Timothy James Meaney is a singer, songwriter and music producer from Seattle, WA. 


Timothy's love for music began at an early age. His parents would put headphones on him as a six month old while he smiled and "sang along". He was early influenced by a myriad of artists and bands including The Beatles, Earth, Wind and Fire, Rufus & Chaka Khan (Tell Me Something Good is still one of his favorites to this day!), Andre Crouch, Randy Stonehill, Larry Norman, U2 and Crowded House among many others.

Timothy's love for leading worship came early while in Junior High School. Ken "Hutch" Hutcherson saw his gifts and gave him the opportunity to lead worship to his peers. This passion spread fast and after leading through High School, he took on the role of leading his college ministry as well as the younger students in his church, Westminster Chapel in Bellevue. He went on to record his first studio album in 1990 and has released ten more since.

Today Timothy plays up and down the west coast and throughout the world, leading worship and performing concerts. He currently serves at Orcas Island Community Church in Eastsound, WA.

Timothy has performed throughout the United States, Canada, Mexico, several European countries, Japan, Hong Kong, Thailand and the Philippines. He also owns a Creative Design Studio called Meaney Creative where he and his team design and rebrand businesses, churches and bands..

Tim and his wife Tiffany have two sons, TJ (and wife Jess) and Jake (and fiancé Michele) and live in Capitol Hill in Seattle, Washington.

Check out Timothy's newest studio album, My Peace!