Songwriter Tim Southwick Johnson will perform songs from his recently released CD “Sand County Songs.” The album is based on Aldo Leopold’s famous book A Sand County Almanac.

Tim Johnson is appearing in concert onstage at The Ark on Friday, July 19, at 7:30 pm. Doors open at 7pm. $5 cover at the door.

Tim has performed his original acoustic music in 28 states and is a former member of Mercury/Columbia recording artists Heartsfield. More information can be found about him at

“Historically accurate, musically significant”
Ben Merens, Host of At Issue / NPR Wisconsin Public Radio

“The album’s quite a wonder. Akin to its Leopoldian point of view, an eagle’s eye. The wise humility quietly disarms, and inspires one to slow down and wake up – the geese are striking up the band.”
Kevin Lynch, Writer / No Depression, Shepherd Express

Tim’s down-to-earth original vocals and instrumentals take you to the heart of Leopold’s reflections on Sand County. While his performance is thoroughly engaging, entertaining and often humorous, it remains a reverent, thought-provoking homage to the man who inspired us to see the natural world “as a community to which we belong.”
Bess Arneson, Librarian, Eau Claire WI