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  • Paul E

    Paul E England

    Awesome new album Tim, and some great tunes that bouy your lyrics along in majestic fashion. Keep it real country and thanks for the albums; the spirit of Canada burns strong with you and is admired on this side of the Atlantic.

    Awesome new album Tim, and some great tunes that bouy your lyrics along in majestic fashion. Keep it real country and thanks for the albums; the spirit of Canada burns strong with you and is admired on this side of the Atlantic.

  • Wyldwood

    Wyldwood

    Alberta desperately needs a voice that sings the praises of the natural world...I was so happy to hear your song about our polluted but pretty, Battle River. I have to tell you though, the furs looked way better on the animal. Celebrating the killing of an animal just isn't cool.

    Alberta desperately needs a voice that sings the praises of the natural world...I was so happy to hear your song about our polluted but pretty, Battle River. I have to tell you though, the furs looked way better on the animal. Celebrating the killing of an animal just isn't cool.

  • Mike

    Mike Peterborough

    Tim , CBC is looking for a new hockey song for hockey Night in Canada. You're the man who Stompin' Tom handed the torch, so grab it and write a song about hockey. Good Luck

    Tim , CBC is looking for a new hockey song for hockey Night in Canada. You're the man who Stompin' Tom handed the torch, so grab it and write a song about hockey.
    Good Luck

  • Hurtin' Albertan

    Hurtin' Albertan Alberta

    Seen Tim 3 times already this year, Calgary, Red Deer, and Cremona, plan to see him at least two more times this year as well. Great live country musician and great to listen to his albums piling on the miles up and down The Cowboy Trail. Keep up the great stuff Tim, see you at Ironwood in a couple weeks. Cheers

    Seen Tim 3 times already this year, Calgary, Red Deer, and Cremona, plan to see him at least two more times this year as well. Great live country musician and great to listen to his albums piling on the miles up and down The Cowboy Trail.

    Keep up the great stuff Tim, see you at Ironwood in a couple weeks.

    Cheers

  • Cowboy Ross

    Cowboy Ross Kanata, Ontario

    Hi Mr.Hus, My name is Ross and i am 9 years old and really enjoy your music. I have begun learning to play guitar and my teacher has asked for songs we would like to learn to play. I can not find any tab for your music. Would you be able to help and give the tab for the song Canadian Cowboy because I really enjoy the story. I look forward to any help you can give. Thanks, Ross Mickovitch :)

    Hi Mr.Hus,
    My name is Ross and i am 9 years old and really enjoy your music. I have begun learning to play guitar and my teacher has asked for songs we would like to learn to play. I can not find any tab for your music. Would you be able to help and give the tab for the song Canadian Cowboy because I really enjoy the story. I look forward to any help you can give.
    Thanks,
    Ross Mickovitch
    smile

  • Wallace

    Wallace Grimshaw ab

    My kids sure like your music . You should try to do a show around or in peace river

    My kids sure like your music . You should try to do a show around or in peace river

  • corey

    corey elkford

    tim I know you don't look at this but your music made me a mess of friends. me and you have had a bs at a bar named sue during lilac fest years agoI was just wondering if you could do a song about the coal mine in elkford being nelson boy I hope to hear from you hope you go big corey

    tim I know you don't look at this but your music made me a mess of friends. me and you have had a bs at a bar named sue during lilac fest years agoI was just wondering if you could do a song about the coal mine in elkford being nelson boy I hope to hear from you

    hope you go big
    corey

  • corey

    corey elkford

    tim I know you don't look at this but your music made me a mess of friends. me and you have had a bs at a bar named sue during lilac fest years agoI was just wondering if you could do a song about the coal mine in elkford being nelson boy I hope to hear from you hope you go big corey

    tim I know you don't look at this but your music made me a mess of friends. me and you have had a bs at a bar named sue during lilac fest years agoI was just wondering if you could do a song about the coal mine in elkford being nelson boy I hope to hear from you

    hope you go big
    corey

  • osbornem

    osbornem burlington

    As far as I know too, Tim your the #1 true canadian artist in music today, of coarse names like Ian Tyson, Stompin Tom and Lightfoot are your mentors there no doubt about that, and their the cream of the crop... I was born on a rock in the gulf of st. lawrence, called harrington harbour, and i heard stompin tom on a record player at one of the only places to hear, the teachers residence, my brother was there in 1971, and my great late friend and bother in law all under the influence of malt probably back then. My brother started to play on a cardboard guitar, and his son now in grand prairie plays too.. I stuck with the visual. painting,pottery and the like , and have drivin canada to my back bone too, along with the sea in my blood. I want to bring you to the lime light here at home and the world stage so im thinking of painting portraits, and images of my canadian song heroes. Im hoping to see you in concert soon with my three young boys and wife, so yes i know what your thinkin,,, go west young man,, go west...hope to see ya soon.... brother..

    As far as I know too, Tim your the #1 true canadian artist in music today, of coarse names like Ian Tyson, Stompin Tom and Lightfoot are your mentors there no doubt about that, and their the cream of the crop... I was born on a rock in the gulf of st. lawrence, called harrington harbour, and i heard stompin tom on a record player at one of the only places to hear, the teachers residence, my brother was there in 1971, and my great late friend and bother in law all under the influence of malt probably back then. My brother started to play on a cardboard guitar, and his son now in grand prairie plays too.. I stuck with the visual. painting,pottery and the like , and have drivin canada to my back bone too, along with the sea in my blood. I want to bring you to the lime light here at home and the world stage so im thinking of painting portraits, and images of my canadian song heroes. Im hoping to see you in concert soon with my three young boys and wife, so yes i know what your thinkin,,, go west young man,, go west...hope to see ya soon.... brother..

  • osbornem

    osbornem burlington

    As far as I know too, Tim your the #1 true canadian artist in music today, of coarse names like Ian Tyson, Stompin Tom and Lightfoot are your mentors there no doubt about that, and their the cream of the crop... I was born on a rock in the gulf of st. lawrence, called harrington harbour, and i heard stompin tom on a record player at one of the only places to hear, the teachers residence, my brother was there in 1971, and my great late friend and bother in law all under the influence of malt probably back then. My brother started to play on a cardboard guitar, and his son now in grand prairie plays too.. I stuck with the visual. painting,pottery and the like , and have drivin canada to my back bone too, along with the sea in my blood. I want to bring you to the lime light here at home and the world stage so im thinking of painting portraits, and images of my canadian song heroes. Im hoping to see you in concert soon with my three young boys and wife, so yes i know what your thinkin,,, go west young man,, go west...hope to see ya soon.... brother..

    As far as I know too, Tim your the #1 true canadian artist in music today, of coarse names like Ian Tyson, Stompin Tom and Lightfoot are your mentors there no doubt about that, and their the cream of the crop... I was born on a rock in the gulf of st. lawrence, called harrington harbour, and i heard stompin tom on a record player at one of the only places to hear, the teachers residence, my brother was there in 1971, and my great late friend and bother in law all under the influence of malt probably back then. My brother started to play on a cardboard guitar, and his son now in grand prairie plays too.. I stuck with the visual. painting,pottery and the like , and have drivin canada to my back bone too, along with the sea in my blood. I want to bring you to the lime light here at home and the world stage so im thinking of painting portraits, and images of my canadian song heroes. Im hoping to see you in concert soon with my three young boys and wife, so yes i know what your thinkin,,, go west young man,, go west...hope to see ya soon.... brother..

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