TH and Margot Merah ~ Paradiso, 8.2.17. Amsterdam. (photo by Anneke ter Schure)
~ The Continuing Rambles ~
~ Three with Casey Neill ~
2/8 ~ Langley, WA. Ott & Murphy.
2/9 ~ Discovery Bay, WA. Disco Bay Detour.
2/10 ~ Port Townsend, WA. North Wind Arts Center.
4/20 ~ Seattle, WA. The Couth Buzzard. Jim Page and TH.
4/30 ~ Portland, OR. The Edgefield. With Margot Merah and friends.
5/17 ~ Amsterdam, NL. Mulligans. Margot Merah and TH.
5/18 ~ Haarlem, NL. The Wolfhound, Margot Merah and TH.
More shows pending. All details to come….
~ The Great Migration Autumn 2017 ~
9/30 ~ The Beery House, Seattle. With Jim Page.
10/26 ~ Pension Homeland, Amsterdam. With Margot Merah.
11/2 ~ Mulligans, Amsterdam. With Margot Merah.
11/7 ~ Tolsessies, Amsterdam.
11/8 ~ Pacific Parc, Amsterdam. With Margot Merah and Alan McLachlan.
11/24 ~ Ott and Murphy, Langley, Washington. With Jim Page.
11/25 ~ Blue Heron Bakery, Olympia, Washington. With Danny Kelly and Karen Hancock ~ The Hinges.
Timothy Hull’s Garden ~ By Rose Woods.
Listening to Timothy Hull perform is akin to weeding in the garden. There is something transcendent and deeply satisfying in clearing room for things to grow in the dirt. When Timothy is singing he clears the air around him with a seemingly effortless musical dexterity and a purity of voice that lifts the listeners to another place. He is at turns intimate, vulnerable, hilarious, whispering, howling, glorious. An audience follows along, musical dirt under the nails, and it is impossible to leave his performance unchanged in some elemental way. Timothy performed February 12 at the Whidbey Children’s Theatre. He arrived sick, snorffly and with his quiet sense of humor. While he was clearly not feeling well, there was no need for concern in terms of the performance. He carved his musical sculpture into the space with his usual story-telling anecdotes and lyrics and simply played into that moment, within that immediacy. It was a quiet, dreamy and evocative night of songs with touches of something wild that cut through the air. The audience was delighted to be included in his journey.