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Artist: Grimm Jack

Title: Jailhouse Tattoo

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Grimm Jack Jailhouse Tattoo Album Cover

 

Category: Sleaze Glam

Year: 1990

Label: Cyn City Records

Catalog Number: SM007

Personnel

Billy Kohout lead vocals, harmonica
Paul Vassa bass
David Leeds drums
Jimmie Mack guitars
Tommy Lestat guitars

Tracks

1.  Looking for Heaven  4:39   Listen
2.  Maybelline  3:25   Listen
3.  Wasting Time  4:10   Listen
4.  Love Will Save the Day  4:44   Listen
5.  Holy Rollers  3:45   Listen
  
Total Running Time:  20:43

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Scott Hill Date: February 25, 2001 at 22:30
Grimm Jack was a fantastic live band. I saw them live in Columbus, Ohio in December of 1990. They smoked! I will never understand why this act was never signed to a major label--Billy's vocals were dynamite. They should do a reunion tour of the midwest. One great band indeed!!

From: Matthew Date: February 28, 2001 at 23:10
Really good songs. Mediocre production. Crappy drum mix. Drums sound way too thin. Talented vocalist. Better than their 1988 "Partners In Crime" release. Better than average EP.

From: Denise Date: March 2, 2001 at 22:41
Good solid catchy songs/talented songwriter(s)/drum mix could be better/highlights are "Looking For Heaven" and "Love will Save the Day"/ good fun live band--saw them several times in clubs on Long Island in the late 80's and early 90's. One of the best NYC metro bands ever. They are really missed. If you see this guys--HOW ABOUT GETTING BACK TOGETHER?? Love Ya!

From: Carl Patrick Date: March 3, 2001 at 18:32
Songs on this EP are as good if not better than stuff from Great White, Tesla, Kix, Poison. Every song here could have been a hit single. So the drum mix could have been better--so what. Still a really enjoyable collection of music from a really talented yet really underrated band. This is the only place on the web I've found anything about GJ. I've got a copy of 'Jailhouse" and if you don't then you are missing out on a true gem of a band.

From: Cindy Date: March 7, 2001 at 12:58
"Love Will Save The Day" is one of my all time favorite songs ever. Too bad it wasn't a big radio/mtv hit. I have a cassette copy of "Jailhouse" and I've played it to death over the last 11 years. This band was much better than Poison or others in that style of music. Better than average by far.

From: Jeff Bailey Date: March 9, 2001 at 16:29
Added my email addy above but for some reason it didn't go thru. If anybody can hook me up with GrimmJack stuff or has any info about this great band please contact me at: bloozerocker@yahoo.com THANKS!

From: lady Date: March 11, 2001 at 1:16
I've finally found Grimm Jack on the 'net--I've been looking for a long time! I've been listening to the "Jailhouse Tattoo" CD for some time now; the mix is bad, but the musical quality is great--Lestat makes this CD with his fabulous guitar work. I've also heard unreleased studio versions of "Jailhouse Tattoo" (the song), "Downtown", "Amanda", "Cheap Perfume", and an awesome version of Janis Joplin's "Piece Of My Heart". If you can find their Christmas song from 1989, it's well worth it!!!

From: Brad Date: March 14, 2001 at 12:01
GJ's 1988 "Partners In Crime" was mixed better but "Tattoo" has much better material. Kohout's vocals are top notch quality. Saw GJ live in Baltimore at least 4 times 1989-91 and always they were excellent. Rumour is they got signed to major label but lost it all after some freak even where Kohout deflected something thrown at him on stage someplace in the midwest. Some guy got blinded and sued the band and they lost everything. Great band--damn sure better than Pussycat or Kix.

From: Dale Henderson Date: March 15, 2001 at 13:37
Mixed bad but still sounds real good. Some of the best songs I have ever heard of and this is one of my all time faves. Singer puts Jack Russel and Axle Rose to shame. 'Love Saves" and "Holy Rollers' are best songs on this one. I've seen many copies of GJ Cds and tapes in used music stores around Richmond and DC in the last few years. Does anybody know if they are still around? How come crappy bands hit big and great ones like Jack just fade away. Anyway,GJ rates 9 out of 10 in my book.

From: Jenny Date: March 16, 2001 at 14:30
"Jailhouse' is really good CD. I have "Partners" and an old record LP of GJ from 1986 called "Janet'. Best song on 'Jailhouse" is "Love Will Save". Singer is great and guitar work good too. Saw GJ at New York Palladium in 1991 when the won East Coast Rocker magazine best band of the year award. Great live band and really nice group of guys. Another great band that should have done better and hit the bigtime.

From: Greg Date: March 19, 2001 at 16:15
Good songs and good musicians. Mix is decent and vocals really stand out. 'Tattoo" is best of all GJ recordings, except maybe the "Tickle Your Fancy" material that never got released. Harmony vocals and acoustic guitar on "Maybelline" are a nice change from the down and dirty rockers GJ is best known for. "Tattoo" usually sells for about $20-25 in used shops around NYC metro area. If you can find one get it because it won't stay on the shelf long. Damn good band---A+ and top notch music all the

From: Mike Marker Date: March 20, 2001 at 19:00
Man, I saw the band in Huntington, WV. The were as good or better than seeing Aerosmith live!! Their vocalist was awesome. I am one of the lucky ones who owns this cd. MAN it smokes!! A very incredible live act. bast69@hotmail.com

From: Neal Tolliver Date: March 22, 2001 at 1:20
"Love Saves The Day' "Maybelline" and "Holy Rollers" are high points on this one. Sounds cheaply produced but songs are really good. Bought it used for $10 at a flea market in Ashland, KY last summer. Singer sounds like Rod Stewart and Jack Russell had a kid--he is VERY good. Better than average band/ about 8 on a 10 scale.

From: Aaron Date: March 25, 2001 at 23:24
Leeds is a really good drummer but snare sounds like a cardboard box. Bass is buried in the mix and you have to listen hard to find it. Guitar work above average. The singer really stands out and is great. Really good songs . Saw Grimms live in Wheeling, WV in summer of '90. At least 400 people packed a dump that would only hold about 200 to see this band. They kicked ass. Saw them again in Pittsburgh later and they rocked again. One of the best live bands I ever saw.

