Timothy Wheater

Timothy Wheater is credited for playing saxophone on Never Gonna Cry Again, and worked with Annie and Dave for 3 years often appearing in their videos and live performances.

Tim Wheater - award winning composer, flautist, vocalist, performer and public speaker has for many years presented his acclaimed inspirational music all over the world. With over a million miles travelled he has lectured and performed in theatres, festivals and stadiums in many major cities, as well as holistic centres such as Esalen, Open Center, The Omega Institute, The Whole Life, New Life and Mind Body Spirit festivals. His music has also been heard and appreciated by millions over the radio and TV airwaves. He has co-presented alongside some of the worlds finest authors, healers and musicians, a veritable who's who including Deepak Chopra, Wayne Dyer, Neale Donald Walsch, James Redfield,John Bradshaw, Julia Cameron, Stuart Wilde, Mathew Manning, Timothy Leary, Eurythmics, Donovan, The Grateful Dead and Sir Simon Rattle. He has performed for Queen Elizabeth, Prince Philip, The King and Queen of Sweden and most recently His Holiness The Dalai Lama. Originally he studied in London, Paris and New York with James Galway, Marcel Moyse and Nadia Boulanger. He is an Associate of The Guildhall School of Music and Drama. With over twenty albums to his credit, several of his CDs have won awards in the United States. "The Yearning" with Michael Hoppe, - CD of the year 1994. "This Earth" with Julia Cameron, - soundtrack of the year 1997. "Afterglow" with Michael Hoppe, - CD of the year 1998. "Incantation" with and produced by David Lord, - CD of the year 1999. He has also performed at fund raisers for organisations such as Greenpeace, World Wide Fund for Nature and Friends of the Earth. In 1988 he suffered a dehibilitating illness as a result of a water poisoning incident in Cornwall, this led to severe paralysis. He healed himself with sound vibrations which led him to discover his singing voice and the secret power of music. Tim's interests include nature, walking, healing, old books, vintage cars, collecting unusual musical instruments and musicology.

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