|“Live From Transylvania” was recorded on March 28, 2015 at the Sighisoara Blues Festival in Romania. It includes:
Six previously recorded tracks:
Jacqui Juice – Hot Dish (2015 Brown Cow Productions)
I Wonder – Hot Dish (2015 Brown Cow Productions)
Hell or Heaven – Gimme The Jimmys (2011 Brown Cow Productions)
Love Will Find A Way – Gimme The Jimmys (2011 Brown Cow Productions)
You Say You Will – Hot Dish (2015 Brown Cow Productions)
Lose That Woman – Hot Dish (2015 Brown Cow Productions)
Four cover songs:
Can’t hurt Me Anymore is a song written by The Jimmys’ friend and Perry’s long time bandmate, Jim Liban. Always a hit at shows and a bit of a dedication of sorts to Jim.
Cold Women, Lonesome Whistle Blues, and especially Ophelia have long been fan favorites and The Jimmys were elated to get great recordings of each of these songs.
Six-time award winning keyboardist and vocalist, Jimmy Voegeli, leads Wisconsin’s blues powerhouse The Jimmys. When he’s not performing, Voegeli helps out on the family’s fifth-generation old dairy farm. They till 1,500 acres of crop land, milk over 200 Brown Swiss dairy cows; and export embryos, bull semen, and live animals all over the world.
The tight vocal harmonies and powerful horn lines by the Midwest’s best horn section will transport you back to Motown. Add to that the deep pocket by an all Brown Cow Productions’ star rhythm section and you have The Jimmys. Named one of the Top Ten festival acts of 2015, members of The Jimmys have performed with such notable artists as: The Georgia Satellites, Hubert Sumlin, Clyde Stubblefield, The Glenn Miller Orchestra, Youngblood Brass Band, Davina And The Vagabonds and many others. The Jimmys bring the party where ever they go and leave an infectious trail of fans. Whether on a festival stage in front of thousands or in a backroom bar in front of 50, The Jimmys always make you feel like you’re family.
You can find detailed bios for each band member at http://thejimmys.net/bios.
Two-time Isthmus Readers Poll Blues Artist Of The Year (2013-2014)
Two-time Madison Magazine Blues Artist Of The Year (2013, 2015)
Multiple Wisconsin Music Award Winners:
Best Blues Performer
Best Swing/Big Band Ensemble
2016 Blues Blast Music Award nominee for Contemporary Blues Album