Tim Chad and Sherry
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Tim Chad and Sherry


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"Twanging Chad"

Courier-Journal Louisville

Twanging Chad

You hear Tim Chad and Sherry and you think: Country lounge act, Ramada Inn, early 1980s, "Love Is Just a Sin Away." Brian Kotzur, leader of a band called Tim Chad and Sherry, which includes neither a Tim nor a Sherry, probably thinks the same thing. He's funny that way.

Kotzur even injects a little country lounge act now and again into his songs, although it's at a high level. Mostly Kotzur expertly walks a fine line between satire and genuine emotion with his Nashville-based band, which includes members of Lambchop
- Courier-Journal Louisville

"Critics Picks"

Rounding out the lineup is Tim Chad and Sherry. Led by drummer Brian Kotzur, Tim Chad and Sherry are a dynamic hodgepodge of lounge meets country funk. Their songs hook you with slinky grooves, exploding without warning into electric jams that build up to a whirling point, then come crashing back to earth. When Kotzur steps out from behind the drum kit to perform “Love Is,” his charisma reminds you of a tent revival preacher giving a sermon—and you can’t help but be sold. Springwater —ERIC WILLIAMS
- Nashville Scene


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Brian Kotzur aka Tim Chad is Tim Chad & Sherry’s leader and songwriter. The talented band is made up of members of Silver Jews and Lambchop and combine rock and roll, soft country, r&b and soul. TC&S has been described as Hall and Oates meets The Talking Heads.
Their innovative lounge rock act walks a fine line between satire and genuine emotion. Tim Chad, the self proclaimed “original singer/songwriter from Nashville,” belts out love songs to his adoring fans.
Tim Chad and Sherry’s live show will bring you to your feet and put tears in your eyes.