musician, singer, songwriter
As seen at…
118 North Wayne, Wayne · 58 York American Restaurant, Hatboro · Bordley House, West Chester · Brittingham’s Pub, Lafayette Hill · Chadd’s Ford Winery · Community Cup Coffeehouse, Rutledge · Diving Cat Studio, Phoenixville · Duffer’s Tavern, Glen Mills · Eagle Tavern, Chester Springs · Fiddler’s Green, King of Prussia · Four Dogs Tavern, West Chester · Grounds For Music, Coatesville · Gypsy Saloon, Conshohocken · J.D. McGillicuddy’s Pub, Wayne · McKenzie Brew House · McSorley’s, Ardmore · Melodies Cafe, Ardmore · New Leaf Club, Bryn Mawr · Northstar, Philadelphia · Redhound Grille, Paoli · Southern Cross, Conshohocken · Stephen’s on State, Media · Tavola, Springfield · The Tin Angel, Philadelphia · Trocadero, Philadelphia · Valley Forge Trattoria · Wilson Farm Park, Wayne · World Cafe Live · WSTW Hometown Heroes…
And soon to be seen at…
No shows booked at the moment.
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Jim Briggs and The Fugitives plays traditional, classic and modern country music, and is best experienced as a four-piece band (Jim with bassist Eric Schreiber, drummer Pat O’Shea and Scot Silver on lead guitar), but is also available as a trio (guitar, bass, and drums). Use the contact form below for help in determining what size band is right for your venue.
This is an original song in the “outlaw country” genre, featuring the full band.
Possibly Johnny Cash’s most famous song. This is a song that even people who can’t name a single country music song can sing along to. This recording features The Fugitives as a trio, with one guitar, one bass and drums.
This song launched Dwight Yoakam’s career. This recording features the full band (including lead guitar).