Electric Sermon

Electric Sermon

 Monroe, Louisiana, USA
BandBluesRock

Electric psychedelic acid blues rock.

Biography

ELECTRIC SERMON

Electric Sermon started in the back woods of Cadeville, Louisiana. Three sixteen-year-old boys with bigger talents and even bigger dreams first jammed after school.
After this first jam session of heavy blues and funk driven riffs guitar bass and drums knew they had something special. The band was first called Speakeasy then LA Strange.
The music was heavily influenced by the sound of the 1960’s and 70’s heavy metal. Early practices consisted of playing Led Zepplin Black Sabbath along with Eric Clapton and The Doors. It was a vintage sound Heavy Bluesy but mellow. The music was there but something was missing-a Front man.
It took three years to find that dude. Finally after getting hold of a Demo CD and without permission, Craig Just of Monroe cut some vocals to the song now titled’ Midnight Train a Comin Blues’.
When the core of the band heard the tracks they knew they had found the voice.
At that moment ELECTRIC SERMON was born. Since then the music has evolved into a heavy blues jazz R& B mix while keeping the hard rock psychedelic roots that had been the focus for 3 years. Electric sermon plays how they feel and frankly they feeling pretty good.
They played a short tour of England in fall 2010 to rave reviews in Sheffield and Nottingham.
Currently writing and recording in Monroe Louisiana.

Peace and Love,

Electric Sermon

Discography

Electric Sermon live at Coda 2010
Electric sermon live at Tsunami 2011
Burnt Chapel of Love
In Fair Verona
Radio Airplay Rock 106 FM
Fun Radio 92.7FM

Set List

Where it Never Rains
Papered Tongues
Not Again
Her Praise
In Fair Verona
Struttin On Fire
Krystal green
Midnight Train a comin Blues
Hell's Coming with Me
Scotch drunk blues
Burnt chapel of love
Fairies wear boots