From: Darren Date: March 27, 2001 at 0:56
"Love Saves the Day' got regular airplay on Pittsburgh radio in the fall of 1990 and is the best song on this CD. I saw GJ in a Pittsburgh bar and they litterally blew the roof off that joint. "Jailhouse" is a good recording even though it kind of sounds like a demo. Pittsburgh dj's loved Grimm Jack and predicted they would make it really big. I wish they had been right about this band. I'd love to see them again. They were the best show I ever saw in a nightclub. Kohout is a hell of a singer fo

From: Hey everyone... Date: March 29, 2001 at 15:49
Aaron... This is to you... You saw us a Rosalee's, right? Yes a little hole in the wall but a damn good place to rock... We had songs on eagle 107.5 there also... Local Wheeling bands opening... Yes that was a good time, People Thank you for all the kind words... They Go SEEN... Trust me on that one...

From: Aaron Date: March 30, 2001 at 0:45
To whoever posted the message above--who are you? Were you in Grimm Jack? I saw GJ live at the Swing Club in Wheeling, WV in June 1990 and again at the Electric Banana in Pittsburgh in December of 1990. Great live band. Would love to have more info about Grimm Jack. Please respond by posting message here. Thanks.

From: Kim Date: March 31, 2001 at 0:08
Bought JailhouseTatto used for $10 in Omaha a few days ago. GREAT SONGS! Does sound cheaply made, but professional songs and the singer is good too. Never heard of Grimm before and searched the net and here is only place I found with anything about GJ. I really like the CD and bought it after a sample listen in the used CD and tape shop. I give it better than average score.

From: Steve McCormick Date: March 31, 2001 at 10:44
A pal emailed me and told me about this site. About time somebody put GJ on the web! "Jailhouse" is one I still listen to after all these years. Saw GJ at Rosalee's in Wheeling, WV in Sept&Nov. of '89 & Swing Club in Wheeling in June&Dec.of '90. "Maybelline' and "Love will Save The Day" got lots of play on local radio. GJ was a hot live act with lots of real talent. "Jailhouse" showcases great songs-buy it if you can find it! Thanks Billy, Jim, Tom, Paul&Dave for hot tunes& good times.

From: Mary Hughes Date: March 31, 2001 at 11:30
Word is out--GRIMM JACK FINALLY ON THE WEB!! "Jailhouse Tatto" is highly underrated and is one of the best Indy label recordings of all time. Great songs and talent made GJ a hot item. I hope the band sees this-- Guys, get out of retirement and load up your old bus and hit the road to give us real rock fans more great music and good times. WE LOVE YOU IN WHEELING!!

From: Skip Miller Date: March 31, 2001 at 11:58
Somebody found this site and passed the URL to all us old rockers in the Wheeling, WV area. I want to say I have enjoyed 'Jailhouse" for years. The production is a lacking, yes, but the material is superb. Kohout IS the man and Leeds was a hot drummer. Dave--thanks for the tips and for being cool with no ego. You guys were just great.

From: Susan Casteel Date: March 31, 2001 at 12:06
I love my autographed "Jailhouse" CD the band signed for me in Dec. 1990 at Wheeling's Swing Club. I had never seen so many people in that place until that show. This CD sounds low budget but I love it just the same. I live in Philly now and have looked for GJ stuff for years but never seen anything else. I'd pay top dollar for more GJ stuff. Thanks guys for such good music.

From: Hello again.... Date: March 31, 2001 at 13:06
Yes I was in Grimm Jack, Played swing club with it's many bars, Rosalee's, even played over at the jamboree in Wheeling... And a place I think that was called "Shelly's"? Sorry the old white bus is history now... Made lot's of friends there, even in Columbus where Billy had his clothes stolen from him, when we played the Alarosa, then on to the Back Room in Harrisburg, PA, and HammerJacks in Balti'... But have to say, Rosalee's was small but the best for us because of the people, like the guy at

From: wow cut off Date: March 31, 2001 at 13:12
at the door at Rosalee's, "Bananas" and Jeff C... You had some great bands around there also, we even took one of them under our wings... Thanks again people, It was great... Hope Eagle 107. is still rocking and Jeff Stone?

From: Kelley Date: March 31, 2001 at 13:19
Super tunes(I think Mack was main songwriter), tons of talent, but you'd think a hot band would have a better final mix for this CD. No matter-still enjoyable. "Holy Rollers" really rocks. Great stage presence and lots of energy-a band to be remembered. I hope all their old stuff will be reissued soon. I stood in line to see them in Wheeling, WV in June of 1990--if they tour again I'll be the first to buy a ticket for the show. We didn't forget you guys--Grimm Jack still lives on.

From: Jeff Bailey Date: March 31, 2001 at 13:27
Will the member of Grimm Jack who posted the message here please Email me. I'd just like to ask a couple of questions about the band if you wouldn't mind. Thanks! bloozerocker@yahoo.com

From: Charlie Date: March 31, 2001 at 13:43
Must be "Grimm Jack Day" here. Everybody I used to hang with around Wheeling, WV is posting notes here so it's my turn now; excellent songs with low budget final production. They must have mixed it in that old damn bus they used to tour in! "Jailhouse" is better than average for sure, even though the mix is lame. Nice guys with mucho talent. If you want a gig now boys, I'll hire you for a private party anytime. Thanks for the good songs.

From: Larry Murphy Date: March 31, 2001 at 14:05
I seen Grimm Jack play in Wheeling, WV in the fall of 1989 with Project One opening. Project sucked big time- even though Russ and Johnny from that band went on to bigger and much better things. Grimm Jack put the hammer down and rocked the house all night long. I got Partners in Crime, Go For Your Guns, and Jailhouse Tattoo all on tape. Would love to have CD's of those. Grimm Jack should have made it big. I'd love to know if any of them did anything else other than Grimm Jack?

From: Lena Sinclair Date: March 31, 2001 at 14:40
Jailhouse Tattoo features great material from talented band who should have been headlining arenas in the USA instead of rock clubs in the armpits of the midwest. I saw them and they were professional, excellent, and better than Tesla or Great White, for that matter. I wouldn't sell my CD for a hundred bucks.

From: Angie Date: March 31, 2001 at 15:10
HOLY SMOKE!! GRIMM JACK ON THE WEB!! I have played "Jailhouse" to death since I first got it in 1990. Those songs are terrific. I don't think it sounds bad, but I'm no expert. I only know what I like, and I LOVE Grimm Jack. They blew through Wheeling several times from 1989-91 and were always great. I joined the fan club and got newsletters for a while then they just disappeared. One of the best bands EVER--period. Thanks to Aaron for sending me info about this website--You rule dude!

