With over one hundred Northeast shows played in their first two years of touring (ie. The Paradise, The Spot Underground, Stone Church, Tammany Hall,) several New England festival appearances (ie. StrangeCreek, Camp Coldbrook, Heads in Harmony) and three Southern tours under their belt -- The Jauntee has quickly made a name for themselves in the New England Jam Band scene.
Drawing influence from a wide variety of bands, The Jauntee’s improvisational landscape spans multiple genres, including: Funk/Rock/Jazz/Progressive/Bluegrass/Psychedelic and Ambient music. Their willingness to explore genres, abandon all song structure, and dive into ‘the weird’ sets them apart from your average upcoming Jam Band. They aim to push the boundaries of improvisation, embrace the moment and engage the audience -- A focus on set list variety and musical exploration promises every show to be a unique experience, truly making The Jauntee a live act to see again and again.
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Scott Ferber - Drums / Vox
Caton Sollenberger - Guitar / Vox
Anthony Cerullo - keyboards
John Loland - Bass
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“Fiery original jams, a solid repertoire of covers, good people, and a unique atmosphere combine to ...“Fiery original jams, a solid repertoire of covers, good people, and a unique atmosphere combine to make this (Jauntee’s Regal Ball) bi-weekly jam-band show a must see for any fun-seeking Bostonian.”
Yellow Dubmarine Review: 12.3.11 Mid East Up
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I arrived to The Middle East Upstairs a few songs into The Jauntee’s set. Playing to a warm room of ...I arrived to The Middle East Upstairs a few songs into The Jauntee’s set. Playing to a warm room of their young fans, The Jauntee displayed that they can play a lot of notes, enough to swivel anyone that is digging down the rabbit hole. Their genre is identifiable as a jam band, but for a jam band, their songs are rhythmically diverse. The laid back quartet brought the mood up and down with melodic and chaotic melodies over steady and hypnotic rhythms. Their loyal, young fans literally orgasmed for certain tunes chanting, “Roses, Roses!” at the end of their set. The Jauntee finished their set up with a tune that was recently recorded for Relics Magazine, and then I made my way to chill in the Middle East’s restaurant.
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