Tim White  Singer/Songwriter

                             Upcoming shows:

Kalypso's Sports Bar- Friday 11/18/16   5:30 to 8:30

                1617 Washington Plaza, Reston, Va

                               With Jeff Smith !

Tim is currently playing "Woody" in the stage production of

                       

CONTACT Tim : Email- timwhitemusic@comcast.net

                            Phone- 571-340-0555

        Previous Shows -On Hiatus

                   Capital Fringe Festival

          Atlas Theater, 1333 H St. NW, DC


                Friday, July 8th, 9:45 PM

                Sunday, July 10th, 4:30 PM

                Saturday, July 16th, 5:10 PM

                Thursday, July 21st, 8:45 PM

                Saturday, July 23rd, 12:30 PM

   

    Trinidad Theater, Logan Fringe Arts Space

                      1358 Florida Ave NE


                Saturday, July 30th,  6:30 PM

                Sunday, July 31st, 12:30 PM    


                            Grist Mill Park  

47l0 Mt. Vernon Memorial Hwy, Alexandria, VA

                     Friday, August 12,  7:30

Listen to Tim's anti gun violence anthem  Newtown To My Town

Tim did an interview and performance on the Americana Jam and Radio Show at the O Street Museum on Sunday 9/11 to be aired during October.  Stay Tuned.

Americana, folk, rock, blues, classics and originals

An original work illuminating the human side of America's worst man-made ecological disaster (so far), the Dust Bowl. A large ensemble of Washington's top folk/Americana artists performs this vivid, historically based song cycle capturing the hope, hubris, denial and remorse of those who suffered through the Dirty Thirties on the high plains.

Western Pennsylvania-born singer/songwriter Tim White has been playing and writing music from an early age.   He has performed at venues and events throughout the D.C. area as well as in New York and Pennsylvania. A  multi-instrumentalist, Tim performs solo, and also shares the stage with some of the most talented musicians in the Washington D.C. area.  He performs original songs and covers artists such as  Springsteen, Croce, Neil Young, Jackson Browne, and many more. Always thought provoking, often humorous, Tim is an astute observer of the human condition. His influences include Kris Kristofferson, Steve Earle, John Hiatt, John Prine, Bob Dylan and Lightin' Hopkins.  His poignant lyrics, bluesy tunes and clear, textured voice has won acclaim from audiences and musicians alike.