It Never Ends
Jim Hubbard is an accomplished Hawaii-based musician, singer and songwriter. He regularly performs in Honolulu area clubs and appears frequently on local television and radio programs. Born and raised in Brooklyn, New York, Jim's music is a synthesis of rock and folk influences he had growing up in his neighborhood in Flatbush. Music became what Jim describes as a religion. It was a time in music when legends were born and a generation had come of age. A classically trained musician with a Bachelor of Music from the University of Hawaii, Jim uses his musical talent to it's fullest, giving birth to a fresh folk rock and blues sound. He released 'Home Is Where The Heart Is' in 1995. In 1999, Jim was awarded the Hawaii Music Award for Most Popular Folk Music Artist for his CD 'The Window of Innocence.' Released in January 2001, after about a year in the making, 'Noisy Dreams' was Jim's third release. "It Never Ends" is comprised of 8 new original songs, and for the first time, his versions of Bob Dylan's: "All Along the Watchtower", and John Lennon's "You've Got to Hide Your Love Away." "It Never Ends" is a collection of stories that have been written over a 6 year period. And Jim's own latest story is his survival from cancer during this past year as he worked on his CD, and struggled with recovery from surgery and subsequent chemotherapy and radiation. Thus, emerging in a triumphant celebration of music and a new beginning.