Solo artist Tim Karr grew up in Montreal, Canada and soon became a young veteran of the Canadian music scene.

After years of playing clubs and hockey rinks in bands like Seahorse and Marked Cross, a wandering spirit and a desire for new challenges led him to Hollywood, California.

His first album was released on EMI records, and the single, "Rubbin' Me the Right Way", raised more than a few eyebrows as well as made charting to #1 on some Canadian radio playlists.

In 1997, after parting ways with his management company and record label, Karr released "Everybody Bleeds".

In 2005 came Triggerdaddy: Stereosonic Meltdown. Monster players include Gilby Clarke, Johnny Griparic (Slash's Snakepit), Muddy Stardust (L.A. Guns, Starfuckers, Gilby Clarke Band), Brian Tichy (Billy Idol), Eric Singer (Kiss), Teddy Zig Zag (Guns n' Roses), Ryan Roxie (Glamnation, Slash's Snakepit, Alice Cooper), Chad Stewart (Faster Pussycat).

Karr's music has been described as early Jagger, Lennon, Bowie influenced. "Classic songs with a contemporary edge." From guitar driven rock to finely orchestrated ballads, Karr's voice whispers with a passionate, bluesy delivery.