Tim Leland
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Tim Leland

Saint Joseph, Missouri, United States | Established. Jan 01, 2016

Saint Joseph, Missouri, United States
Established on Jan, 2016
Solo Alternative Reggae




"Pre-Christmas events scheduled around the area"

Before Dec. 25, several venues around town will be hosting activities for people to gather and have fun.

Chief among them is Sk8bar’s “Merry Sk8mas Party and Potluck” with several performers and a community potluck dinner at 9 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 24, at the venue at 501 Francis St.

“The holiday time, it can be really rough for people if they don’t have family,” said Sk8bar co-owner Brandon Rock. “We had a potluck for Thanksgiving and people really seemed to enjoy it. So we thought we’d do it again.”

The event will kick off at 9 p.m. with a potluck feast as well as music from The December, Tim Leland and Mary Beth Rosenauer. While people are asked to bring a dish to share, it’s not required.

Rock said the idea is for everyone to celebrate like they’re part of one big family in the Sk8bar community.

“It’ll be just like a bunch of friends getting together,” he said.

(They used my picture on the front page with this article!) - News Press Now

"Top 5: What's happening in the area?"

Hazel's to host concert: Hazel's Downtown, 310 N. Third St., will host an evening of local live music. From 6 to 9 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 24, it will feature Mary Beth Rosenauer, Tim Leland and Keaton Nelson. The performances are free and open to all ages. - News Press Now

"St. Joe Pride Festival kicks off Friday"

Friday’s events will include the opening ceremonies at 6 p.m., the ’80s tribute band Stranger Than Paradise at 7 p.m. and a drag show at 8 p.m. Saturday will continue with the Pride Parade at 1 p.m., guest speaker Bob Minor at 2 p.m. and Drag Queen Storytime at 2:30 p.m. It also will have live music from performers like acoustic singer-songwriter Stephanie Gummelt at 3 p.m., Tim Leland at 4:30 p.m., Mary Beth Rosenauer and The Cabaret Singers at 5 p.m., a set from DJ Diehard at 6 p.m. and a headlining concert by After Party at 7 p.m. It will conclude with a drag show at 8 p.m. - News Press Now

"Top 5: What's happening in the area?"

Sk8bar to host folk-punk show: Several of St. Joseph’s folk-punk singer-songwriters will be showing off what they’ve been working on as part of the “December Reunion Show” at 9 p.m. Friday at Sk8bar, 501 Francis St. The show will feature Dakota Livingston, Tim Leland and Kade Maupin. Admission is $5. It is open to everyone 21 and older. - News Press Now

"Unplugged to celebrate anniversary with fundraiser"

Four years have gone by fast for Jason Johnson and the staff of Unplugged, a local acoustic bar and music venue.

To celebrate, it wanted to combine two loves: music and pets. It will host the “Mardi Paws” fundraiser for the Friends of the Animal Shelter, with all proceeds going toward funding for its new animal shelter and medical expenses for adopted animals.

“When people are going to try and adopt an animal, the last thing they want to do is get one that’s going to cost them $400 or $500 right off the bat,” Johnson said.

To do that, the venue will host a night of music from some of Unplugged’s history and burlesque dancers, including Dakota North SideShow, Deatrice De La ‘Cour, Lily VonTanic, Tim Leland, Alek Young, John Mackey and Almost Enemies. It will be held at 7 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 22. - News Press Now

"Top 5: What's happening in the area?"

Unplugged to host birthday bash: Unplugged, 2605 Frederick Ave., will be rocking out for Brett Sigrist’s Birthday Bash. Starting at 9 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 11, the concert will feature Simul Astra, 22nd & Nowhere, Tim Leland and Aleksandr. It is free and open to everyone 21 and older. - News Press Now

"Local artist to host EP release show"

Indigo will celebrate the release of “Major Arcana” with a concert at Cafe Acoustic Concert Hall, 1918 Frederick Ave., at 9 p.m. on Saturday, July 2. Tim Leland will open. - News Press Now

"Top 5: What's happening in the area?"

Indigo to host EP release concert: Local musician Indigo combines punk, hip-hop and pop for an eclectic mix of tunes that make up their debut EP, “Major Arcana.” They will celebrate the release of it at 9 p.m. on Friday at Cafe Acoustic Concert Hall, 1918 Frederick Ave. with opener Tim Leland. Admission is $5. The show is open to everyone 21 and older. - News Press Now


"This is Life" - Releasing 5/3/24
"God Fell Silent" - Release Date TBD

Other Work:
Feature on "Anthem of our Upcoming" by Almost Enemies 
Vocals on "The Tragedy" by Tragic Fate
Vocals on "Ghost" by Tragic Fate



I'm a versatile musician whose music spans all genres! I play everything from softer acoustic reggae and folk, to heavier electric punk music with metal screams and a drummer. That all just depends on the venue, crowd, and/or other acts on the bill. I love playing music more than most things and I hope to meet you soon!

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