TIM COLLINS is a captivating singer-songwriter who blends passionate lyrics with contemporary acoustic guitar playing. He is constantly writing music, and reading about songwriting.
Tim has had success studying voice with coaches Orville Heyn and Micah Barnes, and guitar with Ted Quinlan, Dan Goldman, Joey Goldstein, Tony Zorzi, and Emile D’Eon.
Tim began playing guitar and singing at age 13. He learned his first song, “City of New Orleans”, within 24 hours of picking up the instrument for the first time. In high school he played trumpet in his ska band Fresh Produce. Three members of the band have since gone on to form the acclaimed punk group Pup.
Tim spent four years studying jazz and contemporary music on guitar and voice in Toronto’s Humber College BMus program. During this time he toured the Caribbean and Pacific Oceans on cruise ships as a solo performer. He completed five contracts, amassing over 700 hours on stage. Upon completion of his fourth year of the BMus program, he spent an additional two semesters studying Music Business at Humber, and interning at Warner Music Canada. He graduated in December 2017.