TIM DE GRAAW - LYTH ARTS CENTRE 21st October 2016
1st October 2016
South African born singer songwriter Tim De Graaw began his career as a blues guitarist while harbouring a passion for songwriting. After leaving high school in England, he was accepted into the world renowned Berklee College of Music in Boston and after graduating, he seized an opportunity to move to Los Angeles to work as a professional musician. Forever seeking his next muse, Tim left for Nashville TN, where he began performing and co-writing with many well-respected artists and writers such as Sarah Walk, Charlie Puth and Harrison Whitford.
Tim joins us for a performance at LAC to launch his new EP "Three Black Roses".
DATE: October 21, 2016
TIME: 8:00 pm
LENGTH: 2 Hours
AGE SUITABILITY: 14+
LOCATION: Lyth, Wick, Scotland, KW1 4UD
VENUE: Lyth Arts Centre
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