Testimonials

Tim O'Brien is a fine Australian guitarist that combines the fingerstyle magic of Jerry Reed and Chet Atkins with his own unique and individual approach to country, folk, classical and pop tunes.”
Stefan Grossman U.S.A Guitarist & International Touring Artist

Australian Fingerstyle Guitarist Tim O”Brien brings a refreshing, upbeat and innovative approach to
the fingerstyle guitar genre. Get ready for some of the most friendly, entertaining guitar music today -
and get ready to smile!
Adam Rafferty U.S.A Guitarist & International Touring Artist


"I had the pleasure of touring with Tim O'Brien in Australia and came away with a wonderful set of memories from the experience. Besides his terrific chops on the guitar and genuine engagement with his audiences, I can't recall a moment when Tim was not smiling whether on or off stage. I also cannot decide if it was more fun performing an impromptu tune with him in a duet setting or just kicking back and watching his show.”
Richard Gilewitz U.S.A. Guitarist & International Touring Artist


"Tim covers an entertaining and diverse range of guitar music styles and techniques drawn from a lifetime's study and devotion to his craft.”
Nick Charles. Australian Guitarist and International Touring Artist

Tim is an incredibly versatile musician with a repertoire that embraces classical, pop and jazz. No matter what style he’s playing, his exuberance and love for the guitar shines through.
Michael Fix Australian Guitarist and International touring Artist

Hi Tim
I saw you performing, and we’d be happy to have you back for future show
Andrew Hopkins | Manager, Events CBD
Brisbane Marketing

"Tim is an extremely talented guitarist, We look forward to hosting future events presented by Tim O'Brien in the Ipswich Civic Centre and I wish him every success”
Gary Mears. Civic Centre Manager

"Tim O'Brien is recognised locally as a superlative guitarist and musician. Such a joy to listen to Tim's well rounded array of music from many genres woven with exemplary musical expression and technique.”
Michael Bourne - Editor of the Folk Rag Magazine