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Jim Hilmar

Jim Hilmar

Americana / Roots Music / Guitar Oriented Bellevue, WA  US
Peach Cobbler (soul version)
Peach Cobbler (soul version)
Pastime Blues
Pastime Blues
Just Because You Can - Doesn't Mean You Should
Just Because You Can - Doesn't Mean You Should


  • 2010

    Mar 6

    Seattle, WA, US | 9:00pm

    Johnny Cash 4th Annual Birthday Tribute


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  • Potion13 (Artist)
    Thanks for the add! Keep up the good work!! Best of luck with your projects!! Cheers from Montreal, Danielle,Potion13
  • Once Upon A Tuesday (Artist)
    Once Upon A Tuesday
    Great classy feel and style here, really enjoy your playing! Best of luck!
  • Eddie Ray Franks Jr (Artist)
    Eddie Ray Franks Jr
    Dropping by to show support and wish much success with your music. Have a great evening and week. Eddie Ray
  • Stanley B. (Artist)
    Stanley B.
    Jim, very nice guitar work, great classic sound. Keep playing that guitar man!
  • Chuck Brunicardi (Artist)
    Chuck Brunicardi
    Wow Jim! "Peach Cobbler" awesome with horns and your incredible guitar riffs. Great writing. Congrats on parallel career. LA best wishes.
  • Ric Nerby (Artist)
    Ric Nerby
    Great songs and great picken Jim!



Label: It's All Good! Records

Bio: I'm a guitar player who is also a radio show host. I grew up in the 1960's and have very eclectic tastes in music. My guitar playing incorporates elements of jazz, rock, blues, country and other forms of American roots music. My favorite musical hybrid is country-jazz and my song "Noodlin'" (fro...See Full Bio

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On my latest tune - "Peach Cobbler" - I'm joined by The Johnny Mercury Horns. It's a fun guitar-powered soul-flavored instrumental.

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Q: Jim Duane Eddy did "Sugerfoot Rag" too

A: You're right - I believe it's from the RCA LP Twang A Country Song.

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