Tim Hicks

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Tim Hicks
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Background information
Born (1979-08-22) August 22, 1979 (age 44)
Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada
Origin St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada
Genres Country
Occupation(s)Singer-songwriter
Years active2012–present
Labels
Website timhicksmusic.com

Tim Hicks (born August 22, 1979) is a Canadian country music singer-songwriter from St. Catharines, Ontario. [1] Since releasing his debut single "Get By" in 2012, he has had eighteen top ten hits on the Canada Country chart. His songs include: Throw Down, 5:01, Shake These Walls, and New Tattoo.

Contents

Hicks has earned four nominations for the JUNO Awards. [2] He has also won a CCMA Award, [3] earned two platinum selling singles, seven gold singles ("Loud" is one), one gold album, and two No. 1 chart topping singles including "What A Song Should Do", and "No Truck Song".

Personal life

At the age of six, Hicks started taking music lessons at the Ontario Conservatory of Music in Niagara Falls. [4] Tim is married to Amanda Hicks, and they have 2 children. Tim Hicks currently splits his time between Nashville and his hometown in Ontario.

In 2002, Hicks graduated from the University of Waterloo with a bachelor's in Psychology. [5] During his time at the University of Waterloo, Hicks spent his spare time playing at open mic nights across the Waterloo Region.

Career

Early career

Early in his career, Tim Hicks used his love for music and a desire to learn as a way to hone his talent. He built a loyal and dedicated fan base in his home town of Niagara Falls by frequently playing at the local pubs and wineries. This is what led to him being discovered by Open Road Recordings. [5]

Record Deal and Throw Down

In 2011, Hicks signed a deal with his record label Open Road Recordings. [5] Since then he has been consistently writing songs and releasing music.

After he signed with Open Road Recordings, Tim had the chance to open for Dallas Smith and Chad Brownlee on the “Boys Of Fall" tour in 2012. [6]

In 2013, Tim Hicks released his debut album Throw Down, which featured his debut single "Get By" that has since been certified Platinum. [7] “Get By” landed in the Top 10 at Country Radio in less than 8 weeks and became his first Gold single.

“Get By” performed well on the digital charts as the #1 selling Canadian Country single for more than 17 weeks. [8] An impressive milestone for a new Canadian country artist.

According to Mediabase, Hicks was the most played debut country artist in 2013 and was also the best selling digital Canadian country artist of the year. [9]

“Stronger Beer”

One of the tracks “Stronger Beer” from Hicks 'Throw Down album is a humorous take on the comparisons of Canadian and American cultures.  

Although the song was never released as a single, a lyric video was released March 8, 2013, and became a cultural hit. The song has gone on to become an ‘anthem’ of sorts with over 10 million streams and was certified Platinum in Canada in May 2017. [10]  

“Stronger Beer” remains his most popular song to be performed at his concerts, particularly on Canada Day.

5:01, 5:01+, and Tim Hicks

Tim Hicks' sophomore album 5:01 was released August 5, 2014. This album featured the Top 10 singles "Here Comes the Thunder", "She Don’t Drink Whiskey Anymore", and "So Do I".  

In 2014, it was announced that Hicks would join Dierks Bentley’s “Riser" tour as an opening act for its Canadian dates. [11]

An extended version of 5:01 called 5:01+ was released on July 10, 2015 with four new songs, including the Top 10 hit "Young, Alive and in Love". "Young, Alive and in Love" also reached Top 10 in Australia on the CMC Top 50 charts.  

Later in the Fall of 2015, Tim headlined his first Canadian national tour called the “Get A Little Crazy Tour”, with openers Cold Creek County and Jason Benoit.

Tim Hicks, a combination of hits from Throw Down and 5:01+, was released in Australia and New Zealand on Jan 28, 2016 through ABC Music. This album reached #4 on the iTunes charts. [12]

Shake These Walls and “Shake These Walls” Tour

Tim’s next album Shake These Walls was released Sept 9, 2016. It was produced by CMA and Grammy nominee Corey Crowder. The album Featured the Top 10 singles “Stompin’ Ground”, “Slow Burn”, “Slide Over”, and “Forever Rebels”.  

In 2017 Tim Hicks headlined his second nationwide tour, called the “Shake These Walls Tour”. [13]  

CMT TV aired a special on the “Shake These Walls" tour titled “Tim Hicks Sudbury Sunday Night”. The special was nominated for a CCMA Award and Certified for two CIMA Road Gold Awards. [14]

New Tattoo and “Get Loud” Tour

In 2018, Hicks was presented with the first Nielsen Compass Award at the Country Music Association of Ontario Awards. [15] This award recognizes an artist for the most total content plays including streams, single and album sales as well as total social media following. He won the award again in 2019. [16]

In March 2018, Hicks joined Brantley Gilbert’s tour as an opening act throughout Western Canada.

