Searching for Timothy
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Searching for Timothy

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Sep
16
Searching for Timothy @ Planet Red Studios

Richmond, Virginia, USA

Richmond, Virginia, USA

Sep
15
Searching for Timothy @ Planet Red Studios

Richmond, Virginia, USA

Richmond, Virginia, USA

Aug
21
Searching for Timothy @ The Canal Club

Richmond, Virginia, USA

Richmond, Virginia, USA

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Since it's formation in 2005, Richmond's Searching for Timothy has steadily established a commercially viable rock act whose knack for stylish guitar hooks and harmonized vocals would appeal to fans of Academy Is and Fall Out Boy. Recently voted best local band for the second time by the area's two most prominent alternative-rock stations, the hard-working ensemble continues to develop its fan base with a relentless touring schedule as it continues work on the next full-length album. - Style Weekly


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Self-Titled E.P. available on Itunes/ Free Stream 4song E.P. on myspace.com/searchingfor timothy

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A band that is named after a little boy would almost have to be loud and playful—and they are. But that’s just one of Searching for Timothy’s multiple identities. They’re crime solvers in “Mosaic”, they’re teddy bears in “Our Last December” and they’re journalists in “Theatre of Lies”. They’re purveyors of “space rock” straight out of the ‘burbs. Searching for Timothy’s original band members have stood the test of time in an industry where bands change members as often as they change their skinny jeans. After meeting in high school and going through a name change, the boys grew into what their music has become: epic. Lead singer and guitarist Nick Baker fronts the musical powerhouse with Craig Moore on lead guitar, Tyler Proffitt on bass, Morgan Heath on keys and Danny Ponder on drums. The band has found support in Richmond, the city they call home. They were voted Best Local Band in 2007 and in 2009 by the area’s two most prominent alternative rock stations, and they haven’t stopped there. They’ve shared the stage with 30 Seconds to Mars, Framing Hanley, Anberlin and After Midnight Project, some of the biggest names in rock today. They’ve played gigs all over the east coast, rocking out huge venues like The 930 Club in Washington, DC, Sonar in Baltimore and The National Theater in Richmond.