Apr 30, 2019

OKLAHOMA CITY, Banjo Hall Of Fame Museum, BANJO FEST, September 7+ 8, 2018

Tim was invited to perform in place of one of the honored inductees, Borgy Borgerson, who could not attend his induction ceremony. Tim was also invited to perform at the first Banjo Fest, which included world famous 5-string players: Bela Fleck, Tony Trishka, and John McEuen.

Here is a short video of the four of us trading off four bars each of "The Sheik Of Araby":

Here are Bela and Tony rehearsing at the theater before the audience arrived.

Here is Tim playing "There'll Be Some Changes Made" for Inductee Borgy Borgerson.

Tim and friends let loose after the ceremony dinner at the "Your Father's Mustache" bar at the museum.

KLONDIKE FOLLIES, July 31, August 1 and 2, 2018

    Cast of 2018 Grant Simpson Vaudeville Productions with headliner Tim Allan.

     Look at this first rehearsal with 9 banjos and 1 mandolin!

     The Yukon River flows north through majestic countryside.

Sarasota Music Archive Concert, January 24, 2018

     Tim was asked by the Sarasota Music Archives curator to compile and perform an hour of American songs written around the beginning of the 20th century.
     Here is the list of songs Tim played:

JAZZ FEST AT SEA 2018 Caribbean Cruise

2018 JazzFest At Sea: January 3 to 13

Tim performed a solo concert and conducted the "Banjos At Sea" band once again on the MSC Divina on a 10-day Caribbean cruise, leaving from Miami.

Banjos and other instruments and singers would arrive each morning in the Sky Deck for 2 hours of requests and jamming. Tim had his two song books available for the musicians to follow along if they could not play by ear.

                                        Tim's solo concert with guitar and banjo.

                          Howard Alden kindly backed Tim up on a couple of songs, too.

                   Some Canadian jammer friends got a picture.