Listen here to the first 3 songs from the album The Little In-Between:

[1. The Leaving.   2. Lonesome All The Time.  3. I Don’t Know This World ]


And listen here to a few TIM GRIMM songs from the albums 

[ 1. Holding Up The World.    2. The Lake.    3. Dreaming of King Lear    4. Better Days ]


TIM GRIMM tour October 2024 – booking: bert@cavalier-musicmanagement.com

TIM GRIMM is a bit of a Renaissance man in the performing arts world, forging a rich and varied career that blends his love of songwriting, travel, and acting in theatre, film and television. For most of his 25-year career as a storytelling balladeer in the tradition of John Prine, Woody Guthrie, and Bob Dylan, Tim has written primarily about community, history, family, and social issues – often framed by his strong sense of place and the many years he spent on the family farm he built in rural Indiana. His songs are filled with rural characters and landscapes, written and sung with vivid warmth and intimacy.

Tim’s recent album, THE LITTLE IN-BETWEEN (March 2023), is an evocative evolution from his previous albums – and his most personal to date, written in three intense months during the winter of 2021-22. This album traces his travel between the hills of southern Indiana and the Oklahoma prairie – and his internal journey from a rich past to an unexpected future – using a first-person voice in every song to illuminate a deep inner territory that historically remained more submerged in his work. This fertile creative year also yielded forays into visual art, with Tim using pastels and charcoal to create striking folk-art style triptychs, pieces of which now form the visual art featured on the new album cover and booklet.

Tim’s second-newest album, GONE was the #1 album on folk radio for 2021, and its title song was released as a single in October of 2020 and ended up the #1 most played song on Folk radio for the year.

SERGIO WEBB is an in-demand session guitarist who performed with many of Nashville’s best, including David Olney, Gail Davies and Rod Picott. Tim Grimm and Sergio Webb perform together regularly and have developed a musical chemistry that works. He is one of the most expressive guitarists I have ever seen, despite his unassuming demeanor offstage.