Rebel Jelly

Rebel Jelly

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With each member contributing their writing skills, a wide range of a sound has quickly developed among the group. While still holding true to their influences, a soulful and melodic blend of funk, jazz, rock, and pop is what they bring to the table. Their main concern? To keep it MUSiCAL!

Biography

Rebel Jelly is an extremely new creation combining the spiritual guitar of Kurt Johnson, soulful keyboards of Tony Gallicchio, the thick, melodic bass of Justin Rister, and the colorful grooves of G. Scott Corey.
In just a little bit of time, the Ithaca/Rochester group has gained a dedicated fan base that is expanding. The band's mission is to offer a memorable experience to audiences by sharing and exploring a variety of genres through composition and improvisation.

Discography

2007 - Full Length Debut Album is currently being mixed.
Release date is scheduled for Mid-September.

2006 - The Loft Sessions EP - in regular rotaion on:

90.7 - WETD - Alfred, NY
98.9 - The Buzz - Rochester, NY
102.7 - WEQX-FM - Jam N Toast - Manchester, VT

Video footage available at: www.myspace.com/rebeljelly

Set List

2 Sets - Up to 2 hours each

We strongly believe in the evolution of a set list. It is important that we change it up every night.
We are also always working to build up a large "cover" repertoire. We feel it is important to have an arsenal of surprises readily available in order to catch the audience off guard at any given
moment. We usually throw in about 2 to 3 covers in a two hour set.

Originals:
World Around
How Down Can You Get?
Tell Myself
Start to Dance
Taboo
When You're in Town
Got a Girl
Every Little Thing
How You Been?
Leaving Town
Can We Get Back?
As We Come of Age
Forty Thieves/First Word
Ghetto
wenindee
Rt. 17
Fractured
Thrust
Half Step
Oto/Oku
Pink Lady
The Rise and Fall of Vikous Findle

Covers:
Breathe - Pink Floyd
Right Place, Wrong Time - Dr. John
I got a Woman - R. Charles
Use Me - B. Withers
Why don't we do it in the road - The Beatles
People Say
Cissy Strut - The Meters
Boogie on Reggae Woman - S. Wonder
Feelin' Alrigh