Articles and Interviews
When you first hear Tim Wilson's voice on either of his two Capitol Nashville CDs or as a frequent guest on national morning radio shows "John Boy and Billy" or "The Bob and Tom Show" it's likely you'll conjure up a mental image of a 60-year-old redneck with a Jethro Bodine-like sixth-grade education. It's only natural. His voice is as deep as the north Georgia woods and sounds just about as uncultivated. But you'd be wrong. Wilson is only 30-something, and he is a college graduate ...