Tim Wilson with TBA
Tim Wilson's ONLY appearance in 2008!

Tim Wilson "Capitol Records Recording Artist" featuring TBA
Wilson has quite a background. Born in Georgia, he emceed a talent show while in his teens, took up the guitar and decided to pursue a career in music. While in college, Tim reviewed local concerts. At an Atlanta Rhythm Section date, Wilson gave his demo tape to the group's drummer, who agreed to produce a session at his Georgia studio. Nothing happened so Tim decided to give comedy a try and soon won a Cinemax stand-up competition. The prize was a spot performing at "Catch a Rising Star" in New York.

Next, he won the Johnnie Walker Red Comedy Competition which resulted in an appearance on "The Tonight Show" with Jay Leno. Later, He collaborated with the duo of Pinkard & Bowden to write the song "Arab, Alabama," which helped him decide incorporate music into his comedy.

He recorded several LPs on the Southern Tracks label and scored a hit single with his "Garth Brooks Ruined My Life." Wilson also co-wrote Jeff Foxworthy's "The Redneck Twelve Days of Christmas." Joining Capitol Records, his major label debut, "Sorry World" was released in 1999 & his most recent release is the DVD "Tim Wilson: LIVE in Atlanta".