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Sgt. Bob Timney

Sgt. Bob Timney returns to Central PA Live to perform an original song from Nashville.
Sgt. Bob Timney joins the Fourth of July celebration with a live performance of his original song "What Smiles Are For".  The song is his first recorded in Nashville.  He wraps up the show with Bill Wither's "Ain't No Sunshine".

You can see Sgt. Bob Timney at State College's 4th Fest where he'll be running the concert and performing at an acoustic stage.


What's Happening:

Sgt. Bob Timney
Fourth Fest
State College
BJC Lawn Acoustic Stage
July 4, 7:00 pm


More info from the artist's website:

"I first picked up the guitar in college in the spring of 1985.
Most of the songs i wrote back in the 1985-1990 timeframe in State College, PA and Ft. Benning, GA, where i was a single parent in the Army. Many of my songs stem from my life experiences.
But, as with many of us, music took a back seat to living everyday life as I later married and had two more children.
I have run open mics here in state college, produced a weekly radio show on 105.9 JoeFM called the Songwriters Showcase, and now have run the acoustic stage at the annual 4th Fest, the LARGEST all-volunteer fireworks show in the country and the 3rd largest fireworks show, period.
I am available to and enjoy playing background music for cocktail hour at weddings and parties."
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