Jimmy Kaiser Band
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Jimmy Kaiser Band

Beaumont, Texas, United States | INDIE

Beaumont, Texas, United States | INDIE
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"Spurlock Road CD"

"These guys are truly blazing a hot trail in Texas music. Much like those that went before them like Robert Earl Keen, Pat Green and Cory Morrow. These guys are definitely on a fast track to the top." Rick Star - Texas Rebel Radio
- Texas Rebel Radio


"Spurlock Road CD"

"These guys are truly blazing a hot trail in Texas music. Much like those that went before them like Robert Earl Keen, Pat Green and Cory Morrow. These guys are definitely on a fast track to the top." Rick Star - Texas Rebel Radio
- Texas Rebel Radio


"I'm Gone CD"

"I'm Gone is a great project from a great guy - Jimmy Kaiser. Take it out of your 'Maybe Listen To Later' pile and put it on the air... down the road." Justin Frazell - 99.5 The Wolf, host of Live From The Front Porch, 2005 Texas Music DJ of The Year, My Texas Music - Airwolf Texas Traffic - 99.5 FM - The Wolf


"I'm Gone CD"

"I'm Gone is a great project from a great guy - Jimmy Kaiser. Take it out of your 'Maybe Listen To Later' pile and put it on the air... down the road." Justin Frazell - 99.5 The Wolf, host of Live From The Front Porch, 2005 Texas Music DJ of The Year, My Texas Music - Airwolf Texas Traffic - 99.5 FM - The Wolf


"Jimmy Kaiser "Live At Antone's"

"Pass Me That Bottle tested well in a hurry and is quickly on the rise out here in West Texas." Richard Ferguson - KXOX Radio - KXOX Radio - Sweetwater, TX


"Jimmy Kaiser "Live At Antone's"

"Pass Me That Bottle tested well in a hurry and is quickly on the rise out here in West Texas." Richard Ferguson - KXOX Radio - KXOX Radio - Sweetwater, TX


Discography

DISCOGRAPHY

SPURLOCK ROAD:

In 2003 Jimmy and brother David Lee recorded their debut album Spurlock Road. This album created a pathway into Texas Music and Americana Music not only in Texas but world wide.

Here in Texas:

Nominated for Rising Star Award for the 2004 Texas Music Awards. Two top 25 songs on the Texas Music Chart, “Ringo” and “Best Times”

“These guys are truly Blazing a hot Trail in Texas Music. Much like those, that went before them.
Like Robert Earl Keen, Pat Green, Cory Morrow, these guys are definitely on a fast track to the top.”

Rick Star ~ Texas Rebel Radio

Around the US and other Countries:

Airplay on XM Radio and Sirius which included 5 songs landing them on #16 on X Country Album
Chart. Achieved #19 on the CMA European Chart after being played in Italy, Germany, France,
Sweden, Australia, The Netherlands, Japan and many more. In January, 2005 Jimmy and David Lee
decided to go their separate ways each starting their own bands, this lead to Jimmy releasing his debut album “I’m Gone” in May of 2005.

I’M GONE:

In 2005 and 2006 Jimmy toured supporting his new release “I’m Gone”. This turned out to be a highly successful solo project, with Jimmy getting praise from many different audiences. In 2005 “I’m Gone” CD had two songs listed in the top 100 most requested songs on Radio Free Texas, “Show Me How To Feel” #23, and “I’m Gone” at # 24. Nominated for 2006 Texas Music Awards in these categories: Male Vocalist of the Year, Entertainer of the Year, Album of the Year and Live Band of the Year and Big John Mills was also nominated for Musician of the Year for his work on this project. Jimmy was awarded “Male Vocalist of the Year” at the 2006 Texas Music Awards. Radio Play Continued outside Texas on Sirius and XM Radio as well as in other countries, including #43 on a Country Music Chart in Japan.

"I'm Gone is a great project from a great guy, in Jimmy Kaiser. Take it out of your "Maybe Listen To Later" pile and put it on the air... Down the road."

Justin Frazell ~ 99.5 The Wolf
Host of Live From The Front Porch
2005 Texas Music DJ of The Year - My Texas Music
AirWolf Texas Traffic

LIVE AT ANTONE'S – JIlMMY KAISER BAND - JANUARY 2~ 2007

In January of 2007 Jimmy released "Live at Antone's", which was recorded with his band. This album made some waves immediately. "Pass Me That Bottle" his first single released in February of 2007 was #11 on the Texas Music Chart. In 2007 Jimmy signed a national sponsorship with Coors Brewing Company

2008 TEXAS MUSIC AWARDS – MAY 3, 2008

Nominated for Entertainer of the Year and took home Record of the Year for his live recording of “Pass Me That Bottle”

"Pass Me That Bottle" tested well in a hurry and is quickly on the rise out here in West Texas".

Richard Ferguson KXOX Sweetwater

"100 proof kick ss!"

Eric Wayne
Afternoon Drive DJ - Host of the Red Dirt Radio Hour - 98.5 KVOO
Tulsa, Oklahoma

"It makes me want to cut loose, go out and just have a good time! It's the kind of song that you want to hear 5 o'clock Friday to get your weekend started!"