In June 2018, Hicks released his fourth studio album New Tattoo and announced his “Get Loud” tour. His first single “LOUD” from this album was licensed by the NHL across North America. The song was used on Sportsnet and NBC Sports in various promotional segments. [17]

The “Get Loud” tour was his third headlining national tour in Canada and featured Tebey, Madeline Merlo, and Andrew Hyatt as opening acts. [18] For the tour he partnered with PLUS1 and donated $1 from every ticket sold to the Unison Fund.  

His next single from New Tattoo "What A Song Should Do" became his first number 1 song at Canadian country radio. [19] This song also reached number one on Australia’s CMC Chart.

By the end of 2018, it was announced that Hicks was the 7th most played Canadian country artist for that year.

Wreck This, Campfire Troubador, and Talk to Time

In early 2020, Hicks announced the “Wreck This Town World Tour” along with a digital release of Wreck a 3-song EP which included the single "No Truck Song". “No Truck Song” was produced by Jeff Coplan and co-written by Tim Hicks, Coplan, and Bruce Wallace. [20] "No Truck Song" became Hicks' second number one single at Canadian country radio. [21] Hicks expanded on his previous EP with a 6-track extended play Wreck This released on June 26, 2020. [22]

In 2021, he released the extended play Campfire Troubador, [23] which included a special edition of the single "The Good, the Bad and the Pretty". [24] He released a new single, "Whiskey Does", in February 2022. [25] On September 2, 2022, Hicks released his fifth studio album Talk to Time, which included the singles "The Good, the Bad and the Pretty", "Whiskey Does", "Dodge Out of Hell", and the title track. [26] [27]

Discography

Hicks performing live at CMT Hitlist 2013 tour in GM Centre, Oshawa, Ontario Tim Hicks performing live at CMT Hitlist 2013 tour in GM Centre, Oshawa ON.jpg
Hicks performing live at CMT Hitlist 2013 tour in GM Centre, Oshawa, Ontario

Studio albums

TitleDetailsPeak positions Certifications
CAN
[28]
Throw Down
  • Release date: August 27, 2013
  • Label: Open Road
16
5:01
  • Release date: August 5, 2014
  • Label: Open Road
7
Shake These Walls
  • Release date: September 9, 2016
  • Label: Open Road
15
New Tattoo
  • Release date: June 22, 2018
  • Label: Open Road
27
Talk to Time
  • Release date: September 2, 2022 [30]
  • Label: Open Road

Live albums

TitleDetails
Tim Hicks Live [31]
  • Release date: May 19, 2017
  • Label: Open Road

Extended plays

TitleDetailsPeak positions
AUS
[32]
Tim Hicks
  • Release date: March 5, 2013
  • Label: Open Road
94
Wreck This
  • Release date: June 26, 2020
  • Label: Open Road
Campfire Troubador
  • Release date: May 21, 2021
  • Label: Open Road

Singles

As lead artist

YearSinglePeak chart
positions
Certifications Album
CAN Country
[33]
CAN
[34]
2012"Get By"957Throw Down
2013"Hell Raisin' Good Time"859
"Buzz, Buzz, Buzzing"894
2014"Got a Feeling" (featuring Blackjack Billy)1462
"Here Comes the Thunder"10695:01
"She Don't Drink Whiskey Anymore"1091
2015"So Do I"887
"Young, Alive and In Love"115:01+
2016"Stompin' Ground"7Shake These Walls
"Slow Burn"8
2017"Slide Over"2
"Forever Rebels"10
2018"Loud"4New Tattoo
"The Worst Kind" (featuring Lindsay Ell)17
2019"What A Song Should Do"1
2020"No Truck Song"171Wreck This
"Wreck This Town"43
2021"The Good, the Bad and the Pretty"26Talk to Time
2022"Whiskey Does"10
"Dodge Out of Hell"10
2023"Talk to Time"7
"Yee to the Haw"30TBA
"—" denotes releases that did not chart
YearSinglePeak chart
positions
Album
CAN Country
[33]
2015"One Horse Town"
(with the Road Hammers)
41The Squeeze

Other songs

YearSingle Certifications Album
2013"Stronger Beer"Throw Down

Music videos

YearVideo[ citation needed ]Director
2013"Get By"Jason Lupish
"Hell Raisin' Good Time"Steven Goldmann
"Buzz, Buzz, Buzzing" Warren P. Sonoda
2014"Got a Feeling" (featuring Blackjack Billy)Adam Rothlein
"Here Comes the Thunder"
"She Don't Drink Whiskey Anymore"The Edde Brothers
2015"So Do I"Brent Bergerson
"Young, Alive and In Love"
"One Horse Town" (with The Road Hammers)
"I'll Be Home for Christmas but I'll Be Drunk"Joel Stewart
2016"Stompin' Ground"
"Slow Burn"Ross Kolton
2017"Slide Over"Gavin Michael Booth
2018"Loud" Peter Zavadil
"The Worst Kind"Ben Knechtel
2019"What A Song Should Do"Lee Levin / Adam Rothlein
2020"No Truck Song"Adam Rothlein
2021"Slow"
2022"Whiskey Does"Adam Rothlein
"High Rollers"
"Dodge Out of Hell"Adam Rothlein
2023"Talk to Time"Travis Didluck

