Born in Geneva, New York, Timothy Diduro learned to play drums at age 5.He played with various local bands during high school.
In 1991, he moved to Orlando, FL teaming up with fellow New Yorkers Eric O'brien and Andrew MacDonald to form the all original rock band, Playground.
Ending a 5 year stint with Playground, Diduro joined another original rock band, The Kill. In 1998.
The Kill won "Kick Start Your Career" - a battle of the bands-style competition sponsored by Motley Crue. Winners of the contest won the opportunity to open for Motley Crue in their respective cities.
In the same year The Kill opened for the Crue, they won the Orlando Music Awards title for best Metal Band.
In early 2004, Skidrow drummer Phil Varone abruptly left the band, leaving them to conduct auditions for his replacement. Timothy Diduro was chosen as Varone's replacement and also appeared in Skidrow's video for the song "Ghost". His time with Skidrow was brief, as he would soon land a spot as the touring drummer for Glam Metal band Slaughter, which lasted until 2011.Diduro has also played with Vince Neil on his solo tours. He can also be found participating in the Rock n Roll Fantasy Camps with such greats as Nicko Mcbrain of Iron Maiden, Dave Mustaine of Megadeth, Steve Morse of Deep Purple, Richie Faulkner of Judas Priest and Vinny Appice of Dio and Black Sabbath.
More recently, Timbo has played with the band "Nirvanna" - a national touring Nirvana tribute, and with Completely Unchained - a national touring Van Halen tribute band.
He is currently planning a new phase in his music career, which is set to launch by early 2023 - so STAY TUNED!
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