Jimmie Bones is most widely known as the blues and soul influenced roots rock and roller at the piano, organ, harmonica, and backing vocals with Kid Rock and the Twisted Brown Trucker Band as well as being a solo artist, singer/songwriter playing driving piano and delivering greasy, soulful lead vocals as he fronts his band The Snakebit Wanderers. Jimmie’s co-wrotes include ‘Yeah Yeah Yeah’, ‘Better Days’, and ‘You Can’t Take Me’, from the multi platinum Uncle Kracker debut “Double Wide”. Bones also contributed heavily throughout Uncle Kracker’s “Double Wide” on keyboards and backing vocals notably the B-3, Wurlitzer, and backing vocals on the hit single “Follow Me”. Bones has taken his wood shed, street level musical education with him into a career that has found him onstage and in the studio with not only Kid Rock and Uncle Kracker but also Bob Seger, Peter Wolf, Sheryl Crow, Billy Gibbons, R. L. Burnside, Hank Williams Jr., Beth Hart, Mark Farner, Brad Whitford, Derek St. Holmes, Dick Wagner, and many others.
As a singer/songwriter and recording artist Jimmie Bones has completed his debut solo record ‘Snakebit and Wandering’ now available on Funky D Records. Produced by Martin ‘Tino’ Gross, ‘Snakebit and Wandering’ is a mix of Bones’ blues, soul, roots rock and roll influences poured into his gritty singing, playing, and songwriting. Tino Gross and Jimmie Bones are the pair who collaborated on the critically acclaimed R. L. Burnside release ‘A Bothered Mind’ on Fat Possum Records.