Jimmy Griffin (James Arthur Griffin)

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Cincinnati, Ohio, USA
Jimmy Griffin grew up in Memphis, Tennessee and was one of three collaborating songwriters (under the pseudonym Arthur James) of the Academy Award-winning song "For All We Know" which won Best Song from the movie "Lovers and Other Strangers."

Accomplished singer, songwriter and musician, he teamed up with Michael Z. Gordon in the early 1960s to write over sixty songs, forty of which were recorded by major artists including Ed Aames, Gary Lewis, Bobby Vee, Brian Hyland, The Standells, Leslie Gore, Sandy Nelson and Cher. Gordon and Griffin's "Apologize" earned them a BMI Award for Best Male Vocalist. Read more...


Character: I'm Gonna Walk All Over This Land Performer

For Those Who Think Young 1964