With over 140 million catalogue streams to date, country superstar Tim Hicks continues to lead the way with his sure-footed everyman approach – expanding the songwriting and style that has helped define today’s country music. In saying this, Hicks had his label debut ten years ago with the release of his album Throw Down. He is now reflecting on this past decade with the release of “Talk To Time” to Canadian country radio and the unveiling of the official video, which premiered exclusively across IHeartRadio / Pure Country platforms on February 21. “Talk to Time” is the title track of his fifth studio album, released last September. Travis Didluck directed the beautifully nostalgic music video.
While on vacation in sunny Jamaica, says Hicks about “Talk To Time,”
“Did you ever wish you could slow down time? I think about it often. As a father of two, and a musician ten years into his career, this song means a lot to me, and really hits home. The video turned out awesome too! We shot it on a REALLY cold and windy day underneath the Burlington Skyway. Somehow, through the magic of film making, you can’t even tell I was frozen to the bone!”
Stream or download “Talk To Time” here.
This new release also comes just in time for Hicks to celebrate his Top 10 single “Stompin’ Ground” receiving Platinum status in Canada.
To honour the ten-year anniversary of his debut album, Throw Down; Hicks will unveil a special anniversary edition vinyl in partnership with Record Store Day on April 22.
With more anniversary celebrations to unfold (Hicks will be headlining the half-time show at the Toronto Rock’s Country Night on March 4) and tour dates that include summer festivals across the country (Boots & Hearts, Dauphin’s Countryfest, Country on the Bay, and Country Rocks the Farm), with more to be announced, be sure to follow Hicks for the latest updates.
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Hi all. I’m Nanci Dagg. I am from Winnipeg, Manitoba, and have lived my entire life here. There is nothing I like better than supporting local artists followed by supporting Canadian artists. Although I was a classic rock gal, my go to genre is country. Something about this music that just makes me feel great. I can be found at most country music concerts and shows (from someone’s house to really large venues) taking lots of pictures. Music and photography are two of my passions. Add to this mix, writing about artists, well let’s say, life doesn’t get better than this.
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