A moment stopped that looks for its sound. The pleasure of finding you again. The dark room that only allows a fleeting ray of light that allows you to open your eyes and greet another magical moment. Tim Scott McConnell, born in Florida in 1958, describes music and words in a sea of great waves, in a corner of your brain makes lucidity and introspection obvious. An eloquent and sensory twelve-string guitar makes the notes slide between stories told in the clandestineness of the troubadour who has traveled all the roads to the limit of his dreams. Songs of darkness and clairvoyance. Active since the mid-eighties, Tim has led bands like The Rockats and The Havalines, toured New York clubs, opened for Bob Dylan and lived in Norway. It's not easy to enter inside, but it's essential, his songs are works of sound architecture to build collateral paths to blues music, his stories define the idiosyncrasy of bluesmen in the twenty-first century. Dare and be ahead of time.