Jerry’s Bones, a favorite around the Charlotte’s music scene, continues to celebrate their newly-released album, “Movin’ On,” with a debut appearance at The Pour-House Music Hall in Raleigh, NC. Their appearance will take place on this Tuesday, October 22. The doors will open at 8:00 p.m., with a 9:00 p.m. show-time and free admission!
As for the group, Jerry’s Bones is an amazingly-talented 4-piece jam band which was formed in 2008 by husband-and-wife-duo, Cameron and Kendra Matthews. The two are accompanied by Edward Williams on drums, and by Elliot Noto on bass guitar. The group continues to make appearances for their growing fan-base around various parts of the southeast, in continued support of their marketing and album release efforts.
Per the local buzz around Charlotte’s music scene, and as a result of the group’s continued improvement and expanded fan-base, it's been said that “Jerry’s Bones is one of the better bands around town, when compared to others,” which includes their having landed a spot among CBS Local’s: “Best Local Rock Bands In Charlotte.”
To follow Jerry’s Bones, you can visit them via a number of links, which includes: the Jerry’s Bones website; on Facebook; on Twitter; or you can check them out on Reverb-Nation. To inquire about a Jerry’s Bones live performance, which includes appearances at weddings and private parties, you can contact them, directly, via their booking link; or, to purchase Jerry’s Bones’ Movin’ On tracks, you can visit them on CD-Baby or i-tunes.
In any case, it will be a great idea to come check out Jerry’s Bones at their up-coming Pour-House Music Hall Event, as they continue to rock the southeast via Raleigh’s music scene!