Tim Myers & His Farmer’s Market Family?

*EXCLUSIVE* Tim Myers from One Republic spends Super Bowl Sunday out with Family

Does Tim Myers have some news to share?

The OneRepublic bassist was snapped enjoying a local farmer’s market with, we’re assuming, his wife and infant daughter in Calabasas, Calif. on Sunday (February 3). If this is the case, we’d like to send out our congratulations to the Myers family!

The musician – who moved to Los Angeles when he was 18 years old and formed the band OneRepublic with Ryan Tedder and Zach Filkins – opened up about his solo career after he left the band in 2007.

Four of his solo songs have been featured on Grey’s Anatomy and in major films such as Friends with Benefits, New Year’s Eve and the upcoming Nicholas Sparks adaptation The Lucky One. His songs have also been featured in myriad television commercials, such as Target and Chase bank.

Tim will release his first solo album titled Technicolor on Valentine’s Day.

“It’s a huge leap for me,” he says. “It took four years (to make). I want it to go gold. But after success with OneRepublic, I’ve come to terms with being an indie artist with success not in the mainstream. I’m OK with fans of indie music enjoying it.”

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  1. Mike

    I looked up some of Tim’s music on YouTube and wow was I pleasantly surprised! Tim’s music seems to represent a world we would all love to live in, as his views transcend our current reality, while also being reminiscent of a happier past. It must have been difficult for a man of this type of creativity to exist within One Republic and their darker tones. Perhaps good will someday become mainstream and the darker tones will move down stream. ~ Be light and there will be light my friend!

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