This acoustic version was shot at an abandoned monastery on Capitol Hill in Seattle. It was performed in 1 take before the ghost nuns could kick us out. Gabriel “the reverend” Molinaro plays the keys (except for the B key that was stuck).
You can also download the track Where Are You? for free here
Timothy Robert Graham writes 60’s-pop inspired indie-rock. Timothy is currently recording a full-length album with producer Steven Aguilar (Silver Torches, David Bazan, Head and the Heart). Famed DJ Marco Collins praised Timothy’s last album as his number one pick of 2013. Most recently the two-track single, Sit Still No Talking was released last October.
For the “oh dang I’m on a mountain” vibe, please watch in full screen mode with sound UP!
Timothy Robert Graham performs with his rock and roll band on August the Twentieth at the Rendezvous in Seattle to celebrate the release of Sit Still, No Talking. To reserve your seat, purchase a ticket here
To hear the recorded version before the release date, stream the song here:
In promotion of our CD release show on Sunday January 20th, we’re releasing a free download from The Hidden Rose.
The song is Captured Moment, and can be downloaded for free!
The very talented Charissa Bangs designed special cover art for the release. I love how the colors capture the fun, light, and joyous feelings found in the song. You can view her branding and design work here
Hope you make it out to the show if you’re anywhere near Seattle, WA! Details for the show and tickets can be viewed here
Below, is the first issue of a web zine brought to you by ma home boyz in Le Grand Cru. They put out a Compilation CD to benefit the Japan relief effort. I had the great honor of being one of the featured artists. I submitted an unreleased song, and it’s the only place you can purchase it.
I am currently working on recording a ten track LP. The theme of the record is starting to emerge. So far ideas about hurt, loss, regret, and fear are juxtaposed by ideas about love, compassion, and hope. My friend Daniel Blue (Motopony)
noticed that redemption seems to be a common thread.
I started the recording at the Dolce beachfront cabin on Camano Island, located an hour north of Seattle. I’ve continued recording in my house studio on Beacon Hill (where I recorded Tony Kevin Jr.’s EP, Poverty). I have three more songs to
record, and I’m eyeing a friend’s early 1900’s house.
Le Grand Cru will release the first single on a compilation fundraiser album. Proceeds will benefit a Japan relief fund. The scheduled release is set for late April, early May. I’m hoping to complete the full length LP by late June, early July. The working title is, “Let Me Sing.”