Timothy B. Schmit

Timothy B. Schmit Bio, Age, Songs, Family, Daughter, Wife, Young,….

Timothy B. Schmit(Timothy Bruce Schmit)who was born on October 30. 1947 is an American musician, singer, and songwriter. He has performed as the bassist…

Timothy B. Schmit Biography

Timothy B. Schmit(Timothy Bruce Schmit) is an American musician, singer, and songwriter. He has performed as the bassist and vocalist for Poco and the Eagles, having replaced bassist and vocalist Randy Meisner in both cases.

Timothy B. Schmit

Timothy B. Schmit has also worked for decades as a session musician and solo artist. In 1998, he was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as a member of the Eagles.

Timothy B Schmit Career after the Eagles Band| Timothy b. Schmit Bands

After the Eagles Band broke up in 1980, he embarked on a solo career, singing vocals and playing bass for hire during studio sessions.

His voice can be heard on many hits, involved Bob Seger’s “Fire Lake” and Boz Scaggs’ “Look What You’ve Done to Me” “each with Frey and Henley”, Don Felder’s “Heavy Metal (Takin’ a Ride)” (with Henley), and Crosby, Stills and Nash’s “Southern Cross”, where he sang harmony.

He was also a background musician on two of Don Henley’s hit songs, “Dirty Laundry” and “You Don’t Know Me at All”.

He teamed with his predecessor in both Poco and the Eagles, Randy Meisner, along with their mutual Eagles bandmate Joe Walsh, to provide background vocals to the Richard Marx 1987 hit “Don’t Mean Nothing”.

Schmit also performed on the Toto 1983 hit singles “I Won’t Hold You Back” and “Africa”, and the Jars of Clay song “Everything in Between”.

He also played on the 1983 Glenn Shorrock solo album. In 1991 Schmit covered the standard “I Only Have Eyes for You” for the soundtrack of the film Don’t Tell Mom the Babysitter’s Dead.

In 1988 he added background vocals to Sheena Easton’s album The Lover in Me and in 1989 Schmit added background vocals on the Stacey Q single, “Heartbeat”, which was featured on her critically acclaimed Nights Like This album.

Schmit toured with Toto in 1982 and with Jimmy Buffett, in 1983, 1984, and 1985 as a member of the Coral Reefer Band, and coined the term “Parrotheads” to describe Buffett’s fans. He was a member of Ringo Starr and His All-Starr Band in 1992.

In the following year, he contributed background vocals to several tracks on Clint Black’s No Time to Kill CD such as the title cut.

In 1996, he sang on a cover version of The Beach Boys’ song “Caroline, No” on their album Stars and Stripes Vol. 1, with the Beach Boys themselves contributing harmonies.

Schmit (center) and his band performing in 2018In 2000, he toured with Dan Fogelberg; recordings from that tour became a live album, “Dan Fogelberg Live.”

the American Singer sang harmony on the title track of Katy Rose’s debut album, Because I Can, produced by fellow Poco alumnus and Katy’s father, Kim Bullard.

Schmit’s fifth studio album, Expando, was released on October 20, 2009. In May 2012, he was awarded an Honorary Doctorate of Music from Berklee College of Music.

His latest album, “Leap of Faith” was released on September 23. 2016, the first release of an Eagles member since the death of bandmate Glenn Frey in January 2016.

Timothy B. Schmit Young | Timothy B. Schmit Early Life

He was born in Oakland, California. Timothy was raised in Sacramento and started playing in the folk music group Tim, Tom & Ron at the age of 15.

That group evolved into a surf band called the Contenders, then changed its name to the New Breed “the Breed”. As the New Breed, they had one big radio hit: the Animals inspired(Green Eyed Woman) which was released in 1965. Changing its name once again to Glad, the group recorded the album Feelin’ Glad in 1968.

In 1968, Schmit auditioned for Poco but was turned down in favor of founding member Randy Meisner. When Meisner quit the band in 1969, Schmit replaced him on bass and vocals.

He appeared in nine of Poco’s studio albums and two live albums between 1969 and 1977, composing numerous songs.

He wrote and was the lead singer on the song “Keep on Tryin’,” Poco’s biggest hit single to that point, peaking at number 50 on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1975. Apart from Poco, he also contributed vocals to Firefall’s 1977 hit, (Just Remember I Love You.)

