Jim Infantino

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Jim Infantino performing at a house concert

Jim Infantino is an American singer-songwriter and leader of the band Jim's Big Ego, as well as being a graphic designer, web designer, poet, bartender and stalwart of the Boston folk scene. He majored in philosophy at Haverford College and lives in Somerville, Massachusetts. He is the nephew of Silver Age of Comic Books artist Carmine Infantino.[1]

He was named as the best new artist of 1995 by the National Academy of Songwriters.[1]


  • Strawman (1993)
  • The World of Particulars (1995)
  • Also see Jim's Big Ego


  1. ^ a b Eugene Register-Guard. "Jim's Big Ego, Kemp play tonight at Sam Bond's". February 17, 2006, p. 4 (special). Retrieved on May 30, 2013.

External links

  • Jim's Big Ego home page
  • Jim Infantino's home page

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