Grimm Jack Live at the Village Pub in Lindenhurst March 25th…Saturday Night…Great Night of Music!! Village Pub of Lindenhurst 174 N. Wellwood Avenue Lindenhurst, NY 11757 (631) 226-2311 Also featuring…Mr. Scary (Dokken Tribute Band) and Fire on the Hudson. Get out of the Cold Rut and Let’s Rock Long Island!!! by
Grimm Jack Live, Saturday March 11th, Desmond’s Tavern, NYC Come on down and Rock the Big Apple with us. Desmond’s Tavern 433 Park Ave, New York, NY 10016 (212) 684-9472 www.desmondstavernnyc.com by
Thanks for coming down and Rockin’ with us at the KILLCODE Christmas show. We got a chance to meet a lot great fans for the first time and it was our first show with Joey Masters on guitar. Special Thanks to the boys from KILLCODE and everyone at The Crooked Rail. Cheers by
With the parting of Tommy Lestat from Grimm Jack, we’re going to be introducing our new guitar player Donatien “Joey” Masters on December 17th at the Crooked Rail show. And yes…we’re going to start updating our website after. LOL Cheers, Grimm Jack by
All the best to everyone this Thanksgiving. Grimm Jack is working on the next studio album and we hope to have it available soon. We’ll keep you posted. Keep Crankin’ up the music, Billy, Jimmie, Dave and GG…and our soon to be announced new guitar player by
Dear Grimm Jack Friends, It is with a heavy heart that I announce that I have left Grimm Jack. I want to clearly state that this is an amicable split. Billy, Jimmy, Dave and GG are my brothers and always will be. I need to focus on my family and some personal issues. Grimm Jack needs and deserves a guitar player that is focused on the music and able to give 100%. I unfortunately cannot give them that at this time. I will always play music and on occasion I…
Thank you everyone for coming down to Jones Beach on July 22nd. Great evening of music. Played mostly cuts from the “Thick As Thieves” cd some new songs and Grimm Jack classics. Keep on Rockin’ and Thanks for supporting Original Music. by
As always, a big Thank You to all that came down to the Crooked Rail in E. Northport, NY. Special night where the 1988 version of Grimm Jack performed on stage for the first time in 25 years. Thank you Scott and Rich for coming down and Rockin’ the Rail. Pics and Video’s are on Face Book. We added pics to the “On the Road” and “Friends” Galleries here on the Web Site. Keep coming back for more updates. Crank up the Grimm Jack. by
Thank you everyone for coming down to Arlene’s Grocery NYC on February 20 2016. We got to meet a bunch of new fans from England, Seattle, Staten Island and Long Island. You guys Rocked!!! We had the opportunity to play a few new songs “Out in the Cold” and “Smellin’ Like A Rose” that went over well. Arlene’s booked us for Friday April 29th, love to see everyone come down again. All the Best by
Billy Kohout: In typical rock and roll fashion I think. You know, we were doing so much work in such a little amount of time and it was the decadence of the ’80s so there was that whole lifestyle involved. We were showcasing with a major record company at the time. We were touring. There was too much going on and not enough oversight to kind of monitor what we were doing. And we kind of self-destructed from the inside out. In true rock and roll fashion… Sleaze Roxx Interview…
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.