From: Lee Davis Date: March 31, 2001 at 15:20
My opinion is not worth much but I'll say it anyway-this CD is a work of art. Rock and roll at it's finest-so it's not the best mix-it's raw and real, just like GJ always was. Misty Rox used to open for GJ a lot too--Buff and Jon, you guys were good. Saw GJ 3 times-in Wheeling and in Pittsburgh. If you never saw GJ live, you missed a hell of a rock band for real. I heard a few years back that Billy is a plasterer now and Jimmy runs an antique toy store in NY. REAL TALENT is what GJ had.

From: Nick Date: March 31, 2001 at 18:31
Excellent CD. Really great band. Dave Leeds was a kick ass drummer-reminds me of Bun E. Carlos from Cheap Trick. Saw them live twice and Dave was so cool. They should have hit the major league with no doubt

From: Michelle Date: April 1, 2001 at 0:04
"Looking For Heaven" and "Maybelline" are my favorite songs on this CD. I have Go For Your Guns, Partners In Crime, Jailhouse Tattoo, and the rockin' Xmas single the band also did. I still have autographed posters, promo pics, and my "Tattoo" tour shirt from 1990. I am still a HUGE GJ fan after first seeing them in 1989. Thanks to the Jacks for great music and fond memories. You didn't hit it big like GNR but you'll always be superstars in my book boys. Thanks to Aaron for this URL.

From: Ken McNamara Date: April 1, 2001 at 10:30
Very enjoyable collection of songs/great vocalist/nice drum fills/good solid guitar work/demo-sounding mix. Overall good CD. Stumbled onto this site after a net search for Grimm--looked in the past but nothing. Good to find this site. Saw Grimm in Baltimore in '90-great live act. Just curious-which band member posted message here? You didn't leave your name.

From: Tracy Date: April 2, 2001 at 5:08
I want to say something about Misty Rox, they were also signed on Cyn City Records with Grimm Jack 2 years of shows together. Tim Dofka and Ron Kaluger were the best together. (Mike sucked) John was killer drummer, Buff great bass, and when they added Kevin to sing it was the best they ever sounded. MISS YOU GUYS!!! DO a show sometime?

From: Aaron Date: April 2, 2001 at 10:09
To Tracy who posted the message above--Misty Rox was a good band, but your facts are wrong. They were never signed to Cyn City. X2000 Entertainment was GJ's management and put Rox on their susidiary label. MRox's "Nursery Crimes" release was on this label, but it was never distributed to the extent of any GJ items, and was in no way affiliated with Cyn City.I still have a press statement from GJ's former agent John about this. Rox did some short tours opening for GJ over a 2 year period, but wer

From: Aaron Date: April 2, 2001 at 10:20
(Continued from above) but were never signed to Cyn City Records. As for Misty Rox, I saw them several times with different vocalists and guitarists. Your opinion that Mike sucked is your opinion. Many people thought that Kaluger was the reason the band never went further and he held them back, but I wouldn't say he sucked. I won't post critical remarks of my opinions, as I think it's not polite, and quite unprofessional. I liked Misty Rox in any form with whatever lineup they had.

From: GJ Date: April 2, 2001 at 13:54
Because of Legal reasons, well I won't go into that. When we played with M/Rox I have to say Aaron, opinions are ours to have and tell. But I have to disaggree with you about Ron. He was the one that put most of his time and life into that, and I have to say was one of the most rock solid and unmatched ryth/guitar players around there. Add Tim in and it was errie, I remember talking about them with the guys as they played with us. As far as Cyn City went you are right to a point. Thery were goin

From: GJ ,continue Date: April 2, 2001 at 13:59
They were going to move to C/C at the end of '92. But after 8 years of doing this and a family at this time Ron took a break (Needed, I talked to him about it many times) And the band fell apart. I have on tape some shows of these guys with Tim and Ron and Kevin and yes they were killer. That is why we got them were we did. And I would have to say about 50 shows with them. Many nights on the bus, and hotel rooms and just fun with these guys. We really loved this band and was sorry to see it end.

From: GJ again Date: April 2, 2001 at 14:03
legal battles is why the lack of name BTY... We liked Mike also but he did not have the comittment to do this. He just plain did not care. A few times we stayed at Ron's for up to a week at a time when we played the area. The whole band, And John I, and Russ. Everybody would come over and we would sit and write songs together, but Mike would never show up. Little things like that make or break a band. They played all over the east coast with us. And we had a blast, so I would have to dissagree

From: GJ yet again Date: April 2, 2001 at 14:08
with the feeling of it being Ron's fault. The band broke up during his month long break, I say he must have been the one to hold it together. And Trust me here, I loved his playing you KNEW he was going to be right where he needed and had some great fills and sounds coming from his ESP. He was voted by the record company to be the best ryth/player of the year they had signed, including and beating us!!! Misty Rox is missed in rock world. And I think John I, still wants to talk to these guys.

From: GJ, one last Date: April 2, 2001 at 14:15
The reason they were not put on C/C at first was the changing of the singers all the time. Felt it was a gamble, but they proved they could do it with whoever they had upfront.John,Buff,Ron,Tim and Kevin was by far the best line-up. We played with three different singers they had. I hope this sets the record straight, as these guys never got the credit they so much deserved. I would say they were one of the best in the area. But I am sure not all people will not agree we just knew them better.

From: Aaron Date: April 2, 2001 at 18:41
Holy Crap...this is ridiculous. I didn't insult Ronnie K. of MRox, I knew him and thought he was a good guy. I DID say some people had problems with him and I also said I DID NOT think he sucked. As for that stuff about him winning some "rhythm guitar player of the year" award-- that never happened. I don't even think the above message was posted by anybody from GJ, as they would have left their name(s). Perhaps someone decided to stab back at me for some comment they thought I made and pretend

From: More From Aaron Date: April 2, 2001 at 18:46
to be one of the Jacksters. I also know Rox never toured the east coast with GJ, and that they didn't do at least 50 shows with them either. Even Buff and Jon Nowak will admit that. I got lots of old pictures, tour dates, and other stuff from the band's old agent, Mr. Johnny Rocker himself when he was gigging with the hot act Kid Colt in the mid-'90's. I've tracked him to Vancouver, Canada and zapped him an Email. Let's see what he has to say and take it from there, shall we folks?

From: J.D.Isaacs Date: April 2, 2001 at 23:43
Got a note from old "Mad Dog" Aaron his bad self about this site. It's really nice to see Grimm Jack listed on the internet after all these years. It's also wonderful to read all the kind words people have typed about the band and the music. I knew Aaron has been a fan for years, and he sure has passed the info about this website around so people can find it. "Jailhouse" is a first-rate song-package from a first-rate band. I can't say enough good things about Grimm Jack myself, and if I tried I

From: JDI Continued Date: April 2, 2001 at 23:48
I could write volumes. I haven't had any contact with any of the guys from the band in about 6 years, but I'll never forget what a joy it was to be part of their organization. I don't care to gossip or post messages about who did what, or to speculate why or how GJ or anybody else broke up. I'd rather see this site used for the purpose it was intended--to comment on GJ and "Jailhouse."

