Tim is a young dynamic drummer and percussionist born in Mainz, Germany in 1993. He began playing drums at the early age of 4 years old.
Noticing his talent even at this early age, his parents quickly had Tim being professionally trained.
By the age of 12 Tim joined his first band and began to make his mark on drumming history. With inspirations like Mikkey Dee (Motörhead), Scott Travis (Racer x , Judas Priest) and others, Tim
learned how to play the drums with power, accuracy, and timing unmatched by drummers twice or three times his age and people began to notice.
By 16 years old Tim was recruited by the band At Vance (AFM Records) and toured Europe for two years playing many great shows and festivals. This really helped Tim round out all of his abilities
and professionalism to make him a drum force to be reckoned with.
After his time with At Vance Tim continued performing across Germany with various bands. With Tim's powerful rock solid drumming he quickly became in demand for studio work. Like the first
TG-Toneworks, Pentagramm release with such notables as Willy Wagner (Rio Reiser, Xavier Naidoo, Edo Zanki), Leland Sklar (Toto, Phil Collins), Martin Stöck (Pur). Being in such demand and
constantly being asked for lessons, Tim Founded his own drum School (Tightbeat drum school) in 2015.
Tim Breideband was contacted by the legendary German Hard Rockers Bonfire in Dec. 2015 to play the last remaining shows of the Glorious Tour after the departure of Harry Reischmann. Tim's
drumming skills were quickly realized and he was asked to join Bonfire.
Catch Tim Breidband on Tour with Bonfire in 2016 on their 30th anniversary tour across Europe in support of the new release "Pearls" on U.D.R Records.
In late 2016 Tim recorded the drums for the new Bonfire Album “Byte The Bullet“ which was released in March 2017. This album hit the album charts in Germany and Switzerland.
After the release Tim went on tour all over europe with Bonfire to play the "Byte The Bullet European Tour". This tour included around 100 shows in many countries.