TIM DUGGER BIO:
Alabama native & NASCAR enthusiast, Tim Dugger, is full of musical talent, southern charm, and a little bit of wit. Coming from a family deeply rooted in country values, Tim sings about people he knows and writes about things people can relate to. His songs always tell a story whether they put a smile on your face or bring a tear to your eye.
As a teen, the diehard NASCAR fan knew country music was in his blood and began performing anywhere he could. Eventually he found himself playing bars and clubs near racetracks. At the request of his fans, he began recording his songs and selling homemade CDs at his shows. In a few short years, he developed a large following and a stellar reputation, giving him the opportunity to stay on the road performing to sell-out crowds in Alabama, Georgia, and Florida.
Frequenting the clubs around the racing circuit, Tim developed not only a loyal following of race fans; he also became a favorite of several NASCAR drivers and their crews. These friendships and connections eventually led him to Nashville where he signed a record deal with Curb Records.
Tim was featured on the television reality show “Highway to Fame” and over the past few years, he has performed with a wide variety of popular country artists including Trace Adkins, Sarah Evans, Diamond Rio and Craig Morgan. He also enjoys participating in benefit concerts for organizations, like Clay Walker’s, that help people in need.
Tim’s music reflects his passion for both country music and great songwriting. When he's not on the road, you can find him in Nashville writing with some of the greatest writers around including Jim Beavers, Billy Montana, Keith Stegall, Frank Myers, and Bob Dipero. His single "Beer on a Boat" was released to Sirius XM's The Highway Fall 2015 and quickly added to regular rotation on Hot 45 countdown. Tim is currently working on his debut album for Curb Records after previously fine-tuning his sound in the studio with famed producer Jim Ed Norman (The Eagles, Linda Ronstadt, Kenny Rogers).
Be sure to catch Tim out on the road. Chances are, he’ll be at a club or a racetrack near you.