About

Tim Neufeld (also co-founder and lead singer of the band “STARFIELD”) is a Christian artist based out of Abbotsford, British Columbia, Canada. He and the Glory Boys (A world-class Canadian bluegrass trio) have shared the stage on cross-Canada tours with artists such as Third Day, and most recently, his worshipfulness, Chris Tomlin.

Starting September 2016, they’re hitting the road on their biggest headlining tour to date, bringing their ‘Worship Hoedown’ to your backyard!

What is “Worship Hoedown” you ask?

It’s a bluegrass inspired night of music and joy… beards, banjos, and blessings for the whole family! A night of corporate worship; with hymns, choruses, original songs, and comedy, geared towards all ages and denominations. It’s Baptists, Pentecostals, Catholics (and everything in between). It’s the local churches coming together to worship in unity, It’s a HOOTENANNY!


ACCOLADES

Tim’s first solo endeavour ‘TREES’, won the 2014 JUNO Award for Contemporary Christian/Gospel Album of the Year, as well as the 2013 Canadian Gospel Music Award for Modern Worship Album of the Year.

Tim’s sophomore album ‘THE JOY’ (a collaboration with ‘The Glory Boys’) released in September 2014 to critical acclaim and earned a JUNO 2015 nomination. The subsequent ‘Joyride Tour’ visited 120 Canadian markets

Tim Neufeld & the Glory Boy’s brand new album ‘HOOTENANNY!’ (released September 16th, 2016) has them picking up right where ‘THE JOY’ and the ‘Joyride Tour’ left off. Supporting the HOOTENANNY! record with a tour of the same name has already seen them visit 41 markets within Canada.

With another 70 Canadian shows on the books, and several weeks of international touring in the planning stages, 2017 is gearing up to be the bands busiest and most successful year to date. Already in 2017, Tim and the Glory Boys have won a JUNO award for “Contemporary Christian/Gospel Album of the Year, as well as “Group of the Year” and “Artist of the Year” at the 2017 Canadian Gospel Music Awards (38th Annual Covenant Awards).

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