Jerry Rodes | For All of Time

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For All of Time

by Jerry Rodes

Jerry Rodes re-cut their hit ballad For All Of Time with former American Idol finalist Shelby Tweten. For All Of Time is a down home acoustic love song that really hits the heart.
Genre: Rock: Acoustic
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
This hot young act is the perfect blend of classic arena rock, country and good looks.

Their new self-titled album has a classic 80’s tone but was influenced by artists from multiple genres like: Van Halen, Tesla, Brad Paisley, Fun., Michael Jackson and more.

Nathan “Jerry” Rodes Stone started Jerry Rodes in 2006 as a solo project. He met Johnny “Minivan” Moeller in 2009 after trying to date his sister. The two quickly became an inseparable acoustic duo. They decided to keep the Jerry Rodes name since it had already been an established working title.

Early on, the two tried their luck as a full band with a slue of rotating members. It wasn’t until the release of “Jerry Rodes” in the fall of 2012, that they assembled a more permanent cast of musicians.

When they aren’t being chased by adoring fans, Jerry and Johnny love writing and recording, whether it be jingles for Aaron Gleeman’s “Gleeman and The Geek” on KFAN or 80’s power-synth songs.

“Music is always there to make the good days better and the bad days better,” says Minivan.
“It’s the one thing you can always count on.”


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