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My Jerusalem

My Jerusalem pay us a visit. They're from New Orleans, you know... very, very excited.

My Jerusalem pay us a visit .. they're from New Orleans you know .... very very excited. Their new single is called Bury It Low and is released on One Little Indian - 17th January 2011.

The collective met through singer-songwriter Jeff Klein, who played with each of them in his travels as a solo artist. Jeff met guitarist Dave Rosser, a touring member of the Twilight Singers, through producer Mike Napolitano. Bassist Ashley Dzerigian was in Great Northern and toured with Ed Harcourt. Drummer Cully Symington was in bands like Cursive and Bishop Allen and tracked the Gutter Twins album. Rick Nelson, who plays violin, viola, cello and keyboards in the band, is a longtime member of the Polyphonic Spree and St. Vincent. Matt Bricker, also a member of the Polyphonic Spree, had been playing with The Low Lows.

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Thu 13 Jan 2011 19:00

Music Played

  • My Jerusalem

    Valley Of Casualties

  • Ian Hunter

    Once Bitten Twice Shy

  • Wire

    Please Take

  • Gruff Rhys

    Conservation Conversation

  • Deerhoof

    Fresh Born

  • Ween

    Captain Fantasy

  • Robert Johnson

    Terraplane Blues

  • Stereolab

    Ping Pong

  • Von Südenfed

    Fledermaus Can't Get It

  • Peter Tosh & The Soulmates - Rudies Medley

  • My Jerusalem

    Love You When You Leave

  • My Jerusalem

    Sweet Chariot

  • Ween

    Captain Fantasy

  • Metronomy

    She Wants

  • Koko Von Napoo


  • The Breeders


  • Elbow

    Neat Little Rows

  • Melys


  • The Duke Spirit

    Everybody's Under Your Spell

  • Michael Nesmith & The First National Band


  • Black Sabbath

    Planet Caravan

  • Jackson 5 - The Love You Save

  • Steppenwolf

    The Pusher


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