Tim & The Glory Boys Announce Home-Town Hoedown Tour Dates
Canadian band Tim & The Glory Boys are known for their upbeat, upbeat songs that span generations and unite communities. Formed in 2013, the JUNO Award-winning group was nominated for two Canadian Country Music Awards in 2021 for “Rising Star” and “Group of the Year.”
Multi-award winning vocalist Tim Neufeld, Colin Trask (dobro/percussionist) and Brenton Thorvaldson (banjo/guitar) are born artists who call their booted anthems “bluegrass-meets-gospel-meets-Canadiana”. The band are currently putting the finishing touches on their new album to be released on Sony Music Entertainment Canada, their first album for the label.
Their latest single “Bloodlines” has been featured on Spotify’s Next From Nashville, All About Country, Top Christian Contemporary, Top Christian and Gospel playlists, to name a few, and now Tim & The Glory Boys are bringing their “Home-Town Hoedown Tour” to the United States in March/April, performing in select cities. “Don’t get me wrong, we love playing big city stages, but our hearts go out to the small towns. What some call ‘flying over the country’, we call ‘our country and our people’,” Neufeld said. “We live to light up the bus and visit these beautiful, underrated communities off the beaten path. It doesn’t matter if you catch us in a theater, a church or an old barn, it’s always an unforgettable kick, banjo pickin’ party – a ‘Hoedown’ if you will!”
“‘Bloodlines’ is a song about family, faith and legacy. It’s a song of hope for tough times,” says Neufeld, and the poignant video was directed by David J. Redman. The band co-wrote the track with writer-producer Zach Kale (Gabby Barrett, Florida Georgia Line) and with its contemporary production and heartfelt lyrics, the song exemplifies the importance of acknowledging and thanking the people in your life who stand by your side and accompany you in difficult times.
Tim & the Glory Boys’ latest single “Me Without You” garnered nearly 7 million combined streams and, along with the track “Without A Prayer”, landed the band two consecutive top 10 singles on Canadian Country Radio.
The group independently released two albums – “Hootenanny!” Contemporary Christian and Gospel Album of the Year”.
As committed road warriors, Tim & The Glory Boys perform between 100 and 200 concerts a year, including recently opening for singer-songwriter Tenille Townes on the Canadian leg of her “Girl Who Didn’t” tour. ‘t Care”. There are lots of beautiful places the band wants to go to spread their feel-good message. Also, don’t be surprised if they get into some shenanigans along the way. They are, after all, a group that has (among other things) made bison riding a lifestyle and tried playing hockey (in full gear) in a swimming pool. It’s all documented throughout the band’s ever-charming social media adventures. “We call it blue-collar humor,” says Neufeld. “We’re just trying to relate and be real.”
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