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Jimmy Thackery

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Vocalist, songwriter, and acoustic guitar virtuoso Jimmy Thackery carved an enviable market for himself in the wonderful world of electric powered blues. Known for his gritty, blue-collar strategy and marathon concert events, Thackery was for quite some time area of the Nighthawks, among the hardest-working blues pub bands in THE UNITED STATES. By the past due ’80s, he was touring and documenting under his personal name, and getting widespread acceptance in the celebration circuit. His hard-edged, tough-as-nails method of electric guitar playing and his trio’s generating rhythm section retains appeal for supporters of both straight-ahead blues of Muddy Waters as well as the root base rock and roll of Bruce Springsteen and Joe Grushecky. Just like the Nighthawks and Grushecky’s Houserockers, a lot of the materials Thackery performs can properly be known as blues or blues-rock. Hardcore blues like “It’s MY VERY OWN Mistake” and well-known blues-rock chestnuts like “Crimson Home” from Jimi Hendrix are reasonable video game for Thackery & His Motorists, including Michael Patrick on bass and Tag Stutso on drums and vocals. Blessed in Pittsburgh, Thackery grew up in Washington, D.C. In senior high school, he performed in a music group with Bonnie Raitt’s sibling, David, who open him towards the music of Pal Guy; Thackery noticed both Man and Jimi Hendrix perform in Washington, D.C. Thackery became a member of the Nighthawks in 1974, after getting presented to harmonica guy Tag Wenner by fellow guitarist Bobby Radcliff, who was simply then located in D.C. Thackery documented a lot more than 20 albums using the Nighthawks and toured the U.S., Canada, European countries, and Japan. He still left the music group in 1987 and struck from his own, requiring a rest in the Nighthawks’ 300-nights-a-year tour timetable. He formed a fresh music group, Jimmy Thackery & the Assassins, and toured the East Coastline heavily with this music group until they split in 1991. Thackery after that produced a trio, Jimmy Thackery & the Motorists, quickly forging a name for himself in the blues celebration and membership circuit by way of a prolific documenting pace and lots of roadwork. His albums for the San Francisco-based Blind Pig label included Clear Hands Motel (1992), Sideways in Heaven (Jimmy Thackery and John Mooney, 1993), Difficulty Man (1994), Crazy PARTICULAR DATE! (1995), Drive to Survive (1996), Switching Gears (1998), and Sinner Road (2000). The second option added saxophone participant Jimmy Carpenter. In 2002, Thackery authorized on using the blues department of Telarc Information, releasing We FIRST GOT IT in 2002 accompanied by Accurate Tales in 2003, Reside in 2004, and Healin’ Floor in 2005. Switching to Rykodisc, he released In the Organic Condition in 2006, accompanied by Solid Snow on Telarc Information in 2007. Inside Songs appeared a yr later on in 2008, also from Telarc Information. His 1998 recording includes guest shows by Joe Louis Walker, Lonnie Brooks, Chubby Carrier, and Francine Reed, but some of Thackery’s albums will joy fans of challenging, heavy, driving electric guitar playing. For the flavor of his comprehensive mastery of many styles, Get to Survive details on rockabilly, jazz, bebop, and browse music. The majority of Thackery’s albums consist of at least several covers blended in along with his batch of self-penned music.

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Full Name Jimmy Thackery
Profession Singer, Guitarist, Songwriter
Nationality American
Music Songs Drive To Survive, Sinner Street, Empty Arms Motel, Cool Guitars, Whiskey Store, Nice And Warm, Jimmy's Detroit Boogie, These Arms of Mine, Wild Night Out, Trouble Man, It's My Own Fault, Jump for Jerry, Solid Ice, I'll Come Running Back, Blind Man In the Night, Write If You Find Love, Hang up and Drive, Roy's Bluz, Mercury Blues, Feel the Heat, Lickin' Gravy, Levee Prayer, Rude Mood, Jimmy's 'rude Mood', Bayou Boogie, Out of Mississippi, Blues 'fore Dawn, Edward's Blues, Flyin' Low, All About My Girl, I Think I Hear the Rain, Daze In May
Albums Whiskey Store Live, Extra Jimmies, Live in Detroit, Whiskey Store, True Stories, Healin' Ground, The Essential Jimmy Thackery, Guitar


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1 Classmate of David Asman in the same high school in Washington, D.C.
2 Country singer.


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Justified TV Series performer - 1 episode, 2013 writer - 1 episode, 2013

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Tension & Release 2003 Documentary Jimmy Thackery

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