Tim Hawkins

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Tim Hawkins
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Background information
Occupations Singer, Songwriter, Comedian
Years active 2002-present

Tim Hawkins is a Christian comedian,[1] songwriter, and singer, best known for parodying popular songs, such as Carrie Underwood's "Jesus Take The Wheel"[2] and "The Candy Man", along with stand-up material based on material such as marriage, homeschooling, and parenting. Hawkins has released five CDs and five DVDs of his material since 2002. In 2007, Hawkins began to release his comedy on the Internet, with his videos gaining more than 100 million views on YouTube and Facebook since.

Tim has one brother, Todd Hawkins (his stage manager). He also has a wife and four children, three boys and a girl. He played outfield in college for the University of Missouri.[3]

Independent Releases[edit]

DVDs

  • Full Range of Motion (2007)
  • I'm No Rockstar (2009)
  • Insanitized (2010)
  • Rock Show Comedy Tour (with Bob Smiley & John Branyan) (2011)
  • Push Pull Point Pow (2012)
  • Greatest Hits & Greatest Bits (2013)

CDs

  • Tuna Fish Sandwich (2002)
  • Extremely Madeover (2004)
  • Cletus Take the Reel (2009)
  • Rockshow Comedy Tour (Standup CD) (2011)
  • Pretty Pink Tractor (2011)

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