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Twelve years after uploading his band's songs on MP3.com, Jim's Big Ego lead singer Jim Infantino (center) still thinks digital music is "pretty neat."
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May 25, 2012 Twelve years ago, the band Jim's Big Ego was trying something new to get its tunes to fans: uploading them to the Internet. Today, lead singer Jim Infantino still thinks digital music is "neat," though the digital landscape has certainly changed.
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December 27, 2008 For those about to rock — but don't quite party like a rock star — Jim Infantino's band salutes you with a new song. It's on the new album from a group that claims to be "the Greatest Band in the History of Recorded Music."
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November 2, 2003 Smart, witty and sometimes absurd lyrics have become a trademark of Boston-based trio Jim's Big Ego. The band's latest CD is called They're Everywhere. NPR's Liane Hansen talks with lead singer Jim Infantino. Hear songs from the CD and watch two of the band's videos.
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November 29, 2000 Our Changing Face of America segment today explores the phenomenon of bands distributing their music over the worldwide web. We meet Jim Infantino, of the Boston band Jim's Big Ego. He takes us on a tour that starts with his thinking up a melody... and ends with a fully-produced rock tune going out over the Internet.
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