Hey there folks, New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo has implemented new COVID laws. The rule says that all events for which people need to buy tickets at bars to see a music performance are prohibited. And it bans bar owners from collecting “cover charges” at the door. Often, that is the way venues pay the bands they hire to entertain patrons. Venues also can’t advertise live entertainment. Grimm Jack’s Billy Kohout has gone on the record in this interview. Check it out… https://www.silive.com/coronavirus/2020/08/ny-bands-start-petition-to-protest-ban-on-ticketed-events-at-bars.html?fbclid=IwAR07_qkfoqh1bqvwh6CDBdnbzj-Kp2NaN6bMYiOWJtct2UFH1uk1o38-8Eg by
Hey there folks. Sorry for the long absence in updates. Several weeks ago Grimm Jack brought onboard a new drummer by the name of Jimmy McClain. He’s energetic and excited to work on this project. He’s worked with Billy in the past and was a long time drummer for the band Dorian Grey. He will finish up the new album with us and play upcoming shows. Welcome aboard Jimmy McClain!!! by
Hey there Grimm Jack fans…Our awesome friend Tracey Porpora wrote a great article about the Grimmers in the Staten Island Advance. Click on the link below and read away. ~Cheers https://www.silive.com/news/2019/09/grimm-jack-to-release-new-album-with-1970s-americana-rock-n-roll-sound.html?fbclid=IwAR0lTdVm57Ona1dYxRFApAuUcoBpSIi_4jG3CKcUHfYoWtIhAQXecG1fVCM by
Hey There Grimm Jack fans. Yes, we just released a new lyric video for “Skin and Bones”. It’s posted on our YouTube channel and of course we want everyone to take a peak. Sleaze Roxx caught word of it and printed some very nice words about us. Thanks Olivier. Check out the what they had to say by pressing the link below. All the Best ~Grimm Jack http://sleazeroxx.com/grimm-jack-release-lyric-video-for-track-skin-and-bones/?fbclid=IwAR12UwElOH32VIcQVD-O01CFlLJJpuoeoyKPAqydR1j9-ddPmfpr9cGI4gM by
Hey there Grimm Jack Fans here is the latest news… We have been working on New Material and hoping to release it soon. In the meantime, we have a few upcoming shows and would love to see you there. Friday, March 15th at The Rail, Smithtown, NY Tuesday, April 9th at KJ Farrells, Bellmore, NY Sunday, May 5th at Revolution, Amityville, NY Saturday, May 18th at The Rail, Smithtown, NY by
December 11th is going to be an incredible night of music at The Bowery Electric. This is a Show Case event for Rising Five and Grimm Jack has the honor of kicking off the evening. We’d love to have all our friends come down for a Rockin’ night. Get your tickets now because this is going to be Sold Out!!! by
December 8th at The Rail, Grimm Jack will be Rockin’ the opening slot for the one and only KILLCODE. It’s a Rock n’ Roll X-Mas bash you don’t want to miss!!! We’d love to have all our friends come down n’ bring your Holiday Spirit for a Rockin’ good time. by
October 20th at Revolution, Grimm Jack is sharing the stage with a bunch of great bands, for another pre-Halloween Rock n’ Roll bash. We’d love to have our friends come down n’ Rock with the Jack. Show your support for the local music scene. Revolutions, 140 Merrick Road, Amityville, NY 11701 https://revolutionliny.com/ by
October 16th at The Bitter End, Grimm Jack is sharing the stage with a bunch of great bands, for a pre-Halloween Rock n’ Roll party. We’d love to have our friends come down n’ Rock with us at this historic NYC venue. Show your support for the local music scene. The Bitter End, 47 Bleecker St, NY, NY 10012 http://www.bitterend.com/ by
Come join “Squeeky” (I’m sure most of you don’t remember who this is) at the World Famous Arlene’s Grocery, Saturday August 18 at 10:00. Arlene’s is at 95 Stanton St. NY, New York. It’s going to be a great night of music. And yes I know we spelled absolutely wrong. by
By Way Of A Little History...
New York’s Grimm Jack has been considered one of America’s best underdog rock and roll bands for twenty-five years. A hard-driving but melodic act, the band has often been compared to Aerosmith and Guns ‘N’ Roses, with a bit of southern bluesy flavor thrown in. Although not signed to a major label record company, Grimm Jack gained a large and loyal fanbase through touring and radio-friendly songs that could be heard on FM rock radio from New York to California at the height of the band’s success.