Singles and EPs
Jimmy Ireland is a Devon based singer/songwriter who has a voice that can switch from delicate and fragile to rich and powerful with ease. Jimmy can be found performing at many venues and events across Devon. Some appearances over the last few years include supports for Ethemia, Tallulah Rendall, Tobias Ben Jacob, Greg Hancock, Jim Causley and the comedian John Bishop. After moving from the UK in 2006 to the city of Mandurah, Western Australia where he spent the majority of his teens a keen interest in music led Jimmy to pick up the guitar in 2009. He returned to the UK in 2011 where he furthered his career in music by performing on the local circuit in many venues across Devon and surrounding areas. Jimmy began songwriting in 2013 releasing his debut solo EP, 'Bad Luck Boy' in June 2015. As of June 2019, Jimmy successfully released the EP 'Silversands' reminiscing of his time growing up in Western Australia reflecting on themes including family, friendship, love and self discovery. The EP recorded LIVE at Momentum Studios in Plymouth featured local musical artists such as Paddy Blight, Garry Kroll, Fintan May and Rachel Hine.