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Greetings from Whites Creek, Tennessee.

Welcome to the new TimEaston.com website designed by Todd Boufford and his team at Rock Solid Software. A lot of news to report as my new album, PACO & THE MELODIC POLAROIDS, is released early on BANDCAMP this week.

I have a brand new manager in lou DeMarco of MOMENTARY LOVE MGMT. and my booking will be handled by Bill Hutchison. Their contact info is on the CONTACT page of TimEaston.com and we’ll be working together on many projects in the works, one of which is a live album being recorded in ALASKA which will feature 20 of my best songs as picked by you the listener and supporter.

At this moment, there are 80 TOUR DATES on the TOUR page with more to be announced for the East Coast in September and West Coast in October.

The first track to premiere off the new album is my ode to the great Elmore James. Thanks ELMORE MAGAZINE for this first national press on the album. Thanks everyone for your support of my first truly independent album on my own label, Campfire Propaganda Records and Books.

 

Elmore Magazine Article

More news soon…
TE

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