Meet the Jerzey Street Band


September album brings the British rockers to these
shores – and about time. Check some vid clips, below.


By Blurt Staff


Call ‘em the Jerzey Street Band – but know that they’re
kickass pub-rockers from Manchester,
England. Sept. 18 sees the release of their album Breaking Radio Silence, which they
describe as “Americana anthems that conjure images of convertible top-down car
rides, lost loves, and most importantly, give you the warm & fuzzy feeling
of returning home after being away for far too long.” Think Tom Petty, Counting
Crows, Bob Dylan and – per the name – The Boss, whilst employing pedal steel guitar, Dobro and harmonica
with their instrumentation.


Some deets: “Hailing from Manchester’s bubbling creative melting pot,
the Jerzey Street septet has had a long and eventful journey to this
point in their career. Not fitting into any current fashions or genres, the
quality of their music alone has earned them support slots with many musical
legends including Southside Johnny & The Asbury Jukes, Blackfoot,
Alabama 3, Sandi Thom, John Allen and Wishbone Ash.  High
profile shows, the release of their album in the UK and support from the likes
of Maverick Magazine, Bearded Magazine, and BBC Radio 2’s
Bob Harris have enabled them to grow and cultivate a highly diverse
fan-base spanning the UK.”

Well, all right then! Check ‘em out at, then let
it rock:





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