Tim Sullivan

Tim Sullivan, singer/songwriter, has been a featured performer with Vince Gill, Willie Nelson, Alan Jackson, Tammy Wynette, and Glen Campbell.  He has entertained at venues across the country from "The Crazy Horse" in Los Angeles to "Town Hall" on Broadway in New York City.  Tim and his band have been featured at the Olympic Equestrian Center in Sydney, Australia and also at the World Equestrian Games in Lexington, Kentucky.  Tim and his family have performed in concert at "Carnegie Hall" four different times.  The last performance at Carnegie Hall was featured on NBC's "Today Show" and NBC's Nightly News.

Tim won Massachusetts Songwriter of the Year Award for his song "Dance in the Rain" and co-wrote the theme song for the 2003 Boston Red Sox "Cowboy Up".  Tim has co-written a one-man-musical called "Diary of a Songwriter" that he has performed across the country and off Broadway to rave reviews.

Oklahoma-born, Tim began performing gospel concerts with his seven talented brothers and sisters at the age of six.  As a teenager Tim formed his first band, which was named one of the ten best bands in America in a national "battle-of-the-bands" competition.  After graduating from Oklahoma University where he attended on a baseball scholarship, Tim moved to Los Angeles to pursue his music career.

Tim currently resides in Durango, Colorado.  Tim and his band, Narrow Gauge, are available for parties, events and festivals.