Jack Off Jill

Jack Off Jill was a Florida Gothic-alternative rock band formed in 1992 by Jessicka Fodera. She initially joined up with Tenni Ah-Cha-Cha, though twelve members rotated through the group in its life. The group toured and performed with Marilyn Manson a significant number of times and have been compared to the more famous rocker. Like Manson, they were known for raunchy shows. In fact, Jessicka ran afoul of the adult entertainment laws of Jacksonville, Florida and was arrested in the city in 1994. Despite this, the group bore a greater resemblance to riot grrl groups, with Fodera's voice often child-like but able to reach a high intensity scream in the blink of an eye.

Discography

  • Sexless Demons & Scars (1998), produced by Don Fleming
  • Clear Hearts, Grey Flowers (2000), produced by Chris Vrenna

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In fact, Jessicka ran afoul of the adult entertainment laws of Jacksonville, Florida and was arrested in the city in 1994. Despite this, the group bore a greater resemblance to riot grrl groups, with Fodera's voice often child-like but able to reach a high intensity scream in the blink of an eye. This group scored a hit record with the instrumental "Weekend." Although the Comets did the actual recordings, when The Kingsmen went on tour, a different set of musicians performed instead of Haley's people. Like Manson, they were known for raunchy shows. Prior to this group's formation, another group called The Kingsmen operated in 1958 and was made up of members of Bill Haley & the Comets who were moonlighting from their regular work with Haley. The group toured and performed with Marilyn Manson a significant number of times and have been compared to the more famous rocker. If anything, all this attention only made the song more popular. She initially joined up with Tenni Ah-Cha-Cha, though twelve members rotated through the group in its life. The band attracted nationwide attention when "Louie, Louie" was banned by the governor of Indiana and attracted the attention of the FBI because of alleged indecent lyrics in the Kingsmen's version of the song.

Jack Off Jill was a Florida Gothic-alternative rock band formed in 1992 by Jessicka Fodera. The official band had more hits in the 1960s with party versions of "Money," "Little Latin Lupe Lu," and "The Jolly Green Giant.". Clear Hearts, Grey Flowers (2000), produced by Chris Vrenna. Easton eventually established his right to the name, and Ely was forced to stop using it. Sexless Demons & Scars (1998), produced by Don Fleming. Easton and another original member remained with the official band; Jack Ely, who sang lead on "Louie Louie," formed his own band with the same name; and Don Gallucci, the piano player, formed Don and the Goodtimes. The Kingsmen were a rock band from Milwaukie, Oregon who rose suddenly to fame with their recording of Richard Berry's "Louie Louie." After their recording of a much altered version of the song became a national hit in 1964, the group was reorganized when drummer Lynn Easton trademarked the band's name and announced that he was now lead singer (although, because he could not sing "Louie Louie," he lip-synched the recording when performing).

Download sample of "Louie Louie".

08-29-15 FTPPro Support FTPPro looks and feels just like Windows Explorer Contact FTPPro FTPPro Help Topics FTPPro Terms Of Use ftppro.com/browse2000.php Business Search Directory Real Estate Database WebExposure.us Google+ Directory Dan Schmidt is a keyboardist, composer, songwriter, and producer.