British future garage duo 5. American punk rock band 6. rock band from Kosovo 7. A hip-hop artist/rapper from New Jersey. 8.
Czech blues/rock band 1) Jericho is an israeli hard/progressive/psychedelic rock ensemble that recorded only one, self-titled, album in 1972. Band started in 1965, in Israel, as The Churchills, later they moved to England, changed their's name to Jericho Jones, next to Jericho and signed up canadian guitarist Robb Huxley. 2) Jericho is the solo project of Mark Salling (born in Dallas, Texas). He released an album called Smoke Signals in 2008. Salling plays Puck, a member of the Glee Cast, on Glee, a musical comedy television series that airs on Fox.
3) The Canadian group Jericho was formed in Toronto in 1970, with members Frank DiFelice, from Brantford, Ontario, on drums, Denny Gerrard on bass, lead guitarist and singer Fred Keeler from David Clayton Thomas' first group, the Shays, and keyboard/accordion player and singer Gordon Fleming. Gord Fleming also worked with John Hammond, David Clayton Thomas, Jesse Winchester, Ian & Sylvia, Cat Stevens, and the wonderful Kate and Anna McGarrigle. He later stopped playing, and was working as an art restorer in Toronto when he died in February 1996. Gord and his twin brother Paul Fleming, a musician, lawyer, and artist both played in Ronnie Hawkins' band after the breakup with Levon and the Hawks. Denny Gerrard, who played with many Canadian groups, including the Paupers, and also recorded with Richie Havens and Peter, Paul & Mary, is still playing in Toronto, in Mike McKenna and Slidewinder. At the time of Jericho, Gerrard was considered one of the rock world's best, his extended solo at Monterey with the Paupers is cited in a number of books as the first highlight of the festival. Peter Traynor, who got a thank-you on Jericho, played bass with Robbie Robertson in his early groups the Suedes and Robbie and the Robots, and was Thumper in Thumper and the Trambones (or Trombones).
Traynor's role on Jericho was probably as technical wiz and/or builder of amps. Another early band-mate of Robbie, Scott Cushnie, who also played in the Suedes, took Gordon Fleming's place in a second version of Jericho, formed around DiFelice to take advantage of the name and the hit single; neither Gerrard nor Keeler was in that version. Keeler was not only the guitarist of the Shays, he was one of the two local young turks in Toronto who got so good at playing like Robbie that Robbie was challenged to get even better (which he of course did!) Jericho released their self-titled Bearsville album in 1971 and split soon after. They had one hit record with "Make It Better" in 1971, on Bearsville Records, distributed by Ampex Records in Canada and the United States.
"Make It Better" and its flipside, "Cheater Man", were written by Fred Keeler. Produced by Todd Rundgren, the music on Jericho is really nice, strongly reminiscent of The Band circa Stage Fright (Rundgren also did production/mix work on Stage Fright. The cover design for both Jericho and Stage Fright was done by Bob Cato.) The extensive liner notes say: "The Story goes that Jericho came down to Shady from Toronto...They compliment The Band and talk strongly about Albert and BB King, Big Mama Thornton, Red Garland, Otis Redding....".) Some of the tracks really rock, some are ballads. All songs were composed by Keeler and/or Fleming, except a cover of Mose Allison's "Fool Killer". Garth Hudson is credited on the Jericho album, he did not play but was thanked for letting Gordon Fleming use his clavinette and Leslie organ speaker on the recording. Sidemen * Frank DiFelice, drums * Denny Gerrard, bass/harmony vocals * Fred Keeler, guitar/vocals * Gordon Fleming, keyboard/accordion/vocals * Todd Rundgren, rhythm guitar/harmony vocals * Produced and engineered by Todd Rundgren at Bearsville Studio * Liner Notes Pat Cox * Artwork/Layout Bob Cato Special thanks to * The Incredible Todd Rundgren * Garth Hudson of The Band for the use of his clavinette and leslie * Albert Grossman * Turtle Creek * Jim at the Bearsville Sound Studio * Bob Younger * Pete Traynor Jericho - Jericho - 1971 - Bearsville 10112, distributed by Ampex.
4) British future garage duo. They released the singles "Judas / Babel" on L25 Recordings. http://www.myspace.com/jerichosound 5) Smoke or Fire went by Jericho before changing their name first to Jericho RVA and then to their current name. They were originally out of New Hampshire but had a strong following in the North Shore of MA, particularly Gloucester, MA. They released two albums: When the Battery Dies and Worker's Union.
Aside from Smoke or Fire's work, Jericho frontman Joe McMahon has released a split album with Brendan Kelly of the Lawrence Arms called Wasted Potential. 6) Another Jericho is a Rock band From Kosovo. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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