A Place Somewhere and LifeSongs (which both had limited release a few years ago) were re-released for wider distribution in 2003. Greg Steffen of National Music Marketing handled retail promotion while Ed Bonk of Lazz Promotions worked the radio market. He targeted about 200 radio stations worldwide. A Place Somewhere charted on the ZMR for six consecutive months peaking at #3 in February and #6 in March. LifeSongs charted four consecutive months peaking at #4 in August and #7 in September (click here). So Tim had an album charting on the ZMR for 10 out of 12 months in 2003.
On Tuesday evening March 4, 2003 KCSN Radio in Northridge, CA presented an hour program showcasing the music of Tim M. Kucij. A number of selections were played and there was a live interview with the artist. On Thursday evening November 20, 2003 WMNR Radio in Connecticut showcased Tim's music. And listen to what Jenny at KEOL Radio in La Grande, Oregon says, "Kucij is quite the neo-classical pianist - lots of flowing melodies and not just pretty freeform ivory tinklings. This guy is amazing!"
Digital distribution of Tim’s music started in 2006. His music is currently available for streaming and downloading from most of the principal digital distributors worldwide.
This page will be periodically updated as news happens… stay tuned!
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Now On You Tube - See Links Below!!
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The Scorebook - See Link Below!!
We are thrilled to announce the release of Kaleidoscope in October 2020! This album is a varied collection of some loved classics in a range of genres. Tim's love of music is very eclectic and this collection showcases a little of many styles of music. Click Kaleidoscope to see a sample piece or go to the Hear Now link, which provides a sampling of each track.
Announcing the Release of Our New Single!
We are so excited to announce the release of our new single, "Disney's Electrical Parade Medley"! We've always loved the "Baroque Hoedown", which is the main musical theme of the electrical parade. Such fond memories!! Now we have blended the Parade's "Baroque Hoedown" with a portion of Tim's "The Butterfly Rag". We hope you enjoy this magical trip back to childhood.