An Old Tune Is Reborn as the Latest Song of the Week from Timmy Sean

As Timmy Sean mentions in his notes for this week’s entry in his ongoing Songs of the Week project, his first offering after “a month of Beatles covers, a live track, and an acoustic version of a Sir Video [song]” is “a brand new original…well, brand new for anyone outside of the members of my … Read moreAn Old Tune Is Reborn as the Latest Song of the Week from Timmy Sean

Sir Video’s Debut: Just Around the Corner, as this Week’s Timmy Sean Song of the Week Proves

If you’ve been following along with us this year and digging Timmy Sean’s Songs of the Week project, you’re well aware of Sir Video, the artist’s side band that’s about to make a big splash in the pop waters. This week’s Song of the Week is a solo, acoustic version of a number that appeared … Read moreSir Video’s Debut: Just Around the Corner, as this Week’s Timmy Sean Song of the Week Proves

Timmy Sean Goes “Live” for the Latest Songs of the Week Entry

Timmy Sean’s Songs of the Week project rolls into week 36 with a pounding live take of a song from his 2013 East Coast Girls EP. “You’re Still on My Mind,” recorded at the Fire in Philadelphia last October 10th, is a shining example of how the excitement of a live performance elevates the emotions … Read moreTimmy Sean Goes “Live” for the Latest Songs of the Week Entry

Beatles Month Hits the Finish Line with Timmy Sean’s Epic Take on Abbey Road’s Triumphant Medley

Timmy Sean has pulled out all of the stops for the final entry in the Beatles Month portion of his ongoing, yearlong Songs of the Week project. For his fourth take on a standout track from the richest catalog in modern music history, Timmy, playing all the instruments and singing all the vocals, has put … Read moreBeatles Month Hits the Finish Line with Timmy Sean’s Epic Take on Abbey Road’s Triumphant Medley

Beatles Month Continues for Timmy Sean as “Julia” Becomes the Latest Song of the Week

Timmy Sean rolls on with this month’s special selection of Beatles covers with his version of John Lennon’s “Julia,” originally released on The Beatles, more commonly known as the White Album. The song gets somewhat turned on its head in Timmy’s reimagining of the song, now presented with a beat and vocals alternating between immediate and … Read moreBeatles Month Continues for Timmy Sean as “Julia” Becomes the Latest Song of the Week

Creamy Kitten Sounds the Beatle Bell for Timmy Sean’s Latest Song of the Week

A heavy dose of Cream in Timmy Sean’s coffee propels the latest Song of the Week into high gear as Timmy tackles Little Willie John’s “Leave My Kitten Alone.” The Beatles famously recorded “Leave My Kitten Alone” in 1964, but it sat on a shelf until finally showing up on the first Beatles Anthology release in … Read moreCreamy Kitten Sounds the Beatle Bell for Timmy Sean’s Latest Song of the Week

Timmy Sean Kicks Off a Month of Beatles Covers and the Results are Fab!

Timmy Sean’s Songs of the Week, at least for this month, has become theTip-of-the-Hat-to-Beatles-Songs of the Week project. Any way you slice it, it’s pretty darn Fab. The first of four Beatles covers appearing this month finds Timmy paying homage to the Beatles Help! album, released 50 years ago yesterday in the United Kingdom (a week … Read moreTimmy Sean Kicks Off a Month of Beatles Covers and the Results are Fab!

Timmy Sean Serves Up “This Magic” and “April” in July. The Songs of the Week Project Rolls On!

The latest two songs served up in pop and roll style as part of Timmy Sean’s continually vibrant, all-year-round burst of creativity take a decidedly catchy stance, with one taking the slightly softer road and the other taking a louder, more in-your-face route. Named after the video rental store situated across the street from where … Read moreTimmy Sean Serves Up “This Magic” and “April” in July. The Songs of the Week Project Rolls On!

First “Seventeen” and Now “Eighteen.” Can “Nineteen” Be Far Behind In Timmy Sean’s Songs of the Week?

Week 28’s entry in Timmy Sean’s Songs of the Week project was entitled “Seventeen.” Timmy has followed up that Ben Folds-ian track with the logically-named successor “Eighteen,” a transcendent number that shows off the artist’s acoustic guitar dexterity and his love and mastery of melody. “Eighteen” previously existed as a vehicle for Timmy’s band Luzer, … Read moreFirst “Seventeen” and Now “Eighteen.” Can “Nineteen” Be Far Behind In Timmy Sean’s Songs of the Week?