London musician and author Jim Bob is best known as singer with Carter The Unstoppable Sex Machine, with whom he released 14 top 40 singles & 7 albums, 4 of which appeared in the top ten of the UK album charts and one that reached number one. He has released eight solo albums and written songs for Ian Dury and for the 2006 Barbican production of Mark Ravenhill's Dick Whittington & His Cat.
Jim Bob' Carter autobiography 'Goodnight Jim Bob - On The Road With Carter The Unstoppable Sex Machine' was published by Cherry Red Books in 2004. His first full novel 'Storage Stories' was published by Ten Forty Books in May 2010 to critical acclaim. In August 2010 he made his Edinburgh Fringe debut in the Ward and White musical 'Gutted, A Revenger's Musical'.
Jim Bob's second novel 'Driving Jarvis Ham' was published by The Friday Project (Harper Collins) on May 10th 2012.
His latest novel 'The Extra Ordinary Life of Frank Derrick, Age 81' is published by Pan on June 5 2014 under the author name of J.B. Morrison.