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The Jellybricks Tickets, Tour Dates and Concerts
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Sharon
January 12th 2017
Awesome as usual!!!!
Harrisburg, PA@
Stage on Herr

About The Jellybricks

“The band that just keeps going.”
The even-keeled ascent of The Jellybricks is living proof that a band need not be an overnight sensation to feel lucky. A rock group in the classic two-guitars-bass-drums tradition, this Harrisburg, Pennsylvania-based crew persevered for two decades before claiming the spotlight with Some Kind Of Lucky, their first album for Wicked Cool Records. “The opportunity to make a new, better record is what always leads us back into the recording studio,” says guitarist/vocalist Larry Kennedy.

The Jellybricks began as a vehicle for Larry’s original songs in the mid-’90s but has steadily evolved over eight releases into a four-headed collaboration with all four members writing and singing lead. “We’ve gotten really good at speaking the same language when it comes to collaborating.” says bassist/vocalist Garrick Chow.

Drawing inspiration from decades of melodic Rock 'n' Roll — from the '60s British Invasion to '90s Alternative — their catchy tracks didn't go unnoticed. Stevie Van Zandt, founder of Wicked Cool Records and the Underground Garage radio properties took notice, elevating their 2012 track “Rock ’n’ Roll Suicide” to Coolest Song in the World status, an honor they also collected with “About The Weekend” in 2014.

2019 saw the release of "Some Kind Of Lucky,” which included the song “Brooklyn,” notable for being the first track co-written by all four Jellybricks, and which received a nomination for Best Video at the Independent Music Awards. The album itself set a record with four songs earning the title of "Coolest Song in the World" in Little Steven’s Underground Garage. The Jellybricks' dedication was further recognized that year when they were honored with the Central PA Music Hall of Fame Best Rock Band award.

2024 finds the band back in the studio at work on their next full-length release, with Grammy-winning Producer Geoff Sanoff behind the board. The first single from the as-yet-untitled new album, “Monday’s Never,” features a guest appearance by guitarist Doug Gillard (Guided By Voices, Nada Surf), and was released on Wicked Cool Records on November 3rd.
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Genres:
Garage Rock, Rock, Rocknroll, Pop, Power Pop
Band Members:
Larry Kennedy - guitar, vocals, Tom Kristich - drums, vocals, Bryce Connor - guitar, vocals, Garrick Chow - bass guitar, vocals
Hometown:
Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania

The Jellybricks's tour

Bandsintown Merch

Circle Hat
$25.0 USD
Live Collage Sweatshirt
$45.0 USD
Rainbow T-Shirt
$30.0 USD
Circle Beanie
$20.0 USD

Fan Reviews

Sharon
January 12th 2017
Awesome as usual!!!!
Harrisburg, PA@
Stage on Herr

About The Jellybricks

“The band that just keeps going.”
The even-keeled ascent of The Jellybricks is living proof that a band need not be an overnight sensation to feel lucky. A rock group in the classic two-guitars-bass-drums tradition, this Harrisburg, Pennsylvania-based crew persevered for two decades before claiming the spotlight with Some Kind Of Lucky, their first album for Wicked Cool Records. “The opportunity to make a new, better record is what always leads us back into the recording studio,” says guitarist/vocalist Larry Kennedy.

The Jellybricks began as a vehicle for Larry’s original songs in the mid-’90s but has steadily evolved over eight releases into a four-headed collaboration with all four members writing and singing lead. “We’ve gotten really good at speaking the same language when it comes to collaborating.” says bassist/vocalist Garrick Chow.

Drawing inspiration from decades of melodic Rock 'n' Roll — from the '60s British Invasion to '90s Alternative — their catchy tracks didn't go unnoticed. Stevie Van Zandt, founder of Wicked Cool Records and the Underground Garage radio properties took notice, elevating their 2012 track “Rock ’n’ Roll Suicide” to Coolest Song in the World status, an honor they also collected with “About The Weekend” in 2014.

2019 saw the release of "Some Kind Of Lucky,” which included the song “Brooklyn,” notable for being the first track co-written by all four Jellybricks, and which received a nomination for Best Video at the Independent Music Awards. The album itself set a record with four songs earning the title of "Coolest Song in the World" in Little Steven’s Underground Garage. The Jellybricks' dedication was further recognized that year when they were honored with the Central PA Music Hall of Fame Best Rock Band award.

2024 finds the band back in the studio at work on their next full-length release, with Grammy-winning Producer Geoff Sanoff behind the board. The first single from the as-yet-untitled new album, “Monday’s Never,” features a guest appearance by guitarist Doug Gillard (Guided By Voices, Nada Surf), and was released on Wicked Cool Records on November 3rd.
Show More
Genres:
Garage Rock, Rock, Rocknroll, Pop, Power Pop
Band Members:
Larry Kennedy - guitar, vocals, Tom Kristich - drums, vocals, Bryce Connor - guitar, vocals, Garrick Chow - bass guitar, vocals
Hometown:
Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania

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