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The JBC archives are actively seeking assistance to document the band's history.

We have long trawled the underbelly of the Internet looking for JBC memorabilia: gig posters, ticket stubs, setlists, photos from concerts, bootlegs, gig reviews, etc. We know there must be more such material "out there", hidden away in attics, or already housed on hard drives.

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  • Gig photos
    martinsreed[at] - Martin Reed, Oxford, UK
    10Jan2020 11:32 AM (79 days 21 hours ago)
    Hi, I've unearthed a handful of my gig photos. I have a couple of the 11 March 1997 Sumosonic gig at the Powerhaus, London. No worse in quality terms than the ones on the gig page already, but no better either. There are also two of the 23 September 1999 Wetlands NYC show, and three slightly blurred ones from the 19 September 2005 12 Bar Club, London show. Happy to share, if they're welcome. Martin
  • Memorabilia
    blindalfredreed[at] - Gene in Pullman
    9Mar2019 10:25 PM (1 year 21 days ago)
    Found my way to the site tonight - thanks for all of the goodies! I have a couple of bootleg recordings, but my treasure is a show 'program' from the 2 May 1992 show(s) at Trammps in NYC. The tables were covered with butcher(!) paper and Pat had hand-written different little bits on each table. I still have mine, framed, along with the show listing from the Village Voice - the opening act was Jeff Buckley (then almost unknown, pre-Grace, pre-Sin'e) accompanied by Gary Lucas. The Jody Grind were originally scheduled to open that show, but several members of band died in a car accident shortly before.

    Laurence Okeefe sat in for Mr. Odd. Peter Crouch and Pat were amazing on guitar. The 'Tugboat Captain' encore was one of my favorite musical moments ever.
  • birthdays
    luciencarr13[at] - lucien
    21Nov2018 1:07 PM (1 year 129 days ago)
    this is a bittuva trivial question but i was wondering if anyone knows the birthdays of the members of jazz butcher ? pat, max etc ...
  • 9:30 Club Pictures
    clillyblad[at] - Eric Lillyblad
    21Oct2018 4:45 PM (1 year 160 days ago)
    David - i found two pictures i took out of a frame and put in a photo album. One with Pat leaning to the tuner/speaker. One with Pat Kelly draining a beer with Robert Lanza (a very smart engineer) looking at me when the shutter opened and shut.
  • Misc. Items
    carroll[at] - Kevin USA
    30Aug2018 4:07 PM (1 year 212 days ago)
    Thanks for all the postings!
    I've got some decent tape & vinyl transfers which may be of interest.
    Over the Rainbow (studio I believe - tape)
    Instrumental (Shining with a Butcher in a Shed tape)
    Both versions of Cruis'in in the Bus Lane (tape & vinyl)
    Devil is My Friend (tape)
    Almost Brooklyn (vinyl)
    Pet Semetary (tape)
    and probably some tickets and posters from shows in europe
    Let me know if you are interested in any.