Jimmie Dale Gilmore

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Country-folk singer/songwriter Jimmie Dale Gilmore is best known for his unusual fusion of traditional honky-tonk, Hank Williams-ish country stylings with lyrics influenced by Eastern mysticism and philosophy. Born and raised among country musicians in West Texas, Gilmore grew up in Lubbock, a small, dying cattle ranch community that, by chance, has produced some of Texas' most critically acclaimed musicians, including the great Buddy Holly, folk songstress Nanci Griffith, country superstar Waylon Jennings, and Gilmore's friends and collaborators, Joe Ely and Butch Hancock. Part Cherokee, Gilmore's look and style have always been somewhat unusual for the honky-tonk milieu. Read more...


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