From: Still JDI... Date: April 2, 2001 at 23:53
However, I will comment on one thing. Some of the facts posted herein by someone claiming to be a member of Grimm Jack are very inconsistent with things that did happen. I'm not sure if someone is impersonating a GJ member, or if perhaps a GJ'er really did post a note, but is confused on events. Either way, I would like to know myself.

From: JDI Again.... Date: April 2, 2001 at 23:58
So if an actual member of GJ posted the notes here.. Hey buddy...please drop me a note via Email at: johnnyrocker@hotmail.com. If anyone else would care to contact me as well, please feel free to do so. I would be happy to discuss any old GJ memories(or any other act). Thanks to all the people who still support Grimm Jack. It makes me feel good to know those guys are fondly remembered.

From: JDI Once More.. Date: April 3, 2001 at 0:13
Grimm Jack was a great band; I've engineered many acts in the last few years who will never compare to GJ. They were real, with rock&roll from their hearts. I've got a studio ready to go guys if you want to crank out some new tunes! Thanks Billy, Jim, Dave, Paul, Tom..and let's not forget Rich Daly, Scott Bittner, and Russ"Road Rat" Jenkins or Doug"Skullduggery"Day. The Jailhouse Tattoo hasn't ended-it will go on in our hearts forever. -John David Isaacs/Formerly of X2000 Productions

From: Ron K Date: April 3, 2001 at 5:11
Wow, this is strange! I get an e-mail from our old manager telling me I better come and see this! HAHAHA I must say this is great to see GJ on the web, I gave up looking years ago. Think of my surprise to see M/Rox name here and mine for that matter! Somebody has a good imagination. I have read these and I think it is funny. John Is' if that is you man, e-mail me @ shotshellgunner@hotmail.com Anybody for that matter, maybe I can set some things straight here. We did have fun with the GJ and,

From: Ron K Date: April 3, 2001 at 5:16
and I really don't know how many shows we played with them, alot. We did go to the coast at Harrisburg, and a few more places. Almost had Billy kill me in the white bus while driving to get some lunch once...hahaha wrong way down a one way street... John I, I believe you were there also! Somewhere in Lower West Virg? This is great, glad to see they are on the web now after all this time. Aaron, you can e-mail me also if you want, I have many band pictures and music that not many people has heard

From: Ron K Date: April 3, 2001 at 5:20
I am on here "The Web" many nights. I also heard through are old manager, that Buff would like to get the band together for one reunion show, I am all for that, it would be nice to see everyone again! Damn, it is nice to "see" some old names here! Lots of stories to tell. E-mail me, The valley rocks!

From: Ron K Date: April 3, 2001 at 5:51
I just signed a new e-mail to write too: misty__rox@hotmail.com The "__" are the underscore ones and there are two together. For some reason it did not do it right as I am writing this. The other e-mail I gave I do not use that much anymore, so please forget that one. John I' and Aaron, e-mail me. Aaron I am trying to remember who you are! Sorry but it has been a long time.

From: Eddie Date: April 3, 2001 at 10:30
Good Cd with good songs. I love the singer's style. Best song is "Holy Rollers." "Maybelline" was played on radio around Atlanta some back in the summer of 1990. Never saw them live but bet they rocked. I ordered this CD thru the mail after hearing "Maybelline" on the radio years ago. Is their other stuff still available? Anyhow--really good CD and band.

From: Jeff Bailey Date: April 3, 2001 at 12:03
People Please don't post messages here about other bands. This site is about Grimm Jack. If you want to post stuff about other bands then submit a CD or tape to the ones who run this site and they will make a space for you. Thanks to Johnny For posting info and giving your Email address so we can contact you. Also, GJ fans- click on the PayPal logo at the top of this page and donate so this site will continue. Thanks a lot to HeavyHarmonies for this webspace!! bloozerocker@yahoo.com

From: Nicole Date: April 3, 2001 at 13:18
I love Grimm Jack. Thanks Aaron for mail about this site. Jailhouse is my all time fave CD. Grimm Jack-please put out your stuff that was never released. Also-the idiot who posted above pretending to be with Grimm is fake. They never played with that version of Misty Rox with Tim and Kevin, so you gave yourself away you faker. You should be ashamed!

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From: Dan Date: April 5, 2001 at 7:38
I knew Grim Jack in the old days when Robin was the singer for the band. I think Bill was better for there style of music and I have saw them at CBGB, zone DK, Sparks and Sundance all in New York a lot. 'Jailhouse' was good guys. You were one of the best bands around the Island of all time. Good to see Grimm Jack on internet now. 'Jailhouse' rates high with me.

From: Ron K Date: April 5, 2001 at 16:07
Aaron & John I' Check your e-mail

From: Bob Date: April 7, 2001 at 14:14
Good band and great music. Best song is Love will save. Drums sound good but mixed real bad. Saw Jack in Newark, NJ once and they smoked.

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From: Dan Date: April 7, 2001 at 20:14
Egads, is this turning into the official Grimm Jack site on the internet? If someone has the data on any other releases, use the Add CDs page and I'll put them in the database (sorry, Jailhouse Tattoo is the only disc I've ever found). Party on...

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From: Dan Date: April 19, 2001 at 19:44
Just a quick note, in case some of you just have this page bookmarked. 2 other Grimm Jack releases have been added to the database.

From: Nancy Date: April 19, 2001 at 20:21
Great songs from great band. The "Partners" Ep was mixed better but the songs here are really great. With Lestat and Vassa this band was awesome. They tore up the place every time they rocked at Sparks or Sundance. Would love to see them get together again.

From: Hank Jarvis Date: April 19, 2001 at 23:12
Nice to see the message board working again. I've tried to post several times in the last week but it didn't work. I love this CD and hope the rumours of a Jack reunion and new recording are true. There's another Grimm site at www.ubl.com (Ultimate Band List) type in Grimm Jack in the artist search bar. JailHouse is a great one!

