Hey I'm Tim Gibson and thanks for visiting my music profile. I started my musical journey when I was a young kid. My parents put me into piano lessons as many parents do. I don't believe the original intention was to get me good at piano, but rather to have me doing some kind of activity since I wasn't involved in any sport. After a short stint it was easy to see I was the farthest thing from prodigal. I struggled through my lessons, often in my ADD spurts taking many trips to the bathroom to get a change of scenery. After multiple years of little improvement and especially no advances in the area of reading music, I consulted my parents and the plug was pulled. After a multiple year hiatus i was hearing the Coldplay song Clocks all over the radio and was interested to see if I could figure it out on the piano. After a five minute stint I was amazed I had gotten the complete song down pat. After doing the same thing with other easy tunes I finally had developed an interest in the instrument. I took another break and it wasn't until my freshman year of high school when I really started to piece things together. My ear had improved dramatically and after improving my technical ability I was learning whatever song I pleased in no time. It wasn't until my brother Brendan burnt me a CD of piano songs that I really needed to improve my skills. The CD included a number of more difficult piano pieces that took me a while to get the skill to play, but when I finally could play them I felt a satisfaction that would be difficult for me to describe. My singing started in my Sophomore year of high school and with day after day of closet singing, I was fortunate enough to develop from a shitty wannabe into someone that is rather good. Since joining my school's Liturgical Band and receiving vocal coaching from the legendary Mark Baxter things have really taken off. My music career is not exciting in the slightest, but I have written it out anyways so that when you hear my music you can see where it came from. My other reason for writing out my short music history is to give people hope that anything truly can happen. I was by no means a prodigy when I was younger and it was through my repeated nights of dreaming of being on the big stage and a massive amount of luck that I was able to get to where I am today. When you listen to my music my history will become yours, and it will do this in a way that only the wonder of music can achieve.