Trembling Earth is a rock/blues band founded in Athens, GA in 2000, the band is currently based out if Southeast Michigan. In 2013 the band celebrated a successful EP release at The Blind Pig in Ann Arbor, MI. This project, soon to be a full length album by Spring 2014 will be the bands second studio album. Performing shows across the U.S. for over a decade, Trembling Earth combines elements of blues-based rock, jazz, boogie-woogie, and driving psychedelic guitar jams. Trembling Earth shows consist of a mix of classic rock standards, like Rolling Stones, Neil Young, Pink Floyd, and Mississippi blues, like Ledbelly, or Howling Wolf. An ever-expanding catalog of noteworthy songwriting delivered with fiery musicianship, sets Trembling Earth apart as a true original.
In 2010 the band released it's first studio album “Trembling Earth- Creatures”, and the 2-disk live album, “Live at Lunar”.
The name “Trembling Earth” was chosen by founding member, singer/songwriter, and lead guitarist John Heath in homage to one of his distant Native American ancestors from his hometown of Waycross, GA known for it vast wilderness and the Okefenokee Swamp. Okefenokee, in English, translates to “Land of Trembling Earth”.
Currently the band is working on their second studio album at Big Sky Records in Ann Arbor, plans to support the album with a tour down South in Spring of 2014. Trembling Earth embarks on national tours a couple times a year and is currently focused on building draw in Michigan, Illinois, Indiana , and Ohio.