Tim Garmon

Tim Garmon 

“Chicago Country Girl”
 






 
 
 
 
 
Tim learned how to play the guitar at the early age of 4 years old. Taught by his brother, Mark, who later died at the age of 22 with cancer. Tim was 8 years old at the time. By the age of 10, Tim had written his first song and in the early 1970′s performed on the local Jerry Lewis telethon on cable TV. In 1984 Tim joined a band called Steel Water Bridge as their lead guitarist, and got to perform before Gene Watson at The Catalina Club in Pampa, Texas. Later in life after being married twice and divorced twice, Tim picked up that guitar one more time! In 2006, his mom died of cancer and she told him that he would someday do something great with his music. After that, Tim began to write and to this day has written over 250 songs. Tim has written songs with great writers and artists like: Ruthie Barnes Steele, Heather Leigh and Tim Archer. Tim was inspired to write a song called: “Chicago Country Girl” that states that country music is everywhere and not limited to just the south.