THE JIMMY C sound like a band. More accurately, THE JIMMY C sound like a garage-psych-rock band with a customised DeLorean time machine that transports them between the years 1967, 1973 and the present. But THE JIMMY C isn't a band, THE JIMMY C is one man - Jamie Coghill, a musical mad scientist who plays all the instruments, sings all the songs, records and produces all the sounds and even does all the art. THE JIMMY C's music is a quirky and eclectic mix of styles and genres, all done in a fun "retro" style which meant THE JIMMY C was the perfect choice to compose the music for the Hollywood web TV series "The Adventures Of Superseven" - a hilarious retro spy comedy pastiche (think Get Smart/Flying High meets The Man From U.N.C.L.E./The Prisoner) with millions of views on YouTube and a legion of dedicated fans worldwide. Along the way THE JIMMY C have released two very well received garage-pop-psych-rock albums; "Glamour & Fame" and "Orbital Debris" both gaining international attention and favourable reviews. A couple of soundtrack albums, some E.P.s and two albums of four track cassette recordings have also helped THE JIMMY C gather a small but fiercely loyal following.
"Jamie Coghill? But he's just the drummer" you might say - especially if you went out to a pub or club to see a band between the years 1996 and 2014. Well, ask Levon Helm, Phil Collins and Dave Grohl what it's like to be "just the drummer"! Jamie has been "just the drummer" since 1996, playing in bands that came so close to making a splash all over this huge country of ours and even in Europe. Names like "Fez Perez", "The Devilrock Four", "Luxedo" and "Just" are nearly forgotten by all but the most die hard of sticky carpet enthusiasts.