Tymon Dogg is a multi-talented singer-songwriter, fiddler/violinist, guitarist, pianist and poet from England, who is in many ways the Godfather of Anti-Folk (London, England, 1972-1975).
For 40-odd years now, Tymon has been involved in writing and performing music, both in the UK and around the world, and has worked with musicians/artists, the likes of Joe Strummer, The Mescaleros, Mick Jones, The Clash, Paul McCartney, Jimmy Page, John Paul Jones, James Taylor, Justin Hayward, Ian Hunter, Ellen Foley, The Poison Girls, Peter Asher, Glyn Johns, Enrique Morente, Compay Segundo, Malcolm McClaren; including a vast array of the world's finest sessions musicians such as Liam Genockey, Pandit Ramesh Misra, and Salah Dawson Miller. On stage Tymon has performed or supported gigs with such diverse musicians/bands such as: Nico, Richard Dudanski, Roy Harper, The Cramps, Trapeze, Neville Staple, The Fall, Richard Strange, Stone the Crows, Rory McLeod, Charles Hayward, Lol Coxhill, DM Bob & Jem Finer, Orphy Robinson, Hugh Hopper, and Claire Hamill, etc.
Forty-odd years on, Tymon is still going strong with regular live shows, charity event participations and new studio recordings.
On this non-profit unofficial fan site you will find the following sections/pages: a comprehensive biography detailing the career of Tymon, regularly updated news about upcoming live shows and features, a live show archive, discography and albums & singles reviews, interviews, photo galleries, video clips, downloadable MP3's, song tablature and sheet music, stories, various articles scanned from legitimate music magazines, links to other related websites, and other pages relating to specific events in Tymon's career. The site will be regularly updated with recent news and information. If anyone has any further information regarding biography, releases, live shows or such, please send me an e-mail to let me know.
Thanks to everyone that has helped out with supplying me with information regarding Tymon's music - a list of those who have has been added to the "Disclaimer - Thanks" page (if I have left out anyone, let me know as I'm sure I have, sorry). Anyway... enjoy the site!
"When you write a song it's your personal favourite at the time you're writing it. It's difficult to tie yourself down to one because they are all written to reflect an aspect of your life or feelings at any one time...but a song that you can sing in the moment over a long period of time shows that it has its own universal soul." - Tymon Dogg (May 2008 email).