variety of local festivals and venues, eventually recording an EP at the performing arts center. Though members of the band went their separate ways after, Tim points to his time at Clemson as a defining era that reinforced his passion to create and perform music, and ultimately forced him to leave his bioengineering degree unused. In fact, only two months after graduation in May of 2016, Tim Riehm made the move to Nashville, TN, where he dove into songwriting and began playing in local rounds such as those hosted by The Listening Room, Belcourt Taps, and The Country. In addition, Riehm has been featured in BMI’s monthly 8 off 8th performance at Mercy Lounge, and he has also played numerous venues ranging from Family Wash to Back Corner. Currently, Tim is collaborating with Jason Lehning – a talented producer who has worked with artists like Charlie Worsham, Matt Kearney, and Jacob Whitesides – to record and produce his debut EP. With this project, they hope to highlight Riehm’s vocal
and writing skill, while merging singer/songwriter and pop elements in a way that stays true to Riehm’s organic sensibilities. The two plan to release Tim’s first single “Hey There, Liquor” on May 18th with four tracks to follow in the months after.