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'''Tim McCord''' (born June 28, 1979, in Sacramento, California) is the current bass player for [[Evanescence]]. He was announced as the band's new bass player after [[Will Boyd]] left in June 2006. Before joining Evanescnece, Tim was mostly known for playing guitar for The Revolution Smile from 2000 to 2004. Tim's older brother, [[Matthew McCord]], is active in the Sacramento indie music scene.
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'''Tim McCord''' (born June 28, 1979, in Sacramento, California) is the current bass player for [[Evanescence]]. He was announced as the band's new bass player after [[Will Boyd]] left in June 2006.<ref>{{cite web|title=Evanescence Set For Fall Tour; Amy Lee Reveals Inspiration Behind 'Sober'|url=http://www.mtv.com/news/1538267/evanescence-set-for-fall-tour-amy-lee-reveals-inspiration-behind-sober/|date=August 9, 2006|work=MTV.com}}</ref> Before joining Evanescence, Tim was mostly known for playing guitar for The Revolution Smile from 2000 to 2004. Tim's older brother, [[Matthew McCord]], is active in the Sacramento indie music scene.
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In 2008, Tim recorded bass on [[Amy Lee]]'s cover song ''[[Sally's Song]]'' and also performed it live with her on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno and El Capitan Theatre in October 2008.<ref>{{cite web|title=Sally's Song Tonight Show (EvanescenceWebsite.com Exclusive)|url=http://www.evanescencewebsite.com/Reviews.php|work=EvanescenceWebsite.com|date=October 14, 2008|archiveurl=http://web.archive.org/web/20081015031702/http://www.evanescencewebsite.com/Reviews.php|archivedate=October 15, 2008}}</ref>
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He co-wrote ''[[Your Love]]'' with Amy, which was performed at ''[[Legends & Lyrics]]'' in early 2009 and remains unreleased to date.<ref>Amy on the song on October 17, 2011: "Your Love" was a song that Tim and I wrote together, originally for a soundtrack that didn't work out.</ref> Later that year, he started writing Evanescence's [[Evanescence (album)|self-titled third album]] at Amy's home in New York.<ref>{{cite web|title=Exclusive: Amy Lee on the New Evanescence Album|url=https://www.spin.com/2010/03/exclusive-amy-lee-new-evanescence-album/|date=March 5, 2010|work=Spin}}</ref> On April 5, 2010, he joined Amy in the studio after she'd been working on the album for two months.<ref>{{cite web|last=Lee|first=Amy|title=GUESS WHO BROUGHT THE ROCK  ((TnT thats who))|url=https://twitter.com/AmyLeeEV/status/11676805415|work=Twitter|date=April 5, 2010}}</ref> On April 20, recordings were suspended and the initial sessions were scrapped at [[Wind-up Records|Wind-up]]'s behest.<ref name="EvClubApril">{{cite web|title=Amy's new blog post on EvClub|url=http://www.evanescencechile.co.cc/index/2010/04/nuevo-blog-de-amy-en-evclub.html|date=April 20, 2010|work=Evanescencechile.co.cc|archiveurl=http://web.archive.org/web/20100503032611/http://www.evanescencechile.co.cc/index/2010/04/nuevo-blog-de-amy-en-evclub.html|archivedate=May 3, 2010|language=Spanish}}</ref><ref name="brokenrecord">{{cite web|last=Lee|first=Amy|title=Cover #4: Baby Did a Bad, Bad Thing|url=https://www.facebook.com/AmyLeeOfficial/posts/1105375239514245|date=December 15, 2015|publisher=Facebook}}</ref> The productions started again in 2011 and ended in July that year, and the album was finally released later that year.
  
 
On November 13, 2018, Tim posted multiple pictures and videos in the studio recording his solo music project.<ref>https://www.instagram.com/p/BqIiqsXnvAQ/</ref><ref>https://www.instagram.com/p/BqIkyhYH4kl/</ref><ref>https://www.instagram.com/p/BqItIa1HFER/</ref>
 
On November 13, 2018, Tim posted multiple pictures and videos in the studio recording his solo music project.<ref>https://www.instagram.com/p/BqIiqsXnvAQ/</ref><ref>https://www.instagram.com/p/BqIkyhYH4kl/</ref><ref>https://www.instagram.com/p/BqItIa1HFER/</ref>
  
 
==Equipment==
 
==Equipment==
Tim uses [http://www.ernieball.com/ Ernie Ball] [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Music_Man_StingRay MusicMan StingRay] basses, [http://www.ampeg.com Ampeg] SVT-4PRO amps and Ampeg 8x10 speaker cabinets.<ref name="About Tim!">[http://www.evthreads.com/showthread.php?p=167001#post167001 Evthreads - About Tim!]</ref>
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Tim uses [http://www.ernieball.com/ Ernie Ball] [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Music_Man_StingRay MusicMan StingRay] basses, [http://www.ampeg.com Ampeg] SVT-4PRO amps and Ampeg 8x10 speaker cabinets.<ref name="About Tim!">[http://www.evthreads.com/showthread.php?p=167001#post167001 Evthreads - About Tim!]. [http://web.archive.org/web/20110710211036/http://www.evthreads.com/showthread.php?p=167001 Archived] from the original on July 10, 2011.</ref>
  
 
==Band Projects==
 
==Band Projects==

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Tim McCord (born June 28, 1979, in Sacramento, California) is the current bass player for Evanescence. He was announced as the band's new bass player after Will Boyd left in June 2006.[1] Before joining Evanescence, Tim was mostly known for playing guitar for The Revolution Smile from 2000 to 2004. Tim's older brother, Matthew McCord, is active in the Sacramento indie music scene.

In 2008, Tim recorded bass on Amy Lee's cover song Sally's Song and also performed it live with her on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno and El Capitan Theatre in October 2008.[2]

He co-wrote Your Love with Amy, which was performed at Legends & Lyrics in early 2009 and remains unreleased to date.[3] Later that year, he started writing Evanescence's self-titled third album at Amy's home in New York.[4] On April 5, 2010, he joined Amy in the studio after she'd been working on the album for two months.[5] On April 20, recordings were suspended and the initial sessions were scrapped at Wind-up's behest.[6][7] The productions started again in 2011 and ended in July that year, and the album was finally released later that year.

On November 13, 2018, Tim posted multiple pictures and videos in the studio recording his solo music project.[8][9][10]

Equipment

Tim uses Ernie Ball MusicMan StingRay basses, Ampeg SVT-4PRO amps and Ampeg 8x10 speaker cabinets.[11]

Band Projects

  • Rings of Saturn - ? (?-?)
  • Double Think - Guitar (?-?)
  • The Revolution Smile - Guitar (2000-2004)
  • Quitter - Bass, Keyboards (2001-2004)
  • The Snobs - Guitar (2005-2008)
  • Evanescence - Bass (2006-present)

Discography

The Revolution Smile

  • At War with Plastic (2000)
  • We Are In This Alone (2002)
  • Above the Noise (2003)

Evanescence

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References