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Classic American Songbook Hit Parade and Movie Theme Songs sung and played with Southern Roots sensibilities, and recorded in a church-turned-studio in Charlotte, NC.

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About Jim Wann

Jim Wann, chief composer and leading man for Broadway's (Tony-nominated, Best Musical) Pump Boys and Dinettes, is a music and theatre artist whose work has been performed across America and around the world.

A Morehead Scholar at UNC-Chapel Hill, Jim graduated with Honors in Writing and formed a music club with friends, Cat's Cradle. He migrated to New York City with his first show (co-author, Bland Simpson), Diamond Studs: The Life Of Jesse James, A Saloon Musical , a hit off-Broadway (NY Times: "Yes, yes, a thousand times yes!"), and a pioneering work for actor-musicians from the '70's to the present.

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Pump Boys & Dinettes

Pump Boys & Dinettes

It doesn't merely celebrate the value of friendship and life's simple pleasures, it embodies them....

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Video: Ossabaw Island Family Performance by Jim Wann

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In this video Jim Wann performs a song for the family who negotiated the ownership rights of Ossabaw Island with the state of Georgia.

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King Mackerel & The Blues are Running

Hugely popular in North Carolina and among concert audiences in NYC since the ‘80’s,...

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