Jimmie Inch is a singer/songwriter who has been performing for the past 14 years. His musical career began in his hometown of Glace Bay on Cape Breton Island in eastern Canada. He has toured across Canada and has played venues that range from campfires to bars, and community halls to 15,000 seat arenas. He has played at schools and universities across Canada and at folk festivals such as Folk on The Rocks in Yellowknife, NWT and the Stan Rogers Folk Festival in Canso, Nova Scotia. In 2003 he made it to the finals out of 5000 artists in CBC's national television competition "The Great Canadian Music Dream". 2004 will see Jimmie releasing a new CD in the fall.

Influences

John Prine, Jimmy Rankin, Bruce Guthro, Bob Dylan, Spirit of the West, David Gray, Dave Matthews, Dave Gunning.

Bio

Jimmie Inch is a singer/songwriter who has been playing professionally for the past 11 years. His musical career began in his hometown of Glace Bay on Cape Breton Island in eastern Canada. He was a member of the bands Highland Heights and Aspen Grove with whom he recorded two albums. He has toured across Canada and has played venues that range from campfires to bars, and community halls to 15,000 seat arenas. He has played at schools and universities across Canada and at folk festivals such as Folk on The Rocks in Yellowknife, NWT and the Stan Rogers Folk Festival in Canso, Nova Scotia.

After years on the road, Jimmie uprooted in 2000 and moved to Iqaluit, Nunavut in the Canadian arctic where he owns and operates Brickyard Music, an independent recording studio/record label. In 2002, Jimmie released his debut solo album “Where I Want To Be” which features 11 tracks of original music. In 2003 he made it to the finals in CBC's national television competition "The Great Canadian Music Dream".

2004 will see Jimmie moving back to Nova Scotia and releasing a new CD in the fall.

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