Sneak Peak of
Jimmy Richardson's last release 'All The Wolves' and his newest release 'Every Beats For You
A passionate songwriter, vocalist, guitarist and musician.
Jimmy began playing guitar at age 13 and never looked back. He has played the Monterey Pop Festival, and been the supporting act for many major bands. These have included Bad English, UFO, Foghat, Frank Marino and Mahogany Rush, Robin Trower, Jeff Healey, Molly Hatchet, Great White, Kings X, Vinnie Vincent Invasion, and Quiet Riot. In the last two years he was the support act for Faster Pussycat and The Two Boys, The Iron Maidens, and Great White – who opened for Jimmy’s show he headlined in Dallas. Jimmy has headlined shows including the Cabo Wabo Cantina in Mexico when Van Halen owned it. He was hired to go down to Cabo two different times for popular weekends and played for the entire week each time. Jimmy has released 6 full-length original albums/CD’s. He produced and funded the production himself. His latest offering is entitled “All The Wolves”. We believe this masterpiece will prove to be his best work to date – deserving to be heard and shared in an exponential way. As well as being an honored and recognized incredible guitarist, Jimmy was also awarded the Gold Seal of the State of California by the State Legislature for a poem he wrote entitled “This Is Our Country”. Another notable achievement of Jimmy’s was when Musician Magazine had a contest looking for the best unsigned band in the country. The judges included Ray Davies from The Kinks and Chrissy Hyndes from The Pretenders. Out of 3500 entrants, Jimmy Richardson won “Best Hard Rock Band in the Country” without a contract. Some of the acknowledgements he has received have been: ‘Early Van Halen meets Led Zeppelin’. This review was by the Orange County register in Orange County California, after a concert with Bad English. The Monterey Pop Festival said Jimmy was ‘stellar!!’ ReverbNation reviewed ‘Umbrella In The Rain’ and said it had to be a big named artist and reviewers were being deceived.