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Jim n the Crickets / Press

“Their sound is raw, filthy guitar riffs with chaotic solos, and a country rock feel you wouldn't expect to hear from a Scottish band”

“blew the audience and judges away”

“Jim N The Crickets hail from Dumbarton, Scotland. Their sound is, in a nutshell, “guitar gone rogue”. And combined with impassable bass, drum and vocal, their music is unforgettable”

“Three-piece act Jim N The Crickets are in line to win the incredible prize after becoming the only Scottish group to reach the semi-final stage of the Hard Rock Rising competition”

“Jim n The Crickets are preparing to do the country proud in a global battle of the bands competition”

“Jim N The Crickets hail from Dumbarton, Scotland. Their sound is, in a nutshell, “guitar gone rogue”. And combined with impassable bass, drum and vocal, their music is unforgettable.”

“Different style. Very refreshing!”

T Dawn - Beyond the Dawn Radio

“Jim n The Crickets ... the kind of raw, edgy, rock n roll just waiting to be heard .. so go ahead give them a listen .. again & again & Again !!!”

John Todd - 90.1 FM KKFI

“Jim n the Crickets came out on top in a final which was totally brilliant, and had the added bonus of being judged by Bruce Watson and Jamie Watson from Big Country, Derek Forbes formerly of Simple Minds and now with Big Country, Forth 1′s Paula Whitelock and Mark Martin.”

“gotta be one of the best names in the world for a band!”

Stevie Bee - SM-Radio

“retro 70′s rock”

Stevie Bee - SM-Radio

“Band set for big year”

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