Born: February 12, 1948 | Died: June 8, 2009
TIM BALLARD (1948-2009) was a multi-faceted, master entertainer (vocal, saxophone, trumpet) whose career spanned over four decades and delighted audiences on a countless volume of music in many genres, including classic jazz, smooth jazz, soul, R&B (including Motown), rock, and standards. In 2008, Tim was inducted into the Kansas Music Hall of Fame as a member of the former Capitol Records group, Garry Mac and the Mac Truque (Truqued Up! Alive in Concert Capitol Records, 1969).
A 15-year veteran of the Las Vegas music scene, and a music entrepreneur for 46 years, Tim's name graced many major hotel and casino billboards as a headliner, such as Bally's, Mandalay Bay, Caesar's Palace, the Bellagio, Flamingo Hilton, the historic Desert Inn, and the MGM Grand. In May 2003, Tim headlined a two-hour commercial-free concert at the Stardust Wayne Newton Theatre, simulcast on Las Vegas' KOAS 107.5 “The Oasis”. Tim was also featured on the main stage at the former Hotel San Remo for the majority of those years. Finally, Tim served as the Assistant Music Director at both the former Desert Inn and Las Vegas Hilton hotels....
AwardsInductee, Kansas Music Hall of Fame (as member of Garry Mac and the Mac Truque), 2008
Award-winning entrepreneur of one of Dallas' best jazz nightclubs, "Tim Ballard's" - 1981- 1985.
Cover of Texas Jazz, Dallas, TX, 1982
(Dallas) Spotlight Reader's Poll - Best Male Vocalist, 3 years in a row (1982, 83, and 84)
Easy Does ItFarol
This information is provided by discogs.com or the profile administrator.