February 2017. Jimmy’s new album is now mixed, mastered and ready to pleasure your chakras. Release dates will be coming at you soon. Musicians include some of London’s finest – Evan Jenkins on drums (Neil Cowley Trio), Matt Round on bass (James Morrison, Billy Bragg), Doggen Foster (Spiritualised) and Matt White (Pete Docherty, Temperance Movement) on guitars. The main band sessions were recorded by Grammy-winning engineer, Cameron Craig, who also mixed the album.
October 2016. There’s been a long radio silence from Livingstone Towers this year. The thing is, Jimmy’s been buried away in the basement cooking up a new batch. We are pleased to announce that he re-emerged recently, looking scarred but triumphant. The result is his second album. It’s all recorded, just needs to be mixed and mastered.
Following his October 2014 UK Tour, Jimmy will be playing the Brasenose Arms in Cropredy on November 15th followed by a mini-tour of village halls in Devon from Nov 20th. Details on the Live page.
Jimmy will be back on the road in October for his second UK tour of 2014. Details on the Live page.
Jimmy will be doing a couple of shows in Cornwall on July 24th at Cafe No 8 in Launceston and July 26th at Miss Peapods in Falmouth. Details on the Live page. He will be doing his second UK tour in October for which he’ll have a new EP available and will be releasing a new album early in the new year – details on all this coming soon.
Following the single Desert Song, Jimmy’s debut album, One eye open, one eye closed, was released in March 2013. It was recorded between London and Los Angeles via Nottingham and the Mojave desert on borrowed time in studios, big and small, in lounges, garages, bedrooms, basements and a church.
There’s a lot of buzz about it ….
LOVE MUSIC LOVE LIFE… ‘It’s impossible not to listen to this album all the way through, and the craftsmanship and style is reminiscent of artists such the great Jimmy Webb, Roy Orbison and Neil Diamond. The raw, honest quality to the album is truly an eye (or rather, ear) opener and really is a remarkable piece of work. It would be a sin to not have this incredible musical memoir in your collection’.
MUSIC WEEK… ‘ A refreshingly down-to-earth, beautifully crafted and soulfully uplifting listen, One eye open, one eye closed is most definitely one to have in your collection.