This is the website for Tim Cheesebrow’s music. If you’re unfamiliar with his tunes you can expect folky, memorable melodies, interesting guitar work, thoughtful lyrics and a down-to-earth sound that couldn’t have come from anywhere but the heartland of the midwest.
Join Mike Haldorson and I at the Loft @ Studio J for a concert with wine, appetizers, old friends and new ones.
As one of the statesmen of the Twin Cities music scene, Haldy has lent his smooth guitar riffs to several area bands. This is his first venture as a solo performer, but he’s quickly establishing himself as an artist worthy of attention. His music connects with listeners from a variety of genres. You can expect to hear sounds of your favorite artists ranging from Ray Wylie Hubbard to Ray LaMontange to Mike Doughty.
With a voice that lilts with boozy, gravely huskiness, and guitar riffs worthy of your favorite blues album, the end result is a sound that will have you swaying, drink in hand, saying, “I dig that.”
It’s going to be a great night and I hope you’re able to join us for a night out!
Tickets are $15 for food and a show. Cash bar will be available. Perfect excuse for a date.
Join us for a concert and party at Polar Lakes Park in White Bear Township on
Sunday, Sept. 15th
Katy Vernon will open
the WBL Lions will be selling burgers and brats
and here’s a photo of the amphitheater:
Now, if there happens to be rain that day, DON’T PANIC! grab a towel, stick out your thumb, and get yourself over to Manitou Station, where the party will be on in full force. Both locations are family friendly so bring your whole clan, family, friends, coworkers, whoever. It will be good to see you there.
So, after 9 months of hard work I got to swaddle my baby in a sleeve made of lined notebook paper and walked out of those glass doors to take this little bundle of joy home. Since then I’ve been spinning it around, playing with it, and just enjoying the simple experience of listening to the little noises it makes. It’s been such a huge part of my life preparing for its arrival I find myself not knowing what to do with it now that it’s here.
I’m speaking, of course, about my new album ‘Home in the Heartland.’
Enjoy, my friends. It’s the work of many talented individuals and many generous supporters.