From: Paul Vickers Date: April 20, 2001 at 12:09
Got this CD thru a magazine in '91 and still listen to it on a regular basis 10 years later. "Heaven" and "Rollers" are my favorites. Mix is a bit sour but the music rocks. Love to see them live, from the notes posted here looks like they still have tons of fans. I found another Jack site too: www.geocities.com/bloozerocker/GrimmJack.html

From: Duane Date: April 21, 2001 at 11:43
Been websearching for GJack a long time and finaly found this site. I want to say Jailhouse is a really good Cd and I always liked it. I saw GJack play in Baltimore and they were good. There drummer really was great and I like the songs 'Maybelline' and "Holy Rolers'. I seen Kix a week after seeing GJack and GJack was 10 times better than Kix in concert. This Cd is the only one of theres I have or ever have even seen but I would like to have more of there stuff I really like them so much.

From: Erica Mason Date: April 21, 2001 at 21:30
"Jailhouse" is a great CD but the overall quality is not as good as their "Partners In Crime" recording. Both works have great tunes, but the production on "Jailhouse" is not top notch. Billy sang great, but Dave's drums were lost in the mix. Leeds was a kick ass drummer and it's a shame about the mix on this one. I'm the biggest Jack fan in the world-saw them several times-GREAT BAND! grimmjackfan@yahoo.com

From: Tammy Date: April 22, 2001 at 11:48
Billy was the best singer I ever saw. 'Heaven" is the best song from this one. Looks like lots of people still like the band and I do to. They were so good live and I wish they would make new music. There is not many bands out today who do good music and we need somebody like Grimm Jack again.

From: Brian Smithers Date: April 22, 2001 at 18:09
This is great to see such a super band like Jack on the web after all this time. I'm another one who has checked the web for ages and now I find 3 sites about Jack. This CD really rocks! Saw them in Harrisonburg, VA in the summer of '90 and they were terrific.

From: Jerry Date: April 23, 2001 at 13:46
'Partners In Crime' and 'Jailhouse Tattoo' are out on one CD now. I bought a copy in Indy this past saturday. It sounds professionally done and looks good but might be a bootleg. Check your flea markets and used CD shops.

From: Jeff Bailey Date: April 23, 2001 at 17:06
"Partners" and "Jailhouse" on one CD are being sold are yes, it IS A BOOTLEG. It doesn't even have the Cyn City Records name on it--no name at all-just Grimm Jack and a list of songs. The quality is good, but the label and the cover are cheap ass.

From: Ellen Date: April 23, 2001 at 18:51
I had this on tape and bought the CD in a used shop in DC a couple months back. Is my copy a bootleg? It has this CD and 4 other songs on it I'd never heard before. The quality is good and I love it all. I saw Grims in Baltimore in 91 and they were great. I was on their mailing list they used to send me stuff a lot. Paul was so cool and a great guy. Thanks Dale for the email about this webpage.

From: sharon Date: April 25, 2001 at 11:02
i have this tape and i have seen the cd of 2 for 1 with this and partners in crime and would like to have it but i did not buy it yet. Is that one really a fake? I have look for GrimJack on the net for long time and good too see a place here now. Great songs!

From: Jennifer Date: April 25, 2001 at 12:27
Production is raw; songs are first rate. I'm a regular on this site and there are more memos here than for any other band. I suppose it makes sense since there is no GJ site on the web. Great band who could have been huge-as big as GNR. 'Jailhouse' is rough, but it's classic and worth a listen. I'm going to dig out my copy now and so should you.

From: Roy Date: April 27, 2001 at 12:17
i got the other 2 on tape and this on cd and i like it a lot and it has kick ass songs on it and i saw them in balimorte an they was kick ass live band and one of the best live bands i ever seen and they shoud have been real big and populer. looking for heaven kicks ass. this band kicks ass all the way

From: David Williams Date: April 29, 2001 at 11:21
got the double set of both on one a couple days ago in DC-didn't know it was a boot. still, music rocks and it sounds pro recorded. great tunes!

From: Paul Tully Date: May 2, 2001 at 11:16
I love the songs on this CD but it does sound rushed. Billy's such a great singer but there are a few 'rough' spots on this and he could have done better. Dave's drums were mixed so bad and he's a great drummer. Every song on here is awesome, and even though the mix is crappy it's still above average. Did somebody say something about this and 'Partners" on 1 CD? Where can I get it?

From: Leah Timiko Date: May 5, 2001 at 12:45
I've liked this CD since I ordered it thru the mail in 1990. It has great songs and I really like the singer's voice. I first heard of Grimm in the late '80's when "Shy Boy' was played on radio in Evansville, IN. I like all the songs on 'Jailhouse,' and my favorite is 'Looking For Heaven." Are there any other sites on the web about Grimm? I only have found this one and 2 others listed when I search. I wish they would have come to Evansville, I would like to have seen them live.

From: Susan Casteel Date: May 6, 2001 at 9:58
Is there more Grimm Jack stuff available? Is it bootleg or legitmate? Would somebody please post a message here about where I can get more GJ music. Thanks.

From: Erica Mason Date: May 6, 2001 at 11:36
People are using CD recorders now to burn CD's of everything from Kiss to Garth Brooks-Grimm Jack too. There are bootleg copies of "Partners" & "Jailhouse" being sold on one CD. The label is plain with the GJ name and song list but no other info. Bootlegs suck because the musicians don't get any payment for their hard work from the sale of bootlegs. Hopefully all the old GJ stuff will be reissued on CD and then we'll all have legal copies of GJ music. grimmjackfan@yahoo.com

From: Lady Date: May 7, 2001 at 14:48
Somebody sent me a copy of the bootleg Grimm stuff they bought at a shop in DC. The quality is not really that good and the label is corny.

From: Todd Date: May 7, 2001 at 15:06
Really good stuff on this CD. We all thought they were going to make it big after 'Jailhouse' but too bad it didnt' happen. Jack was better than most other bands on the island or in the city who were around at the same time and I didn't have no idea they had such a big following. Good to see Jack on this site-they were great.

From: Rachel Dennis Date: May 12, 2001 at 9:56
I really like this music so much since I first seen the band in Baltimore a long time ago and I always wonder what ever happen to them. I have this tape and just bought a CD this week and wanted to try to look on the web for Grimm and I found this place. This music is so good and I would like to have more of there music to listen to. They were a great band when I seen them play at the rage club.

From: Willie Donovan Date: May 13, 2001 at 13:06
I got this cd and the Partners stuff and I like Shy Boy from the other one best but I think Holly Rolers is the best song on Jailhouse Tatoo. This band is really cool and I would like to know more about them but cant' find no other stuff about them.

From: Jeff Date: May 17, 2001 at 11:46
Anybody who wants a little more info about GJ can check out: www.geocities.com/bloozerocker/GrimmJack.html or www.ubl.com Enter Grimm Jack in the artist search bar at ubl and it will take you to the GJ page. Somebody from the band's managment put up the ubl site so it's good info.

