Jack and Tim, the Father and Son pair and Britain’s Got Talent alumni, have released their Golden Buzzer worthy track ‘The Lucky Ones’ ahead of their UK tour scheduled throughout May and June. Listen here
The track, with its delicately beautiful guitar riffs, and Jack and Tim’s sumptuous harmonies, showcases the talents of this uplifting pair. Their vocals weave and twist around each other throughout the song in a very organic and musical way, and the sentiment of the track perfectly showcases the strength and lovingness of their father son relationship.
Having already had a successful career in music production, including several Major Label No 1 singles and albums, Tim decided to take a break to bring his children up in Rural Norfolk. It was here that he realised that his son Tim had inherited his own keen musicianship and passion for performing. Jack began to learn the guitar, and his talents as a Guitarist and Vocalist quickly became clear.
Shortly after he began busking with his Dad, Jack entered “The Voice Kids” in which he reached the Semi-Finals and had the chance to sing alongside Danny Jones (McFly) live on the show.
This experience paved the way for more opportunities for Jack, and before long he had been cast in Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Award Winning musical “School of Rock” as the lead guitarist “Zack Mooneyham” for a 12 month run.
Directly after this Jack convinced his Dad to apply for Britain’s Got Talent, and the rest (as they say) is history… It was on the BGT stage at the London Palladium that this talented pair first debuted their track ‘The Lucky Ones’, and it was this track that compelled Simon Cowell to press the illustrious Golden Buzzer and send Jack and Tim straight to the Semi-Finals.
Since their time on BGT Jack and Tim have been wowing fans and gaining support with their beautifully honest, and musically superb original songs. They are now readying to release ‘The Lucky Ones’ and are giving fans the opportunity to hear it (alongside many other songs from their repertoire) live, with a run of UK tour dates throughout May and June.
So what can we expect next from this heart-warming and dynamic duo? Well with their new album already in production, and the forthcoming run of UK tour dates, 2019 is set to be the year that these two go stratospheric.