Growing up during the heyday of classic rock, Jim had a garage band in the 60s and 70s. Not unusual for the times. During college, he fell into jazz and acoustic music – playing local bars for spending money – switching between bass, electric and acoustic guitars as needed.


Fast forward to Sonoma County where Jim has had the pleasure to play in several locally renowned bands with some of Sonoma’s finest musicians. Jim is continuing this trend with his latest venture into the “country side” with Dry Creek Station.

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