Jet Lag Palm

Jet Lag Palm

BandRockAmericana

People often tell Jet Lag Palm that they sound like the Replacements and Wilco rolled together. While they don't necessarily agree with that, they don't deny it's good company. They feature a groovy rock style played with raw power and energy and that gets people out of their seats.

Biography

Jet Lag Palm came together in Bellingham, Washington in 2007. Jones and the Brothers Huff bonded instantly as friends and musicians, creating music that reflects their small-town roots and weaves together seemingly divergent musical backgrounds.

Listening to Jet Lag Palm reveals subtle influences such as Wilco, Clutch, Whiskey Town, Uncle Tupelu, The Police, and the Replacements (and of course, many more). Yet Jet Lag Palm have created their own style of rock music altogether. See them live and you'll understand.

Before convening as Jet Lag Palm, members of the band did time with other NW outfits (Silence Dogood, Zebra 3, The Revelators) and played venues as small as living rooms and as large as the Experience Music Project, and everything in between. As Jet Lag Palm, this trio have struck out to do the same, and more.

Discography

D.emo (2007)
No Poetry (2008)

Bands we've played with (in no particular order):

Ryan Purcell (Seattle)
Sean Knox and the Lonely Lovers (Seattle)
Lucky Suns (Seattle)
The Loyal Sinners (Bellingham)
The Low Arts (Portland)
No Go Know (Portland)
Deer Seeking Headlights (Bellingham)
Bold Bird (Tuscon)
Quadrillion (Seattle)
The Antiques (Los Angeles)
The Bad Love Sessions (Seattle)
The Wagon (San Diego)
Harvey Danger (Seattle)
Go Slowpoke (Bellingham)
Smoosh (Seattle)
Patience Please (Seattle)
Typical Ace (Bellingham)
Uncle Doodad (Seattle)
The Farewell (Seattle)
Woven (Los Angeles)
Silence Dogood (Bellingham)
Forced Elegence (Seattle)
Jenni Potts (Bellingham)
Devin Champlin (Bellingham)
Half Light (Seattle)
Slow Skate (Seattle)
Paper Brain (Portland)
Pet Sounds (NorCal)
Big Dirt (Seattle)
Half Light (Seattle)
Slow Skate (Seattle)
The Amatuer Pros (Bellingham)
Ergo Ego (Bellingham)
Kiss Goodye (Bellingham)
Pink Lincoln (Bellingham)
Sons of the Widow James (Bellingham)

Venues we've played:

The Central Saloon, Seattle, WA
The Tractor Tavern, Seattle, WA
The Red Room, Portland, OR
The Wild Buffalo House of Music, Bellingham, WA
The Blue Moon, Seattle, WA
Skylark Cafe, Seattle, WA
The Rogue Hero, Bellingham, WA
Futures, Seattle, WA
Diablo's, Eugene, OR
The Comet Tavern, Seattle, WA
The Whatcom All Ages Arts & Music (WhAAM!), Bellingham, WA
Experience Music Project, Seattle, WA
Boundary Bay Brewery, Bellingham, WA
Western Washington University's Viking Union, Bellingham, WA
The Green Frog Acoustic Tavern, Bellingham, WA
Chiribins, Bellingham, WA
Fuel in Pioneer Square, Seattle, WA
The Oak Harbor Tavern, Oak Harbor, WA
Oh! Ghallagers, Tacoma, WA
Flights Pub, Everett, WA

Set List

Sets can range from 45 minutes to 2 hours depending on show/venue/time slot. We do all originals and an occasional cover or two, including the following songs (in no particular order):

Originals:

Walking Contradiction
Sunday Blues
Tupelo Rose
Go Between
Lonely Boy Blue
Stuck in Astoria
Not a Game
Beautiful When It Rains?
Cry at my Funeral
No Poetry
The Country Song
CCP
Yesterday
Carolina Comfort
Blue Eyed City Lights
Best Regards
Now or Never
You Be You
Break In Two
Changes of Misery
Love is Too Liberal
Sweetheart, Nevermind
Dear Someone
Water Damage

Covers:

That's Alright Mama/Fulsom Prison Blues/Shakedown on 9th Street (Elvis Presley/Johnny Cash/Ryan Adams)
Gun (Uncle Tupelo)
Nuclear (Ryan Adams)
I Will Dare (The Replacements)