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StowTown Records Celebrates Release of Tim Lovelace Comedy Project

Nashville, TN (October 10, 2017) – StowTown Records artist, Comedian/Musician Tim Lovelace, has been going non-stop since the Sept. 29 release of his new project, Living in a Coffee World, which debuted at No. 16 on Billboard’s Comedy chart.  His release party was held in Pigeon Forge, Tenn., during NQC where Tim served as co-host for several events throughout the week. Fans and friends stopped by to congratulate Tim on his debut with StowTown Records, including friend and label mate, Ernie Haase, who is also one of the founders and owners of StowTown. While in the Knoxville area, Lovelace popped in for coffee and a few minutes of friendly banter at a local retail store.

“Humor is present across all forms of entertainment,” remarks Nate Goble, StowTown co-owner.

“Movies, books, music, theater and even rodeos have their clowns. Unfortunately, a lot of the comedy is not family-friendly. We (StowTown) see a huge need for family-friendly comedy. Tim Lovelace offers that in abundance.”

After resting his voice for a day or so, Tim arrived in Nashville where he appeared on the morning radio show “Coffee, Country & Cody” with host Bill Cody and producer Charlie Mattos on the legendary WSM, home of the Grand Ole Opry. They discussed their shared love of coffee and told stories about growing up in the South. Tim performed “The Coffee Song” and “What Happened to Tomatoes?” in studio during his hour-long segment. The conversation also included Tim’s “Black Belt to Black Eye” and an honest, serious discussion about bullying. As the childhood victim of bullying, Tim uses his platform to address this timely issue.

“I am thrilled with the response we are experiencing with the release of my new StowTown project,” Tim says. “I feel very blessed not only for the opportunity to present comedy through stories and songs, but also to share my heart on topics such as bullying. Through all the busyness of promoting this project, I am having a lot of fun. If I appear to be more jittery than normal, it’s because I really am Living in a Coffee World.”

 

 

 

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