Tim Timmons (musician)

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Tim Timmons in 2014
Background information
Birth nameTimothy Howard Timmons [1] [2]
Born (1976-02-09) February 9, 1976 (age 45) [2] [3]
Irvine, California
Genres Worship, [4] [5] contemporary Christian music [6]
Years active2003–present [4]
Labels Reunion, [4] Integrity
Website timmonsmusic.com

Timothy "Tim" Howard Timmons [1] (born February 9, 1976) is an American musician, who sings contemporary worship and contemporary Christian music, and is currently signed to Reunion Records. His debut studio album Cast My Cares was released on June 4, 2013, and Paul Mabury produced the album. The lead single from that album released on March 22, 2013, and it has reached No. 21 on the Christian Songs chart. [6] [7]



Timmons was born on February 9, 1976. Timmons is married to Hilary Beth Timmons, whose birth name is Hilary Beth Larson, and they have four children together, who are Malia, Noah, and twins Aaron and Anna. [8] [9] Timmons home church is The Following Church in Laguna Hills, California. [9] Doctors told him he had five years left to live after a cancer diagnosis was made in June 2001. [8] [10]


Timmons was signed to Reunion Records in 2013. [10] His first studio album was produced by Paul Mabury, and is entitled Cast My Cares , which was released on June 4, 2013. [6]


Studio albums

YearAlbum detailsPeak chart positions


2013 Cast My Cares 1313
2015 Awake Our Souls 2713


YearSingleChart positionsAlbum

Christ Air.

2013"Starts With Me"21Cast My Cares
2015"Awake Our Souls"33Awake Our Souls
2016"Everywhere I Go"36
2018"I Belong"
(featuring Amy Grant)
39non-album single
2020"You Never Let Go"
(featuring Tammi Haddon) [15]

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