Tim Hadler, a native of Washington State, grew up on a farm with a love for music. He jokes that his first audience was the cows he milked. Soon after graduating, he moved to Nashville to pursue his career in music. His musical resume includes the Grand Ole Opry, the Crook and Chase Show, and RFD TV's Midwest Country . Early last year, his debut single made it to #94 on the Music Row Chart and was followed by a later single that made it to #60. His next single, "Running Around" has received great feedback and is projected to keep climbing!
Tim has appeared at and is known for:
The Grand Ole Opry
The Crook & Chase TV show on The Nashville Network
Founder of the Hank Williams Revisited Show in Branson, Missouri
Best Tribute Artist Award for Branson, Missouri *Branson Gospel Singer/Songwriter Assoc. Ozark Spirit Award*
His latest album, “Glad You Made It” Reached #70 in Billboard Magazine’s Heatseeker’s chart
Tim's was a special guest on the show "Speak Up For Our Veterans" that aired May 15, 2015
RFD TV's Midwest Country
A project near and dear to Tim's heart is GUMI CAMP. A patriot at heart, he never sings a show without mentioning the camp and inviting people to come visit. A healing home for American vets, GUMI CAMP is a 258-acre piece of property in southeast east Taney County, Missouri. Veterans that are in need of healing and support may reside without cost to them and grow at their own pace. At full capacity, GUMI will house approximately 30 veterans on a working ranch. Many programs are offered at GUMI, including peer-to-peer support groups, veteran outdoor expeditions, experiencing life on a working ranch/farm, animal therapy, and storytelling.
The second annual GUMI Festival is Memorial Day Weekend 2016, so mark your calendars!
"Like" GUMI CAMP USA on Facebook to watch the tremendous progress taking place, get updates, and learn more about what we can do to help our Veterans who have sacrificed so much for our freedoms. To make a donation please click here to be redirected to the project page on the New Horizons Foundation website.