Posts Tagged "Jailhouse"

Ridiculousness

Ridiculousness

Long Way Up by Jailhouse on Please Come Back in episode 721.

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Jailhouse Joins Ridiculousness

Jailhouseridiculousness-131980’s LA hair band Jailhouse has landed in MTV’s Ridiculousness. The band’s Glam Metal masterpiece Long Way Up  appears in episode 721 of the long running Rob Dyrdek hosted hit. Stream full episodes of Ridiculousness online at MTV.com and  channel your inner 80s with Jailhouse on iTunes, Amazon and/or Spotify.

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Girlfriends’ Guide to Divorce

Girlfriends’ Guide to Divorce

Tell Me by Jailhouse on Please Come Back, and

4:00 In The Morning by Dave Moore, and

Electric by Red Alert, and

Don’t Break My Heart by Bartock & Lansky on Vintage Soul 1967-1985, and

Gimme Your Love by Simplistics, in episode 2005.

 

 

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Fervor Records Listed In Girlfriends’ Guide To Divorce

Girlfriends-Guide-to-Divorce-Small-Ad Jailhouse Season 2 of Bravo’s Girlfriends’ Guide To Divorce continues with Fervor Records in the mix. Episode 205 includes 5 of the label’s period greats including: 4:00 In The Morning by Dave Moore from 1959, Electric by Red Alert from 1982, Don’t Break My Heart by Bartock & Lansky from 1983, Tell Me by Jailhouse from 1987 and Gimme Your Love by Simplistics from 1987. Enjoy Girlfriends’ Guide To Divorce on Hulu and listen to Jailhouse on iTunes and/or Spotify.

 

 
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Jailhouse Reviewed By Midlands Rock (UK)

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Last January we released an album of amazing glam rock from the height of the era, a spectacular representation of everything that was that scene in its heyday.

The band was Jailhouse, and they were the toast of the Sunset Strip in late 80’s Hollywood, but for some strange reason never quite broke on the national scale (though many held them in the same regard as their iconic contemporaries Poison, Warrant, etc.).

Recently we were contacted by a rock journalist in the UK that covers and audience in the heartland of Western society’s music culture, The British Midlands.  This geographical area is what spawned some of music’s greatest rockers, from Slade to Traffic to Oasis.

Read about Brian McGowan’s write up in Midland Rocks Magazine (for everything that Rocks! across the Midlands, UK).

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