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Heads Up

by Jimbo Scott

"Heads Up" is a rollicking folk anthem for those who are looking for an uplifting stomp and holler tune with strong vocals, ripping fiddle and an infection rhythm.
Genre: Folk: Singer/Songwriter
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Album Notes
On the day that Aretha Franklin died, Jimbo Scott was sitting in his office, trying to figure out how he would honor the legend who had influenced so many vocalists. Attempting to cover one of her songs and posting a video to the internet felt cliche, especially considering that Jimbo was not sure he would be able to do justice to her iconic voice. Instead, he sat down to write his latest single, “Heads Up”

The lyrics share short vignettes of familiar struggles to find friendship, love and self-esteem in a world than can be quick to cut us down. The hook, “It ain’t love if it isn’t for free” communicates a simple but valuable life message - we all deserve love without conditions, from others and ourselves.

“Heads Up” is the first single to arrive in anticipation of Jimbo’s long awaited sophomore album, to be released this fall.

“Heads Up” (2 min 31 sec)
Music and Lyrics by Jimbo Scott
Recorded at Tiny Telephone Studios SF
Engineered by Samantha Perez
Mixed by Samantha Perez
Mastered by Jacob Winick

performed by:
Jimbo Scott - vocals & guitars
Anton Patzner - fiddle
Trent Boeschen - drums
Banjo - Charles Henry Paul
Bass - Tony Robinson



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