There were probably a couple of times where I had to say, “Smokey, that sounds flat.” And I had to catch myself like, “Did I just tell Smokey he was flat? And as of right now, everything for the album as well, but I’m sure there will be collaborations, like with Timbaland. We would do a song called ‘Dirty Water’ or something like that.
To provide access without cookies would require the site to create a new session for every page you visit, which slows the system down to an unacceptable level.In addition to educating and mobilizing students, the tour includes many greening elements and is run to have a minimal environmental footprint.Sponsored by: TUCP Concerts Committee Admission: Admission is charged Open to: Alumni, Faculty, Graduate students, Parents, Prospective undergrads, Staff, Undergraduates, Visitors Tickets: Required Ticket Information: Ticket will be on sale in the LBC 1st floor hallway 10-4 Monday through Friday.Charming as this combination may be, Bloom manages to remain humble. C., his musical style is influenced by the gospel music he was immersed in as a child, and rock’s secular greats — including Bob Dylan, Marvin Gaye and Jimi Hendrix — whom he discovered during a period of adolescent rebellion. When I was a little kid, we couldn’t listen to secular music. My mom and my dad are from Mississippi, so we listened to a lot of country gospel. ” And my mom, she loves it, like, “Wow, that’s my son,” and they’ve both become very supportive of my career. And I just picked up my guitar and there was a song, and days later I caught her and said, “I think we should shoot a video and we should be in the nude.” And she says “OK! We weren’t nude the whole time, we had little pasties on. Watch Timothy Bloom’s Video for ‘Til the End of Time’ feat. Bozeman Did you do anything to get psyched up for the shoot? The result of this amalgamation of influences is a sound that you’d be hard-pressed to define with traditional genre labels. A seasoned vet, it’s now Bloom’s solo career that deserves the limelight. Then later on, my first secular album ever was Bob Dylan. I listened to a lot of Marvin Gaye, Donny Hathaway. I used to steal their keys and run away to the car and turn on the radio and scan through the stations. Since the age of 14, he has been in a love affair with instrumentation, playing drums, piano, guitar, and…Timothy Bloom is as talented as he is good looking — and that’s saying something. I started playing the drums and piano at church, and guitar at a very young age. My dad, seeing that video [‘Til the End of Time’], I can’t say it on film, but his first reaction was, “Oh, that’s a lot of ass! Bozeman, who was in the right place at the right time. And you know, looking into her beautiful eyes, it’s hard to look away. He explained: 'It is a deep dark play I wanted to do away from the colourful Star Wars stuff.'Growing up I loved going to the theatre but The Old Vic was somewhere I never related to. Does spirituality still play a big role in your life? It will break you if you’re not prepared spiritually. I went to Germany for a little bit and toured around there. You have to be spiritually fulfilled in order to maintain a level of sanity in this business, because it will definitely ruin you. Everything that projects out of that man’s soul is just like, wow!