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Helstonbury-pic1-rev2SLIM performed at a special event this weekend hosted by landlords Kim and Simon of The Blue Anchor in Helston to thank musicians for their support with the HELSTONBURY FESTIVAL. Every year the event raises funds to support local charities. This was the 4th show this weekend for SLIM who also filled in on Thursday at The Brook in Plympton for Steve Black & Alan West as well as The Carpenters in Metherell and The Fisherman’s in Looe – all of which were a great success. Slim seems to be going from strength to strength. Take a look at his new ‘family members’ in the photo….. he’s on a roll!

JRandmike-sunstudiospic-rev2Slim is back from a great month touring the USA. He played at Evangeline’s in St Louis, MO, Scottie’s Grill, Texarkana, TX, Fully Stacked, Shreveport, LA, Huey’s Midtown Blues, Brews & Burgers, Memphis, TN and the Pourhouse in Nashville, TN. All venues were well received and welcomed him back. In Memphis he received a particulary good response from the locals and even got kuddos from an old band mate of Elvis! A lot of miles on open roads through cotton fields, Mexican food, a wedding (his son, Stephen & Amber), and good old Southern hospitality. I went with Slim to his old stompin’ ground in Texas, met up with old friends, and generally had a blast! Jayne

SlimCUrev2The latest new release by Slim titled “‘Til The Wheels Fall Off” is out now! A single inspired by legendary musician, Wilko Johnson, the original guitar player of the band Dr. Feelgood, who upon hearing he had terminal pancreatic cancer and only had a few months to live, felt more alive than he ever had. Despite his diagnosis, he continued to perform until a doctor was unexpectedly able to cure him by removing a football sized tumour. “Man, there’s nothing like being told you’re dying to make you feel alive”, says Wilko.
You find the single on ITunes: CLICK HERE It reached #4 on the Blues charts for ITunes on Friday Sept. 11! Help it get to #1 purchasing your download today!

SLIM WITH SLASH, The Rainbow Room, L.A.
Slim-n-SlashBack in L.A. in 2004, Slim had the pleasure of interviewing Slash from Guns N’Roses for a new documentary they were working on at that time. Finally released, the film which is titled, “The Life, Blood and Rhythm of Randy Castillo” is a story of the late legendary drummer who played with Ozzy Osborne, Motley Crue and Lita Ford among other great artists.
Go to: for more info…(and yes, that is Slim – not quite so Slim back then!)

Here is the song “Clemens Farm”. Just click on the image!

“Watching Slim move between a whole host of instruments is quite something – to see this one man band in front of your own eyes makes you appreciate the skill it takes to accompany this type of playing.” – Emily Smith, The Herald, March 7, 2015


I would like to congratulate Slim for reaching #1 ON THE UK AMERICANA CHART on ReverbNation. Please acknowledge his efforts for achieving this humble milestone by going to his FB page and clicking LIKE! That would be terrific! Thanks, Jayne

Artists may have several styles which influences their music, so it is not always easy to define their genre, as is the case with Slim. Some say Americana music shouldn’t be too bluesy and should be more country driven for example. Here is what we found on Wikipedia: Americana, as defined by the Americana Music Association (AMA), is “contemporary music that incorporates elements of various American roots music styles, including country, roots-rock, folk, bluegrass, R&B and blues, resulting in a distinctive roots-oriented sound that lives in a world apart from the pure forms of the genres upon which it may draw.”
It seems they just described Slim’s music to a T! However to be clear, Slim has created his own “Texacana” music style (or “TEXAKANA”). Americana with a Texas roots influence. Just in case you were wondering how his label, TEXAKANA MUSIC came to be.

Slim had the pleasure of entertaining a full house of locals recently at Grill Mix in Carcavelos, Portugal. Thanks to the owners, the staff Raul & Marina, and also Railan Melo the local Brazilian musician, who all made him welcome. Despite the language barrier, there was an incredible response, including from the media, with heart felt requests for Slim to return. This confirms that music truly is our universal language!

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"Slim will suck you in and enrapture you every time you hear him play his unique blend of blues, rock and country music. His gutsy blues slide numbers will blow your mind as will his nostalgic up beat R and B and Country renditions. Slim calls it Texakana I call it fingerpicking good! This one man band is a must see whether your preference is to watch, dance or listen to this master of his craft. Slim was born in Texas and made for the UK. Miss him at your peril!" - Steve G
Member of the Americana Music Association