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Jim Ward

by Andrew Tijs on August 11, 2011

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Former At The Drive-In member, Sparta main man and soloist extraordinaire Jim Ward talks about every element of his career.

Jim Ward is a very busy man. He was a founding member of At The Drive-In, went on to his own band Sparta, and then put together an alt-country side-project Sleepercar as well as delivering solo songs – not to say the least of his artistic collective and two bars in Texas.

Ward speaks about all the above and more, including the reuniting of Sparta and his feelings about his former bandmates’ new project The Mars Volta.

 

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