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Musician Tip No. 38 - Tim Shelton

From: WAMU
Series: Musician Tips
Length: :33

Singing tips from Tim Shelton.

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Tim is from eastern Kentucky and the leader and founder of the band New Found Road, which was formed in
2002 and is presently finishing their fifth recording project, expected to be released later this year. Tim performed gospel music in the Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana area prior to forming New Found Road and was briefly a member of Larry Sparks’ band the Lonesome Ramblers. He also had an Ohio-based group called the Beacons. In 2000 he recorded a solo gospel CD titled “I Stand Amazed” with the collaboration of several members of the Isaacs and Joe Mullins on banjo from the super group Longview.

New Found Road’s fourth recording, “Life in a Song” contained the wonderful a cappella song “When I Get Home” which was ranked the number one gospel song in the March 2008 issue of Bluegrass Now magazine in their Gospel Truths Chart.

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Tim is from eastern Kentucky and the leader and founder of the band New Found Road, which was formed in
2002 and is presently finishing their fifth recording project, expected to be released later this year. Tim performed gospel music in the Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana area prior to forming New Found Road and was briefly a member of Larry Sparks’ band the Lonesome Ramblers. He also had an Ohio-based group called the Beacons. In 2000 he recorded a solo gospel CD titled “I Stand Amazed” with the collaboration of several members of the Isaacs and Joe Mullins on banjo from the super group Longview.

New Found Road’s fourth recording, “Life in a Song” contained the wonderful a cappella song “When I Get Home” which was ranked the number one gospel song in the March 2008 issue of Bluegrass Now magazine in their Gospel Truths Chart.