Soltero is the musical project of songwriter Tim Howard, who currently resides in Brooklyn, NY. Soltero has had several incarnations, including a five-piece band (with trumpet and rhodes) and a four-piece band, as well as solo and duo acoustic lineups. The first full-length Soltero album, entitled 'Science Will Figure You Out,' was recorded with members of the Mobius Band and self-released in August 2001. April 2003 saw the release of 'Defrocked and Kicking the Habit' on Handsome Records. 'The Tongues You Have Tied,' an album recorded winter 2003/04 on reel-to-reel 8-track, was put out on Three Ring Records in June 2004. Soltero's 2005 album, 'Hell Train,' was the first to prominently feature his live band of three years. It was first self-released in March 2005, and then released widely by Three Ring Records in November 2005. Soltero's fifth record, 'You're No Dream,' found Howard returning to the solo recording dynamic of earlier work and was released on May 20, 2008. The band's sixth album, '1943,' was recorded at Junxt Studio in Brooklyn and was selected by French production company Microcultures as a featured project. It will be released in late 2011. Howard graduated from Wesleyan University, Middletown, CT in 2001.