Jim "JAMO" Flynn has been playing drums for his whole life. In High School he joined a rock band called “London Fog” which worked the Central Jersey area scene and the band went on to do a TV commercial for the Boy Scouts in 1969. Jim earned the song writing credit for scoring the music for the spot. While in high school Jim started doing recording sessions for Venture Sound Studios in Hillsborough, NJ - the recording studio of Gladys Knight & the Pips’, Barry Miles, Bazooka, and many other popular groups. He later joined country & rock band “Bittersweet” and recorded an album called “High in the Wild” in 1971, and the band had a successful 5 year run on the up and coming 70’s jersey rock scene. Jim went on to do a host of studio recording sessions and wrote numerous commercials, jingles, and radio music spots for corporate clients. Later on Jim played many "one-nighters" with jazz great Harry Leahey, Jim Long, & others. He joined “Breakfast of Champions”, a full time jazz, rock, and funk working band with whom he traveled the New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania lounge and club scene for a number of years. After “Breakfast”, Jim went on the road as a hired professional, touring through 37 states recording and playing with a multitude of touring acts. Currently Jim does work for a host of local recording studios and has performed live with acts such as “BB and The Stingers”, “Johnny Charles”, “Big Daddy and the Wildcats”, “The Blues Brotherhood”, ”Plainfield Slim”. Country oldies favorite “Carl Van Camp” , "Who's your Daddy", and rock bands “Can’t Stop Now”, ”Too Stupid to Quit”, “Jamo”, “Bill Kutzman Band” and “The American Roots All-Stars", “Kind of Blue”, and is a permanent member of the Tracy Lee Band. Jim also lends his talents to molding others as one of the area's best drum instructors.