I’m sure the term “the new Bob Dylan” has been a phrase thrown all too liberally around music industry boardrooms since the day after the first Bob Dylan release. And I’m not going to be as crass and boring to say that Tim Easton should be awarded such an honorific. But if you like His Bobness, then there is plenty that you will love Easton’s music…

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