L-R: Samuel L. Jackson, Tim Montana / Photo Credit: Richie Gray
NASHVILLE, TN. – (For immediate release) – The Unholy Trinity, a film starring Samuel L. Jackson and Pierce Brosnan, is set to release in 2024 and serves as the feature film debut for Music Knox Records/BBR Music Group/BMG Nashville’s Tim Montana.
Starring in the film is iHeart’s latest On The Verge rock artist, Tim Montana, cast as outlaw Red Benton. The film appearance follows Montana’s release of guitar-heavy, fiery rock anthem ‘Devil You Know‘, The anthem is an electric, guitar-fueled banger, infusing Space Needle-shaking grunge grit with a different kind of frontier poetry, bringing together vivid lyricism, vulnerable melodies, and vicious distortion and is currently climbing inside the top 10 at Rock radio.
ABOUT TIM MONTANA:
For as much as Tim Montana may be known as a wild man (and he certainly is), he really asserts himself as a tried-and-true storyteller. His story has twisted and turned with the unforgiving unpredictability of a Montana winter. He went from a rough youth spent off-the-grid in a trailer powered by a faulty generator to captivating a devout global fanbase, dropping successful independent albums, selling out shows, and earning the endorsement of childhood heroes such as Dave Grohl. At 21-years-old, Tim settled in Music City. He busted his ass and found a way to be heard. He caught the attention of David Letterman who personally booked Montana on The Late Show with David Letterman.
Unlocking a creative chemistry with Billy Gibbons of ZZ Top, their collaborations included “This Beard Came Here to Party,” which served as the anthem for the 2013 World Series champion Boston Red Sox and the Nashville Predators during the 2017 Stanley Cup Playoffs. He co-wrote radio hits for Kid Rock such as “Tennessee Mountain Top” and “Greatest Show On Earth” for 2017’s Sweet Southern Sugar—which bowed in the Top 10 of the Billboard 200. Charlie Sheen espoused his admiration for Tim on social media and wound up directing his music video for “Mostly Stoned.” Following 2021’s Long Shots, Tim let his grunge flag fly, while still telling the kind of stories fans fell in love with in the first place. Now, he infuses Space Needle-shaking grunge grit with a different kind of frontier poetry, bringing together vivid lyricism, vulnerable melodies, and vicious distortion. He’s formally introducing himself on a series of 2023 singles for Music Knox Records/BBR Music Group/BMG, beginning with “Devil You Know,” currently Top 20 at Active Rock radio.