With guitar in hand and loop pedal under foot, New York-based singer-songwriter Tim Stout is a sight to be both seen and heard. Facing the trauma of losing his father to the attack on the World Trade Center at the age of six, Stout found healing through developing his creative habits, taking up theatrical performance & writing poetry. Inspired by singer-songwriters like John Mayer and Jason Mraz, Stout taught himself to play the guitar at age 14 and began to nourish a "hopeful romantic" mindset, melding bare-it-all poeticism with guitar-driven compositions that explore the highs and throes of love and loss, cultivating intimacy, and bettering life.
Only a couple months after his first gig in August of 2017, Stout opened for Allen Stone and Caleb Hawley in a sold-out show at Brooklyn Bowl, going on to play plenty of gigs and festivals since. Recently having teamed up with producer Cale Hawkins, Stout has begun recording his first studio works, now available on all platforms.