On the brink of the revival of the Los Angeles music scene, Timothy Bloom stands to shine as the era’s freshest and most distinguishable front runners. As skilled musician on the guitar, piano, drums, bass, and a number of other instruments, this singer/songwriter/producer has been honing his craft since the age of 14 and it shows.
Born in El Paso, Texas and raised in Fayetteville, North Carolina, Bloom spent his childhood as a self-proclaimed gypsy; moving from place to place absorbing different cultures and different sounds. Now preparing his debut album, Bloom feels it is necessary to incorporate all of his experiences into his music:
“I don’t’ want to be placed into a box. I don’t like to be limited when it comes to life. I want to be able to be who I am and everything I am – especially in my music.”
With ease, Bloom has performed in front of some of the industries most powerful, heavy hitting executives i.e. Clive Davis, Jimmy Iovine, Greg Kallman, Monte Lipman, Sylvia Rhone among others. Being the 3rd person to play on Nat King Coles grand piano besides Stevie Wonder, Bloom has had the pleasure of working with Smokey Robinson (“My World”, “Fallen in Love”), Usher’s group One Chance (“Emotional”), and Ne-Yo’s (“Say it”) for which he won a Grammy. Now working on his debut album under the Zone 4/Mosley Music Group/Interscope emblems, he is committed to setting new standards of greatness by way of generating timeless pieces. He’s ready to take the world by storm. Armed with enchanting lyrics, innovative melodies over powerful chord progressions, and shear raw talent, Timothy Bloom is exactly what the music scene has been waiting for.