Welcome to the official Jim Croce website. This official site is my way of thanking you for helping to keep Jim Croce’s music and legacy alive. For over four decades, many of you have written to me wanting to know more about Jim Croce – the man whose humble voice and American music gave us a sense of hope.  It is my desire to share Jim’s songs, personal stories, discography, reviews, periodicals and fan mail with you, so that you can learn more about Jim Croce, the man and his music. “I Got a Name: The Jim Croce Story” is now available on our online store. It is the official biography. Jim’s songbook, The Jim Croce Anthology, The Stories Behind the Songs, will give you as true a story as I can tell. I would be happy to personalize any book, CD, DVD, t-shirt or any other merchandise you purchase.

If I can answer any more of your questions, please write me.

Warm regards,
Ingrid Croce

 

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