The musician also sang backing vocals on the Steely Dan albums Pretzel Logic, The Royal Scam, and Aja. Also, she sang backing vocals on(Never Let Her Slip Away), a top 5 UK hit for Andrew Gold in 1978, along with Brock Walsh, J.D. Souther, and an uncredited Freddie Mercury.

Timothy B. Schmit Age

Timothy Bruce Schmit is an American musician, singer, and songwriter. He was born on October 30. 1947, in Oakland, CA.

Timothy B Schmit Family

Timothy Bruce was born to his parents, Danny Schmit(Father) And Janey Schmit(mother). There is no available information about his siblings but will be updated soon.

Timothy B. Schmit Wife | Timothy B Schmit First Wife | Timothy b Schmit Wife Death

He is now married to his second wife, Jean Cromie, whom he married in 1983. He has three Kids Owen (daughter), Jeddah (daughter) and a son Ben. One daughter is from his first marriage while the other two kids are from his second wife.

Timothy B Schmit Net Worth

Тіmоthу В Ѕсhmіt hаѕ аn еѕtіmаtеd nеt wоrth оf $15 mіllіоn dollars as of 2019.Не mаkеѕ mоѕt оf hіѕ іnсоmе wіth hіѕ mајоr саrееr аѕ а muѕісіаn, аnd ѕіngеr, but hе аlѕо еаrnеd frоm bеіng а ѕоngwrіtеr.

Не еаrnеd wеll bу реrfоrmіng wіth а grоuр nаmеd Росо аnd hаѕ wrіttеn оnе аmоng іtѕ bеѕt-ѕеllіng ѕоundtrасkѕ. Іn thе уеаr 1977 аnd lаtеr оn hіѕ еаrnіngѕ іnсrеаѕеd аѕ hе turnеd аѕ а bаѕѕіѕt, аѕ wеll аѕ а vосаlіѕt, fоr а fаmоuѕ grоuр nаmеd Тhе Еаglеѕ.

Timothy соntіnuеd реrfоrmіng wіth Тhе Еаglеѕ еvеn tіll dаtе. Whіlе Тhе Еаglеѕ wеrе brоkеn uр, thіѕ ѕіngеr еаrnеd ехсеllеntlу bу lаunсhіng а саrееr іn thе fоrm оf а bасkіng vосаlіѕt аѕ wеll аѕ а ѕеѕѕіоn muѕісіаn, аnd іt turnеd ѕuссеѕѕful.

Ніѕ mеlоdіоuѕ vоісе саn bе hеаrd оn mаnу trасkѕ bу Воb Ѕеgеr, Ѕtееlу Dаn, Dоn Неnlеу, Воz Ѕkаggѕ, Ѕtіllѕ, аnd Nаѕh, Сrоѕbу, аnd Rісhаrd Маrх. Тhе ѕіngеr’ѕ rесеnt ѕоlо аlbum еntіtlеd “Ехраndо,” gоt rеlеаѕеd іn thе уеаr 2009.

Тіmоthу В Ѕсhmіt іѕ оnе оf thоѕе muѕісіаnѕ whо knоw hоw tо wоrk соllесtіvеlу іn а grоuр аnd hоw tо ѕuссееd іn hіѕ ѕоlо саrееr аѕ wеll.

Тhіѕ іѕ bесаuѕе hе wоrkеd ехсеllеntlу whіlе іn а grоuр nаmеd Росо аnd thе Еаglеѕ. Вut whеn іt gеtѕ dіѕbаndеd, hе dіd nоt fееl dіѕарроіntеd аnd lаunсhеd hіѕ ѕuссеѕѕful ѕоlо саrееr.

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Tenure with the Eagles
In 1977, he joined the Eagles after the Hotel California tour, once again replacing Randy Meisner on bass/vocals after Meisner quit.

Although the Eagles are thought of as a quintessential California band, Schmit is the only member of the group to actually be a native of California.

On the 1979 album, The Long Run, Schmit co-wrote and sang lead vocals on the song “I Can’t Tell You Why”. The band later broke up in 1980 and reunited 14 years later in 1994, with Schmit singing the lead vocals on “Love Will Keep Us Alive”, on the reunion album Hell Freezes Over.

In 2007, the Eagles released a new album, Long Road Out of Eden. He continued to be part of the Eagles lineup along with Don Henley, Glenn Frey, and Joe Walsh until Frey’s death in 2016.