From: Samantha Date: May 20, 2001 at 2:20
Good songs on this one but the 'Partners In Crime' one sounds a lot better. Best song here is "Maybelline." Too bad they didn't do anything else--good band, much better than so many other crummy ones who made it really big. Are they still around?

From: Alan Tulagi Date: June 2, 2001 at 10:27
'Maybelline' and 'Holy Rollers' are my favorites from this one. I have to say I was disappointed with the sound of this CD-sounds like a demo instead of a professional band-looks like other people who posted here agree. The music is great and it's still really cool to listen to. Did they ever release anything else?

From: Vic Date: June 11, 2001 at 12:24
I have to say I was disappointed with the sound of this CD but when I saw the band live it was the best show I have ever seen in a nightclub. Saw them in Pittsburgh just once but it was great. Dave Leeds was really hot and with it all the way, and I don't know why the drums were mixed so bad on this CD. Great guys-still have the autographed poster. Damn good band overall.

From: Pete Date: June 24, 2001 at 11:30
I have this one and really like it. LOVE WILL SAVE THE DAY and MAYBELLINE got played on radio here in Shreveport, LA a lot but the band never came here to play. I agree will other people who were disappointed in the quality of the sound of this CD, but the music is still great. This band may not have made it really big but they had material just as good or better than other bands and I would like to see them put out some new stuff. The singer is outstanding.

From: Brian Date: July 4, 2001 at 13:31
There are good songs on this CD but it doesn't stand up well against "Partners In Crime." Many people here have commented on the bad mix on this one, so if you've heard "Jailhouse Tattoo" you know what I mean. "Love Saves" is the best song and the others are good but bad production makes this one fall short.

From: Chris Date: July 13, 2001 at 18:28
I was lucky enough to see GJ many times over a span of about 6-8 mos. Three times in WV, Parkersburg, Wheeling, and Hunington- Also Pittsburgh, PA and a couple other places in MD, too many years ago to remember where, I was at the show in Cols. OH when they rocked the shit and all out of the AlRosa Villa. I still go there sometimes, and the place still rocks!!! I've never seen another band in all my 30 years that has had 1/2 the vibe these guys did. A reunion show....now there's a thought.I'd go

From: Date: July 14, 2001 at 19:46
Hammerjacks was one of the places in MD!!! It came to me today in the car as I was driving to get my kids....Just thought I'd share again. If anyone from GJ sees this board-Please come forward and post. We'd all love to hear from you....Thanks for the memories

From: Molly Date: July 22, 2001 at 10:51
great cd. I seen this band two times and they were awesome. great singer.

From: Steve Carter Date: August 5, 2001 at 13:20
Good songs but quality of mix sucked for air. It's ok overall but doesn't sound professional.

From: Adam Gilford Date: August 9, 2001 at 18:56
They were a pretty good live band but the cd sucked and the singer was a rude jerk. I tried talking to him but he was only interested in talking to chicks. The drummer was the coolest guy in the band and didn't have no attitude at all. I suggest you get Partners in Crime instead of this one if you want to hear their best stuff.

From: Glen Pauley Date: August 18, 2001 at 15:28
I can't understand what everybody saw in this band. Ok sure, I'll give them credit for their hard work and all that, but they weren't as great as everybody who left messages here thought. I saw them 2 times and they were disappointing. "Maybelline" is a good tune, but overall the band was only average.

From: Annie Onkara Date: August 23, 2001 at 20:25
I like Grimm Jack very much. This CD is good, but not as good as "Partners In Crime." Great band with lots of talent. Nice guys, and maybe the best live band I ever saw.

From: Kevin Welch Date: September 4, 2001 at 20:41
Great CD. I think this one and "Partners" are equal. I miss bands like Jack so much. Would be cool to see Jack on a tour with Poison and Warrant or somebody. Awesome band.

From: Diane Gerarra Date: September 26, 2001 at 18:41
Another good one. More good songs on this CD. I thin it sounds real good. Love will save is such a good song.

From: Randy Date: October 27, 2001 at 21:40
Saw the band on this tour and they were VERY good. The songs on this CD are not as good as PARTNERS but they are still good solid strong tunes. Excellent band

From: Phyllis Date: December 22, 2001 at 19:51
Nice guys who knew how to ROCK. Still one of my favorite albums after all these years. Saw them live twice-Ashland, KY and Huntington, WV and they were GREAT. It's really too bad they never hit it real big.

From: B.B.Greene Date: January 17, 2002 at 16:45
This one really kicks ass. Great songs. "Lookin' for heaven" rules.

From: Tommy Lestat Date: January 25, 2002 at 14:17
Good to see people still appreciate the work we did. A reunion would be nice. I still hang out with Jim Mack, but haven't spoken to any of the other member's in a few years.

From: Jimmie Mack(GJ) Date: January 29, 2002 at 18:47
Tom Lestat just called me to tell me about this site.I CAN'T BELIEVE IT!I is great to hear so many positive comments about our music.And yes the Partners/Jailhouse CD'd are BOOTLEGS!Iwant to say hello to John Isaacs,Misty Rox,and everyone that came to our shows.As another email stated I have a collectible toy business(www.actiontoys.com) and I am in a new band "Those Charming Bastards" The music is similar to GJ and we are currently recording a full album.A few songs date back to my GJ days.Jim

From: George B Date: February 1, 2002 at 8:33
This definitely looks like a Grimm Jack web-site. To my dear friends Tom & Jim, this album rocked. "Wasting Time and Love will save the day" are my favorites. "Maybeline" is a Mack classic. If you've made it through the 80's and you're still good lookin', Jim may have an extra copy in his basement waiting for you. Cheers!!

From: d. Waller Date: February 8, 2002 at 14:47
Wow- Jim from GJ just told me to check this site out. I can't believe all the comments! I co-owned a studio where they recorded 'Go For Your Guns', and I sang background vox on the next two CDs, as well as the last sessions the band did. AND I filled in on bass with GJ for a month when Paulie broke his arm. I used to play in a band called Snakeyed Su who was playing the LI/NYC circuit at the same time GJ was playin'. Rock on!

From: d. Waller again Date: February 8, 2002 at 14:54
In case you don't know, GJ turned over a lot of personnel (with only Billy K left from the GJ lineup) and re-named themselves Rooster. They put out one CD, which I did the CD package design for. I currently play in a cover band called the Naildrivers with Dave the drummer. He is a great guy. You can see pics and other stuff at www.thenaildrivers.com.

