Jimmy Tuuk was born on a leap year starting on Sunday of the Gregorian Calendar, the very same month as American Idol’s Randy Jackson, in the outskirts of Motown.
After traveling from Detroit to Dallas, incorporating the Funk, R&B Stylings Detroit’s Finest and the Gritty Blues influence from Texas side.
Credits are far to many to note, but range from concert work with Burt Bacharach, Kool & The Gang, Rufus Thomas, Drifters, Herman’s Hermits, and threatre work with Sally Struthers, Rachel Ricci, Frank Gorshin, Allen & Rossi, also playing pedalsteel for Randy Anderson, Tony Marques, John Encinio, Little Jimmy Dickens, Hee haw’s Hager Twins, Lefty Frizzelle’s daughter Louise Frizzelle.
He currently studies Sitar under Maharishi Bell. Oh, and plays all the guitars, sitars, and a few other exotic stringed instruments for The Forever Family.
Editors’ note: Jimmy also played in many Las Vegas bands with Marharishi Bell and Kenny Greene...