Timothy Deaux

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Timothy Deaux
Born Mississippi, United States
Genres Rock
Occupation(s)Songwriter, Musician
Instrument(s)Guitar, Bass Guitar, Keyboard, Percussion
Years active2000 –present
LabelsATO, New West, Interscope, Dine Alone

Timothy Deaux is an American songwriter and multi-instrumentalist. Deaux plays bass guitar, guitar and keyboards with The Whigs, bass guitar with Grace Potter, and guitar and percussion with Kings Of Leon. He contributed to albums by Mikky Ekko, Spanish Gold, and Rumba Shaker. [1] [2] [3]



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