Gig Seeker Pro


Band Rock Jam


This band has not uploaded any videos
This band has not uploaded any videos


The best kept secret in music


""Local Band Hits The Big Time" December 10th, 2004"

"It's the kind of tale every small town band dreams of living. Write the kind of music you like, get noticed by people in the business and then get the chance to record an album with nationally-known musicians who want to work with you. If you're one of the five guys in G-13 -- you're living that fantasy right now..."

Full Article available here:

http://www.delmarvanow.com/mdbeachcomber/stories/20041210/1725836.html - Maryland Beachcomber - Gannett/ Pete Beisser

"January 16, 2004"

“Their live and studio performances exude a strong confidence in their musical abilities. They hit every note like the music comes out of them, rather than having to think about what they are going to do next. Also segues between songs flow as if they’ve been playing together for a lot longer than they have.” - Drexel University Triangle - Tony Sleva

"March 28, 2003"

“The groups 3 self released CD’s have all sold out and G-13 continues to receive airplay on WOCM 98.1fm and 96 ROCK.” - Cape Gazette

"October 31, 2003"

“Let’s not forget the rippin’ show local boys G-13 put on that night. These guys REPRESENT! Each time I see them they amaze me a little bit more, showing all of the listeners something they have not yet heard.” - Coconut Times

"March, 2002"

“The group’s calling card is good songs in stark form…an apt representation of the new aesthetic, Frampton comes alive via the Dead as Fenderman Jason Shegogue bleeds leads all over…" - Music Monthly

"January, 2002"

“G-13, true OC locals …played impressive originals-rare anywhere, much less at a resort” - Music Monthly

"December, 1999"

“The songs are catchy with some competent playing”
- Music Monthly


... - Select Snippets


"Welcome To Millvale" (released: July, 2004)
Limited Live Release of an all original G-13 set performed on October 14th, 2003 performed at Mr Small's Theatre located outside of Pittsburgh, PA


Feeling a bit camera shy


With roots in Jazz, Rock, Surf, Punk, and Hardcore music, This eclectic Rock & Roll band officially formed and began performing their original music as "G-13" Circa 1998. G-13 is a band that combines many elements of modern music with a refreshing, original style all their own. Having been playing seven years now, G-13 claims the Eastern Seaboard as their acquired “stomping grounds.” Their upbeat, songs are being performed relentlessly to fulfilled audiences. Now playing their unique style of improvisational, rock music to venues in the south such as The State Theater of Falls Church, Virginia and The Music Farm of Columbia, South Carolina and in the north at The Knitting Factory, and BB Kings Blues Club of NYC; they are certainly tapping into larger audiences.

In addition to theaters, G-13 continues to play the festival circuit. 2004 marked their second appearance at North Carolina’s Smilefest, however this time they performed on the Main Stage. Also G-13 has played numerous Gatherings at Sunshine Daydream in Terra Alta, WV. They were pleased to play all three days at Delaware’s world renowned “Punkin’ Chunkin” in the Fall of 2004.


G-13 Completed the first phase of their studio recordings in San Rafael, California. Tracks were recorded at the Groove Room with Engineer- Vadim Canby, and Producer, Mark Karan (Bob Weir & Ratdog, The Other Ones). 9 songs were chosen for the debut studio release by this ambitious band. The record should be available by Summer 2005, although no official release date has been set.

The new album includes all original material selected from G-13's career thus far. Guest Musicians on the record include Matt Cunitz on Organs and Keyboards, Jeff Chimenti (The Dead, Bob Weir & Ratdog) on Piano, and Barry Sless (Kingfish, Phil Lesh & Friends) on Pedal Steel. Additional guests may still be announced.

On the weekend of April 15th and 16th, 2005, G-13 will be performing two "Bob Weir & Ratdog" after show concerts at the world famous BB King's Blues Club in Times Square, New York City, In Support of this effort, Mark Karan and Jeff Chimenti will be on hand to lend their musical talents to the mix. Tickets are available through Ticketmaster.

G-13 continues to hammer out gigs along the East Coast in areas ranging from Georgia to New York and all points in between. They will also continue to make a presence on the 2005 Festival Circuit, already having confirmed the "Tree Hugger's Ball" outside of Morgantown West Virginia, and "Good Vibes III" in Cody, VA. Keep an ear out for them in your town, They will never disappoint.

For examples of G-13's style of playing and capabilities please visit the "Audio" section of this EPK... more info and music is available on G-13's web site