Wednesday, February 17, 2016


Friday, February 26, 6 to 9 pm will be a very special Java Jam. Jim Cathcart will play with the Java Jam Band in both sets in order to get as much music recorded as possible for the release of a CD for both Cathcart and the Java Jam Band. The audience is expected to be very much a part of the festivities with clapping, whistling, a few sing a long choruses, merriment and laughter in the background.

Singer/Songwriter/Guitarist Jim Cathcart is also Professional Speaker/Bestselling Author Jim Cathcart best known for 2 of his 16 books: Relationship Selling and The Acorn Principle.

Jim has been a singer/guitarist since the 1960s when he was performing in clubs and lounges in his native South. Jim grew up in Little Rock, Arkansas and for the past 30 years has lived in California.

Jim knows how to please an audience. With over 3,000 speeches and seminars around the world he’s not only able to educate people but he motivates, entertains and involves them. The same is true with his music!

With the communication medium of music Jim brings FUN! He knows all the Classic Rock & Roll tunes of the Baby Boom Era: The Eagles, Neil Diamond, Elvis, Buddy Holly, The Beatles, Peter Paul & Mary, The Mamas & Papas, Jim Croce, John Denver, Simon & Garfunkel, Bob Dylan, Roy Orbison, Donovan, The Rolling Stones, The Animals, The Kinks, Dave Clark Five, The Monkees, Creedence Clearwater Revival, Glen Campbell, and Hank Williams (Ok, that’s Country but Jim knows Country too.)
Merle Haggard, Blake Shelton, Garth Brooks, and much more.
In short, Jim is your guy if you want great music, great memories, fun and a performer who can adapt to the audience and the circumstances.
He’s performed around the world in the past two years to audiences of 800 and 18. Recent performances include: Toulouse, France; Macau, China; Caracas, Venezuela; Barcelona, Spain; Whistler, Canada; Santiago, Chile; San Diego & Los Angeles; Dallas; Phoenix; Ventura, California; Little Rock, Arkansas and many more.
Based in Thousand Oaks, California and regularly traveling the world for speaking engagements, he’s always eager to add a musical performance to the plans. For more details see

Just bring a covered dish with enough extra to share and $15 per person cover charge to enjoy Wharton’s most unique dining/now a first time CD recording/live music venue. Bring your own wine if you wish. For directions see

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