“How to turn a living room into a pub.”
Tim Anadyr
@ The Wool Shed

Thursday and I’m kinda early bird today. Stumbled by chance in The Wool Shed and decided to stay for Tim Anadyr and what can I say? It was a good idea.

@ The Wool Shed

Starting with a slow medley followed by Chris Stapelton and Bob Dylon it was clear this would be easy listening. In particular I loved his version of “Scarborough fair” and the irish folk songs at the end of the show. The quality of sound reminded me a bit of that cozy pub atmosphere. Not hightech studio like and totally in a good way, which let me enjoy that hour very much.

Tim got his first guitar at the age of 8 and has been playing & singing ever since. With his folky style and smooth, tonal vocals he’ll take you on a trip through old irish traditionals, a bit Elvis, Simon & Garfunkel, Bob Dylan and many more – all the way to Neil Diamond. He even is throwing in some grooving originals here and there.

A note to the venue, The Wool Shed is an australian themed club presenting live music in an open barn. Having events regularly, be sure to show the little lamb in front of the stage some love when you make your visit there.

Thank you for making my living room a pub, Tim – at least for an hour!

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Setlist Tim Anadyr @ The Wool Shed 12.09.2019:
Jos̩ Feliciano / Moody Blues РRain / Nights in white satin (medley)
Chris Stapelton – Tennesse Whisky
Bob Dylan – Tangled up in blue
Don Williams – I believe in you
Neil Diamond – Song sung blue
Neil Diamond – Red red wine
The Monkees – I’m believer
Simon & Garfunkel – Scarborough fair
The Snake Oil Willie Band – I don’t look good naked anymore
Sean McCarthy – Hills of Connemara
Michael Considine – Spancil Hill
Rod Stewart – Have I told you lately