From: Samantha Date: February 13, 2002 at 13:37
I posted a note here last year and just thought I'd look back and it's cool to see people still leave note's here and it's really cool the band posts here too. I listened to my Jack cd and tape sometimes and think the songs still hold up now.

From: Chris Date: February 16, 2002 at 17:45
Thanks to Tommy and Jim for posting. Someone should start a GJ message board... I'm still looking for a replacement "Jailhouse" cd if anyone can hook me up.(chrisgalwv@aol.com) Mine bit it about a year ago. Anyway, it's just nice to hear from some of the GJ crew, it's a nice trip into the past. Thank God, memories never die!!!! This band always takes me back to the best time in my life...no complications, no worries...it's funny how a song can flash you back to a memory or two! Thanks again!!!

From: Grimm Jack Date: February 23, 2002 at 11:18
Hey Kids- The original Jailhouse Tattoo cd is on eBay right now-eBay item number #1518197070 from 2/23-3/02.Screw the bootleggers-get the real thing straight from the source!

From: Eric Date: March 3, 2002 at 16:59
had this cd for several years. it has some good stuff on it. i got some other songs of theirs from napster last year. i'd like to get stuff like partners in crime on cd. best song on this one here is 'love will save'. it sounds sort of muddy but the music is still great. seen the band at the rage in baltimore and it was a real good show.

From: grimm balls Date: March 21, 2002 at 6:29
my mouth was wide open and the hairy silver back rubbed me the right way. when his guitar neck expanded my mouth watered. i played with the neck for what seemed an eternity. when the strings released my face was covered with a moist sweeet tasting pesperation. man that silver back can really play.....my guitar neck is still waiting....

From: benji Date: April 3, 2002 at 0:18
this is one cool cd! it really rocks. Where can I get their other stuff on cd?

From: Bob Frankel Date: May 4, 2002 at 19:30
Excellent stuff. Really good band who rocked.

From: John Dadey Date: May 7, 2002 at 5:37
Hey, I was in Grimm Jack from Nov 1991 to Dec 1992. Tommy, Billy, Paul or Tony, if any of you guys are ego surfing the net and find this, drop me a line. As for "Jailhouse Tattoo", I had to learn every song on it overnight, so I associate it with pain and pressure (kidding, of course). nighlo@hotmail.com

From: Kim Thomas Date: May 10, 2002 at 23:01
A really great kick ass killer rock and roll band. Looks like other people have posted here and agree. If you ever saw these guys live you know what I mean. I saw them play in Baltimore at the Rage and they kicked serious ass. This band was SO MUCH better than other bands who were arena headliners. I'd love to get copies of PARTNERS and the stuff that was never released on CD.

From: Joe Date: May 22, 2002 at 19:52
Great live band. Seen them twice. Good songs on this CD

From: Sean Lincoln Date: June 9, 2002 at 14:46
Tunes like 'Maybelline' and 'Lookin for Heaven' should have been big radio hits. Grim Jack was a really hot band and one of the best live bands I ever saw.

From: Kelley Date: June 14, 2002 at 17:55
Hey guys from Grimm! You should go on tour again and come back to Wheeling. I saw you play here a long time ago and you really rocked. Also please tell your record company to put out all those other songs that were never released. I know other people who still listen to Jailhouse Tattoo just like I do. Thanks for the good songs guys!

From: Tony Date: June 28, 2002 at 15:26
Hey, I was GrimmJack's first and only keyboard/piano player. I joined the band in 1991 and stayed with them till the end. Some infor you guys might be interested in: there is a WEALTH of unreleased Grimm Jack material that we are looking into releasing for you guys. Its all great stuff and I think you will all be blown away. Its a shame it never made it out. Most of Tickle your Fancy, and another 2 CDs worth, have yet to be heard by anyone. Also, we are looking into getting the old material more

From: Tony (cont) Date: June 28, 2002 at 15:29
ANyway, if you are interested in getting the new stuff when it becomes available, write me at GrimmJackMusic@aol.com The stuff is great and i think you will love it

From: Tony Date: June 28, 2002 at 15:31
wait, did i say new stuff? I meant old unreleased stuff... there are about 2 to 3 cd's worth of material. I think officially you can say the band stopped being what it was in 1995, but thats up for debate. There was a name change. Billy is still performing and writing, he is in a band called ROOSTER with me and we have a CD with a remake of Maybelline on it. Again, email if intersted

From: Billy Date: June 28, 2002 at 15:36
Hey guys ,this is Billy Kohout from Grimm JAck. just heard the news about the website. I am deeply moved. Grimm JAck was a fabulous band, and just as wonderful were the fans we met across the country when we toured. Even 10 years later,the memories are even fonder when i think back. And one thing, has anybody seen Beverly Blair from Colombus Ohio? I still think about her... how is she doing? Again, any info, write GimmJackMusic@aol.com

From: Neil Worley Date: July 10, 2002 at 14:28
It's so cool to see the band leaves messages here. I remember you were all really great guys to talk with. If you guys tour again please come back to Huntington WV. Keep on rockin!

From: Beevuss Date: August 26, 2002 at 16:07
Another good cd here. If the guys from the band read this--hey, are you getting back together and touring again? Is Parters out on cd now?

From: nitrodoll Date: August 26, 2002 at 16:11
i think i'm the only one who hasn't heard this band...believe me, i'm gonna raise hell to get my hands on a copy of an album of theze guys...thanx for the tip..

From: Herb Date: September 8, 2002 at 12:43
Is more of their stuff going to be released soon? Great band!

From: Tony Date: September 15, 2002 at 18:08
Hey Herb, Nitrodoll, Beevus...This is Tony, formerly keyboard palyer for GRIMM JACK... yah, we have more music to put out. ANyone interested in GrimmJack CDs email us at GrimmJackMusic@aol.com... also, we are thinking about getting the guys together to do some reunion shows... when you email us , let us know where you are from...thanks for your support and kind words...keep rockin'!!

From: Mary Date: September 19, 2002 at 19:54
Hey this is WAY COOL! Good to see the guys from GJ are still alive! Please get some info out about tour dates if you do a reunion. I've seen you in Columbus, Wheeling, Pittsburgh & would love to see you again. You guys were the best damn live band I ever saw--no BS!

From: Billy Kohout Date: September 23, 2002 at 17:03
More Grimm Jack music is being made available by the former members and planned release will be made in the near future! Thanks for the ongoing support and fond memories!

From: Tim Hatfield Date: September 26, 2002 at 6:43
Good band and good quality tunes. Nice to hear they are still around and will be releasing new material soon. A live album featuring all their best stuff from JAILHOUSE & PARTNERS would be cool.

