We're on the bill for this years Jersey Shore Music Festival. We'll be playing a 30 minute set at Jimbo's. The address is 715 Boardwalk, Seaside Heights, NJ. There's going to be a plethora of bands there from all over the world and if you know Seaside Heights, there will be plenty of bells and whistles to go along with the entertainment.
The CD RELEASE SHOW has finally been booked and will take place on Friday, May 15th at The Homestead in Oyster Bay, NY! Joining the band for the evening on keyboards, percussion and backup vocals will be Mike DiMeo who tours with Tommy James and the Shondelles (“I Think We’re Alone Now” and “Mony Mony”) and Bonnie Tyler (“Total Eclipse of the Heart” and “It’s a Heartache”). The show will start around 8pm and Katie Pearlman, a local favorite will be our special guest doing an opening set before The Grave Jinglers take the stage. This will be the first self-hosted show after the release of our latest album, “Reign of the West” which Skope magazine says is “An extremely rewarding choice; this blend of Rock/Americana works really, really well right from the opening track “When I Shut The Door” as The Grave Jinglers demonstrate tight songs, skillful playing and perfect production on this album instantly” (read the full review at the bottom of the page). The album has made the US charts and sits at #20 Relix Magazine, #25 CMJ, and #234 AMA! We are looking forward to performing this music in its entirety for the first time here at home before heading out on the road to share it with a larger part of the country later this year. The Homestead is a landmark bar and restaurant that has excellent food and a great atmosphere, so we are glad to have the place to celebrate for the night. The cost of admission ($25) will include a special CD release show giveaway which we will announce soon. Tickets will be available at the link provided below or at the rear entrance on the night of the show. This is a very promising time for the band, so we know it will be a very memorable night for us and for all who attend. We look forward to seeing you and hanging after the show. PARKING – There will be parking available in the municipal lot directly behind The Homestead which you can access by turning RIGHT onto Summit Street from South Street (Rt. 106) and then making the first LEFT onto Townsend Square. You will be able to enter the bar from the parking lot through the rear entrance.
The Grave Jinglers will be performing two sets of music, promoting the release of our new album, "Reign of the West" scheduled for release this fall! You will be amongst the first to hear many of these songs. It will be a night to remember in this beautiful location and venue with a vast array of wines, food, and "The Wild West of Rock." See you at the show!
Doc Reinhart and Charlie Rauh of The Grave Jinglers will be playing two acoustic sets in this intimate venue. Our acoustic arrangements of the songs offer a completely different vibe and may even be more "western" than usual. Also of note, this fine coffee establishment serves specialized pizza and gelato in addition to various coffees. Come out and watch the shop get turned into the wild west right before your eyes. Seating will be LIMITED so come early if you would like to see this rare showing.
Sounds Like: Kings Of Leon, Tom Waits, Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, Bob Dylan, Dave Matthews Band
Manager: Rose Coogan
Bio: "Reign of the West" LP made the US charts . . . #4 Relix Magazine, #25 CMJ, and #234 AMA!!
“The Wild West of Rock”
The Grave Jinglers are a rock band based in the Long Island / New York City area. Their music is rooted in rock but colored by many other styles. Skope magazine says, "there’s no...See Full Bio
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“Fantastic first full-length release by the Grave Jinglers! With Reign of the West, singer and multi-instrumentalist Doc Reinhart and gang offer up a wonderful combination of catchy songs that effectively combine country, rock and pop music influences. What impressed me most is the high level of musicianship and mature, stellar playing that always serve the song. The passionate and unique singing voice of Doc Reinhart is the perfect vehicle that propels these songs. There’s a lot going on here - serious music for the serious listener. A beautiful and well-balanced recording that simply sounds great. Bravo!”