Timothy B. Schmit, I Can’t Tell You Why

Timothy B. Schmit So Much In Love

Timothy B Schmit Take It To The Limit

It is a song by the Eagles from their fourth album “One of These Nights” from which it was issued as the third single on November 15. 1975.

It ranked Number 4 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 and was also the Eagles’ greatest success to that point in the UK, going to Number 12 on the charts. Billboard ranked it as the position 25 songs for 1976.

The song was written by Eagles’ members Randy Meisner, Don Henley, and Glenn Frey. Meisner, who sang lead on it, says the song began as his solo composition.

As it remained unfinished when the time came for the One of These Nights album to be recorded, Henley and Frey assisted Meisner in completing it.

Meisner’s performance of the song was popular with the audience in Eagles’ concerts, but disputes over his reluctance to perform it would also directly lead to Meisner’s departure from the band.

Timothy B Schmit Injury

He had gone through surgery for throat and neck cancer following the band’s show on 12th November 2012. Fortunately, that seemed to take care of the problem as his assistant put it, “He does not need to have chemo or radiation. Now he just has to keep an eye on things every month for about a year to be sure it stays away, and then not so often.”

Schmit followed up with an update of his own at his official website, calling himself “way past due in expressing my sincere gratitude for the outpouring of getting well wishes I’ve received.”

Of course, he has been a little distracted with what he called his(disheartening) health problems; fortunately, after a three-night hospital stay, he was back on his feet and on the mend.

“My voice is coming along nicely, and as many of you know, I was able to perform with the Eagles just before the new year,” he pointed out. “So All is good. The brief synopsis is: I discovered a problem and took care of it; simple as that.”

In fact, Schmit is already looking toward the future. “I love my work, and plan on doing it for as long as possible,” he assured fans. “I’m chipping away at a new solo album, and I wouldn’t be surprised if you hear of more Eagles action in the near future.”

Timothy B Schmit Foot

Timothy B. Schmit Beats Cancer, Earns Clean Bill of Health

We learned of Schmit’s cancer diagnosis last month when his assistant told a fan site that he’d undergone surgery for throat and neck cancer following the band’s show on Nov. 12.2012.

Fortunately, that seemed to take care of the problem — as his assistant put it, “He does not need to have chemo or radiation. Now he just has to keep an eye on things every month for about a year to be sure it stays away, and then not so often.”

Of course, he’s been a little distracted with what he called his “disheartening” health problems; fortunately, after a three-night hospital stay, he was back on his feet and on the mend.

“My voice is coming along nicely, and as many of you know, I was able to perform with the Eagles just before the new year,” Schmit pointed out. “So … All is good. The brief synopsis is: I discovered a problem and took care of it; simple as that.”

In fact, he’s already looking toward the future. “I love my work, and plan on doing it for as long as possible,” Schmit assured fans. “I’m chipping away at a new solo album, and I wouldn’t be surprised if you hear of more Eagles action in the near future.”

Timothy B Schmit Songs List | Timothy B. Schmit Eagles Songs | Timothy B. Schmit Songs

Timothy B. Schmit songs 

Stayin’ Alive(1977)

How Deep Is Your Love(1977)

Too Much Heaven(1979)

Massachusetts(1968)

Night Fever(1977)

More Than A Woman(1977)

To Love Somebody(1967)

You Should Be Dancing(1976)

I Started a Joke(1968)

Don’t Forget To RememberCucumber Castle ·

1970You Win Again(1987)Love Will Keep Us

Alive(1994)Wish You Were Here(1989)

Rest Your Love On Me(1978)Islands in the Stream(1998)Melody

Fair(1969)Tragedy(1979)

Jive Talkin(1975)

First of May(1969)

New York Mining Disaster(1941)

How Can You Mend a Broken Heart(1971)

Nights on Broadway(1975)

Run to Me(1972)

Words(1977)

So Much in Love(1984)

Love You Inside Out(1979)

For Whom the Bell Tolls(1993)

Alone(1997)

Love So Right(1976)

Fanny(1975)

Big Bottom(1984)

Heartbreaker(1998)

Timothy B. Schmit He’s Dead. It’s Unbelievable’

Timothy B. Schmit on Glenn Frey: ‘He’s Dead. It’s Unbelievable’

“Everybody is still processing it,” the bassist says of Eagles bandmate’s death. “But part of processing it is carrying on”

Eagles bassist Timothy B. Schmit opened up about the death of bandmate Glenn Frey in a recent interview with Rolling Stone. “He’s dead. It’s unbelievable,” he says. “It didn’t happen that long ago. Everybody is still processing it. But part of processing it is carrying on.”

