with the Virginia Symphony. He formed a Jazz Trio and recorded two independent Jazz albums where he wrote and arranged much of the music.

After ten years of honorable service, reaching a status of Staff Sergeant, Tim left the US Army. He moved to Nashville, TN to further his music career. He performed with local bands, played as a session artist, and commenced a focused effort on writing. For three years, Tim played piano for Country Music Legend, Mark Chesnutt. Additionally, he recorded with and/or performed with artists such as Cory Morrow, Blake Shelton, Josh Gracin, Steve Holy, and Trent Tomlinson.

While Tim still enjoys performing his Jazz music and has a new Jazz album in the works, he is making a concentrated effort as a Country Music solo artist. He recently completed recording a full length album, “Lucky You”, and a six track EP, “…May I Live In Your World”. He arranged and produced all of the songs. The music is like none other and is a total reflection of the talent and passion of Tim McDonald. Songs from both are currently available for download. CDs and Flash Drives will be available in the near future.
Number of years working in Nashville area:
4 years
Number of years in the music business:
14 years

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Posted on July 16, 2008 at 9:21am 2 Comments

Hey everybody my new Flash Drive CD's are available titled, "May I Live In Your World". It has the HIT song that everyone is asking about, "SNAKE FARM". I am one of the first in Nashville to have their album on Flash Drive. There is a display being made by Ruble who owns bars on Broadway. The display will pertain to the History of recorded music and will include my Flash Drive. I am numbering and signing every Flash Drive as this is a Historical moment in recorded music. I give props to Paul… Continue

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At 1:34pm on December 22, 2008, Stan Munsey said…
Merry Christmas!!

Stan & Donna Munsey
At 1:30pm on October 31, 2008, Joy Bastow said…
I hope your feeling better!!! It was great seeing you
At 2:47pm on July 20, 2008, Jeff Gibson said…
Welcome to NMP Tim. Great to see my keyboardists on here.
At 10:34am on July 18, 2008, John Heinrich said…
Hey Tim...thanks for the friend request, I'll see and hear you around town sometime.

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