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Judge for Jimmy Lott

Portland, OR
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Portrait of Jimmy Lott
Jimmy Lott is a pleasant surprise waiting to happen. His unpretentious demeanor, and warm personality, doesn’t let on to the fact that he stood on the edge of a revolution. For thirty odd years now he has been writing and singing about the changing world in which he lives. He started out in the mid sixties with songs about Vietnam, the draft, loss of naivety, and the “coming of age” of a generation on the verge of a cultural shift that will probably never be repeated

Jim has played in the presence of such distinguished writers as John Lennon and Bob Dylan. He has performed on a number of well known stages: The Bitter End in New York and Doug Weston’s Troubadour in Los Angeles to name a couple. Jimmy has been signed to two major record labels and has had his songs recorded by multiple Grammy winners such as Ann Murray and Andy Williams. His music has been featured in prime time nationally broadcast television, as well as Don Kirshner’s Rock Concert. Record producers at the highest level have praised Jimmy’s writing ability: Jim Ed Norman, President of Warner Brothers i

Following a ten year absence, during which time he fell in love, started a wonderful family, and moved to the Northwest, Jimmy is now ready to return to the stage. He is in the perfect position, once again, with one hand on the pulse of America and the other around the neck of a guitar