|©2010 Dan Tyminski.
Known for having some of the best ears in the business, Tim Austin founded the award-winning
Lonesome River Band in the early 80s, recruiting a distinguished list of members that included both Dan
Tyminski and Adam Steffey while piloting the group to the top of the bluegrass world. His Doobie Shea
Studios was originally created as the LRB's studio home, and by the time he retired from the road to
launch Doobie Shea Records it had become one of the industry's top facilities. The label distinguished
itself with top quality and award-winning releases, including Dan's solo debut, Carry Me Across The
Mountain, and when Tim moved to Nashville in 2005, he immediately became one of Music City's most
sought-after sound engineers. In recent years he has served as first-line sound tech for, among others,
Ricky Skaggs, Marty Raybon and the Grand Ole Opry.