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Tim Thurman is an American Country Recording Artist in Nashville, Tennessee.

He grew up in Northern California and served in the US Army.

Tim is also the grandson of a Buckaroo from the Buck Owens Band out of

Bakersfield, Ca. His grandfather is who encouraged him to make the move to Nashville in 2016 and is what inspired the song he wrote titled, “Nashville.” Which Tim calls, “a true song.”  Tim released his Self-Titled EP in October 2018 and "My Hometown" in November  following the Camp Fire in California.

Keep’r was released in June 2019  ​

and  Is Now Available for streaming, Download, and on Country Radio.

Meet The Band

Ricky

Rooker

Tony

Piontek

Melodie

Rooker

Tony

Massey

Danny Isgro

Melodie Rooker - Lead/Backing Vocals

Melodie’s love for music started very early in life, and she grew up singing in church and talent shows. In 2010, she joined her first band, and has since fronted 3 other acts. Growing up in a military family and living in 12 different states, her love for life on the road was ingrained, and she toured heavily from 2017-2018. Melodie picked up many vocal influences along the way, including Janis Joplin, Stevie Nicks, Steven Tyler, and Greg Allman, among others. Melodie loves to sing anything she feels in her soul, and her stage presence is high energy and fun!

Ricky Rooker - Lead Guitar 

Ricky was raised in Trumann, Arkansas, and comes from a long line of musicians. His grandmother showed him his first chords on a guitar when he was 10 years old, and he hasn’t put one down since. Ricky’s guitar style is deeply rooted in the south, mainly stemming from blues, southern rock, and classic country. He has spent the last 9 years playing lead guitar in various bands across the Midwest/South. He moved to Nashville, TN in 2016, and is now based in Murfreesboro with his family. 

Tony Piontek - Second Lead & Rhythm Guitar

Voted Milwaukee’s “2018 Best Guitarist”, Tony left Wisconsin on a high note. Credentials include multiple performances at Summerfest, CMA Fest, plus sharing the stage with Phil Vassar and Jon Pardi! You’ll see him in Nashville during the day as a tour guide so keep your eyes peeled. Always giving it his all on the stage he unwinds by going hunting and shooting the back 9 on occasion. Known to rock the green and gold on a Sunday and party right with Tim Thurman Band. 

 

Danny Isgro - Bass Guitar / Backing Vocals / Rhythm Guitar 

Growing up in an Air Force family and serving in the Navy himself, bassist Danny Isgro (aka Izzy) has spent time all over the United States.  From the beach, to the mountains and Midwest cornfields, he has experienced the lifestyle of many pop cultures.  Danny’s musical style offers the same level of diversity including roots in country, rock, reggae, punk, jazz, hip-hop, and electronica.  Stage experience includes venues such as the famous Whisky A Go-Go and Troubadour in Los Angeles as well as countless clubs across America.  Currently based out of Murfreesboro Tennessee, Danny is a crucial part of the heart pounding rhythm section of the Tim Thurman Band.  His 1973 Fender P-bass was apparently run over by a Pontiac Trans-Am (Gold with T-tops) at one point, but still keeps in tune today!  Don’t be afraid to offer him a cold beer or bourbon, he’ll most likely accept.  Cheers!     

 

Tony Massey – Percussion

Tony was born and raised in southern Maine, and from the age of 3 to 10 he was cutting his teeth out in the local scene playing Bars and Clubs at the age of 15 around New England and Recording 2 Albums. At the age of 18 he was playing full time in various bands and cover bands playing wherever possible pushing his passion and career forward. Not soon after he started Touring full time with a National Rock Band and Supporting other National Artists for the next 5 years, Recording 2 full Albums with Nationally acclaimed and accredited Grammy Winning producer Johnny K. He made the move to Nashville in 2017 and jumped on with an Artist for a 6-week tour which lead him to

Tim Thurman who he is currently supporting.