Meet Tim Lerch


Tim Lerch- Guitar & Vocals – Currently one of the Pacific Northwests busiest guitarist Tim plays regularly with Lee Oskar and Friends, The John Stowell Tim Lerch Duo, Danny Vernon and the DeVilles, Bassic Saxx, Hot Rod’s Blues Revue, Kenny Blues Boss Wayne, The Hitmen and The Edsels as well as playing shows as a Solo Artist. A sought after session guitarist, Tim records frequently in Seattle and Vancouver. In addition to his playing schedule Tim is also a well respected and popular teacher with a busy schedule of private lessons, classes and workshops. Recent new activities include Instructional Videos for and For those players who don’t live near Seattle Tim is now offering private online lessons. Tim has had the very good fortune to study with Ted Greene, Joe Diorio, Lenny Breau, Joe Pass, Jimmy Wyble and Ron Eschete. Over the years Tim has shared the stage and/or recorded with the following performers: Harmonica Virtuoso and founding Member of War, Lee Oskar, John Stowell, Robbie Buchanan, Michael Creber, The Diamonds, Little Anthony, The Platters, The Coasters, The Drifters, Chuck Berry, Dell Shannon, Brenda Lee, Richie Havens, Duke Robillard, Ron Eschete, Ken Filiano, Ravi Coltrane, Gary Marshall (Kenny Rankin), Sheldon Gomberg (Rickie Lee Jones), Allan Dysart (The Young and The Restless), Julie Wolf (Ani DeFranco) Bruce Day (Pablo Cruise) Marty Jourard (The Motels), Dan Tyack (Asleep at the Wheel), Bounce The Ocean (Private Music recording artists), Ben Smith (Heart), Demo recordings with staff songwriters at Motown Records, Staff Guitarist for Kitchen Sync Productions (Baywatch, The Wonder Years, Zamp Niccal and the Mirror) Numerous one hit wonder bands from the 50s and 60s.

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Listen to Tim play many of the Blues Lesson pages from Lessons/Blues



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