DJ, producer and live instrumentalist, Timmy Trumpet is undoubtedly the most explosive performer in the electronic music scene. An award-winning, multi-platinum selling recording artist, Timmy has forged his way to the very top. His breakthrough release Freaks has reigned in over half a Billion streams, accompanying a string of singles to break the 100 million barrier on Spotify alone. From performances on Jimmy Kimmel Live to the most streamed set at Tomorrowland, Timmy is a festival promoter’s headlining weapon of choice.
Timmy’s music career boasts of an extensive resume spanning over twenty years from early beginnings as a classically trained Jazz musician. At the age of thirteen he was named ‘Young Musician of the Year’ before being granted a full scholarship to the Conservatorium of Music, where Sydney Symphony Orchestra’s Anthony Heinrich tutored him. Within two years he secured a position as the leading solo trumpet player in the Australian All-Star Stage Band, taking part in an extensive European tour covering some of the world’s biggest Jazz Festivals.
As a songwriter and producer, Timmy Trumpet refuses to be pigeon-holed releasing music of all flavours, in various genres. “There’s only two kinds of music to me, good music and bad. Hopefully I’m making the good stuff!” – Timmy Trumpet.
The stats don’t lie. Timmy’s discography has exceeded 2.5 Billion streams.
Always up for collaborating with other artists his extensive catalogue features global heavyweights such as Armin Van Buuren, Hardwell, Afrojack, Steve Aoki, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, R3HAB, W&W, ALOK and KSHMR. His debut mainstage performance at Tomorrowland in 2017 is the highest streamed set of all time on the official YouTube channel, with his most recent set also leading the charge in 2022.
Timmy has an impressive international touring schedule, headlining festival performances at iconic events like Tomorrowland, Ultra and EDC. In 2022, Timmy threw out the first pitch for the NY Mets Vs LA Dodgers and performed his track ‘Narco’ while pitcher Edwin Diaz walked out to the mound. The iconic moment clocked over 200 Million views on social media in
48 hours and sent ‘Narco’ to #1 on Spotify’s viral chart in the USA. To add to his impressive list of achievements, Timmy became the first instrumentalist to perform in Zero Gravity, thanks to a partnership between BigCityBeats and the European Space Agency.
When asked if he pinches himself looking back on a career that originated from the humble beginnings of Band Camp and after school Jazz practice,
you only get one response – “We’re just getting started!”.