50 Word Bio
Winner of the Maldon Ministerial award (2011), touring with iconic musician Tex Perkins and Ruckman for the Rockdogs, Tim Woodz is “all grins and silly anecdotes” as he performs Jazzy folk tunes with a quirky narrative. Tim’s songs provoke beautiful, nostalgic and charming imagery with energetic musical warmth.
150 Word Bio
Folk Festival funny man and Maldon Ministerial award winner (2011). Tim Woodz has supported ex TISM Damien Cowell's Disco Machine at the Corner Hotel and played multiple supports for Tex Perkins and the Dark Horses. A reporter after a gig at Sydney's Oxford Art Factory wrote "Tim Woodz is the kind of person your Mum or Dad would describe most fittingly as a 'duffer'." Which is quiet true, however she went on to say "...but Woodz' charm played a big part in the audience warming up to him. He was all grins and silly anecdotes, putting the crowd at ease and holding court over a few tall tales." Tim is famously known for his Possum song, Tall Trees and Laundromat songs and on his on stage witty character. He is also known for travelling to Far North Queensland each year since 2012 since a break out performance at Wallaby Creek Festival. Tim's Jazz trained guitar style with a blend of folk stories and quirky tales will please the poetic lovers in all the young at hearts.
“I always love seeing Tim play, if I'm not smiling before he's hit the stage, I definitely am once he's finished. And booking him for a support slot is always super easy because he's a professional, easy-going dude with a lot of music to share with the world.” – Xani Kolac The Twoks
"We love Tim Woodz so much. You will too. This song is poignant, funny and a metaphor for being in the music industry. "Nobody wins but everybody thinks they're awesome!" You're awesome Tim. May you and this song get the acolades you deserve. 6 and out. Xx" - The Humbucking Pickups regarding "Backyard Cricket" song