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Tim Hart ‘A Number Of Us’

I’ve been a fan of Tim Hart’s solo music since I saw him open for Sufjan Stevens last year. It was a surprise choice for an opening act, given that most people only knew Tim Hart as the drummer of Boy And Bear. However he played a great little set full of charming and intimate folk music as well as lots of entertaining, gracious banter.

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Tim Hart ‘Stride By Stride’

Earlier this year I was very surprised to see Boy And Bear’s drummer, Tim Hart, listed as the support act for Sufjan Stevens’ show in Melbourne. Sure, he had taken on more vocal duties for the band lately, but I still had no idea at all that he had a solo career. His opening set was simply fantastic though: gorgeous, pure, straight-up acoustic music that exhibited a true song-writing talent as well as a great voice and a charming stage presence. While it’s hard to see Tim devoting much more time to his solo music given how massive Boy And Bear have become, that’s no reason why we can’t enjoy the solo tracks that he has recorded so far

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