From: Don Date: October 14, 2002 at 7:21
Seen em in B-more in 90. Kick ass band. We need some bands nowadays that can rock like these guys did.

From: Gary Date: October 30, 2002 at 12:35
Been looking for this on cd for a long time. Got a tape of it in P-Burgh years ago and its really cool. Good band.

From: Jamie Date: November 11, 2002 at 7:09
Good music. Love Saves is the best cut

From: BO MANN Date: December 4, 2002 at 20:41
Hey i need a gig!!!! i'm fucking bored here mann!!! hey guy's who did i replace???? i talked with billy and he told me about this site pretty cool!

From: Dave Leeds Date: December 15, 2002 at 19:16
Bo, you played after me, you didn't Replace me

From: me Dave again Date: December 20, 2002 at 14:03
Um.... that last post came out harsher than I meant it to, it was supposed to be sort of a joke

From: Cameron Deliano Date: January 1, 2003 at 20:01
Excellent band. Great memories of seeing them at the Rage club in Baltimore. "Love Saves The Day" is a great power ballad.

From: mike Date: January 11, 2003 at 16:00
this one don't kick ass as much as partners in crime but still is pretty damn good

From: ed hilliard Date: March 13, 2003 at 22:01
production is not too good but the songs really rock. when will they put out more stuff?

From: Susan Casteel Date: March 22, 2003 at 18:11
Hey when/s the new GJ CD to be released? COme back to Wheeling guys!

From: Scott Timken Date: May 10, 2003 at 16:33
OH YES!! A great kick ass r-n-r band. These guys were awesome. Where can I get their new stuff?

From: Date: May 19, 2003 at 21:53
Tommy is HOT!!!!!

From: Date: May 19, 2003 at 21:55
Nice pants, Tommy. You rock.

From: Mary Date: June 6, 2003 at 4:29
I still listen to this one on a regular basis. One of my all time fave CD's. A great band with mucho talent. They kicked ass in concert. It's cool to see some of the band has posted messages here and if any of them see this-- YOU GUYS ROCK!!

From: Marty Date: August 12, 2003 at 8:07
I seen these guys twice and they were just killer. Kicked my ass big time. Lots of good memories from this band and their tunes. Awesome stuff.

From: Kim Date: August 23, 2003 at 8:22
love will save the day is the best song on this cd. grimm jack is still one of the best bands ever!

From: anita rogers Date: October 18, 2003 at 18:31
best band i ever seen in a nightclub. kicked my butt and i still listen to this cd about once a week. love to see them again

From: Gene Pekatoe Date: October 22, 2003 at 0:31
I remember these guys and how cool they were. Great musicians with mega talent. They should have gone far in the biz but I guess they had too much talent to hit it big. Damn good band. Great songs. Maybelline is a rock classic.

From: Kim Long Date: October 22, 2003 at 20:47
Great memories of going to see this band live. Cool songs.

From: Todd Burton Date: November 18, 2003 at 15:11
Saw this band at the old Rock and ROll Cafe in Huntington, WV. Great live act. Still listen to their music sometimes. Too bad they never really got to be a big name.

From: Tyler Cooper Date: December 24, 2003 at 23:18
Kick ass band! Damn fine CD! Classic indie rock!!!!!!!!!!!!

From: Date: March 6, 2004 at 2:44
check out roosterband.net for the Billy, Paul and Tony (former members of grimm jack) in a band called Rooster. Cool stuff

From: Penny Boyer Date: March 6, 2004 at 14:53
I love this CD and still listen to it a lot. Grimm Jack was a great band and this kind of rock and roll music lasts for years.

From: donnie marks Date: April 16, 2004 at 11:30
GJ rocks! This is a total butt-kicker! One of the best indie glam/sleaze projects ever made. Billy Kohout is a GOD! Get this one if you can people, it's worth searching for.

From: tomcat Date: August 12, 2004 at 16:22
'looking for heaven' does it for me...

From: Joey Lewis Date: November 27, 2004 at 14:07
Picked this up used and it kicks real ass. This band should have made it BIG!

From: andre Date: January 28, 2005 at 12:03
anybody willing to sell or tradfe mickyandre2002@yahoo.ca

From: Tina Date: March 25, 2005 at 20:44
This is great to find a site that features Grimm Jack after all this time. What a killer band this was. I saw them several times from 1988 to 1991 and they always rocked. Talented musicians. Awesome CD!

From: bomann Date: January 28, 2006 at 1:20
Hey It's the bomann. wow time sure flies when you not playing drums! Hey Billy or Paul Or Tommy and Tony (anthony) give a buzz. lets make some NOISE again!! seems like everybody else is. What the hell?? Billy Give A BuZZ. Bo LeFtY Matheson

From: frogstomp Date: February 15, 2006 at 23:12
I`m looking for GJ stuff as well, i emailed tony at the email he posted above but that was awhile ago that heposted it. if anyone or tony himself reads this and the email has changed please get back to me at outlaw@sasktel.net thanks.

From: charmingb Date: July 15, 2006 at 15:07
Hi-This Jimmie Mack from Grimm Jack-I am in a new band called "Those Charming Bastards".We have a new CD called "To Hell with Rock n' Roll" which you can find on Heavy Harmonies or visit our website at www.charmingbastards.com.The CD is also available at CDbaby.com. I wrote the majority of the Grimm Jack songs and this new band is more of the same type of Rock n' Roll.Check it out!!!! Thanks for all the kind comments about Grimm Jack! Jim

From: billy kohout Date: October 24, 2007 at 20:42
This is Billy Kohout. I would like to thank everyone for all their kind words and support over all these years. A great band and great times! I have a sh*T LOAD of unrealeased material that I would love to share with you all. If interested, add your comments.

From: David Date: October 24, 2007 at 23:18
Hi Billy, Nice to hear from you!! Give me an email at david@suncityrecords.com We speciallze in releasing unreleased material (hard rock/sleaze/glam) from the late 80's, early 90's. If think your material would do very well on our label!! Kind regards David Moors Suncity Records

From: Stageright Date: January 8, 2010 at 21:12
Looks like it's been awhile since anybody posted here, for anyone who's interested.....Grimm Jack has reformed and will be releasing new music soon. www.grimmjack.com

From: OxRox Date: June 19, 2010 at 21:48
Classic EP. If you don't have this one, GET IT!

From: rick kerch vzla Date: June 26, 2015 at 18:31
Their "Partners In Crime" Ep is IMHO their best release...this band didn't manage to get a crystal clear production in none of their efforts..."Looking For Heaven","Maybelline" & "Holy Rollers"( ) are the ones i liked in here...70/100


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