“[The Eagles] haven’t done anything since he passed,” Schmit continues. “Nobody’s really doing his songs unless there’s a tribute show once in a while. But I do hear it on the radio. Just now, I stopped thinking about it every day, but I think about this whole thing often. When you started talking about it, I was startled to the fact that he’s really gone.”

The veteran singer-songwriter and former Poco member also said the Eagles will maintain their commitment to appear at this year’s Kennedy Center Honors show, held in Washington D.C.

“We were supposed to be there last year, and it was announced, but we had to back out because of Glen’s illness,” Schmit says. “We had no idea that his illness would get to a dire state, but it did. [The Kennedy Center] kept their promise and postponed until this year. We’re going to do it without him.

“If you’re honored, you sit up pretty close to the President, and watch the show, and watch other people do their take on your work,” he says of the event.

“It’s unbelievable. Who would’ve thought?” The 2016 Kennedy Center Honors – also set to recognize Al Pacino, Mavis Staples, James Taylor and Argentine pianist Martha Argerich – will be held December 3rd and broadcast December 27th on CBS.

Schmit will release his fifth solo LP, Leap of Faith, on September 23rd. He recently debuted the album’s breezy lead single, “Red Dirt Road,” which pays tribute to the soil of Hawaiian island Kaua’i.

“There’s some rich, deep soil there,” he told Rolling Stone. “You have a good chance of growing a plumeria tree by just sticking a branch of a plumeria into the ground. It’s unbelievable.

That was the motivation. It’s a song about trying to enjoy your life. You can go about your daily business and see it from sunup to sundown – and see it in the best light possible, too – and then just enjoy yourself.”

Timothy B. Schmit Poco

Schmit teamed with his predecessor in both Poco and the Eagles, Randy Meisner, along with their mutual Eagles bandmate Joe Walsh, to provide background vocals to the Richard Marx 1987 hit “Don’t Mean Nothing”.

Schmit also performed on the Toto 1983 hit singles “I Won’t Hold You Back” and “Africa”, and the Jars of Clay song “Everything in Between”.

Poco is an American country rock band originally formed by Richie Furay, Jim Messina, and Rusty Young. Formed following the demise of Buffalo Springfield in 1968, Poco was part of the first wave of the West Coast country-rock genre.

The title of their first album, Pickin’ Up the Pieces, is a reference to the break-up of Buffalo Springfield. Throughout the years Poco has performed in various groupings and is still active.

Timothy B. Schmit Playin’ It Coo

Playin’ It Cool is the debut studio solo album by Timothy B. Schmit, the bass guitarist and co-lead vocalist for the Eagles. The album was released in 1984 on Asylum in the United States and Europe.

The album features guest appearances from Don Henley, Joe Walsh, Steve Lukather, Carl Wilson, J.D. Souther, and Rita Coolidge.

Timothy B. Schmit “Love Will Keep Us Alive”

“Love Will Keep Us Alive” is a song written by Jim Capaldi, Paul Carrack, and Peter Vale, and produced by the Eagles, Elliot Scheiner, and Rob Jacobs.

It was first performed by the Eagles in 1994, during their “Hell Freezes Over” reunion tour, with lead vocals by bassist Timothy B. Schmit. This is the last single to feature Don Felder, who was terminated from the band in 2001.

Although the song was never formally released as a single in the US, and thus was not eligible to appear on the US Billboard Hot 100 under the rules then in place, it spent three weeks at number one on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart in early 1995 and reached number 22 on Billboard’s Hot 100 Airplay chart.

In the United Kingdom, “Love Will Keep Us Alive” was issued as a single and peaked at number 52 on the UK Singles Chart.

Aside from being on the album Hell Freezes Over, the song appears on the Eagles’ box set, Selected Works 1972-1999 and the 2003 compilation album, The Very Best Of.

Paul Carrack recorded the song for his 1996 album, Blue Views; it also featured on his 2006 compilation album, Greatest Hits – The Story So Far.

In 2011, Paul Carrack and Timothy B. Schmit recorded the song in London with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and released it in the UK on the Carrack label.

