A mix of sophisticated and hard hitting original blues rock...
Gerry Jablonski and the Electric Band are an original four piece blues rock band with extensive international touring experience and a back catalogue of four studio albums.
There are no airs or graces or niceties – gutsy blues rock with memorable melodies, sweet harmonies and a powerhouse rhythm section – an absolutely refreshing and life affirming experience.
Gerry Jablonski and the Electric Band are proud to announce the release of their fifth album “Live Trouble”. Classic Rock’s Blues Magazine heralded their fourth studio album “Trouble with the Blues” as a modern classic and now, self-released “Live Trouble” captures the power and energy of this must-see band’s legendary show.
Dirty, raw and honest – gutsy, original blues rock with memorable melodies, sweet harmonies and a powerhouse rhythm section. Seven years of extensive UK and European touring has honed this band in to a blistering blues-rock machine growing a dedicated following of friends and followers along the way.
Live Trouble was recorded on the road in 2015 during the highly acclaimed Abbey Road produced, Trouble with the Blues 2015 European tour. Recorded in front of a live audience for Polish National Radio in a 24 track old-school radio theatre, the result is a cracking live album that successfully catches the swagger, vibe and energy that the band put in to all their shows. 2017 adds more countries to their gig resume.
A tour in Slovakia and Czech Republic in early February starts a busy year with shows and festivals in Spain, Germany, France, Poland, Norway and Netherlands throughout the year. In between all the international travel there are more miles being clocked up closer to home with gigs all over the UK and return shows at London’s famous Troubadour throughout the year.
Check the bands website and social media for gig dates. Grab the chance to go and see the best band you never heard of – their gigs are an absolutely refreshing and life affirming experience that put the fire back in to live music.