TIM EASTON ‘You Don’t Really Know Me’


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You Don’t Really Know Me,” the 10th release for roots singer-songwriter Tim Easton, marks a rebirth of sorts. Easton had seen several things take a collective toll, but now divorced and sober, he describes the album as personal and peaceful.

For over twenty years, Tim Easton has been successfully combining elements of indie rock, folk and a little bit a blues to create his own genre that also consistently adds excellent songwriting and tons of heart to round out his musical ingredients.

“Real Revolution” spells out the album’s themes of redemption and personal rediscovery as Easton sings, “Real revolution does not have to be the violent kind, real revolution takes place in your heart and in your mind.” The tune “Speed Limit” has the requisite giddy-up with “Peace of Mind” its antidote. “Voice On the Radio” is not only a tribute to the late John Prine, but in some of the early lines Easton even sounds like the icon. “River Where Time Was Born,” one of the standout tracks, nods to the late Justin Townes Earle. Dylan-esque harmonica marks “Running Down Your Soul.”  He’s not exactly a ‘house-hold name’ but we highly recommend you check out this artist!