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Square n the Jimis

Square n the Jimis

Rock Olympia, WA  US
Tree of Life
Tree of Life
You and I
You and I
Government Denial
Government Denial
Tell Me Why
Tell Me Why
Waterfall
Waterfall

Videos

Square N the Jimi's Oysterfest October 2, 2010

Shows

  • 2011

    Jul 15

    Olympia, WA, US | 1:00pm

    band starts @ 6:30 till 8:30 On the Main stage

  • 2011

    Apr 23

    Olympia, WA, US | 9:00pm

    The Brown Edition feat. Smitty's Guitar Trio (Square and the Jimi's)

  • 2011

    Apr 1

    Olympia, WA, US | 7:00pm

    The Band starts @ 7:00.... dj starts @ 9:00

  • 2011

    Mar 5

    Olympia, WA, US | 7:00pm

    Jimis Rocking out the Lounge

  • 2011

    Feb 26

    Olympia, WA, US | 7:00pm

    at door

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  • Weird Beast (Artist)
    Weird Beast
    Great tunes! Awesome TUBE TONE! Hey Smitty Thanks for all your help! Tube Amps will never DIE! KEEP ROCKIN'

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  • doug and smitty

About

Bio: PLAYING MUSIC FROM THE SOUL OF LIFE,THE JIMI'S WILL REACH INTO YOUR SOUL AND MAKE YOU FEEL LIFE ITSELF...

RECORDING LIVE TO CAPTURE THE IMPERFECTION OF

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new songs coming along///

Press

“From the invitational opener ‘You and I’ to the climatic ‘Brand New Day,’ Square ‘N’ The Jimis’ Walk the Plank is an unusual record of its time and place --- the time of inventing rock stars on TV and the place of the great Northwest. full of guitaristic showcases (as noted rock historian and personal friend Barry Drake says is “when the music mattered”) --- Hendrix-y ballads and nods to Curtis Mayfield era Impressions records, the fusion of heavy rock with the traditional 12-bar blues form in “Down and Dirty,” and artistic risks reminiscent of Jeff Beck’s most exciting work on the “Truth” LP – blended with pre and post-punk ‘70s trans-Atlantic songcraft. Chalked full of saturated lead guitar tones and introspective lyrics, Walk the Plank holds its own and stands out from the crowd in the current Northwest scene. For anyone wondering what happened to guitar-rock and extended jams amongst friends , it is a breath of fresh air. ”

— Sean Weaver, weaver times

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