Jim James Los Angeles CA Tickets, The Cathedral Sanctuary At Immanuel Presbyterian, Nov 2, 2018, Concert
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Jim James Los Angeles Concert Tickets in Nov 2, 2018 at The Cathedral Sanctuary At Immanuel Presbyterian in 08:00 PM available for sale as part of the announced Jim James North American Live Tour 2018. All latest concert dates, tour schedule, setlist, video, reviews and etc you can find at Jim James Tour Page.


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The Cathedral Sanctuary At Immanuel Presbyterian
3300 Wilshire Blvd
90010
Los Angeles, CA, US

Biography

James Edward Olliges Jr. (born April 27, 1978), professionally known as Jim James or Yim Yames, is an American vocalist, guitarist, producer, and primary songwriter of the rock band My Morning Jacket. He has released three solo albums. More...

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14 Responses to “Jim James Los Angeles CA Tickets, The Cathedral Sanctuary At Immanuel Presbyterian, Nov 2, 2018, Concert”

  1. Brock Grueber

    Best show I have been to in years. Have seen Jim before, with and without MMJ, but the quality and intimacy of this show was unparalleled.

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  2. Magdalene Curtiss

    Jim James wishes he were Wayne Coyne. But The Flaming Lips are genuinely weird and twisted. James and co, on the other hand, embellish their generic wanker rock with little flourishes of “weird” but it feels like somebody took Hootie and smeared it with some nutella. Gross.

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  3. Muoi Novicki

    The concert was amazing and my service provider experience was very rewarding.

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  4. Etsuko Wahba

    Jim James is a dream man. A musician master. The Ryman is the greatest venue in musical existance. You can’t go wrong.

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  5. Ariel Maupins

    Truly an amazing show! Did not disappoint. Not a bad song in the set.

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  6. Jaimie Neelon

    the roots are so amazing live, if u only see one hip hop show in ur life make aure its the roots. the bandshell at prospect park isnt too bad either…beautiful setting for a summer show.

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  7. Mathilda Mistretta

    I wish I could give this show 5 Stars, but the finale was boring. I was shocked that Jim James was the finale with The Roots. He was Boring halfway through his performance and for him to close the show instead of The Roots bringing down the house was disappointing. It should’ve been two separate performances.

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  8. Reynalda Keuler

    I already new Jim James would be amazing, he is so extremely talented! But being someone who had never seen The Roots before – they were INCREDIBLE!

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  9. Jewel Sarden

    I really enjoyed this event. Not to take anything away from Jim James who was really good as well, but when the Roots came on – It was Awesome.
    The weather was not great at first but the sky cleared up and I did enjoy myself very much.
    My one complaint is that the Roots didn’t close the show. I think most people – at least where I was standing – felt that way also.
    But for the time that they did perform I had absolutely no complaints.
    Looking forward to my next concert. Thank you Bandshell!

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  10. Wayne Heatly

    The Roots were simply amazing and when Jim James joined them on stage, my face melted. Ending with “We All Shine On” made my year.

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  11. Leif Sicurella

    The billing said: an evening of collaborative performances. I must have read that wrong. We got 1hr of Jim James new album (no Roots), then 1hr of The Roots (no JJ). At the end we got an encore of a few cover songs from JJ w/ the roots. My problem was that I wouldn’t have paid to see JJ do the new album or to see the Roots by themselves. I am a huge JJ fan but I do not love the new album. The Roots are extremely talented but a live show falls flat and gets a little repetitive. I thought it was a full night of collaborating. Not to mention pouring rain for first half of show. Nobody’s fault.
    I just need to do more research next time. Bummer. Could have been a great night.

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  12. Arie Lei

    This was the best concert I have been to in my life…and I’ve seen a lot of indie/British acts.

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  13. Shon Hilvers

    Jim James never disappoints. After seeing all sorts of shows at the Ryman, my one gripe with it is that often the crowds are sitting and slightly calmer than I would like. This was not one of those nights! Great atmosphere and crowd!

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  14. Freeman Findley

    What a let-down. If I’d known I was purchasing tickets to come see The Roots do a rendition of Sweet Child o’ Mine and a bunch of other songs that aren’t theirs, I would have never bought a ticket!

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