How It Used to Be

Tim Hildebrandt

How It Used to Be
Performed By Tim Hildebrandt
Album UPC 888174379326
CD Baby Track ID TR0000011773
Label Tim Hildebrandt
Released 2013-11-07
BPM 96
Rated 0
ISRC ushm91380086
Year 2013
Spotify Plays 0
Writer Timothy Murray Hildebrandt
Pub Co Timothy Murray Hildebrandt
Composer Timothy Murray Hildebrandt
Clearance Sync & All Media Uses
Rights Controlled Master and Publishing Grant
Rights One-Stop: Master + 100% Pub Grant
Original/Cover/Public Domain original
Country United States - Minnesota


A great follow up to his "Hombres" album, this record flows with an easy retro style, filled with colorful stories and catchy choruses driven by a great Americana beat. This is surely Tim's best yet!


Tim is first and foremost a song writer but has been writing, performing, producing and recording music since the early 60’s. His first musical influence was Elvis Presley. Tim learned to sing harmony listening to the Everly Brothers, but probably his most profound influence was the Beatles.

Tim moved to Nashville in 1993. It was during this time that Tim met Jerry Capehart. Jerry had penned major hit records such as ‘Summertime Blues ‘, recorded by everyone from Eddie Cochran to the Who, and ‘Turn Around Look At Me’, Glen Campbell’s first hit. Jerry signed to Tim a publishing contract with his company Steep Holler Publishing and the two had a wonderful working and personal relationship until Jerry’s death in 1998.

Now Tim lives in Rochester MN. where he continues to write and record great music as evidenced by his latest effort "Loco Love".

"Tim’s songs have all of my favorite elements... colorful stories, catchy choruses and a great Americana beat.
In today's youth obsessed music culture, it inspires me when songwriters who have been writing for a long time, just keep putting out great work. Tim’s new CD, "Loco Love" is surely one of his best yet!"
Sally Barris (Grammy nominated songwriter)
Nashville, Tn

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