Timothy Craig was born in Wisconsin and grew up in Ft. Myers, Florida. His passion for music undoubtedly stems from his father, who put himself through college writing songs and fronting a five piece rock and roll band in the 60's. Surrounded by vintage guitars, classic drum kits, and tube amplifiers, Timothy formed his first band The CT2Express. The band played a lot of gigs, though never outside Timothy's living room. While in college in Gainesville, Florida, inspired by Tom Petty, John Mellencamp, Jimmy Buffett, Bruce Springsteen and Bob Seger. Timothy began writing his own songs. Realizing that the closest music hub was in Nashville, he moved there, put a band together and spent years playing his original music in the clubs and outdoor venues including, opening for Cheap Trick at Nashville's Riverfest. The band also played several shows at the Tennessee State Women's Prison! In February of 2000, Timothy moved to Los Angeles, put a new band together and sang his songs in all the legendary L.A. clubs like The Whisky a GoGo, The Roxy and Club Lingerie. The TCB (Timothy Craig Band) also performed between the Hollywood All-Star baseball game and the Anaheim Angels baseball game at the Anaheim Angeles Stadium. In 2002, after landing various acting roles including the role of "Phil Everly" of "The Everly Brothers" on the NBC television series "American Dreams" (2002 & 2003), Timothy joined the Screen Actors Guild (SAG). In 2009, Timothy and his band were invited to perform in the Star Spangled Celebration in Wisconsin. Other acts in the festival were Gretchen Wilson, Blake Shelton, Kellie Pickler, Jake Owen, Eli Young Band and Kenny Rogers. Currently, Timothy spends time in Ft. Myers, Los Angeles and Nashville. He is a member of The Recording Academy (The Grammy Awards) and is a Sterling Member of the Country Music Association (CMA). Timothy has participated in the 2007, 2008 ,2009, 2012 and 2013 CMA Music Festivals / Fan Fair. He has released six albums and a University of Florida Gator Fight Song single, called "Not Done Yet".