Cris: Regarding your latest album, "Shake, Rattle, And Roll", the title track… normally those words, those lyrics are part of fast-paced, party music. But you made them part of a ballad, and a love song at that. How did that comes about?
Tim Charron: I was in Narragansett, Rhode Island. At the time I didn't have too many love songs. I started writing it and modeled it after the song "Come Over" by Kenny Chesney, kind of that idea of having someone across town that you are longing for, and it all just came out. And for some reason I just gravitated toward the title "Shake, Rattle, And Roll" as a metaphor for love.
(from episode 8 of the Bands To Fans podcast)
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