Take note, Music Lovers, Singer/Songwriter/Pianist/Guitarist/Bassist/Producer 

Jim O’Neill is in town!


Layin’ Down Sideways 


Rise and Shine 

Jim speaks on his Successes:

“I built a home studio in 2008; this is where I do most of my recording work. I primarily use Ableton Live, ProTools and Reason in the studio and on stage. I’ve been surrounded by so many amazing musicians over the years that it’s hard to list everyone, but as of late, I have had the privilege of working with these fine folks: Alison Scott, Kevin Bowe, Steve Price, Peter Anderson, Freedy Johnston, Brian Just, Justin Hartke, Mark O’Day, Greg Schutte, Aaron McCabe, Michael McGarthwaite, Josie Schmitt, Michael Sutton, Ryan Traster, just to name a few… During my childhood, I was very fortunate to study with pianist Jimmy Hamilton for many years; I credit him immensely for providing me with a strong musical foundation.”


Jim O’Neill is a Twin Cities musician who sings, plays keyboards, guitars, bass and produces independent albums. He provides organ/keyboard/backing vocals in the Alison Scott Band. He leads his own band, The Brain Clouds. He occasionally has the pleasure of playing keyboards for Freedy Johnston. Jim is also the bassist in the Brian Just Band, a group he produced and recorded between 2010 – 2011. Their album, “If You Like To Be Alone, Or If You Need To Be With Someone,” has received wonderful reviews and the single “Electric” gained loads of airplay on 89.3-The Current. Their live performance of “Electric” on The Local Show was chosen to be featured on The Current’s 2012 “Local Sampler: Volume 2.” Jim also works as a session musician for Platinum-selling producer Kevin Bowe.

Check out Jim O’Neill’s website

Upcoming Shows

 2/16/11 – Jim O’Neill & The Brain Clouds @ The Depot, Minneapolis, MN

2/26/11, 3/16/11, 3/17/11- Alison Scott Band, @ The Dakota, Minneapolis, MN

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