Tim Schumacher is a Nashville songwriter. He started his professional music career in the studios of Colorado, then honed his skills in Los Angeles before finally settling in Nashville. He has had major label cuts with many artists all over the world.
He made this album to get a group of his songs recorded the way he heard them, gathered in one collection, mastered to perfection.
He got together his favorite Nashville players -- some of the best musicians in the world -- took twelve of his songs that had never been cut, and spent three years producing this labor of love.
It's his life in song, from the Midwest to Europe, the Rockies, California, Tennessee, and all points in between.
His cowriters are a distinguished group. Don Wayne wrote "Saginaw, Michigan" and "Country Bumpkin," the latter a Country Music Association Song Of The Year. Simon Bruce is an EMI Australia artist. Jesse Bellamy, of Jesse and Noah, is the son of David Bellamy, major songwriter for The Bellamy Brothers.
If you like rock, country, pop, acoustic guitars, strings, and quality music, SongWriter Revisited is a CD for you.
Beautifully conceived and recorded, this is a seasoned songwriter at work. Every track is distinctive, all are easy to listen to, great for relaxing at home or hitting the highway.