Jerome Newton & the Band Who Fell to Earth absolutely NAIL the 70s glam rock era. They focus of Ziggy-era Bowie (in fact, their repertoire includes the entire Ziggy Stardust album), but they also pay their respects to Roxy, Eno, Mott, T-Rex, etc. Our show is a little glitzy and a little sleazy, but mostly it ROCKS!
Price Range: $500-2000
Gig Length: 45 - 120 minutes
What to Expect
Jerome Newton plays a tight, high energy set of favorites from the glam rock era. Our constantly grwoing repertoire is mostly Ziggy Stardust-era David Bowie, with songs from Roxy Music, Brian Eno, Mott the Hoople and T-Rex included. The band absolutely NAILS the spirit of the era. With flashy costumes, sexy dance moves, and high energy rock and roll,
Jerome Newton & the Band Who Fell to Earth absolutely NAIL the 70s glam rock era. They focus of Ziggy-era Bowie (in fact, their repertoire includes the entire Ziggy Stardust album), but they also pay their respects to Roxy, Eno, Mott, T-Rex, etc.
Lead singer "Joey Bowie" puts on a terrific show, and singer/dancer Meredith Greer (aka the Chameleon Queen) and just enough burlesque spice to keep the audience on their toes!
The band, including guitar-slinger Rayon King, sax-man Stan Satin, keyboard wizard Dr. Z, bass-miester Sir Charles Kinbote, and drum-wrangler Cat Gut, are all first-rate players who capture both the raw power and the subtle dynamics of one of the most entertaining eras in rock music.
We can play anything from one brief set, up to an entire evening. Our continually growing repertoire includes not only the "greatest hits" of the genre, but deeper cuts as well. With the right incentive are also able and willing to work up YOUR favorite glam-rock tunes!
Depending on venue and budget, we can usually provide our own sound and lights. Our entourage is seven musicians and 2 support persons.
Additional Booking Notes
We have seven musicians, five of whom sing. For smaller venues, we can provide our own sound and lights (for additional fee). For larger venues, sound and light needs will have to be discussed. A secure dressing area near the stage is critical as our singer(s) change costumes frequently during the show. Other than that, we're flexible.
The Man Who Sold the World
Panic In Detroit
It Ain’t Easy
Hang Onto Yourself
Rock and Roll Suicide
Life on Mars?
Baby’s On Fire
Fat Lady of Limbourg
Editions of You
The True Wheel
King’s Lead Hat
20th Century Boy
All The Young Dudes
|The Chameleon Queen||Singer/dancer|
|Sir. Charles Kinbote||Bass|
Influences & Inspiration
David Bowie, Roxy Music, Brian Eno, Mott the Hoople and T-Rex
PA system, monitors, 6-12 inputs (depending on venue)
stage lighting as req'd
private dressing area