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Jim Shapiro (drummer)

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Genres  Alternative rock
Role  Musician
Occupation(s)  Musician
Parents  Robert B. Shapiro
Years active  1993–present
Siblings  Nina Gordon
Name  Jim Shapiro

Born  March 19, 1965 (age 50) (1965-03-19)
Origin  Chicago, Illinois, U.S.
Instruments  Guitar, drums, vocals, bass guitar
Labels  Minty Fresh Records, Geffen
Albums  American Thighs, Eight Arms to Hold You, Tonight and the Rest of M, Ghost Notes, Resolver

James Gordon Shapiro (born March 19, 1965) is an American rock musician.

Shapiro is the brother of singer/guitarist Nina Gordon. He graduated from Yale University in 1987. Shapiro was the original drummer in the band Veruca Salt and co-wrote the track "Number One Blind" on their first album, American Thighs (1994). In 1997, he left the band after their second full-length album, Eight Arms to Hold You, was completed. He then formed his own band, Ultraswiss, in which he was the lead singer and played guitar.

On Gordon's solo first album, Tonight and the Rest of My Life (2000), Shapiro played mellotron and guitar.

Since 2002, Shapiro is the bassist in the Chicago band Hushdrops. In 2013, he returned to Veruca Salt.

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Jim Shapiro (drummer) Wikipedia


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