Timothy B. Schmit ‘Leap of Faith’

Hear Eagles’ Timothy B. Schmit’s ‘Leap of Faith’ Album

A mix of Americana, California country, bluegrass, rock and soul, this new solo music served as catharsis after Glenn Frey’s death

I’m never prepared for the weight of this room. . . or for hanging out with an Eagle,” Jack Ingram told the crowd halfway through this week’s Americana Honors & Awards ceremony, minutes after sharing the onstage podium with Timothy B. Schmit.

Like Don Henley, who hit the same stage last year to perform a song from the solo album Cass County, Schmit was in town not only to honor the newest generation of roots musicians but to whip up attention for his own music.

He’s been working on his newest record, Leap of Faith, for years, finding time to poke and prod at its 11 songs — all originals, and all featuring the familiar voice of the Eagles’ resident flower-child folksinger— during gaps in the Eagles’ tour dates.

Things went slowly until this January, when Glenn Frey’s passing left Schmit at home, shocked and in desperate need of musical distractions. He recorded Leap of Faith there, in a home studio once planned as an art space for his wife.

With the Santa Monica Mountains in the distance and a patch of state-protected Californian wilderness stretched outside the front door, Schmit created a soundtrack for that sort of pitch-perfect American landscape, mixing bluegrass, Cajun, rock, Seventies soul and California country into the same tracklist.

Leap of Faith is an Americana album, in other words, delivered by an elder statesman who’s been laying the brickwork for Americana’s existence since the 1970s.

Schmit is no newcomer. No cosmic-cowboy wannabe. Rather than focus on proving his country credentials, he sticks to the Schmit-in basics on Leap of Faith, singing the songs with a gentle, unhurried voice that’s more tailored to peaceful easy feelings than life in the fast lane.

Released today, Leap of Faith marks Schmit’s first solo release since 2009’s Expando, which found him welcoming Van Dyke Parks, Graham Nash, Dwight Yoakam, and others into his home studio.

Parks makes a return appearance this time around, playing accordion on the bluegrass tune “Red Dirt Road,” while Al Jardine’s sons stack their harmonies throughout “The Island,” a Beach Boys-worthy to the Kokomo lifestyle.

Co-produced by Hank Linderman, who helped helm the Eagles’ Long Road Out of Eden, Leap of Faith is the first Eagles-affiliated release since Frey’s passing.

Timothy B. Schmit, I Only Have Eyes For You

In 1991 Schmit covered the standard “I Only Have Eyes for You” for the soundtrack of the film Don’t Tell Mom the Babysitter’s Dead.

“I Only Have Eyes for You” is a romantic love song by composer Harry Warren and lyricist Al Dubin, written for the film Dames (1934) where it was introduced by Dick Powell and Ruby Keeler.

The song is a jazz standard and has been covered by numerous musicians. Successful recordings of the song have been made by Ben Selvin, Peggy Lee, The Lettermen, Art Garfunkel, The Three Degrees, and Rod Stewart, among others.

Perhaps the best known and most acclaimed version is the “otherworldly” 1959 recording by doo-wop artists The Flamingos, which was inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame in 2003, and listed as #157 in Rolling Stone magazine’s “500 Greatest Songs of All Time (2004).”

Timothy B. Schmit Expando

Expando is the fifth studio album released by American musician Timothy B. Schmit. The album was released on October 20.2009, on Lost Highway Records.

It is Schmit’s first studio album since 2001’s Feed the Fire. Schmit wrote all the songs himself and recorded them in his home studio.

Timothy B. Schmit Toto

Schmit also performed on the Toto 1983 hit singles “I Won’t Hold You Back” and “Africa”, and the Jars of Clay song “Everything in Between”.

Timothy-b-Schmit also played on the 1983 Glenn Shorrock solo album. In 1991 Schmit covered the standard “I Only Have Eyes for You” for the soundtrack of the film Don’t Tell Mom the Babysitter’s Dead.

Toto is an American rock band formed in 1977 in Los Angeles. The band’s as of 2019 lineup consists of Joseph Williams, David Paich, Steve Porcaro (keyboards), Steve Lukather, plus touring members Lenny Castro (percussion), Warren Ham (saxophone), Shem von Schroeck (bass) and Shannon Forrest (drums).

Toto is known for a musical style that combines elements of pop, rock, soul, funk, progressive rock, hard rock, R&B, blues, and jazz.

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