Upcoming Summer Performances

Performing at Salmon Creek Cafe (11620 Ambaum Blvd SW) Saturdays in June:
  • Saturday, June 2nd at 3 PM
  • Saturday, June 9th at 3 PM
  • Saturday, June 16th at 3 PM
  • Saturday, June 23rd at 3 PM
  • Saturday, June 30th at 3 PM
Performing a private party June 14th.
Performing with Geoduck for Seattle’s Special Needs Kids on two dates:
Additionally, Timothy will be returning to the Issaquah Farmers Market in August:

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Performances in June

Friday, June 2nd from 6:00 to 8:00 Saturday from 4:00 to 6:00
Saturday, June 3rd from 4:00 to 6:00
Open to the public, complimentary wine tastings
SSC North Parking Lot [MAP]
6000 16th Avenue SW, West Seattle

Issaquah Farmers Market
Saturday, June 3rd (from 12:30pm-2pm)
Solo performance

Pickering Barn (across from Costco) [MAP]
1730 10th Ave. N.W., Issaquah


Auburn Eagles Club
June 10 (time to follow)
Performance with the Fabulous Hubcaps (Classic R&R, Country)

About Timothy

Timothy Michaels is an accomplished musician and composer, proficient in guitar, pedal steel guitar, violin, bass guitar, flute, and drums. He has won awards for vocals and has been professionally writing and composing beautiful, melodic compositions for more than thirty years. His instrumental music embodies emotion and energy, integrating influences from jazz, folk, and rock. Audiences have delighted in his diverse performance style for more than twenty years and Timothy has provided music for the Fox radio network and has appeared on KONG TV. His latest release, Dancing Waters, is soon to be available on this site. Timothy is a seasoned, professional musician and is available for bookings and special engagements, as well as private music instruction.

The Composition of a Song: The Star Spangled Banner

A short time ago I was invited to perform for a race called “Swim Across America.” The song was to be The Star Spangled Banner and at first, I just played it on my pedal steel alone. I sent the orchestrator of the race a recorded mp3 copy and he urged me to “hop it up” as he implied that it was beautiful for a calm morning with the sun rising over Lake Washington, but as far as a race goes it was too laid back and mellow. When I play a song, it makes me happy to play it, but equally as happy to please the person listening to the song, so I added drums and bass to “hop it up.”

It turned out he was right. The swimmers at the race were extremely jazzed when I played it. They cheered like it was a big rock concert. After that, I went back to my studio and ran over the song again. I felt that even though I went to the point of adding a live recording of myself playing bass and drums for background tracks, I wanted the song to go even deeper. Continue reading