Singer-songwriter Tim Higgins writes and performs songs which spiral around issues dealing with love, loss, grief, and the downfall of society; his are personal songs that often carry broader social implications. Born and raised partly around Detroit, Michigan, and coastal Alabama, his Rust Belt meets Southern upbringing is channeled in his straightforward imagery and gravel-throated delivery.

His teenage and college years in Alabama lead to the formation of Bible Study, a collective of songwriters including Higgins, Emily Dozier-Ezell, and Kori Hensell. Their self-described "convoluted folk" genre garnered much attention in West Alabama, including performances at the Kentuck Folk Art Museum and the historic Bama Theatre. In 2014, Bible Study released their first record, Guilt Trip, recorded at WouldYou Studios in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, under the direction of England in 1819's Andrew Callaway.

Recently, Higgins was invited to showcase his unique voice at NPR Music critic Ann Powers' release show for her latest book, "Good Booty: Love and Sex, Black and White, Body and Soul in American Music." Over the past few years, he has toured extensively throughout the US, and has performed with Seattle indie darling Shelby Earl and Americana favorite Sera Cahoone. 

Higgins currently resides in Nashville, Tennessee, where he is has completed his first solo album, BLIGHT, a collection of new songs dealing with the ideas of blight, destruction, history, and responsibility, with producer Parker McAnnally, to be released in Winter 2018.

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