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Jerry Joseph And The Jackmormons

Jerry Joseph passed through some discouraging times and faced a serious addiction before coming out on the other, brighter side. Born in California, he spent a couple of decades kicking around the world, playing out and trying to make a living with his music in places like New Zealand, Colorado, Central America, New York, and Utah. By his mid-20s, with no big record deal on the horizon, he figured he'd taken his shot and it was all downhill from there. Within five years, the situation had thoroughly depressed him and he became addicted to heroin. Throughout this destructive time, he continued to write songs and perform, yet his personal relationships suffered. Joseph is the father of a daughter and a son.

During the early '90s, Joseph fronted a group called Little Women. The band dissolved in 1993, and Joseph went on to record solo. By 1995, he was living in New York City, where he managed to kick his heroin habit. He went on to spend some time in Montana. Jim Bone, the drummer from Little Women, invited Joseph to Utah, where they formed the Salt Lake City-based Jethro Belt, an acoustic group. Jethro Belt evolved into the Jackmormons with the addition of Dave Pellicciaro on keyboard. Jerry Joseph and the Jackmormons released Butte, Mont. 1879 on Holladay in 1996. Joseph and his band did well on tours throughout the western region of the U.S. In Utah, however, they could not attract the same kind of crowds as his old band, Little Women, had done a few years earlier. Late in the year, drummer Bone left and was replaced by Adam Sorensen. Through Holladay they released Cotton, an EP, before Pellicciaro dropped out. Joseph and the others kept the group going as a three-piece. In 2002, Terminus Records released Jerry Joseph & the Jackmormon's Conscious Contact, the band's fifth release. Widespread Panic's bass player, Dave Schools, acted as the 12-track album's producer. The title of the album, which was recorded in Georgia, refers to one of AA's 12 steps of recovery. One of Joseph's earlier efforts didn't even get the chance to make a ripple, thanks to his then-record company's bankruptcy. ~ Linda Seida, Rovi
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tptruthturns o n
Live........ i t ' s like getting kicked in the nuts........ . t w i c e ! ! ! ! !
Sounds like heroin all right
damonbfox
the fastest horse in town. expect some itching and burning baby.
damonbfox
get down jerry
maisharonda
If you can find it Love and Happiness is one of my favorite JJ albums...not so dark... a little bit pop. I really like Thisel from that album.
Also, ya gotta love God, Guts and Guns a Little Women song from Pretty Wiped Out, my first Jerry Joseph purchase.
merzyama
The Dead comparison is valid in that each live performance is wrought live. Jerry is creating a living arc of writing and performance right now. Don't miss out on it.
Agreed, we need tracks from Goodlandia here! Probably his best album.
eamonn_gal
One of the more exciting artists I've seen, heard ... check it ALL out.

Why nothing from Badlandia??? I wanna hear Watertower!
PLAY SOME FAVORITES!!! ! ! ! ! !
mike34503
Looking forward to seeing you at the Joshua Tree Roots festival.
mcrcr4
Some of Jerry Joseph's work with Little Women is totally priceless, if you can find it. Think: "Most Beautiful Day" and "Life's Just B**chin'" Hack a bit and you will find his website. "Live Radish Head" has a lot of early Little Women cuts.
raphaellorr
Jerry Joseph is the man.
balls
My friend Karen and I are so excited that you're playing at the Mile High Music Festival in Denver!!! We just bought our tickets today...see you in July!!
I don't think this sounds anything like the grateful dead, because this sounds awesome. I just wish they had more of his stuff here.
jerry is a true american song writer. his songs have soul, emotion, and he plays guitar with feeling.anyo n e can play noodles for 20 minutes (down with the dead). Listen to his early stuff with "little women"
fitamy
I think Jerry has a lot more Neil Young influences than Grateful Dead. The Dead weren't nearly as angry or raw as Jerry. Of course I love the Dead and Jerry Joseph .
Does any one else think this sounds a little like the Grateful Dead? Good stuff! I can hear so many influences, yet the artists make the music their own.

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