American songwriter Tim Easton grew up in Ohio. He spent seven years as a bona fide troubadour on the the streets of Europe, living in Paris, London, Prague, and Dublin, before returning to the States to record five acclaimed albums for New West Records – the first one, The Truth About Us, having three fourths of Wilco as his backing band. His songs tell the stories of his life and traveling, and the stories of those he has met along the way. They have also earned him support slots with Lucinda Williams (who also sings on one of his albums), John Hiatt, Steve Earle, and others. He recently reached the 100 Published Songs milestone and celebrated that by posting 100 performance videos on 100 consecutive days. Rolling Stone Magazine praised him as “having a novelist’s sense of humanity.” He now lives in Nashville, Tennessee and this is his first time to Australia.