Jive Mother Mary
Jive Mother Mary - Another New Never
Jive Mother Mary proves that southern rock scene is alive and well. Hailing from Alamance, North Carolina, Mason Keck (guitar, vocals), Nathan Coe (bass) and Seth Aldridge (drums) started rockin’ at the tender age of fourteen and are in fact still attending school.
Jive Mother Mary rose from the ashes of Livewire in 2006, bringing fresh song writing talent to NC’s rock scene. After winning local Battle of Bands contest, they made name for themselves in North Carolina and have slowly build a wider presence.
From self-titled debut EP in 2007 to their latest release, All Fall Down, Jive Mother Mary has been working with Grammy nominated producer John Custer, whose earlier work include Cry Of Love and Corrosion Of Conformity albums.
All 10 tracks on their new album from opening “Let Me In” to last one “All Fall Down” feature a rich blend of melodic guitar riffs and vocals in true Southern rock tradition. In fact, Keck’s voice is mature beyond his years, even very Chris Robinson – like.
But don’t let the musicians young age fool you, Jive Mother Mary has over 200 gigs under their belt, performing with established Southern rock bands as The Black Crowes, Jackyl and Blackfoot, while building a fan base in several states (JMM is also youngest band to ever play dates at Sturgis rally), but have yet to break through into national presence, though this day may not be far away.
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Jive Mother Mary Discography:
2007 Jive Mother Mary (EP)
2009 All Fall Down