KELLY LYNCH | RHYS IFANS | CHUCK LIDDELL | RORY COCHRANE
SOLOMON BURKE | JIMMY SCOTT | Director, MITCH GLAZER
JIMMY SCOTT (Himself)
Born in 1925 in Cleveland, Ohio, jazz vocalist “Little” Jimmy Scott sings in a high voice in the contralto range. He first became known singing on the late 1940s hit “Everybody’s Somebody’s Fool” with the Lionel Hampton Band. In the sixties he notably recorded for Ray Charles’s Tangerine label, then in the nineties he gained attention again when Lou Reed asked him to sing back-up on his album Magic and Loss. This lead to Scott singing “Sycamore Trees” on the series finale of David Lynch’s cult favorite “Twin Peaks,” and being featured on the follow-up film Fire Walk With Me. Since then, his comeback has included the albums All The Way, Dream, Heaven, and Holding Back the Years, among others.