Tim Feehan

Tim Feehan

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Tim Feehan (born 1957 in Edmonton, Alberta) is a Canadian singer-songwriter, producer, LA area studio owner and mix master.


Tim Feehan graduated from the University of Alberta in 1984 and began his recording/songwriting career quite accidentally when his college band "Footloose" was asked by a local studio owner to record a song he'd written. That song "Leaving for Maui" shot to the top of the Canadian charts, and became one of the most requested songs of the year in Hawaii.

In 1986, Tim entered a songwriting contest sponsored by the legendary producer David Foster (Celine Dion, Whitney Houston) taking first place and signed with Scotti Bros/CBS in Los Angeles where he relocated later that year. The self-titled debut album "Tim Feehan" was released in 1987 and gained five A.R.I.A. (Alberta Recording Industry Association) awards including "Best Pop Performance" and "Producer of the Year". The first single "Where's the Fire" was chosen as the theme song for the Charlie Sheen motion picture debut and cult favorite The Wraith. In 1987, Tim also won the Canadian Academy of Arts & Sciences Juno Award for "Most Promising Male Vocalist".

In the late 1980s, Tim signed with MCA records and released "Full Contact" featuring collaborations with songwriters Bruce Gaitsch ("La Ilsa Bonita" Madonna), Gene Black ("Never" Heart), and Marc Jordan ("Rhythm of My Heart"......
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