Jerry's Bones—voted by CBS as one of the "Best Local Rock Bands in Charlotte"—is in the process of promoting its recently-released album, "Movin'On," in major part of its busy 2014 Tour Schedule, which gets underway this very weekend—how cool!
Tonight, the group will appear at the Side Street PourHouse, in Lenoir, NC. From there, the group will hit the road towards its first, big appearance at Zac Brown’s Southern Ground Social Club, in Senoia, GA; and since “It’s alright…it’s OK,” as best sung by the group’s lead singer/lead guitarist, Cameron Matthews, husband of Kendra Matthews, also lead singer and lead guitarist, the group will keep “Movin’ On” for various appearances in TN, VA, and then returning for several local, NC appearances.
The second half of March, the group will debut its show in several FL locations, which will lead the group back through VA and Hilton Head, SC. Since the original announcement of the “Movin’ On” Tour and by popular demand, the group will now kick-off an April, northeastern leg of its tour, which includes appearances in Charlottesville, VA; Philadelphia, PA; Newark, DE; Washington DC; and in Asbury Park, NJ!
Accompanied by Edward Williams on drums and by Elliot Noto on bass guitar, the truly amazing part of this group’s story is: When compared to—say—a year ago, the group has made phenomenal progress as an Indie stand-alone—not only with the level and quality of performances the group displays for its fans and various venues—but with the group’s amazing ability to network its success through so many southeastern, and now northeastern, (out-of-state) bookings, in such an amazingly, short amount of time. With that known, out of the shows the group has booked, thus far, most are booked away from their local following, which appears to suggest that Jerry’s Bones’ national and regional interest is definitely on the rise—definitely not an easy thing to accomplish in the Indie Music world, as now proven, otherwise, by Jerry’s Bones!
As it stands, now, and even with recent interest from various record labels, it appears that the group is quite capable of, perhaps, becoming one of the greatest unsigned groups in history—that is, unless—a worthy record label steps up and recognizes the diamond-in-the-rough potential hidden within this talented group—only time will tell…
Until then or anytime, of course, you can book Jerry’s Bones and/or check out where the group’s playing next on jerrysbones.com, or you can like them on Facebook or Reverbnation. Stay tuned for more updates, as the group adds even more events to their 2014 Movin’On Tour.