Tim Wilson with Kevin Ruble: Oct 6-9

Tim WIlson
Tim's act combines stand-up comedy and original songs. He has released more than a dozen comedy albums, including several for Capitol Records Nashville, and has made frequent appearances on the John Boy and Billy, Big D and Bubba and Bob and Tom Show.

Wilson is a self-described libertarian, and sometimes includes his political standpoints in his comedy routines. He is also the co-writer of comedian Jeff Foxworthy's 1996 single "The Redneck Twelve Days of Christmas", as well as several parodies for the 1980s comedy duo Pinkard & Bowden. Wilson and his frequent co-writer, Danny Simpson, were also credited as a co-writer on Toby Keith's 2007 single "High Maintenance Woman". Wilson has appeared on "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno", ABC's "Grace UnderFire", and many other television programs.

Wilson's comedy and music career started in Atlanta, Georgia where he recorded five comedy albums for Southern Tracks Records for the legendary music publisher Bill Lowery. Members of the Atlanta Rhythm Section backed Wilson on his early recordings with ARS keyboardist Dean Daughtry producing. Wilson later recorded extensively in Muscles Shoals, AL with the famed Muscle Shoals Rhythm Section backing him on many projects.Wilson and Muscle Shoals Engineer Steve Melton co produced Capitol Nashville's "The All Night All Stars" which featured such rock veterans as Levon Helm, Gregg Allman, Jimmy Hall and Bobby Whitlock.

In 2009, Wilson and Roger Keiss wrote a book entitled Happy New Year — Ted, about serial killer Ted Bundy.