Timmy Whitehouse Music

Formed in 2009 Timmy Whitehouse is an English singer-songwriter with northern roots, he has often been likened to artists such as Bob Mould (Sugar), Neil Hannon (Divine Comedy) & Noel Gallagher.

Timmy spent most of his early music career as a lead guitarist in a number of bands, he has had some mild success in bands playing great venues such as Middlesbrough Empire and also making an appearance on Radio Cleveland (BBC Tees) show Pure hosted by David Macmillan.

Since 2009 Timmy began his solo career as a guitarist and singer which in his first 12 months seen him support both Chris Helme "The Seahorses" 16/10/09 and Mark Morriss "The Bluetones" 27/3/10 Live @ The Civic Hall.

Timmy's primary influences include: The Doors, Dodgy, The Levellers, John Denver and Oasis

In 2011 himself and a few friends produced a demo of original songs Which included; "One Chance", "Rain" and also "Day I Lose My Pride".
Day I Lose My Pride received the most plays In November 2013 taking it to the No.1 spot of the Alternative/Britpop charts thanks to the listeners.

In more recent times Timmy had played Dubbers In the dales Festival and Aycliffe Radio Festival to name but a few, where Timmy has played to a varied audience.

Timmy Whitehouse Music, Teesside

music type
Acoustic/Indie/Rock - Solo artist - Live original music
available for
Bar/Pub/Club, Events, Festival,
Teesside, County Durham, TS1 2QJ
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