Pure Pop Radio: In Conversation, Spring 2021, Episode Two: Timmy Sean Tells a Tale from the Other Side

alan headshot from schoolBy Alan Haber – Pure Pop Radio

Despite the restrictions imposed on us all during this ongoing pandemic year, it’s been a productive time for Pure Pop Radio favorite Timmy Sean. His online presence increased exponentially after he produced (overnight!) a rocking version of “Agatha After All,” the pivotal song from Disney Plus’s now-iconic television show, WandaVision (Timmy and I talked about the song previously on Pure Pop Radio: In Conversation).

If that weren’t enough, Timmy also wrote and produced a 20-track pop-rock opera–A Tale from the Other Side–writing, arranging, performing, engineering, producing and mixing it all on his own from the confines of his home studio (whew!). Longtime Pure Pop Radio observers will remember our yearlong coverage of Timmy’s 2015 Songs of the Week project; it’s fairly obvious that we like pretty much whatever this dude comes up with.

And so Timmy’s winning streak continues with this wonderful musical triumph. Timmy and I talked about it for this new edition of Pure Pop Radio: In Conversation. Recorded in See! Hear! Pop!, our finely-tuned, video-riffic sight and sound format, our lively and informative conversation is now yours to savor.

Also yours to savor are a few examples of Timmy Sean’s art, appearing below. Listen and head on over to Timmy’s Bandcamp page to add A Tale from the Other Side to your music collection (link below).


Where to Get It: A Tale from the Other Side
More Timmy Sean: Bandcamp

Pure Pop Radio: In Conversation, hosted by Alan Haber, is the internet’s premier talk show presenting melodic pop music artists talking about their work. New episodes appear here exclusively on the Pure Pop Radio website. Podcast versions of previously-aired episodes are archived here.

Alan Haber’s Pure Pop Radio is the premier website covering the melodic pop scene with in-depth reviews of new and reissued recordings, and a wide variety of features.

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