Comedian/Musician Tim Lovelace Signs Endorsement Deal with BlueChip Picks

Nashville, Tenn. (Jan. 31, 2018) — It was announced today that comedian/musician, Tim Lovelace, has signed an endorsement deal with BlueChip Picks. The Knoxville, Tenn. company is known for their superior picks for guitars, mandolins and banjos. Lovelace is an excellent musician, who plays guitar during several of his comedy routines and on media appearances. Lovelace also joins a very elite group of musicians who have endorsements with BlueChip Picks; Mumford & Sons, Zac Brown Band, Ricky Skaggs, Chris Thile, Rhonda Vincent and Easton Corbin Band, to name just a few.

“I am completely sold on BlueChip Picks. When I experienced firsthand these amazing picks, I was spellbound,” explains Lovelace. “The tone and feel is stellar. They are built for speed and durability. To describe them to a non-musician, I’ll use this analogy: it was like I got off a three-speed bicycle and jumped into a blue Ferrari. I am thrilled to endorse BlueChip Picks and represent a company which has such high standards. Thank you to Matthew Goins and the team at BlueChip!”

BlueChip Picks owner, Matthew Goins, adds, “We have known Tim for quite some time and are thrilled that he is endorsing our picks. Although Tim is a comedian, he plays a lot of live music in his performances. Even when he is doing one of his crazy comedy songs, he is still very serious about his music. We are extremely happy to welcome the multi-talented Tim Lovelace to our BlueChip family!”

Catch Tim on his international tour in support of his new Living In A Coffee World comedy project. Living In A Coffee World is available on CD and DVD through StowTown Records and is distributed worldwide by Sony/Provident.

About Tim Lovelace
Tim Lovelace is a multi-talented comedian, musician, motivational speaker and award-winning songwriter, who signed with StowTown Records in early 2017. His first comedy DVD/CD for the label is Living in a Coffee World, which features his inspiring life stories and his expert musicianship. As the host of RFD-TV’s Family Net “The Music City Show,” Lovelace garners millions of viewers and has taped the sixth season. Lovelace is a well-known songwriter who has written numerous hit singles that include three of his own, “Don’t Sit in My Pew,” “Everything That Won’t Be There” and “Side Effects.” He’s a two-time Gospel Music Association Hall of Fame Inductee, Grammy and Dove Awards nominee, Instrumentalist of the Year, won a BMI Citations of Achievement award and was a nominee for a Diamond Award for Comedian of the Year.

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