Timber Jerry released a NEW CD in early 2003... their sophomore effort "Audio Cinema" is available on their web site at TimberJerry.com. Or, through CDBaby. Their latest effort showcases their "Superfun Jumprock" sound, driven by percussive rhythm guitar work and strong vocal harmonies. Other esteemed Boston musicians appear on the recording, including their producer and 30 year music veteran Stu Covington. Tom Bianchi fills in on bass and Adam Schertzer adds his smooth saxophone to complete a full, satisfying listening experience.
Over the past two years, they've played esteemed Boston clubs such as Harper's Ferry, Great Scott, Kendall Cafe, and The Middle East (Corner), and other local MA venues. They may be best known for their rare cover versions of 80's hits like "Bust A Move" and "Sexual Healing." Also to be noted (and available for download on this site) is their 80's parody of the Bryan Adams classic "Summer of 69."
Other venues on Timber Jerry's resume include the Lowell Memorial Auditorium, Mount Wachusett opening for jamband giant Entrain, and MA colleges Westfield State and Becker College.
I'm glad I can say I was there when TJ rocked the Lowell Auditorium!
Some of the best times of my life were with this band, loved playing the bar scene.