Jim McNeil
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Jim McNeil

Laurel, Mississippi, United States

Laurel, Mississippi, United States
Band Pop Singer/Songwriter


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Newest CD "Give Me My Wings", other releases, Slow Circles. Jim' s song "Catch Me When I Fall"s included on the album "Acoustic Chill" released in 2004 with songs by other artist including: David Grey, Linda Rondstat, Paul Simon, Nickel Creek, The Indigo Girls, DayBreak and Cassandra Wilson; on the Village Square Label


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Mississippi based Singer-Songwriter Jim McNeil keeps adding to his impressive list of accomplishments. His Jazz-tinged, Folk/Rock sty lings are rooted in traditions as diverse as those of Bruce Cockburne, Sting, Dan Fogelburg and the Band. New Web site under construction at http://www.slab500.com/jmcneil

· Released his second solo album "Give Me My Wings"
· His compositions have been featured alongside songs by Sting, Nickel Creek, Paul Simon and David Grey on the compact disc Acoustic Chill
· Had his song "Catch Me When I Fall" recorded and released by the up and coming bluegrass band DAYBREAK
· Won the 2002 MOVA Songwriting Awards
· Won the 1999 Chris Austin Songwriting Competition
· Finalist in 1999 Tucson Folk Festival Songwriting Competition
· Showcased at 1999 LMNOP Music Conference
· Finalist in 1999 Chris Austin Songwriting Competition
· Selected Five Times to perform at the Kerrville Folk Festival's prestigious "New Folk" concerts
· Shared the bill with John Prine, B.B.King, Roger McGuinn and Gary P. Nunn
· Released his solo album "Slow Circles"
· Released a children's album "KidFolk" as a member of the group Lincoln County
· Released "A Christmas Album", a CD of instrumental guitar favorites
· Recorded with Edgar Meyer, Jerry Douglas and Mark O'Connor
· Has had his compositions performed on the Nashville Network
· Been a "Music City News" songwriter's contest award winner
· Been a featured contributor to Campus Activities Programming magazine
· Performed at the "Bluebird Cafe", Nashville's famous songwriters venue
· Showcased at the Carolina Community College convention
· Performed at festivals, colleges and clubs throughout the South