Blues vocalist Timothea had virtually no time for baby dolls, she was raised fast and was performing when others her age group was preoccupied with pimples and research. Her childhood house was Westwego, LA a hardcore city near New Orleans over the Mississippi River. Simple to navigate, Westwego operates north and south as well as the strategies are called alphabetically from A through Z. Timothea spent lots of time on Avenue A at her aunt’s club, where at age 10 she sang for transformation before the juke package. Her skills had been identified, and by enough time she flipped 12, she’d distributed phases with experienced performers like Earl Ruler, Irma Thomas, Aaron Neville, and Ernie K. Doe. She was 14 in 1966 when she slice her first solitary, “Teenage Prayer,” on Virgel Information. Surviving in the fast street, singing in night clubs and everything, she married double and experienced two sons before her 18th birthday. A proceed to the Western Coast place everything on keep, and after an easy begin, Timothea didn’t record once again until 1981, when she came back to Louisiana. She cranked it up with three one produces: “TOUCH BASE” (1981), “Mardi Gras Party” (1984), and “No Leftovers” (1985) — all on Grand Marshall Information, and made by Earl Ruler. The local strikes kept her active, and she discovered steady function by teaming with Johnny Adams and Walter “Wolfman” Washington. In 1986, her songwriting abilities blossomed when she collaborated with Washington on Rounder Information’ Wolftracks. Another LP by Washington, From the Dark, surfaced in 1987 and included more Timothea/Washington music. The pair known as it quits after 3 years of documenting and executing. Timothea trekked to NEW YORK, worked the night clubs, and sometimes sang overseas. During 1992 she produced her first Compact disc, Twisted Funky & Blue, Washington & the Roadmasters music group supported her in the studio room, combined with the Po Children. It had been a jack-of-all-trades work where she sang, composed, and created every monitor. In 1992, she came back to New Orleans a practiced vet, and documented Goin’ House to Ma Ma in 1994, which proclaimed a new undertaking for Timothea: her very own record label, Blue Spirit Information. All her latest releases have already been on Blue Spirit, including From the institution of Hard Knocks. The label in addition has released excellent items on guitarist Amedee Frederick (Creole Man), and Diane Lotny (Special and Sensitive Abuses). Andy Griggs of True Blues magazine phone calls her “the undiscovered Queen of New Orleans music,” others the “New Orleans Siren”. No matter the label, she’s accurate to the genre, and provides resided what she sings, gives her recordings and shows realism. She packages ’em in at New Orleans night clubs, and has made an appearance on tv in New Orleans and overseas.