Jimmy & the Revolvers are one of the UK’s most exciting emerging bands. When they’re not gigging up and down the country making new friends and fans wherever they go, they’re running a monthly club night in their home city of Liverpool as well as finding the time to champion up and coming talent on the scene.
Formed in early 2013, Jimmy & The Revolvers are Jay Rehm on Vocals & Acoustic Guitar, Jordan Wright on Vocals & Bass, Jimmy Moon on Electric Guitar and Ash Michael on Drums. Their debut AA side ‘Aimee’s Song/Frosty’ released in June 2013 became a favourite talking point for the city’s music bloggers and DJs who were drawn to the band’s infectious melodies and harmonies.
More glowing reviews followed the release of their four track EP ‘Sunday Morning’ on New Year’s Eve 2013, which gained airplay across the UK and was chosen as one of BBC 6 Music’s Tom Robinson’s Fresh Faves on his Fresh on the Net website in February 2014. Support slots with Ian Skelly (former The Coral), a brilliant performance at Liverpool Sound City 2014 and international airplay for their last single ‘Whistle For My Love’ added to the buzz around the band and led to them signing with Ugly Man Records, the label responsible for launching Elbow and I Am Kloot.
New Single ‘The Morning Paper’ boasts the infectious melodies, stunning harmonies and huge production we’ve come to expect from Jimmy & The Revolvers. The single was produced by Carlo Variola of Ocean Waves Productions and is included in Variola’s ‘Ocean Waves’ album, a compilation of Liverpool bands.
Tracks written by Jay Rehm, performed by Jimmy and The Revolvers.
“Liverpool quartet channel golden-period Merseybeat with lashings of harmonies, strum, rattle and roll”
“Jimmy & The Revolvers just might be at the forefront of a new Liverpool scene”
“It happened with the La’s, Cast, Space and the Zutons who all had their own twist on the theme but now it’s the turn of Jimmy & The Revolvers”
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31/10, Liverpool, Studio 2 Parr St, – single launch
07/11, Middlesbrough, Spensley’s Emporium, (Diamond Dogs)
09/11, Rawtenstall, Bacup Folk Club,
13/11, Norwich, The Birdcage,
14/11, Great Yarmouth, The Three Tuns,
21/11, Chester, Telfords Warehouse,
29/11, Manchester, Gullivers,
04/12, Birmingham, Actress and Bishop,
05/12, Stockport, The Blossoms,
19/12, Doncaster, awaiting venue name,