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Jimi Bell & House Of Lords Article

February 27, 2017

 

 

 

https://allthatshreds.com/interview-house-lords-guitarist-jimi-bell/

 

If you know the House of Lords, then I am certain that you will also know Jimi Bell.  Jimi is a big name is the music industry. And in the music industry, he has worked with the top-notch artists to showcase his talent and worth. Many people call him “a giant on the guitar”, but he does not mind that, and continues performing for the love of his audience.

 

His very first appearance was in the film “Light of Day”, which starred Joan Jett and Michael J. Fox in 1986. In this movie Jimi Bell, performed both as an actor and played his soundtrack. Later, along with his band, he toured with Joan Jett and the Blackhearts.

 

The year 1987 proved to be a very good year for Jimi, as he was chosen for the auditions of Ozzy Osbourne. In this audition, there were only two finalists, Jimi and Zakk Wylde. And unfortunately, Jimi wasn’t chosen. Jimi joined the Black Sabbath family tree and became a member of the Geezer Butler’s solo band the Geezer Butler Band. In the BLACK SABBATH’s 1992 “Dehumanizer” album, Jimi wrote a track “Master of Insanity”, but they did not give Jimi Bell the credit for that track.

 

He still follows his passion, worked on Cannata’s CD and performed “Harlequin of Lights” Tamoro, Myslerium Magnum and Watching the World between 1993 till 2013. He had a strong bond with BJ Zampa, who was a drummer for the German-based Rockers Band Thunderhead. BJ recruited Jimi for their record “Ugly Side”. And this proved to be the foundation stone, for many of their future performances. In collaboration with the METAL CHURCH, THUNDERHEAD toured the whole Europe. For the 2001 album on Nuclear Blast, Jimi Bell and BJ contracted with the David Wayne’s Metal Church project.

For the Rob Rock album “eyes of eternity”, in 2003 Jimi participated as a guest soloist. And in 2003, Jimi and Bj allied with the ex-main vocalist Mike Vascara from Obsession & Loudness Band for the “MVP Project”. The album was released in the following year, 2004 in Japan and Europe.

 

In his entire career, he does not seem to be working for the same person in the long run, except the House of Lords. And in the mid of 2005, Jimi Bell finally joined House of Lords. After joining this band, Bell does not forget his old friend Bj. He recruited Chris McCarvill as a bassist and recommended BJ the position of a drummer. All of them completed the band of James Christian, who was a vocalist. Then this team toured a lot of countries, they continuously wrote and recorded albums. And some of their famous works are “Big Money”, “Cartesian Dreams”, “Come to My Kingdom”, “World Upside Down” and much more.

Beside this, Jimi also worked for the NASCAR, Impact, Wrestling, WWE, and ESPN: each of them is sports giants. He is the mind behind SHREDNECK, and now a day, Jimi Bell is the member of Roberts Guitar, KickAss Cables, Marshall Amps (Europe), Rocktron, GHS Strings, Ovation Guitars, Dean Guitars and EMG pickups.

 

 

 

 

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