Tim Eaton

Real Name:
Timothy Eaton Harrower
Canadian singer Tim Eaton first gained notice from the music world when he was part of a little-known '60s rock band called the Marshmallow Soup Group. Other members were John Lemmon, Wayne Sweet, Ron "Smack" Smith, and Tim Cottini. During Eaton's time with them, there was one big hit single, "I Love Candy," released November 1969.
By summer of 1971, the Marshmallow Soup Group was no more and Eaton went solo. He put together a band to back him, called Timothy, consisting of Paul Armstrong (drums), Mike Brews (keyboards), Hendrik Riik (bass), and Phil Groves (lead guitar). They released a number of singles that didn't bring about any hits. A couple of years later, Eaton tried again, this time working under the assumed name Buster Brown. His last recording, "Falling Out of Love," was completed in 1974.

Singles & EPs

Tim Eaton - Riverboat Ladies album art Timothy* Riverboat Ladies (Single) RCA Brazil 1972 Sell This Version
75-1108 Tim Eaton - Rock And Roll Music album art Timothy* Rock And Roll Music(7", Single) RCA Victor 75-1108 Canada 1972 Sell This Version