Jim’s Big Ego
May the Fourth Big Ego – Friday, May 4th
Jim’s Big Ego returns to the Boston area for their first official concert in over 3 years. And what better day to make a return than Star Wars Day? Come get your geek on with Boston’s favorite “unpop” band. Extra points for coming in your favorite sci-fi costume!
The Ego & The Oracle – Saturday, May 5th
Will you lose your job? Is it time to dump your boyfriend? Move to a new city? Run for office? ASK THE ORACLE! Jim’s Big Ego brings back The Ego & The Oracle for an evening of spontaneous musical fortune-telling.
Part improvisational theater, part cabaret, part audience participation, The Ego & The Oracle is a live stage spectacular where “Ouija Board meets iPod Shuffle”. Audience members are invited on stage to ask personal questions of The Oracle. They then spin a giant wheel containing songs by Jim’s Big Ego. When the wheel stops, the band spontaneously performs the chosen song, which is then interpreted as the answer to the question. The outcome can be humorous or moving, often both at once.
Jim’s Big Ego
Perform a Google search for “the Greatest Band in the History of Recorded Music” and you will get only one result: Jim’s Big Ego.
Hailing from the small New England town of Boston, Massachusetts, Jim’s Big Ego has carved a unique place in the the music world by rocking harder, fresher, louder, sweeter and better than everyone else.
Jim’s Big Ego’s secret to awesomeness is singer, songwriter, super genius, Jim Infantino. Armed with the innate ability to create songs that are more brilliant than all others in history, Infantino gives the band the gift of greatness.
Jim’s Big Ego compares itself to such major players as The Great Wall of China, The Grand Canyon, Antarctica, and other things you can see from space. However, when pressed to label their music, they name their genre of music “Unpop for the Unpopulous”.
While the debate still rages over whether the band’s formation was a matter of divine providence or historical inevitability, one fact remains clear: if the world ended today, Jim’s Big Ego would die happy knowing that they were more talented than Oasis, more popular than Terence Trent D’Arby and richer than MC Hammer.