Timur Shaov in the author's song stands somewhat apart. Sometimes it is called "singing Zhvanetsky", sometimes compared with Galich and Vysotsky. But he, undoubtedly, has his own original intonation.
It is very difficult to attribute the work of Shaov to some musical direction. He is different. In its musical format, the author's song and rock and roll, romance and ballad, and stylization of urban folklore, and national motifs.
His songs can be heard on the radio "Echo of Moscow" and on the radio "Chanson". He is accepted as his own at the “Old Rock” festival in Yekaterinburg and at the Grushinsky festival. At various times, Mikhail Veller and Victor Topaller, Andrey Maximov and Svetlana Sorokina invited him to their programs, Dmitry Bykov and Lev Anninsky interviewed him. Timur is the winner of such various awards as the “Golden Ostap” and “Chanson of the Year”, the “Golden Feather of Russia” and the award of the Vysotsky Foundation “Bard of Russia”.
His songs are loved by the theater people, they are plot, dramaturgic. Youtube contains hundreds of amateur clips made by grateful listeners for his songs. Timur's songs, like a mirror, reflect our difficult times, and always with the hope that everything will definitely change for the better.
Someone said: “Thank you, Timur, for your songs, they are so different that it’s not boring to listen to them in a row!”
The new program is called “What about Freud?”. The songs from the new album, as always, are diverse in style and theme. There is an evil satire and good "foolishness", there is also an author's song and rock and roll, and even rap. And, of course, in our politicized time, Timur could not help writing about politics. But all this with an inimitable "firm" Shaovsky humor. Together with Timur, his musician friends will come on the scene: Nikolai Grigoriev (guitar), who won the guitar competition held by the Sigma company, and the first prize guitar from the hands of the great guitarist Tommy Emmanuel, and mandolinist Mikhail Mahovich, who is called "golden the mandolin of Russia ".