Alabama-native Tim Dugger recently shared his standout EP ‘Signs Of A Good Time’ via Curb Records. The six-song project has been produced by Brandon Hood and is an incredible introduction to Dugger as an artist.
Here we chat exclusively to Tim Dugger to discuss the project further:
How are you finding the response to your new EP?
So far so good .. my fans seem to be enjoying the new music and the numbers are growing so I’d say it’s been pretty positive. This is a weird and tough time for everyone so I hope It’s brought a smile to peoples’ faces.
Can you tell us a little about who you worked with on this project?
Brandon Hood is my producer – he’s a hard worker and loves country music so it was a no brainer that I wanted him to produce it.
What was the writing experience like for this record?
Pretty easy.. I knew what I wanted to say and how I wanted to say it and introduce people to who I am musically and personally, and I think through the songs I wrote on this we were able to do that.
Which song was the most difficult to finish on the EP?
Honestly they were all pretty easy, it was natural, and we just kind of let it happen with songs and musicians… we didn’t wanna get in the way and just let the song do the talking (or singing in this case haha).
What’s your favourite memory from working on this project?
Feeling like my team was 100 percent behind me and excited about what we are doing.. it means a lot to have people who believe in you and the music you make.
Do you have a particular favourite song on the EP?
Ahh, I don’t know, it would be tough to choose just one. I guess it is like having to pick a favorite kid.. even if you have a favorite you don’t wanna say it hahaha.
What are you hoping fans take away from the tracks featured on the record?
That I’m just who I am.. just a country boy from Alabama who loves country music and being able to play it and tell stories and about me through music