Jimmy Haggard | Warm Me Up

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Warm Me Up

by Jimmy Haggard

Upbeat modern electric blues with soul - Blues-Rock with a funky edge
Genre: Blues: Blues-Rock
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Jimmy Haggard is an internationally acclaimed blues-rock guitarist, singer and songwriter. Loving all music, Jimmy's music is a mashup of everything he has listened to and experienced in life. When asked what type of music he plays, Jimmy's answer is always the same, "It's all Blues to me."

Jimmy Haggard plays blues-rock fused with hot rock and fusion grooves, covers classic rock, and also performs as an acoustic artist playing blues and folk-rock with a country edge.

Jimmy is from the West Coast (Oregon). He traveled around the United States' West Coast and Midwest, lived in Los Angeles California for over 20 years, landed in Raleigh North Carolina for 10 years (where he started a recording and rehearsal studio) and finally settled in Eugene Oregon, playing in honky tonks, clubs, bars, roadhouses, grange halls, performance halls and festivals along the way. Jimmy has played in a few bands during his travels: Dirt Road, Sweet Rat, Power, Dreamers, Mister B, Rush Street, Hot Bones, The BlueShades, Outlaw Shine and the Jimmy Haggard Band.

Sounds Like: Jimmy Haggard, Luther Allison, Albert King, Otis Rush, Rory Gallagher, Buddy Guy, John Lee Hooker, Canned Heat, Eric Clapton, Muddy Waters, Howlin' Wolf, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Gary Clarke Jr, Rolling Stones, ZZ Top



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