Jim Sizelove



Like many others, Jim’s career was decided at age 6 after seeing the Beatles perform on the Ed Sullivan show in 1964. Fast forward to playing drums in the high school marching band followed by four years at Berklee College of Music in Boston and he found himself with two of his college alumni friends writing music and pressing records in New York City.

“My intention was to stay in NYC for one Summer but after sharing Neve mixing consoles with people like Carlos Alomar, Jeff Skunk Baxter and Dave LeBolt I figured, I’ll just live here!”.

His band ‘The Score’ gained national attention via MTV and VH1 but after 10 years of New York, the group split up and Jim moved back to his roots in central Indiana. He has joined forces with several talented musicians since and in 2016 got the call from Pink Droyd bassist Tim Hoffer.

Jim uses Sonor drums, Sabian cymbals, Remo heads and Vic Firth sticks.

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