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JIM MITCHELL & THE REPEAT OFFENDERS
Outlaw band of musical gypsies with a killer live show!
Whether blazing thru guitar and steel guitar solos on ORIGINAL country rock songs or bringing it all home on a traditional country ballad these guys can flat git it!
Led by outlaw country singer Jim Mitchell, the Repeat Offenders come from very different musical backgrounds. From country and bluegrass, to southern rock and rockabilly, and in and out of the Nashville and L.A. music scenes for years, the band is known for its vocals and musicianship. After working with many country superstars Jim Mitchell and The Repeat Offenders released their debut album titled “HELLRAISIN’ SON” in late 2006. The band has a loyal following of country, rock, and blues fans throughout the atlantic states region that support the live performances while the internet has allowed for the band’s music to be heard and enjoyed around the world.
Along with the bands original compositions they also draw freely from the old school country and rock n roll world, but Jim Mitchell and The Repeat Offenders are no throwback. The band is a progressive hybrid that calls their sound Rock N Tonk. They are uninhibited and unpredictable, drawing from a wide range of musical backgrounds.
Today the band has matured and toned down it’s rambunctious and misdemeanoring ways of the past and are concentrating more on the music and writing, and are sounding better than ever. With a smokin’ live show and their new album ‘I Wanna Be Free’ set for a 2013 release it looks like 2013 will be a great year for this band of honky tonk survivors
The Repeat Offenders have shared the stage with many country superstars including Marty Stuart, Brooks and Dunn, and John Michael Montgomery, just to name a few. As well as rock and blues acts like The Gin Blossoms and Jeff Healey. The Repeat Offenders are Jim Mitchell on vocals and guitar, Ray Roller on lead guitar, Jack Stanton on steel guitar, Tony Focia on bass, and Luke Carmen on drums