Tim Heintz

Tim Heintz is listed in the credits for the following albums:

Year Artist Album Role
1985 Barren Cross Believe Keyboards
1985 Bryan Duncan Have Yourself Committed Keyboards, Programming
1985 Allies Allies Keyboards
1986 Idle Cure Idle Cure Keyboards
1986 Allies Virtues Keyboards
1987 Crystal Lewis Beyond the Charade Songwriter, Arrangements, Keyboards
1987 Petra This Means War! Programming
1987 Crumbacher Thunder Beach Arrangements, Keyboards, Programming
1988 Bill Baumgart The Kindling Keyboards
1988 Idle Cure Tough Love Producer, Keyboards
1988 Petra On Fire Programming
1988 Jon Gibson Change of Heart Co-Producer, Keyboards
1988 Mark Farner Just Another Injustice Producer, Keyboards
1989 D.O.X. Through the Fire Keyboards
1989 Benny Hester Perfect Songwriter, Arrangements, Keyboards
1989 Liaison Liaison Keyboards
1989 Allies Long Way from Paradise Keyboards
1990 Idle Cure 2nd Avenue Keyboards
1990 Benny Hester United We Stand / Divided We Fall Keyboards
1991 Crystal Lewis Simply the Best Producer, Arranger
1991 Mark Farner Some Kind of Wonderful Keyboards
1991 Stephen Crumbacher Take It In Rhythm Arrangements, Keyboards
1991 Bloodgood All Stand Together Keyboards
1991 Idle Cure Inside Out Keyboards
1992 Uthanda Believe Keyboards
1992 Lanny Cordola Of Riffs and Symphonies Keyboards
1992 Mark Farner Closer to Home Keyboards
1992 Chuckie Perez Universal Producer, Arrangements, Programming, Keyboards
1995 East to West North of the Sky Arrangements, Keyboards

Tim Heintz

Tim Heintz has been a member of:

Chameleon. That truly describes keyboardist/composer Tim Heintz. As an artist, sideman, songwriter, composer, and programmer, Tim has blended his background in jazz, rock, R&B and church music to be known as one of the most versatile musicians in the LA music business.

Becoming known as a go-to session musician during the ‘80s and ‘90s, his work as a keyboardist and synth programmer was always in demand, working for artists as diverse as Jessica Simpson, Al Jarreau, Emerson, Lake and Palmer, Natalie Grant, Aretha Franklin, and Barry Manilow. Tim’s creative efforts also led to him being involved in many projects as an arranger and songwriter. His songs have been recorded by artists such as Lee Ann Rimes (Desperate Housewives Soundtrack), Sara Evans and the Warren Bros (the film “Where the Heart Is”), John Tesh, George Benson and many others. As a film composer, Tim has contributed music to box-office hits like “Enemy of the State”, “One Hour Photo”, and “Gone in 60 Seconds”. Tim has also written, produced, and arranged music for hundreds of TV and radio commercials, Disney and Universal theme parks, and several TV series.

As an artist, Tim released 5 albums during 1987-1992 in what was the fast-growing smooth jazz genre. His song “Dear Jacqui” has remained a standard in that format and is still played on radio stations around the world every day.

While this was all happening, Tim had the honor of touring the world with some of the great artists of our generation. For three years, Tim played keyboards with the legendary singer Chaka Khan, including being her musical director. For several more years, he played with the great Michael McDonald. He also had stints with Boz Scaggs and John Tesh. In 2001, Tim was musical director for the PBS special “Damian and Friends”, a live concert shot in Bucharest, Romania with 150 musicians on stage. In 2003 he was musical director for opera star Denyce Graves’ PBS show “Breaking the Rules” featuring Patti LaBelle and Take 6.

Currently, Tim continues his work as a composer and arranger for music in film, tv, commercials, and CDs, as well as writing new jazz material and modern Christian worship music. He has also started a faith-based organization “Be The Salt”, (http://www.bethesalt.org) to encourage others to assist those in need around the world.

Tim Heintz Bio. (n.d.). Retrieved March 25, 2017, from Tim Heintz website: http://www.timheintz.com/www.timheintz.com/Bio.html

Created by: siremidor on 26-July-2010 - Last Edited by siremidor on 25-March-2017