Jul 26, 2021
On this Jimmy Gnecco interview, Jimmy talks about the Lana Del Rey song “Hey, Jimmy Gnecco,” and the controversy around it, his residency at the Viper Room, working with Brian May & Rick Rubin… “Struggling” vs. asking for help, how his own hard times have motivated him to be a source of healing for others, why viewing yourself as a victim is the worst thing you can do, self-sabotage and how he moved on from this, backstory to songs on his latest LP, making the leap of faith to open his heart and what happened once he did, persistence, patience, letting go of relationships, why “You can’t fix anyone”... and LOADS more cool stuff. VERY intimate and up close look at the story of this incredibly talented artist. You’ll learn a lot from this one - a MUST listen!
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Jimmy Gnecco is an artist who sings, is a multi-instrumentalist & talented songwriter who makes music under his own name as well as under the name “Ours.” Jimmy started playing music in 1988 and formed Ours in 1992. In 1997, he signed to DreamWorks Records and released 2 records with this label. Ours has opened for bands like The Cult, A-Ha, Powderfinger, The Wallflowers, Marilyn Manson, Blue October and Filter. In 2004 Jimmy & Brian May recorded "Someone to Die For,” for the Spider-Man 2 soundtrack. He’s released 6 LPs with Ours, including his most recent release, the self-titled Ours
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