Drummer Simeon Cain (July 31, 1963) was born in London, England but grew up in the United States from the age of three on.
Sim Cain is probably best known as a member of the Rollins Band from their start in 1987. In 1997 Simeon Cain was replaced by Jason Mackenroth, who was first featured on Rollins Band's 1999 album "Insert Band Here (live)".
Previously Cain was a member of in instrumental trio Gone (including future Rollins Band bassist Andrew Weiss and Black Flag guitarist Greg Ginn), and the band Scornflakes.
Before Gone the drummer was in the instrumental band Regressive Aid. Regressive Aid was considered one of the finest instrumental bands to come from the Central New Jersey / New Hope area.
Sim Cain has also recorded with David Poe, Marc Ribot, and David Shea, and is a regular member of Elliott Sharp's blues-oriented Terraplane group. He also appeared on Ween's 2004 album, Quebec. In the early and mid-2000's, he has appeared regularly in concert with blues guitar great Hubert Sumlin.