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Jim Wilson

Jim Wilson

Jim Wilson


Jim Wilson (born James Wilson, Delaware) is an American guitarist in the band Mother Superior,[1] and previously in the Rollins Band. He is a professional musician known for his soulful vocals and powerful blues-rock guitar work.[citation needed] He also plays guitar and bass with Daniel Lanois. Wilson hails from Delaware, but currently resides in Los Angeles, California. [edit] Biography A founder member of the blues rock trio Mother Superior who as a band have worked with Lemmy Read more on Last.fm
Jim Wilson (born James Wilson, Delaware) is an American guitarist in the band Mother Superior,[1] and previously in the Rollins Band. He is a professional musician known for his soulful vocals and powerful blues-rock guitar work.[citation needed] He also plays guitar and bass with Daniel Lanois. Wilson hails from Delaware, but currently resides in Los Angeles, California. [edit] Biography A founder member of the blues rock trio Mother Superior who as a band have worked with Lemmy, Queens of the Stone Age, Alice Cooper, Meat Loaf, Emmylou Harris, Anthrax, Wayne Kramer, George Clinton, and Iggy Pop. They were also approached by Henry Rollins in 1999 and asked to become 3/4 of the Rollins Band, an offer which they accepted.

Mother Superior has released their eighth studio album Three Headed Dog in 2007. Along with the other members of Mother Superior, Wilson has recorded and appeared with Daniel Lanois in 2006, 2007, and 2011. Wilson has also made live appearances with Sparks, notably in 2008 during the Sparks Spectacular, where they played each of their twenty one albums in its entirety over twenty one nights in London. This year Jim Wilson(2011) just released his first solo album Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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