Filename.............: Tim Wilson - Live in Atlanta (2007).avi
Maverick country singer Tim Wilson is known for blending hard-hitting comedy into his songs and performances. With hits such as "The Jeff Gordon Song" and "First Baptist Bar and Grill," Wilson brings his well-loved music back to his native Georgia. A self-described "science experiment for Capitol Records," the renegade Wilson has earned legions of fans who like their comedy a bit rougher around their blue collars.
Timothy Collins Wilson (born in Columbus, Georgia) is an American stand-up comedian and country music artist. His act combines stand-up comedy and original songs. He has released more than a dozen comedy albums, including several for Capitol Records Nashville, and has made frequent appearances on the John Boy and Billy, Big D and Bubba and Bob and Tom Show.
Wilson is a self-described libertarian, and sometimes includes his political standpoints in his comedy routines. He is also the co-writer of comedian Jeff Foxworthy's 1996 single "The Redneck Twelve Days of Christmas", as well as several parodies for the 1980s comedy duo Pinkard & Bowden. Wilson and his frequent co-writer, Danny Simpson, were also credited as a co-writer on Toby Keith's 2007 single "High Maintenance Woman" although Keith wrote the song himself.