The limitations of Coronavirus have put the full Righteous Mind band on ice for the time being. Stripped back to the raw elements of a three piece featuring Gavin Jay on bass and Aidan Sinclair on drums, Jim lays down heavy duty fuzz riffs over primal, Neolithic rhythms and snarling, growling grooves. The bands first public outing will be a streamed video of two Cramps songs.played live in the studio as part of an online festival for The Bowery Electric. Watch this space for more news from Jim Jones Righteous Three soon.
Like many venues, The Bowery Electric is facing uncertain times. This years ‘Sally Can’t Dance featuring music by The Cramps’ festival will go ahead as a paid live stream, with a mix of socially distanced performances from the venue and pre-recorded videos. Tickets cost $15 USD and the night features a stellar line-up with performances from Kid Congo, Chuck Prophet, Bob Bert, Bebe Buell, The Schizophonics and many, many more.
Air time is 9pm EST (USA) Friday Oct. 30th. For those not in America or into early morning rock ‘n’ roll, the show will be available for viewing at any time of the day for 2 weeks after broadcast.
Ticket link here: https://theboweryelectric.
Long Live The Cramps and The Bowery!