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Profoundly talented guitarist Tim Reynolds has been cutting killer riffs and spooling rock & roll with funk and soul since the age of 12. Throughout the '90s he has slowly become recognized as one of the impeccable, highly skilled acoustic musicians in the areas of jazz guitar, bass, piano, sitar, mandolin, violin, and various instruments of ethnic percussion. He is an underrated master.

Born in Germany, Reynolds was a military brat who spent his young life traveling across the United States, eventually settling in Charlottesville, VA. He joined various psychedelic rock groups, playing heavily into his influences of Carlos Santana, Jimi Hendrix, and Led Zeppelin. He formed TR3 in the late '80s, and later expanded his sound to the likes of Bob Marley, Nine Inch Nails, and Marilyn Manson. But Reynolds' biggest claim to fame came with his collaborations with Dave Matthews Band. He has guested on all Dave Matthews Band releases and joined them on countless tours across the globe. He and Dave Matthews released the double-disc album Live at Luther College in January 1999, and Reynolds separately issued a slew of solo albums: Stream (1993), Gossip of the Neurons (1996), Sanctuary (1997), and See Into Your Soul (2000).
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Feb 22 Thu 8:00 PM Tim Reynolds The Broadberry
Richmond, VA
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Born in Weisbaden, Germany, the son of a devoutly religious military man, Tim spent much of his childhood moving-from Alaska to St. Louis and through much of the Bible-belt Midwest.

In a statement by Reynolds, "I come from nowhere mostly. My dad was in the Army so we moved around a lot. Germany is where I was born, and after that we lived on a farm in Indiana, then on an army base in Alaska, then to Kansas, then to Missouri, where we lived the longest (thus the nowhere). Then I moved to Virginia, and I was there for 17 years or so. Now I live in New Mexico and this is the best place I could be. I mostly come from space."

As the child of pious, fiercely conservative parents, Reynold's musical introduction began at age 12, playing electric bass before writhing congregations of ecstatic worshippers three times a week (over 1000 times) until his high school graduation. Tiring of the constraints of imposed conservatism, he secretly plunged into jazz and "forbidden" late '60s and early '70s psychedelic rock. At age 18, he left home to join a group of "experimental" musicians. After absorbing much from them and the dozen other bands (from disco to country) that followed, he eventually settled in Charlottesville, Virginia.
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