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Jim Hoehn is a Milwaukee-based journalist/author/songwriter who has carved out a surprisingly successful niche as a performing songwriter since first stumbling out of the pressbox with a guitar.
As a career journalist - much of it spent as a sportswriter - Hoehn has covered everything from plane crashes to murder trials to the Super Bowl and the Hong Kong 7s rugby tournament. As a source of family editorial pride, he's also the guy who broke the Jeffrey Dahmer story for the National Enquirer.
His latest recording project, "Silhouette of a Fool," includes 10 original songs brought to life under the production guidance of Milwaukee's John Sieger. (Shepherd Express review)
And, check out some of Jim's recent sportswriting for the Associated Press.
Contact Jim via e-mail.
Texas Tour in May
Headed back to Texas for a couple of gigs in mid-May. Down around the coast, then hopefully up to San Antonio or Austin.
- Wed, May 21 - Pirates and Poets, T-Bone Tom's, Kemah, Texas
- Thur, May 22 - Lake Charles PHC, Cooler's Ice House, Lake Charles, La.
- Fri, May 23 - Stingaree Marina, Crystal Beach, Texas
- Saturday, May 24 - House concert, TBA
Opening for Reckless Kelly
Shank Hall, April 3
Just announced. Opening for Reckless Kelly at Shank Hall in Milwaukee, Wis. on Thursday, April 3. Show starts at 8 p.m., tickets $15.
Austin's own Reckless Kelly return with their 8th studio album, "Long Night Moon." The album is the follow-up to 2011's Grammy Nominated "Good Luck & True Love," which took home four Lone Star Music Awards, and sent three singles to #1 on Texas Radio. Produced by band members Willy & Cody Braun, along with Lead Guitarist David Abeyta, Long Night Moon was mixed by Ray Kennedy (Steve Earle, Emmylou Harris), and features additional instrumentation from legendary steel guitar player Lloyd Maines, as well as Bukka Allen (piano, organ) and Jeff Plankenhorn (dobro).
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Party in Parrotdise
Party in Parrotdise - April 12
The Chicago Parrothead Club's annual spring bash at the American Legion Hall in Carolstream, Ill. Featuing Mr. Myers (8:30-11 pm), along with yours truly (6:30-8 pm). Doors open at 6 p.m. Also a Friday night kickoff party with The Disorderlies and Sunday acoustic brunch with Frank Whiting.