Too Slim and The Taildraggers


If Tim “Too Slim” Langford only played slide guitar, he would slither around most other blues guitarists and put a ferocious bite on their pride. However, as the sole six-string slinger, songwriter and lead singer of the power trio Too Slim and the Taildraggers, he is a total force of nature.
In 2013 Too Slim and the Taildraggers released “Blue Heart”. Recorded in Nashville with Producer Tom Hambridge. Blue Heart rose to #3 on Billboards Top Blues Album Chart in 2013. Now with 16 albums and countless gigs, he remains as untamed and menacing as ever.
Too Slim and the Taildraggers latest CD Shiver was nominated for Blues Rock Album of the Year by the Blues Foundation at the 2012 Blues Music Awards in Memphis TN. Too Slim and the Taildraggers last three releases have also charted 20 plus times in the top 10 on Billboards Top Blues Album Charts. Too Slim and the Taildraggers have received Hall of Fame and Lifetime Achievement Awards by The Washington Blues Society, The Cascade Blues Society and the Inland Empire Blues Society. Band Leader Tim Langford has also received numerous Best Band, Best Guitarist, Best Album and Readers Poll Awards from all three Blues Societies and NW Media.
Too Slim and the Taildraggers music have also been featured on MTV’s series, The Real World and Road Rules.
Tim “Too Slim” Langford, with his band the Taildraggers, have created an eclectic style of blues and rock that has become a genre all its own. The bands ever evolving musical direction cannot be classified into any box or category. The eclectic nature of the band allows Too Slim and the Taildraggers to easily crossover and appeal to audiences of various musical tastes.
In 2012 Tim Too Slim Langford relocated from Seattle to Nashville Tennessee. Too Slim is backed by the some of the best musicians Nashville has to offer, Eric “Stretch Hansen on Bass/Vocals and Jeff “Shakey” Fowlkes on Drums/Vocals.

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