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Singer-songwriter Tim Grimm from Indiana is " a storyteller, up there with the likes of [Rodney] Crowell, [Steve] Earle and Jackson Browne…..Bit like Woody Guthrie" (Americana UK)
Tim Grimm is a jack of many trades. Singer-songwriter, actor and farmer. As singer-songwriter he toured and recorded amongst others with his friend Ramblin’ Jack Elliott. In the second role he appeared with Harrison Ford in the film Clear and Present Danger and shared the stage with writer and poet Wendell Berry. And about the third activity mentioned …talk to his horses.
Musically Tim Grimm walks that fine line between folk and country, while maintaining a strong footing in tradition. We hear the rural rumblings that have shaped his life, but we are also invited into a bigger picture, as evident in so much of his work. Critics searching for comparisons most often cite Johnny Cash, Woody Guthrie and (Nebraska era) Bruce Springsteen. His qualities as lyricist are much praised. Grimm is a story-teller par excellence, who not only sings but also acts his songs. A trade that without doubt originates from one of his other jobs. Besides musician Tim Grimm is also a popular stage and screen actor. He can regularly be seen on stages in major cities such as Chicago and New York and on movie and TV screens. After living and working several years in Los Angeles where among others he starred 2 seasons as Bruce Kaufman in the TV series Reasonable Doubts, and where he played in a number of films, Tim returned home to Indiana. He grew up in the woods and small town settings of southern Indiana, son of schoolteachers and grandson of farmers, and his return home was a conscious choice to live a life of significance rather than one of “successes”. He now lives with his wife and sons on an 80 acre farm close to where he grew up. The rural atmosphere and lifestyle are reflected in Tim's songs. Warm and intimate, rich with descriptive details, and sung with warmth and intimacy—recognizing the inextinguishable national romance with the idea of the family farm and the vanishing landscape of rural America.
Tim's album The Back Fields was named Best Americana Album at the main award ceremony for this genre, the Just Plain Folks Music Awards in Los Angeles and every album he recorded made the top 5 in the folk and Americana charts. Heartland, Coyote's Dream, Names, The Back Fields, Holding Up The World, Farm Songs; popular and successful in our 'Low Lands' too.
2011 was a busy year for the man from Indiana. In addition to a large number of gigs Grimm also released two new albums: THANK YOU TOM PAXTON-12 songs of the great (and Lifetime Grammy Award winner) Tom Paxton. Produced by Tim Grimm and Jason Wilber, guitarist of the John Prine Band. Tom Paxton was and still is one of Tim's heroes. Guests include Krista Detor, Joe Crookston and The Bowmans. In the same year Tim Grimm recorded and released WILDERNESS SONGS AND BADMAN BALLADS featuring songs based on stories written by the famous Hoosier author, Scott Russell Sanders (Hoosier is the nickname for a resident of Indiana). The album includes five brand-new songs as well as songs from the award-winning theatre show Wilderness Plots.
Tim Grimm’s recent acting activities include guest spots on Television’s Chicago Code and Detroit 187, on stage appearances in God of Carnage and a new theatre concert-piece Forever Sung
And look out for Tim in the upcoming feature film At Any Price starring Dennis Quaid and Zac Effron. Directed by Ramin Bahrani, who Roger Egbert has named one of the top 10 directors of the decade!
A film about an enterprising farmer whose plans cause problems with his family, that will be touted at all the important film festivals such as Cannes and Venice.