TIM WRITES COUNTRY
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Founded just a few miles north across the Arkansas River from Little Rock, Cheddar Peppers is the latest country music endeavor by lyricist / songwriter Tim Hill. Cheddar Peppers music incorporates an explosion of both American modern country and Southern rock sounds... all beautifully intertwined together. Each song is a musical journey, crisscrossing genres, while still serving up a distinctive southern flavor.
To avoid the plight contained within the music industry, Tim has managed to break down a few of the barriers that confines most independent artists, by utilizing the power of modern technology and delivering his unique style of country music directly to the listener, all without the help of any record label or management company. Cheddar Peppers can be found streaming globally on numerous platforms and has been played by country music fans in over 180 countries. An impressive feat for any unsigned independent artist!
The song 'Coleman Cooler (With a Yeti Sticker)' is the debut single from Cheddar Peppers. It is a happy, high energy, upbeat country music song that invites the listener to get up, dance and sing-along. The title hook is catchy and the chorus will soon have you calling the hogs. The Yeti sticker that is mentioned throughout the song will have the first-time listener jumping to the conclusion that the old beloved Coleman cooler has been adorned with a shiny new promotional decal from another famous ice chest competitor. Unless you have seen the single artwork for yourself, it would be almost impossible to know that the Yeti sticker mentioned in the lyrics is a direct reference to the mythical creature, also known as the Abominable Snowman. The sticker applied to the cooler on the cover art depicts the fictional character Bumble, The Abominable Snow Monster of the North, from the classic 1964 television special, Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer. This was done for amusement and exposes the listener to Tim’s self amusing humor.