Shotgun Jimmie

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Shotgun Jimmie
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Shotgun Jimmie, March 2012
Background information
Birth name Jim Kilpatrick
Origin Canada
Genres Indie rock
Occupation(s) Singer-songwriter
Associated acts Shotgun & Jaybird

Shotgun Jimmie is the stage name of Jim Kilpatrick, a Canadian singer-songwriter.[1] Formerly associated with the band Shotgun & Jaybird, since that band's breakup he has released several albums as a solo artist.

His 2011 album Transistor Sister was named as a longlisted nominee for the 2011 Polaris Music Prize.[2]


  • The 6000 True Stories of Love (2004)
  • The Onlys (2007)
  • Still Jimmie (2009)
  • Paint it Pink (2009, EP)
  • Organ Donor (2009) (Limited to one copy, auctioned off with an Organ)
  • Transistor Sister (2011)
  • Everything Everything (2013)
  • Field of Trampolines (2016)


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