Lana McCandless, KFLP Floydada

"Jimmy Kaiser is definitely one of Texas' most prolific young singer songwriters and he has proved it, but now, with "Pass Me That Bottle” he has come into his own. Don't Pass on this Great Texas Song! "

Rick Star @ Texas Rebel Radio

Question: What do you do as an artist when you repeatedly hear "Wow! Your live show is so different from your album!"

Answer: Make a live album.

After the release of I'm Gone it seems that Jimmy Kaiser heard that statement often, and it's true. I'm Gone was not indicative of the heart and soul of the band which is best shown at their live shows. To alleviate this disparity, Jimmy Kaiser brought it home to Antone's in Beaumont to record a live album in front of an enthusiastic crowd who had been anxiously awaiting such an event for a long time.

Live at Antone's is a great mix of material from the Kaiser brothers' Spurlock Road album, Jimmy's I'm Gone, brand new material and some smoking covers that are not generally heard in the Texas music scene. From the lead off track, "Best Times," JKB strikes a pace and runs with it throughout the whole album.

The older materialgets the treatment that it deserves including “Galveston Lights”, which winds up being paired on the track with the Marshall Tucker Band’s “Can’t You See,” making it one
of the hottest tracks on the album. The new tracks “Pass Me That Bottle” and “Will You Miss Me”
are well written and expertly performed and deserve attention and respect from the Texas music
community at large. The live version of the song “Show Me How To Feel” shows off not only
Jimmy’s songwriting abilities but the band’s ability to pull them off convincingly. Don’t miss the
cover of “Roadhouse Blues” thrown in to throw the critics off.

Bottom line: Southeast Texas artist and band record a live album to prove to t

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Bio

Growing up in Beaumont, Texas, Jimmy Kaiser was baptized in a richly textured tapestry of Texas singer/songwriters fused with southern rock and blues that would become the foundation of his musical career. Like the legends before him, music flowed through Kaiser’s veins at an early age.

In 2003 Jimmy and brother David Lee released their collaborative album, Spurlock Road, generating a path into Americana music. Spurlock Road received enthusiastic support from numerous Texas stations and claimed #25 and #26 on the Texas Music Chart with singles Ringo, and Best Times. They received radio play on Sirius and XM Radio, as well as stations in Germany, Italy, France, the Netherlands, Sweden and Japan, and a nomination for Texas Music Awards' (Academy of Texas Music) “Rising Star Award”.

In 2005 Jimmy formed his own band and released his debut solo album, “I’m Gone”, with a rigorous, yet highly successful supporting tour that lasted over a year. Receiving accolades and charting recognition for the title track (reaching #24) and “Show Me How To Feel” (#23), the 2006 Texas Music Awards brought Jimmy four more nominations in the categories of Entertainer of the Year, Album of the Year, Live Band of the Year, and Male Vocalist of the Year. Kaiser proudly walked away with the Male Vocalist of the Year award.

Continuing to tour and play over two hundred shows annually, in early 2007 Jimmy signed a national sponsorship with the Coors Brewing Company and answered a multitude of requests from fans and radio supporters to make a live record. For this Jimmy brought it home to Beaumont to record a vibrant album indicative of a performer best known for his live shows.

“Live At Antone’s” combines an arsenal of well-crafted Kaiser originals with a couple of refreshing classic rock crowd pleasers (Marshall Tucker’s “Can’t You See", and The Doors' “Roadhouse Blues”). A backing band of savvy musicians and showmen plus the energy of a passionate hometown audience who had followed Kaiser since the early days, made “Live At Antone’s” worthy of what was to become. The album spawned another popular and well-received single: “Pass Me That Bottle”. Hitting the Texas charts in February ‘07, “Pass Me That Bottle” peaked at #11 and continues to receive widespread airplay throughout Texas and Oklahoma.

Another Texas Music Award followed in 2008 for Record of the Year. The highly applauded ceremony closed with Jimmy Kaiser alongside Gary P. Nunn dueting on the Lone Star anthem, “London Homesick Blues”, receiving a fervent standing ovation.

With a soft-spoken demeanor, youthful good looks, prolific songwriting, a voice that can rock an arena or kindle the deepest emotion, and a band of highly skilled players, Jimmy Kaiser has only begun to scratch the musical surface. The proof lies with over 40,000 hits on his MySpace site (www.myspace.com/JimmyKaiserBand), opening for national acts such as Dwight Yoakum, Mark Chesnutt, Merle Haggard, Asleep at the Wheel, Pat Green, Cross Canadian Ragweed, Kevin Fowler, David Allen Coe, Charlie Robison, and Jack Ingram. Not to mention two Texas Music Awards under his belt. This Texas Tech graduate continues to build a loyal and ever-growing fan base from coast to coast. Like his Beaumont, Texas hometown predecessors Tracy Byrd, Clay Walker, and Mark Chesnutt, Jimmy Kaiser is a talent to be heard and seen.