Tim McMillan has been performing his extraordinarily unique style of acoustic guitar based music for well over a decade across the globe. His incredibly lively performances, ability to inspire the audience and warped sense of humour have made him a popular live artist throughout Europe, where he now spends the larger part of the year. |
He is joined by ultra-talented violinist Rachel Snow and the duo perform a distinctive mix of musical styles including fingerstyle guitar, Celtic rock, folk, metal & jazz. Tim and Rachels shows are filled with hilarious tales of life in the Australian bush, athletic guitar stunts and melodic songwriting.
In his home country Australia, Tim has won numerous awards including: The Maton Young Guitarist of the Year and Cole Clark Guitar Award (for Best Instrumentalist)
In 2015, he was voted by Australian Guitar Magazine as one of the top 25 guitarists.
The past years have seen Tim sharing the stage with guitar legends Al Di Meola, Dominic Miller (Sting), Metallicas Rob Trujillo & Phil Campbell of Motörhead. Most recently Tim and Rachel have toured Europe with 90s rockers Ugly Kid Joe with Tim also joining them on acoustic guitar for the duration of the tour.
In 2017, Tim and Rachel released their fantastic album "Hiraeth" to much acclaim, affirming as innovative and imaginative songwriters / musicians.
"Australia is well known for breeding kickarse guitarists:
Angus Young, Tommy Emmanuel, Bret Garsed...
Tim McMillan is up there with the best of them!"
"Some very beautiful and original guitar music"
Jónsi, Sigur Rós
Voted by Australian Guitar Magazine (100th issue) - Top 25 guitarists.
"McMillan has a reputation as one of the best guitarists ever to pluck strings in Australia" - The Age
We are delighted to welcome back this world class duo after last year's hugely successful concerts and they will be playing in the beautiful surroundings of Hospitalfield House.
Licensed bar and doors open 7pm, music from 7.30pm
Hospitalfield Arts (View)
Arbroath DD11 2NH
|Kid Friendly: Yes!|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|