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  • Hooker Jane Lee - No B! (CD)


    Jane Lee Hooker is a band of five women from New York City who infuse the grit and attitude of their hometown into the blues.
    With double lead guitars, a heavy rhythm section, and soul-scouring vocals, JLH honors the likes of Muddy Waters, Howlin Wolf, Johnny Winter, Big Mama Thornton, and other blues greats.

    Notable stages JLH has graced include NYC’s Irving Plaza, B.B. King’s, and Highline Ballroom, El Cid (L.A.), Pappy & Harriet s (Pioneertown, CA), the
    Knitting Factory (Brooklyn), Dogfish Head Brewery (Rehoboth Beach, DE), and Antone s Record Shop (Austin, TX). They ve shared bills with Death Valley

    Girls, Supersuckers, The Ike Reilly Assassination, Frightwig, Whiskey Shivers, Steepwater Band, The Wailers, Bernard Fowler, Southside Johnny and the Asbury Jukes, and the Bluebonnets (feat. Kathy Valentine, ex Go-Go s), among others.

    JLH are by no means new to the game. Between the five members, they have decades of experience playing, recording, and touring both nationally and internationally. Individually, the members of JLH have played for thousands of fans while sharing bills with the likes of Motörhead, MC5, Lynyrd Skynyrd, and Deep Purple.

    So how d this gang of pros find each other? Guitarists Hightop and T-Bone honed their love of blazing dual leads in Helldorado in the 90s. From there,
    Hightop joined Nashville Pussy, T-Bone joined Bad Wizard, and both women toured the world. But when their time with those bands ended, they realized they really missed the rush of trading guitar solos with one another, leaving audiences howling with joy.

    But first they needed a band. They quickly recruited Hail Mary, who played bass with Hightop in the punk band the Wives. Cool Whip sat behind the drum kit and got the nod before she even finished slamming out the first song of her audition. And no singer in the entire city can bring a crowd to its knees harder or faster than Dana `Danger` Athens.

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