Possible Timmins rock anthem?

by Len Gillis

TIMMINS – The crowd at the Summer Concert Series got to hear the second live airing of a song that could become an anthem for this community.

“Let’s Go Timmins,” penned by Daily Press music columnist John Emms and recorded by his band The Shaftmen, was performed by the group during their set Wednesday night in Hollinger Park.

Mike Kentish, business and community liaison for Clear Logic consulting, which has been working with the committees that are co-ordinating the Timmins 2020 project, said the song has the potential of being used as another marketing tool for the community.

Emms, who participated in the Timmins 2020 consultation through the tourism committee, pitched the idea to a couple of the consultants including Kentish.

“We think it’s a fabulous idea and it works into our I’m In campaign,” Kentish told The Daily Press.

He said the idea of doing a casting call and creating a video for the song has been forwarded to the Timmins 2020 branding committee…Read the full release in the Timmins Daily Press

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