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Tim often plays as a solo act, with over 3 hours of great original material.
For most stage shows, Tim is joined by the Nomads:
Mike Arturi – Drums
John Wright – Bass
Dan Neale – Guitar
If the occasion warrants a larger group he also has players standing by to add:
piano, vocals, banjo, mandolin, fiddle, pedal steel guitar, and organ.
Tim also plays in an acoustic duo with Joe Filipovich, doing a mixture of classic rock and 90’s hits.
His full band, Hot Dish, has been playing rock covers for 17 years. They are tight and energetic.
You can browse our ever-evolving cover list here. (click to see Cover List)
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“[Crooked Lines is] an extremely well-crafted album, part Americana, part country, heartfelt and worth repeated listening.”
– Dancing About Architecture, music review blog
“Crooked Lines is an affirmation of all that we can be. Great contemporary country music and songwriting with a bravely political & deeply human message you seldom hear in that realm.”
– Adam Levy (www.adamlevymusic.com)
“It’s hard to not be happy when you’re listening to Tim Cheesebrow–and easy to remember the things that matter most. “Home in the Heartland” is another wonderful collection with a great variety of heartfelt, authentic songs, and rich, tasteful production. Thanks again Tim!”
– Peter Mayer (www.blueboat.net)”
“A critically acclaimed Minnesota favorite…”
– Northfield News
“”Sweet, melodic songs with an uplifting message. I enjoyed listening.”
– Liz Longley (www.lizlongley.com/)
June 2012 – Victory Review Magazine – John C. McClure
“The album is a classy blend of good production, well thought out lyrics, snappy rhythms, quality vocals, excellent guitar playing and a liberal dose of Great Lakes heart. I liked it a lot, and I’m betting you will too.”
Oct. 11 2011 – St. Paul Examiner – Monica Millsap Rasmussen
“Cheesebrow uses an extensive musical background to compose soft melodies, allowing listeners to hone in on lyrics that, while personal, are also likely universal.”
“While it is traditional in this genre to tell stories of overcoming hardship, inspirational messages can be overdone. Cheesebrow is cautious to not overdo his enthusiasm for a better world. However, a critical listener may not understand the need to spur an audience into enlightenment so much in one album.
Then, one considers the title of this album. The Moments Between. Everyone has had those times in both happy and sad times: waiting to hear from a loved one, waiting for the warmth of the sun, waiting for an end to suffering, waiting for the start of a new life together with one you love. All of that waiting make up the title of this album. During the wait, we comfort ourselves with encouragement. Tim Cheesebrow is simply giving us a story on life, the good, the bad, and those moments in between.”
Dec. 29 2011 – CBS Minnesota – Emily Buss
Cheesebrow: musician, photographer, music education by Emily Buss
” While promoting his latest album by giving fans one hell of a show, he also donates a lot of his profits to area schools and their music departments. A chat with Cheesebrow shows giving back is more important than ever.”
Jul. 12, 2011 – White Bear Press – Kristine Goodrich
Musician launches nonprofit, first album, by Kristine Goodrich
“VADNAIS HEIGHTS — A local musician wants to ensure local youth have the same musical opportunities he had. While balancing two jobs, a growing family, performing in bands and finishing his first solo album, Tim Cheesebrow has established a nonprofit called MusicWorks Minnesota.”