Recently inking a deal with StowTown Records as their first comedian, the release of Tim Lovelace's new comedy DVD, Living in a Coffee World, features material that is not only hilarious, but also family friendly. The video was recorded at Lee University and covers a plethora of Tim's humorous observations of everyday life. One comedy song tells of him drinking a "freight train espresso"...a monumental mistake!
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Monologue (Spoken Word)
Living in a Coffee World (Live Version)
Black Belt to Black Eye Anti-Bullying Talk (Spoken Word)
Comedy with a Heart| Posted October 06, 2017
Tim Lovelace is a multi-talented, award nominated artist. He can work the keys, strum the strings, tickle funny bones and inspire souls. On May 7, 2017 he recorded his first release with StowTown Records at Lee University in Cleveland, TN. Living in a Coffee World is a combination of his many talents that will make you laugh until you cry, tap your toe and nod in agreement.
For all the coffee lovers of the world, Tim talks (and sings) about what makes the United States tick: coffee and sugar. He also sings a hilarious song about why tomatoes taste different than they used to. Face it, things just aren't as good as they were back in the old days!
The most impactful message Tim relates to listeners comes during "Black Belt to Black Eye Anti-Bullying Talk." He tells a story about a kid who bullied him when he was in elementary school. The story is quite funny, but at the end it gets serious when he calls everyone, especially kids in school, to do something about the bullying that goes on today. He ends the message with the most important words some people will ever hear: "Do not give up on hope. You are valuable, and God made you for a special reason."
The Bottom Line: If you like Mark Lowry, try Tim Lovelace. Not only is he funny, he's got a powerful message.
Song to Download Now:
"Black Belt to Black Eye Anti-Bullying Talk" (Get it on iTunes here.)