There's a reason legendary blues Diva Etta James calls Jimmy Z her 'Hootchie Cootchie Man' and Dave Stewart of the Eurythmics calls him 'the best harmonica player in the world.' Jimmy attracts attention. He caught the attention of Rod Stewart, Tom Petty and the Eurythmics - all of whom he recorded and toured with. He also caught the attention of Dr. Dre, Barry White, Ziggy Marley, Yes, Bon Jovi, Bone Thugs-N-Harmony, Macy Gray, Jaguares, and countless others who sought out Jimmy Z.'s blazing harmonica and soulful saxophone to spice up their recordings. From a smoky 20-seat bar in Sacramento to the 300,000 person sold out Rock in Rio concert with Rod Stewart, in Brazil. Jimmy has toured the world blowing crowds away with his electrifying stage presence. Performing in 1988 with the Eurythmics for the Nelson Mandela Concert at Wembly Stadium and televised to 1 billion people worldwide, Jimmy's harmonica solo on 'Must Have Been an Angel' brought the world to it's knees. In 1988, Jimmy's first solo instrumental album was for Miles Copeland, then owner of IRS Records, called 'Anytime...Anyplace!' In 1991, legendary rap producer Dr. Dre produced Jimmy Z.'s next album 'Muzical Madness', featuring Jimmy on lead vocals. In addition, Jimmy Z and Dr. Dre co-wrote all the songs. Jimmy Z has appeared and acted in the movies 'Georgia', 'The Doors', 'Wild at Heart', and 'The Shrink Is In', as well as concert films with Rod Stewart, Tom Petty, the Eurythmics and Jaguares. He has scored numerous videos and films as well. Since the year 2000, he has toured extensively with Etta James as well as the Mexican rock band Jaguares, while also fronting his own blues rock band, ZTribe. The ZTribe CD, 'Caught Inside' is a true example of Jimmy's amazing abilities with the harmonica, saxophone and vocals.