Jim Perrett
724-651-4250
jperrettjr@yahoo.com

Acoustic Guitar Stylist
Blues     Parisian Swing     American Primitive
Cheap Snails 
Perrett returned to solo performances and found enthusiasm for his original instrumental songs that are anecdotes of travel experiences and for his renditions of blues tunes with hard driving fingerstyle on the 12-string, Dobro (slide) and standard guitars. He was encouraged to produce his first recording, "Cheap Snails", which was released on compact disc in 1995. His success in getting the CD into over one hundred radio stations far exceeded his initial intention of producing a record to sale at shows. To support the album, he played a circuit of dozens of venues on the east coast including live shows on radio and television. 

Alice Austen House Museum, New York, NY
Baggot Inn, New York, NY
Barnes and Noble
Bavarian Fun Fest
Butler County Historical Society
Central Pennsylvania Festival of the Arts
Hoyt Institute of Fine Arts
Edinboro University of Pennsylvania
First Night Pittsburgh
Mount Union College
Name That Bar, Philadelphia, PA
New York University
Penn State University
Philadelphia Music Conference
Pyrotechnics Guild International Fireworks Festival
Regatta at Lake Arthur
Sawmill Center for the Arts
Shaker Woods Festival
Showcase Gallery
Styx, Paris, France
Three Rivers Arts Festival/Mellon Jazz Festival
Undercurrents Music Conference
WFMJ TV, Youngstown, Ohio
WRDV-FM Lafayette Hill, PA
WRMU-FM Alliance, Ohio
Westminster College
Westmoreland Arts and Heritage Festival
Youngstown Playhouse
Youngstown State University

Over the years, Jim was honored to perform annually at the Three Rivers Arts Festival that featured a roster of outstanding musical headliners including Diana Krall, Harold Betters, Gato Barbieri, Ron Carter, Jim Hall, Ruby Braff, Chuck Mangione, John Winter and Albert King, David Sanborn and Larry Carolton, Mel Torme and Rosemary Clooney, Queen Ida and Her Zydeco Band, Lou Rawls, Judy Collins, Tony Bennett, Bonnie Raitt, Cecil Taylor, Dixie Hummingbirds, John Lee Hooker, Ernie Hawkins, Neville Brothers.