Tim Wilson, an American stand-up comedian and country music artist, from Columbus, Georgia is coming to perform at the Stardome Comedy Club Feb. 28 thru March 1. His act combines stand-up comedy and original songs. He has released more than a dozen comedy albums, including several for Capitol Records Nashville, and has made frequent appearances on the John Boy and Billy, Big D and Bubba and Bob and Tom Show. Wilson has also appeared on numerous television programs including The Tonight Show with Jay Leno and American Revolution Country Comedy on CMT; in 1990, he also teamed with the duo of Pinkard & Bowden to write the song "Arab, Alabama," and its success convinced him to include music in his standup act.
In addition to a series of LPs for the independent Southern Tracks label, including Tough Crowd, Waking Up the Neighborhood, Low-Class Love Affair, and Tuned Up, Wilson scored a hit single with his "Garth Brooks Ruined My Life," also co-writing Jeff Foxworthy's smash "The Redneck Twelve Days of Christmas." Upon signing to Capitol, he released his major-label debut, It's a Sorry World, in early 1999; Gettin' My Mind Right followed later that same year. In 2000 he issued Hillbilly Homeboy, which was helped by the success of its first single, "The Ballad of John Rocker," and waited three years to follow it up with his first funk concept album, Super Bad Sounds of the '70s.
In 2011, Wilson appeared on CMT's Ron White's Comedy Salute to the Troops along with White, Lewis Black, Kathleen Madigan, Vic Henley, Alex Reymundo and Robert Hawkins. In 2012, Wilson appears on the Showtime Comedy Special, Billy Gardell's: Road Dogs with Billy Gardell hosting along with comedians Ben Creed and Kenny Rogerson. Wilson also produced the show's musical theme, "Back Home to You" by guitarist Scotty Bratcher.
February 28- March 1
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Sources: wikipedia.org, www.timwilsonamerica.com and YouTube