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Leroy Justice

by Leroy Justice

Like a stiff shot of bourbon, Leroy stings you first, then makes it warm inside. Sounds like "the Black Crowes on really good pills."
Genre: Rock: Roots Rock
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Hailing from New York City, LEROY JUSTICE is a southern and alt-country blend of rock and roll. Built upon the rock anthems and folk ballads of lead man Jason Gallagher, LEROY have been playing their "bourbon rock" in and around Manhattan for the past year.

The band's influences range from the Rolling Stones to Bob Dylan, and sometimes dig as deep as Otis Redding or Tony Rice. While one night with LEROY might be a melodic ballad showcase with acoustic guitars, piano, and mandolin, another might punch you right in the chest with overdriven guitars and a screaming Hammond B3 organ.

In just over a year, LEROY have managed to play the 2003 South by Southwest Music Festival in Austin, TX while holding down gigs all over the east coast, most notably at NYC's most prestigious rock clubs. They opened for Rich Robinson's new band Hookah Brown at SXSW, and are regulars at the NYC roots rock club Tobacco Road, where they have gigged with Peaceful Knievel. Leroy's early days saw them open for the fathers of southern rock, Molly Hatchet, at B.B. King's Blues Club, and then ring in the new year at CBGB. LJ has also stomped the likes of Mercury Lounge, Arlene Grocery, and the Hard Rock Cafe.


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Full Chamber Music Production

Throwback rock and roll that you just don't find anymore these days.
When I listen to Leroy Justice, I am reminded of the arena rock sound that ruled American music in the 1970's. Overdriven guitars, chill inducing Hammond organ, and a Zeppelinesque rhythm section give Leroy a unique and highly powerful sound in the somewhat bland and one dimensional rock music scene of today. Gallagher's gritty country feelin' vocals round out the sound and energize the music of the Justice making them one of my new favortie bands. Kudos to Leroy, Justice has been served!

Zack Braunstein

on a scale of 1-78
On a scale of 1-19, This Cd gets a golden 20. The way all the sounds merge together gives you a warm feeling inside, and a aqward desire to grab a instument and jam! (Aqward, because, man... some people just freak when you pull a sax out from behind your back!)

mudd lope

the real deal. some serious ass-kickin', bourbon drinkin', rock.
good to hear to some new guys reviving old school rock. similiar to the black crowes sound, with incredible heart and soul. this c.d. is a must have.

David Sieminski

Gripping hooks, searing twin guitars, and blazing keys make this album light you
Gripping hooks, searing twin guitars, and blazing keys make this album light your stereo on fire. Leory hits you like a cold, wet slap in the face. If you're looking for that Southern Rock flare with crunchin riffs and a soulful voice:LOOK NO FURTHER!! Leroy brands themselves "Bourbon Rock" and they are dead on! Strong and Smooth, you'll feel the music going down!!!