Graduate plans first EP
Model graduate and dynamic performer plans first music EP
Posted on 03/16/2016
Tim Reynolds
Tim Reynolds, a graduate of Model High School and an accomplished performer, has been booked once again to play during the Downtown Rome summer concert series and the violinist hopes to have his first EP ready for his local fans.  The EP will feature Reynolds' original recordings.  Reynolds has been booked for the Saturday, July 2 performance for a Downtown Rome Block Party and he plans to book other engagements in Georgia while he is in the area.

Reynolds left Floyd County for Boston to continue his musical journey studying at Berklee College of Music.  He has played with the Boston Pops and he has toured Europe and the U.S. playing in Spain, and Norway. Reynolds performed as part of the First Friday series in Rome for the last two years.  This year, downtown planners have split the First Friday performances and the Block Party performances and the date featuring Reynolds will be on a Saturday. 

Go Fund Me page has been started to help Reynolds and his friends raise the money needed to finance his first EP.  "I've always wanted to share my music and life with the world," Reynolds commented. "Now is the time!" Reynolds has traveled the world but his roots are deep in Floyd County.  He continues to share his talent and music with his local friends and wanted them to be a part of this first venture into recording. A video has been recorded to share Reynolds' reasons why now is the time for him to share who he is through his original music.  The video is on the Go Fund Me page or it can be seen at the video link.  Tim Reynolds Video Link  
The goal of the fund raising effort is to raise $7,000 in the next 30 days to cover production costs. This will allow the EP to be finished by the first of the summer and ready for the First Friday concert and other performance dates. "My heart is exploding with thankfulness for the love and support that many of you have already given," Reynold said. "I appreciate you all. Lets do this!"