Jammin Jellies, Cody & The Blackouts, Tameca Jones, Nelle Rose

Jammin Jellies

Cody & The Blackouts

Tameca Jones

Nelle Rose

Friday, June 28

Doors: 7:45 pm / Show: 8:15 pm


This event is 21 and over

  • Nelle Rose - 8:15
  • Cody & The Blackouts - 9:00
  • Jammin Jellies - 9:45
  • Tameca Jones - 10:35

Jammin Jellies
Jammin Jellies
The Jammin Jellies can be best described as an energetic funk/soul band, led by Matt “Jammin” Jamele. After drumming for a variety of groups as a sideman, Matt decided that he wanted to go in a direction that he was most passionate about, playing music in the styles that he grew up listening to and making sure the audience was thoroughly entertained. This led to the idea of the Jammin Jellies, a play on his last name (suggested by a friend), and the idea is gradually coming to an exciting fruition. Although relatively new on the scene, the band looks to pack a powerful punch by bringing a mixture of energy, musicianship, and interaction to every performance.
Tameca Jones
Tameca Jones
When local Austin, TX native Tameca Jones opens her mouth and sings, jaws hit ground. Her honeyed and powerful vocals have been captivating her hometown for a little over ten years. She began melting faces in 2005 when she joined Austin based band 8 Million Stories as the group’s lead singer and songwriter. The band made a name for itself playing in and around Austin and got a publishing deal with Riptide Publishing. Tameca was a part of the band for 2 1/2 years before the band called it quits. This left her without someone to help her create original music. So, she turned to covers to continue playing, grow her audience, and pay the bills.
Tameca spent years skillfully and tastefully breathing new life into the music of others. She made a name for herself as the “Queen of Austin Soul,” blowing minds with her tasteful and vibrant interpretations of a diverse list of artists that include Tina Turner, Nirvana, Elton John, Jimi Hendrix, and more. The Austin Chronicle called her interpretations “sonic pretzels” that “juxtapose(s) crunchy jaggedness with her infectious, honeyed voice.” Her WTF ability to go from soulful wailing to silky coos has won her devoted fans, accolades, and some high profile situations opening for Austin super stars Gary Clark Jr., Max Frost, Bob Schneider and other big touring acts. She received major love from Billboard Magazine for her white hot performance at the 2015 Austin Music Awards, where she paid tribute to late beloved musician Ian McLagan alongside legends like Steven Van Zandt, Charlie Sexton, Alejandro Escovedo, and Patty Griffin. Billboard said she “raised the roof,” while The Austin Chronicle called her performance “showstopping.”
Guitar deity and fellow Austinite Gary Clark Jr., who faithfully attended Tameca’s shows whenever he was in town, asked her to sing on the song “Wings” for his latest album, The Story of Sonny Boy Slim. Rolling Stone called the song a “slinky duet,” while Andy Langer for Esquire Magazine called the song one of the best songs in the month of September and noted that “the tweaky processing of Austin soul starlet Tameca Jones’ voice adds an early-Parliament-like trippiness.”
Tameca made her festival debut at the 2015 Austin City Limits Festival. Austin360 wrote that her “big, sweet, soulful voice” kicked off the festival in the most epic of ways. Her music filled the morning air and the crowd around her grew bigger and bigger as her set went on. She ended the set with her debut single, “Hot and Bothered,” a Motown inspired cut produced by Josh Moore (Max Frost). The track is on both Spotify and iTunes. The music discovery website PureVolume debuted the single on their page and remarked that the song made it “easy to see why so many see the potential in the singer.” Independent music site, The Joy of Violent Movement, called “Hot and Bothered” “a sexy and slinky and old-school soul-inspired” song that is “contemporary and upbeat.”
Tameca Jones is set to release her highly anticipated debut EP in February. There is little doubt that she will soon be the next big name to break out of Texas.
Nelle Rose
Nelle Rose
Nelle Rose is a Singer/Songwriter who was born in Mount Vernon, NY and raised in Freehold, NJ. At the tender age of five, under the direction of her mother, she began her musical journey by singing in the choir. Influenced by the likes of Whitney Houston, Lauryn Hill, and more, she set out to add her name to a group of artists who march to the beat of their own drums. She has adopted a “now or never” mindset: living to fulfill her purpose of touching the world with her gift.
Nelle Rose released her Debut EP Fool for Love in 2017, chronicling the ebbs and flows of a relationship fallen apart. Inspired by personal stories, Nelle Rose paints portraits of anticipation, doubt, hurt, and hope with her blend of R&B, Soul, and Pop inspired records. Working with a slew of talented writers, producers, and instrumentalists, Nelle Rose hopes to offer listeners a transparent body of work that is identifiable across all demographics.
In early 2018, she faced many health challenges that impacted her voice. Upon her full recovery, she decided give up her possessions and relocate to Los Angeles to further pursue her dreams. As she works on her new project, she invites you follow her journey and embrace her story through song. This is only the beginning for this rising star, as her trial and tribulations have only made her stronger.
Venue Information:
The Mint
6010 West Pico Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA, 90035