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Timothy Bruce Schmit is a well-known musician, singer, and songwriter from America who is best known as the bassist and vocalist of the country-rock bands Poco and the Eagles. He has also worked for decades as a session musician and was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1998.
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Schmit started his career at a young age when he began performing with the rock band the New Breed at local events and nightclubs. In 1968, he auditioned to be part of the music group Poco and started playing bass and vocals. From 1969 to 1977, Schmit appeared in nine music albums and two live albums of the group.
Schmit married his first wife, Noreen, in the 1970s. Together they are the parents of a daughter named Jeddrah, who later became a recording artist. They divorced after living together for a couple of years. Then, he married Jean Cromie in 1983. The couple has a daughter and a son.
Inspirational Quotes by Timothy B. Schmit
I grew up pretty much living in trailer houses. The third and final trailer house was called an 'Expando' because you could actually crank it open from 8 feet to 15 feet wide. It was a virtual palace for my brothers and I.Timothy B. Schmit
Even though I grew up playing folk music - and surf music, originally - I was listening to Motown and Stax on the radio as well. That music always resonated with me.Timothy B. Schmit
I'm good at fitting in, and I think I'm fairly perceptive about moods and psychic environments.Timothy B. Schmit
It took me a while to get an electric guitar and a bass and amps and stuff. Playing the acoustic guitar was much easier and more affordable. But I was always listening to the radio and was interested in all the rock and pop music.Timothy B. Schmit
I'm not a big fan of file sharing. I mean, I've done it quite a lot for other people, where they send me the file, I do it and send them back. You don't get any back-and-forth and exchange and feedback when you do it that way.Timothy B. Schmit