About Tim Rushlow
Tim Rushlow is a country-based singer/songwriter, best known as a founding member of the band Little Texas. Born at Tinker Air Force Base in Midwest City, Oklahoma in 1966, Rushlow moved with his family to Texas, where he spent most of his youth. By the mid-'80s, Rushlow had begun performing country music with fellow guitarist Dwayne O'Brien around Arlington, Texas. In 1988, after relocating to Nashville, the duo founded the country-rock outfit Little Texas. After signing to Warner Bros., Little Texas released several albums in the '90s, scoring such hits as "Some Guys Have All the Love," "What Might Have Been," and "God Blessed Texas."
By 1997, Little Texas had disbanded, and Rushlow began pursuing a solo career. In 2001, he released his eponymous debut solo album on Atlantic (later reissued as Crazy Life on Scream Recordings), which featured the number eight Top 40 Billboard single "She Misses Him." Rushlow then paired with his cousin, guitarist/vocalist Doni Harris, forming the band Rushlow and releasing the album Right Now in 2003. The cousins next formed the duo Rushlow Harris and released the singles "That's So You" and "Bagpipes Cryin'" for Toby Keith's Show Dog Nashville label in 2006.
After parting ways with Harris, Rushlow released the Ian Eskelin-produced Christian pop album Unfinished Symphony in 2011. In 2014, he returned with the holiday-themed big-band album Classic Christmas. ~ Matt Collar, Rovi