Tim Krekel & TKO play "Be With You". Tim Krekel performs "All Night Radio" for Jammin at Hippie Jack's Season Transcription. Tim continued to write, perform and play with other musicians. He recorded his next album, Over The Fence, with The Sluggers, and it was released in 1986. Rolling Stone called the Sluggers "a roots-based guitar band that matters". Tim and the Sluggers toured the country for a few years performing with folks like Carl Perkins, the Blasters and Stevie Ray Vaughan.
Genre: Rock: Americana. The bands next release, 1999’s Underground, hit number one in local sales its first week. In 2002 Happy Town was released across the . on the Envoy/FFE label. Tim along with drummer Mike Alger and bassist Rick Harper recorded the CD over the latter part of 2001.
Tim Krekel was a first rate rocker. He had a solo career with albums on Capricorn and Arista. He also played and recorded with his mentor, Jimmy Buffett, and his own band, The Sluggers. Out Of The Corner, backed by The Sluggers, shows the different faces of a performer and a great rock songwriter. This album is the culmination of playing more than ten years with the band The Sluggers. Pure and honest rock and roll! Out of The Corner.
Underground Album is Coe's follow-up to his 1978 album Nothing Sacred. The album was generally criticized as being profane, racist, and crude.
Tim Krekel Orchestra - Soul Season, 2007. I Won't Leave You alone 04:26. I Can't Help Myself 04:34.
Album: World Keeps Turnin', 2006. Tim Krekel plays "Good Stuff" at Hippie Jack's on Memorial Day 2007. asp?PublisherId 110111.