James (Jimmy) Sibulkin was born into a musical family and has been involved all his life. His father had a jazz band orchestra, and his mother was the lead singer. His father graduated from the School of Music in New York City and then continued to teach at Julliard in Boston during the 1960’s and 1970’s. Both have passed on, but their music and influence stayed with him. Jimmy has been performing live since 1974. He has performed in various bands all over the east coast including Virginia Beach, Myrtle Beach, New England, and Ohio. His main interest has always been creating original music. He has performed on a television commercial, as well as performing jingles for local businesses.
I have always been an avid animal lover, and was excited to be involved with the World Peace For Animals, music fundraising project. My love for animals is as strong as my love for music, and they really partner well as a great alliance. When I heard about this project, I immediately had to get involved, as it was right up my alley.
I have two songs about animals that I had already created—one being, “Fly Away,” and is about a bird’s-eye view of the physical Earth from the eyes of an eagle, and the other song, Stop the Madness,” will be on the World Peace For Animals CD, “Harambe & Friends,” and is about all the death and destruction caused by the hand of man, that is devastating the animals and their habitats, and how we need to stop the madness now, before it is too late—before all wildlife becomes instinct.
My message is about the concern of every species of animals that is somewhat endangered from the mass destruction that mankind created: pollution on the land, in the air, and in the seas. These topics of concern in regards to endangering the animals are in the lyrics of both song titles above. I have always been an avid animal lover and advocate; after all, they were here before we were! My dream is to have enough money to buy land, fence it in, and clear out all animals at the “Animal Rescue League,” and allow them to be free—no more cages! He believes that zoos only exist for the pleasure of humans, and they should be outlawed.
Preview “Stop The Madness Now”