Timothy Reed
Timothy Reed
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New Age - Progressive | Bloomington, Indiana, United States
Total Song Plays: 1,261   
Member Since: 2010
   Last Login: 3/20/2015

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Timothy Reed is a composer, pianist, singer, actor, writer, and piano and voice teacher. In October, 2010, he released a CD entitled "Euphoric Owls", which alternates between solo piano and piano with what he calls "ethereal voices". Imagine George Winston and Phillip Glass meet Schubert and Chopin, often with epic soaring vocals, with Tim and the amazing Brown Sisters: Lauren, Lilly, and Jenna, ages 22, 19, and 16. You can enjoy Tim's beautiful music and help people in need, He's donating $1 for each "Euphoric Owls" CD sold, and 10 cents for each download, to The Monroe/Owen County Chapter of The American Red Cross, in Indiana, USA.

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We recently completed a redesign of my website at www.carrymemusic.com. Also, my record, Euphoric Owls, is now available at Haffa's record store in Athens, OH.


Christian S Andersson posted over 30 days ago to Timothy Reed

Hello Timothy!

Congrats to your latest film placement for "Various Cinematic Instrumentals"!
I had a track under consideration as well for that opportunity, and I'm happy that, at least, someone from the Broadjam community got it! :-)

Best Regards & Good Luck with future opportunities!

Timothy Reed posted over 30 days ago

Thanks so much, Christian! This is the first time my music has been selected, and I've been on Broadjam for nearly 2 years. I can't wait to hear officially from the people doing the film! So keep trying. I'll check out your music soon:)

Christian S Andersson posted over 30 days ago

Hehe... I guess it must be really exciting, so enjoy the ride! I have had some pickups from libraries and cable tv channels here, but nevery any "cash deal" like this. Still looking forward to that. But at another site, I've had two TV placements within the last month - very lucky, I guess. Those placements got me some sync fees, although much smaller than this one (both

Christian S Andersson posted over 30 days ago

Both less then $100, but they will hopefully give me some royalty payouts. Here on Broadjam it's really hard to land the deals since the competition is so hard (but the reward is often higher). So many great music writers here. All right, time to get back to work.
Take care & Keep up the good work!

Timothy Reed posted over 30 days ago

Hi Christian, listened to 3 of your tracks. I like all of them, but I think Abandoned Place of Melancholia is my favorite! It is disturbing and haunting and lush in a good way! Nice textures! I noticed you are from Lund, Sweden. I have been there! I played "Woof" in a European tour of the musical "Hair" awhile back. I loved Sweden! That's great that you have landed some things already with your music. Thanks for sharing your experiences with it. It helps to know what other talented composers are going through. Thanks so much for your interest and support. Cheers, Tim

Christian S Andersson posted over 30 days ago

Ah, so you've been to Lund! Wow, it's a small world! :-) ... I've been to the States a couple of times as well - fantastic country, wonderful people.

Mark R. Harris posted over 30 days ago to Timothy Reed

Timothy , I just wanted to thank-you for the review you gave on my tune "Music in the Wind". You are so right... i'm going to be re-recording the tune with a real orchestra very soon. yes the oboe is indeed "cheezy"...Just want to thank you for a real straight-ahead review. btw...i have an old friend teaching trumpet at IU...you wouldn't happen to know Mark Buselli by any chance? i met him on the cruise ships in the 90's....just thought i'd ask. anyway thanks and cheers!

Osea Codega posted over 30 days ago to Timothy Reed

thanks for the review of my song Feel feelings. Yes, you cannot understand my words because my voice style is like it. Also, I'm not a native speaker, I'm just evaluating if in the fucture I can continue to sing in english or I have to sing in italian, my native language. thanks... the review was helpful

Timothy Reed posted over 30 days ago

Prego, the best of luck to you, Osea!


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