McCULLOUGH CURRENTLY REPRESENTS THE CARL PERKINS CATALOG.
has been involved in the music industry for many years. From
the days when he was an "On-the-Air" announcer at a
university radio station to signing performing, publishing and
recording contracts while still in college to co-producing a
reunion concert of The Jefferson Starship and The Grateful Dead
in Golden Gate Park.
Jim currently represents the Carl Perkins catalog for commercial
As Executive Producer for the legendary Carl Perkins' last album,
entitled Go Cat Go! McCullough coordinated new recordings by: Paul McCartney,
George Harrison, Ringo Starr, Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers,
Paul Simon, John Fogerty, Johnny Cash, Bono and Willie Nelson.
The Perkins album also features guest appearances by: Eric Clapton,
Dr. John, Billy Preston, Sheila E., Joe Walsh, Charlie Daniels,
Levon Helm, Rick Danko, Nils Lofgren, Jim Keltner and Clarence
Clemons. The Go Cat Go! album also contains two live performances
of Carl's Rock 'n' Roll classic Blue Suede Shoes, one with John
Lennon (recorded live in Toronto) and one with The Jimi Hendrix
Experience (previously unreleased). McCullough's involvement
covered all details of the production from concept to completion.
as Vice President of The San Francisco Rock 'n' Roll Museum (Board
members included: Bill Graham - Bill Graham Presents, Russ Solomon
- Founder Tower Records, Stephen Wozniak - Co-Founder of Apple
Computers, Nick Clainos - President of Bill Graham Presents,
David Rubinson - Producer and Herbie Herbert - Nocturne Productions).
In 1997, McCullough was an advisor to Chet Helms for the 30th
Anniversary of The Summer of Love Celebration in Golden Gate
Park, San Francisco.