Artist Bio

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Jimmy Nick is an old fashion, guitar-slinging blues prodigy who was developing his chops in famous Chicago clubs when he was only sixteen. That time spent at places like The Kingston Mines, Rosa’s Lounge, and Blues on Halstead, combined with his boundless energy and stage presence, has developed him into force that is taking the Chicago club and blues scene by storm. During this short time, Jimmy has won many accolades, including Finalist in the Chicago Blues Guitar Slinger Challenge (2012), winner of the River City Blues Society’s blues competition, competing at the International Blues Challenge in Memphis, and being voted the best band under 21 in 2006 and 2007 by Suburban Life Magazine. Jimmy has also shared the stage with some of the best talent in the industry, including John Mayall, Ted Nugent, Los Lonely Boys, The Bo Deans, Pat Travers, Savoy Brown, Gov’t Mule, Kenny Wayne Shepherd, and many more. In June, 2011, Jimmy Nick released his first album Whisky N’ Rain, which features ten original songs that pull deeply from both his Chicago Blues influences as well as groups like George Thorogood and the Destroyers, ZZ Top and AC/DC. Backed by his band Don’t Tell Mama, which includes Lowell Todd (bass), Joel Baer (drums) and Ben Thompson (Sax), Jimmy Nick combines his massive talent and stage theatrics with high-energy blues and rock and roll for one of the best live shows around.


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Whole Lotta Rosie – AC/DC

Dirty Deeds- AC/DC

The Jack- AC/DC

Night Prowler-AC/DC

House of Jazz – AC/DC

Rocker- AC/DC

Come Together-Beatles

Love me Do-Beatles

Why Don’t We Do It In The Road- Beatles

Maybellene – Chuck Berry

Johnny B. Goode – Chuck Berry

My Ding-A-Ling – Chuck Berry

Let The Good Times Roll – Louis Jordan

Whole Lotta Shakin’ Going On – Jerry Lee Lewis

Bo Diddley’s a Gun Slinger – Bo Diddley

Twist Again – Chubby Checker

Soul Finger – The Bar-Kays

Keep-A-Knockin’ – Little Richard

Madison Blues – George Thorogood

Bad To The Bone – George Thorogood

Who Do You Love? – George Thorogood

Move It On Over – George Thorogood

Who’s Makin’ Love – Johnny Taylor

If You’re Going To Tell On Me – Marvin Sease

Ain’t Studdin’ Ya – Bobby Rush

Get Ready – The Temptations

Real Mutha’ For Ya – Johnny “Guitar” Watson

Hold On, I’m Coming – Sam and Dave

Sweet Home Chicago – Robert Johnson (Blues Brothers)

Mustang Sally – Wilson Pickett

Born Under a Bad Sign – Albert King

Going to Mississippi – Magic Slim

Pride and Joy – Stevie Ray Vaughan

Look at little sister- Stevie Ray Vaughan

Sky is crying- Stevie Ray Vaughan

Old School – Guitar Shorty

Commit a Crime – Howlin’ Wolf

Who’s Been Talkin’ – Howlin’ Wolf

I’m a Man – Muddy Waters

Hoochie Coochie Man – Muddy Waters

Hurts Me Too – Elmore James

Messin’ With The Kid – Junior Wells

My Babe – Little Walter

Best Damn Fool – Buddy Guy

Stay All Night – Buddy Guy

You’re Damn Right I Got The Blues – Buddy Guy

Boom Boom – John Lee Hooker

B.B. King – Don’t Answer The Door

Cocaine Blues – Johnny Cash

Folsom Prison Blues – Johnny Cash

  • Jimmy Nick & Don't Tell Mama

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