Timothy Callaghan


Creative Contributor

At the age of six, Tim Callaghan was given a Gibson copy and a Pignose Amplifier. That was the beginning. At the age of fifteen, he entered a recording studio for the first time and later that evening played his first live gig at The Carousel (now Union Street Station).
Over the next thirty years he’s fronted a litany of bands including Medicine Ball, Fairchild, 74 Marauder, Deep Blue Lake and MC Square. He’s shared the stage with Veruca Salt, Seether, Whitesnake, Billy Squire, Kid Rock and Stone Temple Pilots. He currently owns Temple of Booms Studios. Let’s not forget he is a wicked pisser as a human jukebox around the campfire.