Awards and nominations

YearAssociationCategoryResultRef
2013 Canadian Country Music Association Rising StarNominated [3]
2014 Juno Awards of 2014 Breakthrough Artist of the Year Nominated [2]
Country Album of the YearThrow DownNominated
Canadian Country Music Association Rising StarWon [44]
Album of the Year – Throw DownNominated
Songwriter of the Year – "Hell Raisin' Good Time"Nominated
CMT Video of the Year – "Got a Feeling"Nominated
Country Music Association of OntarioMale Artist of the YearWon [45]
Album of the Year – Throw DownNominated
Single of the Year – "Get By"Nominated
Songwriter of the Year – "Get By"Nominated
2015 Canadian Country Music Association Male Artist of the YearNominated [46]
Album of the Year – 5:01Nominated
Interactive Artist of the YearNominated
Country Music Association of OntarioSingle of the Year – "Here Comes The Thunder"Nominated [47]
Video of the Year – "She Don’t Drink Whiskey Anymore"Nominated
Songwriter of Year – "Here Comes The Thunder"Nominated
2016Canada Music Week's Live Music AwardsBreakthrough Touring Artist of the YearNominated [48]
Canadian Country Music Association Interactive Artist of the YearNominated [49]
Country Music Association of OntarioFans’ ChoiceNominated [50]
Male Artist of the YearNominated
Album of the Year – 5:01+Nominated
2017Male artist of the YearWon [51]
Album of the Year – Shake These WallsNominated
Songwriter of the Year – "Stompin’ Ground" (with Todd Clark, Gavin Slate and Travis Wood)Nominated
Fan's ChoiceNominated
Canadian Country Music Association Male Artist of the YearNominated [52]
Interactive Artist or Group of the YearNominated
2018Fan's Choice AwardNominated [53]
Juno Awards of 2018 Country Album of the Year – Shake These WallsNominated [54]
Country Music Association of OntarioFans’ Choice of the YearNominated [55]
Male Artist of the YearNominated
Single of the Year – "Slide Over"Nominated
Video of the Year – "Slide Over"Nominated
2019Canada Music Week's Live Music AwardsVideo of the Year – "The Worst Kind"Won [56]
Juno Awards of 2019 Country Album of the Year – New TattooNominated [57]
Canadian Country Music Association Entertainer of the YearNominated [58]
Album of the Year – New TattooNominated
Fans' Choice AwardNominated
Male Artist of the YearNominated
Country Music Association of OntarioMale Artist of the YearWon [59]
Fans’ Choice of the YearNominated
Single of the Year – "Loud"Nominated
Album of the Year – New TattooNominated
Video of the Year – "The Worst Kind"Nominated
Songwriter of the Year – "Loud"Nominated
2020 Canadian Country Music Association Songwriter(s) Of The Year – "No Truck Song" (shared with Jeff Coplan, Bruce Wallace)Nominated [60]
Video Of The Year – "No Truck Song"Nominated
2021Country Music Association of OntarioFans' ChoiceNominated [61]
Male Artist of the YearNominated
Music Video of the Year – "No Truck Song"Nominated
Single of the Year – "No Truck Song"Won
Songwriter(s) of the Year – "No Truck Song" (with Jeff Coplan, Bruce Wallace)Nominated
2021 Canadian Country Music Awards Single of the Year – "No Truck Song"Nominated [62]
2022 Juno Awards of 2022 Country Album of the Year – Campfire TroubadorNominated [63]
Country Music Association of OntarioAlbum of the Year – Campfire TroubadorNominated [64]
Fans' ChoiceWon [65]
Male Artist of the YearWon
Canadian Country Music Association Songwriter(s) of the Year – "Whiskey Does" (with Deric Ruttan, Monty Criswell)Nominated [66]
[67]
Video of the Year – "Whiskey Does"Nominated
2023Country Music Association of OntarioAlbum of the Year – Talk to TimeNominated [68]
[69]
Fans' ChoiceNominated
Male Artist of the YearWon
Songwriter(s) of the Year – "Whiskey Does" (with Deric Ruttan, Monty Criswell)Nominated
Canadian Country Music Association Album of the Year - Talk to TimeNominated [70]
Fans' ChoiceNominated

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