Jim Jones All Stars + Supports

  • Date: 05/11/2023
  • Time:2023/11/05 20:00
  • Location: 89 De Grey Street Hull HU5 2RU
  • Venue: Jim Jones All Stars + SupportsThe New Adelphi Club
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Jim Jones All Stars
+ Supports
Sunday 5th November 2023
The New Adelphi Club
£17.50 Adv from Seetickets Click Here
Doors 8pm

The rocking new nine-piece band from garage godfather Jim Jones! Blistering R&B meets Rock n Roll!

Promoting the new album ‘AIN’T NO PERIL’ out on 29th September it’s the incredible JIM JONES ALL STARS.

After a midnight offering at the real crossroads in Clarksdale, Mississippi, the band made the pilgrimage to Memphis, Tennessee to record with Memphis Magnetic founder Scott McEwen (JD McPherson, Nick Waterhouse) in May of 2022.

A bubbling swamp curse of unholy rhythm, Jim Jones All Stars is the latest project from garage godfather Jim Jones (Thee Hypnotics, The Jim Jones Revue). Formed during the pandemic, it features The Jim Jones Revue members Gavin Jay and Elliot Mortimer, drummer Chris Ellul from (The Heavy) veteran punk blues guitarist Carlton Mounsher (The Swamps), and a full horn section (Tenor Saxophonist Stuart Dace and Baritone Saxophonists Tom Hodges and Chuchi Malapersona).

The resulting LP “Ain’t No Peril” is a thick, greasy slab of ramalama rhythm and blues that highlights some of Jones most inspired songwriting ever and features guest appearances from vocal powerhouse Nikki Hill and Oxbow’s Eugene S. Robinson.

“When you’re recording within spitting distance of the Mississippi river, there’s something about that heavy Memphis air that changes the way that you hear the groove and grind,” says Jim Jones. ‘Ain’t No Peril’ captures that feeling and bathes in that magic.

“Jim Jones has fashioned the All Stars as a vehicle to return to the stage and reinvigorate his mojo.” Classic Rock

“Jim Jones is entering his imperial phase.” Shindig

“Jim Jones All Stars leave the sold out crowd in state wide-eyed excitement.” Vive le Rock

“Bigger, better and even noisier than ever!” Louder Than War