Posted: February 20, 2013 in IndieCast Spotlight

Tim Allen’s Bluestime is a 5 piece band currently based out of Loris, SC. Although billed as a blues band, in reality, they draw from  influences from all over the musical map. Tim has shared the stage with some of the biggest names in Texas music including a regular stint for 2 years with the nationally acclaimed Rusty Weir and Texas legend Bill Neeley. Other folks include Larry Joe Taylor, Billy Joe Shaver, Bobby Keys (sax man for the Rolling Stones) Jesse Taylor, Papa Mali, Stanton Hoffman, Augie Meyers ( Sir Douglas Quintet ) and many others.

The new album ” Texas In Me” breaks new ground for the band and is being partially mixed and produced by Mark Tester from the legendary Lone Star Sudios in Austin Texas and features guest appearances by Larry Bullock on percussion ( Wahoo Creek Band) John DePace ( organ and piano ) and Jonathon Bullock ( percussion).

Tim Allen’s Bluestime has been featured on many shows such as San Antonio’s KSYM Blues Avenue show, WAVE 104 Blues Hangover show, the theme song to the BBQ Superstars Show (both internet radio and terrestrial radio), daily plays on Backstage with A J Blues out of Columbia SC as well as a regular for the Blues-A-Polooza concert series at the House of Blues.

Listen to the band’s singles “Set Me Free” “Whiskey Man” “Long Since Gone” and “Texas in Me” now on IndieCast Radio.

Find out more about Tim Allen’s Bluestime at www.reverbnation.com/

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  1. LISA GRAHAM says:

    GREAT BAND THEY DO A REAL GOOD LIVE SHOW

  2. […] We want to thank Inde Cast Radio for your dedicated support playing our music on your radio station and featuring us on your blog! https://indiecastradio.wordpress.com/2013/02/20/230/ […]

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