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The new album is out now!!! Check out our listen and shop pages. It’s been receiving a bunch of airplay and some great reviews –
“Clever songs, quirky arrangements, Carr’s genius is to is to meld diverse elements into something quite unique.” – Rhythms Magazine
Also very pleased to announce We are finally back to doing some live shows! Check the gigs page.
Another way to support us is to donate to our Patreon account to help keep us afloat and making music during this difficult time. Everyone who becomes a patron gets instant access to a free, high quality download of our new album. There will also be ongoing exclusive give aways to patrons.
If you would like to make a one off donation rather than becoming a patron you can do that directly through PayPal here
Jimmi Carr is a singer/songwriter from the Blue Mountains in New South Wales. He has released 5 albums and an EP under his own name, including the new album “Second Story”, and 2 releases with his electronic/rock cross over project, Innamech. Jimmi’s music moves through Folk, Blues, Alt-Country, Funk and Rock.
Introducing the Jimmi Carr Band
JCB features Jimmi on vocals and guitars, Tom Pilgrim on bass and Lockie McEwen on drums.
The first single from the upcoming new album “Free Right Now” was played on Triple J’s Roots ‘n’ All program in its first week of release, with presenter Nkechi Anelereviewing the song on Triple J’s Unearthed website. She wrote –
“[Free Right Now] brought a real smile to my face and made my morning as I put this on repeat. The way this song saunters along is fantastic. Rhythmically so exciting and fun the whole thing comes together so masterfully. Bravo!” – 4 and a half stars.
This follows a consistent theme of high praise for Jimmi’s work from the music press. Here are some more examples –
“Jimmi Carr is the real deal. He plays hard, sings with intensity and writes with passion. Give him a listen, you’ll wonder why it’s taken you so long.” – Stuart Coupe (FBI and 2SER Radio)
“It’s comforting to know that there are still some artists taking their craft from the front porch to the studio with such passion and sincerity” – Beat magazine