Tim Timleck

    06.10.2017

Biography

Tim Timleck is a Toronto-based drummer who is currently touring with multi-platinum, Juno-award winning rock icon Carole Pope of Rough Trade, Emm Gryner, as well as 80's inspired hard rockers Trapper (featuring Emm Gryner and Sean Kelly), with whom he recently completed a Canadian arena run in support of Def Leppard).

Tim came up as a drummer in the early 80's Queen Street scene in Toronto, cutting his teeth with a number of punk and rock n roll bands, and developing a sense of street style that permeates his playing to this day. This led to touring Canada's then burgeoning cover band bar circuit, playing 7 nights a week, and ultimately landed Tim the drum chair in Atlantic Records recording artists Michael White's world famous Led Zeppelin tribute band, The White. Tim then further diversified his playing with Virgin Records roots and country artist Lori Yates (alongside such venerable players as Blue Rodeo's Basil Donovan and guitar legend David Baxter).

His next big touring stint came with 90's recording act Universal Honey, a gig that had Tim playing festivals, clubs, theatres and arenas all over North America.

Other acts Tim has toured and/or recorded with include Tariq (EMI), Galore (Fading Ways), Crash Kelly(Century Media/EMI) and others, and continues to work as a first call freelance studio and live drummer in Toronto.

Tim is proud to play and endorse Sonor Drums.

Band(s)

Carole Pope, Trapper