Timothy B Schmit Tickets
Ever since Glenn Frey’s passing, the remaining members of the Eagles have maintained a low profile. However, 2017 has not only seen the return of an all-new Eagles’ reunion, but also the launch of its members’ solo tours as well. Timothy B. Schmit, the former latest member of the band, is no exception. Having completed his solo record in 2017, Schmit has followed it with a tour, which he has just expanded into the late-fall of this year. Schmit balances these shows with the Eagles’ tour as well, and has performed successful nights in Seattle, Denver, New Orleans and other locations as well. However, Timothy B. Schmit tickets are still available for a number of his upcoming shows.
The Solo Trek
Timothy B. Schmit has been writing his own music throughout his runs with Poco and the Eagles. However, he has never really worked on his own music until after the Eagles’ break up, following Frey’s death. Schmit has now released an album based on this music, and is constantly focusing on his songwriting skills. He shows great promise in songs such as “I can’t tell why” and “Something Sad”. He has released a set of dates for live shows during 2017, alongside the Eagles’ reunion shows. Timothy B. Schmit tickets for these shows are on sale now.
Leap of Faith
Timothy B. Schmit has been working on his own music since the early 2000’s but because of his affiliation with Poco and then the Eagles; he never really got around to spending too much time on it. However, since Frey’s death Schmit has had considerable time and room for contemplation as well. The result of this downtime has been a home-studio produced album, ‘Leap of Faith’. The album features eleven songs, all of which have been written by Schmit. He has had time to tweak them for over a year, and has finally released it in the summer of 2017.
‘Leap of Faith’ is described as an Americana album, which means that it states and expounds upon American values, aspirations and ideas. Schmit is the veteran statesman on this album, having lived through a variety of trying experiences, both personal and professional. The music on this album is truly American as well, with blue grass, country and folk influence detectable within its songs.
Schmit says that there is a certain degree of soul-searching involved in these songs. At sixty nine years of age, the singer-songwriter mentions that “it’s just a natural course of things as you get older”. He says that he has begun asking every existentialist question one would ask in their tweens and this wonderment is translated onto tracks such as “What Should I Do” and “Pearl on the String”.
Expando was Schmit’s second studio album, and first full-length album. It is a deeply personal album, as the title is taken from the type of a trailer house which Schmit lived in for a while as a child. The record contains songs such as “White Boy from Sacramento” which pokes fun at his own upbringing and the lack of interaction he has had with diverse races as a child. He says the album pokes fun at his own life and is an honest autobiographical account.
About Timothy B. Schmit
Schmit came on the radar of the music scene during 1968, when he first became a member of Poco. Despite possessing admirable vocal capabilities and a knack for songwriting, however, Schmit worked solely as the bass guitarist until Poco’s founder Randy Meisner called it quits. It was then that Schmit stepped up to vocals as well and the Billboard top 50 hit, “Keep on Tryin’”.
In 1977, Schmit joined the Eagles as a bassist again. At this point, the Eagles were big as they had just completed their Hotel California tour. Once again, Schmit was a replacement for Randy Meisner as he quit the Eagles as well. Schmit lent his vocals and songwriting abilities to the song “I can’t tell you why” on the 1979 album ‘The Long Run’. The band broke up in the 1980’s and then Schmit spent his time as a freelancing musician. He played bass guitars for hire and this was the point where he began dabbling in the possibility of a solo career.
Even after the Eagles got back in the late 1990’s, Schmit kept working on his solo projects as well. The singer has been awarded an honorary degree in music by the Berklee School of Music and also a Kennedy Center Honors Award.
Timothy B Schmit Tickets Prices
The average price for Timothy B Schmit Tickets start from $92. The minimum get in price is $43 for Timothy B Schmit Tickets at the Granada Theater - Dallas, Dallas. For a detailed look at ticket prices and amazing discounts, visit our website.
|Name||City||Date||Average Ticket Price||Get In Price
|Timothy B. Schmit||Dallas||12-Dec-17||$92||$43|
|Timothy B. Schmit||Phoenix||16-Dec-17||$266||$266|
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