Tim McArtney

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By March 8, 2018
Tim McArtney

Tim McArtney is a multi-instrumentalist who performs Solo, as a Duo, as a Trio and can lead any higher number of band members.

Tim mostly plays Guitar and Sings. As a Soloist Tim uses a loop pedal which allows him to record what he is playing, and this creates a bigger sound than just a soloist. Tim often performs in a Duo with a range of Female Vocalists. This can work really well if Tim and the Female Vocalist share the singing.

A master at reading the crowd, Tim plays many styles including Pop, Rock, Soul, Jazz and Blues. Tim has played many residencies around Sydney; These include Opera Bar, Helm Bar, Tokio Hotel, The Bourbon, and PJ O’Briens.


Solo – Duo – Trio

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Better Be Home Soon – Crowded House
Big jet plane – Angus and Julia Stone
Blackbird – The Beatles
Chasing Cars – Snow Patrol
Crucify Your Mind – Rodriguez
Desire – Ryan Adams

Diamonds on the inside – Ben Harper
Don’t think twice – Bob Dylan
Everybody wants to rule – Tears for Fears
Fall at Your Feet – Crowded House
First day of my life – Bright Eyes
Free falling – Tom Petty
Gravity – John Mayer
Heart of Gold – Neil Young
I’m on Fire – Bruce Springsteen
Is this love? – Bob Marley
Lazy song – Bruno Mars
Love Lost – The Temper Trap
Never Tears us Apart – INXS
Skinny love – Bon Iver
Stir it up – Bob Marley
Sugarman – Rodriguez

Throw Your Arms Around Me – Hunters and Collectors
Tiny Dancer – Elton John
Waiting on the World to change – John Mayer
Walking on a dream – Empire of the sun
What a wonderful world – Louis Armstrong
Wonderwall – Oasis
Your Song – Elton John


Billie jean – Michael Jackson
Blame it on the boogie – Michael Jackson
Blurred Lines – Robin Thicke
Can’t always get what you want – The Rolling Stones
Can’t get no satisfaction – The Rolling Stones
Crazy – Gnarls Barkley
Crazy Little Thing Called Love – Queen
In the Air Tonight – Phil Collins
Kiss – Prince
Letʼs Stay Together – Al Green
Nobody knows – Eric Clapton
People are Strange – The Doors
Sexual Healing – Marvin Gaye

Stand By Me – John Lennon
Tip of my tongue – Diesel
What a wonderful world – Louis Armstrong
While my Guitar Gently Weeps – The Beatles
Wind cries mary – Jimi Hendrix