Jim Stricklan is an explorer. His map is filled with chords and compositions charting the great landscape of music.
He’s sung the blues, crossed over to jazz, climbed some rock and covered a lot of country. Behind him are four
hundred songwriting credits, twenty albums, and four decades of sound. Pick your genre. Jim Stricklan was here.
The Stricklan catalogue is a testament to his durability—and more than that, his curiosity.
Those chameleon chords have changed with the whims of this versatile artist.
A self-taught guitarist, Jim began songwriting as a teenager, mirroring the fickle radio waves that,
on any given day, might emit countr y, rock, pop or something entirely new.
It is a gumbo of American music—“Front Room Music”, as Jim calls it — with harmonies emerging from
quiet times and intimate gatherings with friends. Music, he says, is about putting a little more joy in the world.
With performances from clubs and coffee houses to festivals and concert halls, Jim has done just that.
Jim’s catalogue is a voyage of discovery, a body of work echoing where he’s been
without a hint of where he’s going next.
Discover an original American voice—forty years in the making.
Come fly on the strings of Jim Stricklan.
To view the entire catalog of over 20 albums, visit www.frontroommusic.com