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Memories, Photographs & History

by Jerry Fee

Acoustic Indie Rock music for the passionate ones. One part Americana Roots Rock, Two parts Brit Pop, and just a dash of panache and you get the musical stylings of singer/songwriter Jerry Fee. Think, Matchbox Twenty meets Coldplay.
Genre: Rock: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock
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1. Memories, Photographs & History
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4:21 album only
2. Grace Pt. 2
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3:38 album only
3. Another Day at the Beach
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4. The Same Place
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5. More Than Who You Are
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Album Notes
Jerry Fee is one of the Northwest's most promising, up-and-coming independent artists. Take one part Americana Roots Rock, two parts Brit Pop, and a dash of panache - and Jerry Fee's music emerges, center stage. A refreshing voice and talented, sincere songwriter, the power of Jerry's music is specially conveyed in a live setting. Backed by his newly-formed band, the audience at his shows will see a performance that the indie music scene has been craving!

"Soulful, funny, and charming, Jerry Fee pulls the audience into his performances with heartfelt singing and easy conversation with the crowd between songs. By the end of the night we felt like we'd experienced something meaningful and made a new friend. His last show here (in April '08) left us saying - "Remember that time when we went to see Jerry Fee at Art Sounds, and just about everyone there bought his CD and then followed him to Dax's to watch his show again the same night? Yeah? That was cool."
- Tri-City Events

Jerry Fee has performed both solo & with various bands, sharing the bill with notable bands such as Built to Spill, Viva Voce & Lola Ray, at notable venues including:
*Qwest Arena, Boise, ID - Indie Idaho Fest 2008
*The Venue, Boise, ID
*The Big Easy Concert House, Boise, ID (now The Knitting Factory)
*Nashville's Exit In
*Live acoustic showcase, WNRQ 105.9 - Nashville, TN with Kirsten Davies
*Tamarack Resort's 2008 Snowboarding Grandprix Competition


Music Industry Inroads:

In 2008, Jerry signed a publishing and development deal with Sworn In, Inc. Through Sworn In Publishing, Jerry also signed a 5-year publishing contract with Pasadena, CA-based Rescue Records ( for his music catalogue.
Rescue Records has been used in shows such as "South Park", "My Name Is Earl", The Tonight Show", "Bernie Mac" and "Six Feet Under".
Rescue Records and sister company 5 Alarm Music also provided the music for "Friday Night Lights - Season 1" and "The Black Donnelly's - Season 1" for DVD and iTunes releases as well as "Felicity - Season 3 & 4" DVD releases.


Giving Back:

Jerry co-founded Overcome AML
(, a local organization founded in honor of Isaiah Rafael Rodriguez, a child diagnosed with AML Leukemia, which continues to operate in Isaiah's memory since his untimely death in July 2008. Annually, Jerry helps to organize the Overcome Leukemia Benefit Concert, with proceeds going to the Overcome AML organization and the MSTI Clinic at St. Luke's Hospital.

Jerry Fee - vocal, guitar
Dan Wiedeback - bass, vocal
Zach Galyen - guitar, vocal
Jon Anderson - drums

Memories, Photographs & History - April 2008, The Mix House, Boise, ID.

Single - "Drug" on Chill Out Acoustic Compilation, Quickstar Productions, 2008.

Overcome - Limited (short run) addition, June 2007


to write a review - Kevin McNeese

A Solid Effort From A Local Songwriter | Posted March 17, 2008
Jerry Fee’s relationship with music has been tested multiple times in the past, interrupting what has always seemed to be a solid course only to be taken back to the beginning. With his recent direction as a solo artist, it’s obvious the new found freedom to control the direction of both his future and music has paid off. “Memories, Photographs & History” is easily Jerry’s most accessible music to date, containing five songs that have been fully realized with local musicians and many hours in the studio. The combination of lead piano and multiple acoustic guitars, with just enough drums to provide the drive and direction gives the album a great and unique Americana vibe that’s extremely pop friendly. Jerry’s vocals give off an immediate comfort, allowing you to completely immerse yourself into the music without distraction. Overall, this is a wonderful step in the evolution of an artist that continues to perfect his sound.


I love this cd! Everyone should get one. The songs have a great sound to them that get's you connected to the lyrics and the music! I recommend everyone to get one!

Lenae Germano

Memories, Photographs and History
This is a great CD that I would highly recommend. I love the music and lyrics. Jerry Fee is talented and gifted as a writer and a performer.