Jimmy Wallace is a multi-talented, dynamic and seasoned musician, songwriter, and artist. This Nashville based, Louisiana native has a wide musical pallet. Classically trained on piano beginning at the age of 8, Wallace became inspired and influenced by the soulful music and sound of many great Rhythm and Blues, Motown players including Billy Preston, Stevie Wonder, Ray Charles to name a few.

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Don't Take My Blanket

by Jimmy Wallace | Working for Peanuts

The Little Red Head Girl

by Jimmy Wallace | Working for Peanuts

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Soulful Southern Roots Music

18 South’s music is created by a wide array of influences. The organic and earthy quality of their sound rings with overtones of Blues, Bluegrass, Jazz and Gospel. It lends itself perfectly to their stripped down acoustic approach that is truly “Americana”. The Band member résumé’s read like an Encyclopedia of Musical History and once you see them live, you’ll know why they are individually some the most well respected musicians on the scene today.

Larry Atamanuik [Drums] and Mike Bub [Doghouse Bass] hold down a deep and unmovable groove behind Jimmy Wallace’s rich vocals and slamming New Orleans Style Piano that in turn gives Guthrie Trapp the opportunity to freely express his fluid and versatile guitar style. With Jon Randall’s mournful tenor vocals and solid guitar playing, the band provides a perfect venue for Jessi Alexander to nail the audience to the wall with her smoky heart wrenching vocals.

For Bookings Contact: Mike Bub 615-210-5618 615-262-1895 olebubby@bellsouth.net

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American Music and Sound

QUOTE: “I have the Nord Electro 2 (73) and the Nord Stage Classic. I purchased the Nord Electro 2 not long after it first came out. I remember setting up the Electro next to my Wurlitzer. I would play the Wurly, then play the Nord. I was blown away by the way the... read more

Jimmy Wallace

We first heard Jimmy Wallace’s tribute to the Peanuts cartoon characters at the Station Inn, Nashville, during Americana Music Festival 2010, capping off a showcase from his other band, 18 South. Little did we realize at the time, that two of our favorite records of... read more

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