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June 1, 2018


Jim Trick



”His gentle and authentic stage presence combined with awesome songwriting make for a delightful show.”- No Depression Magazine
“Jim has a real gift of bringing a room together when he performs.        His positive energy and captivating music engages the audience!         His music carries a universal flow of emotions and experience that         we can all identify with.”- Anya Zakiewicz, Simple Gifts Coffeehouse
                                                          “Listening to Jim Trick’s songs and voice are like getting a hug from an old friend. A friend that knows you well. His music lets me take off my armor and feel welcomed into a world where I know I’m understood, not alone, and truly invited into. Wonderful stuff.”  - Mary Lou Lord
Imagine a joyful, sincere, and magnetic experience where an entire audience feels like they are connected through a blend of alternative folk, thoughtful pop, and spoken word. Boston has welcomed Jim with open arms as a frequent guest lecturer and solo artist at the Berklee College of Music, where he was featured in a performance entitled “An Evening with New England’s Top Songwriters”. Jim traveled 10,500+ miles all over the United States, and performs regularly at iconic venues such as Club Passim, Godfrey Daniels, Cafe Lena, The Me&Thee Coffeehouse, Berklee’s Cafe 939 and the New Moon Coffeehouse, just to name a few.  He has shared the stage with Ellis Paul, Brooks Williams, Susan Werner, Martyn Joseph, Christopher Williams, Antje Duvekot, Vance Gilbert and John Gorka. Influenced by Neil Finn, Bruce Cockburn, John Gorka and Charles Bukowski, Trick takes his guitar down a path of percussive, intricate, and ethereal ranges, creating well thought-out melodic support for carefully crafted lyrics.