Known for having broken up as many high school bands as he joined, Timothy Cameron began honing his music by combining elements of folk music with the high-tempo punk influences of Elvis Costello and the Clash. Dubbed by many as folk punk, Cameron relocated to Toronto during the early '90s. Ther, he gathered a following along the bar circuit and occasional coffeehouse. In 2001, Cameron released his debut album, Never Mind the Hyperbolics.
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