Jablonski Band issue documentary

Gerry Jablonski And The Electric Band have released a short film documenting the first years of their existence.

It charts their formation at a jam night in Aberdeen and follows the release of their first three albums, followed by the death of drummer Dave Innes from cancer last year.

Jablonski recently told The Blues: “There was a small period where we wondered if we could carry on without Dave. But Dave was adamant that we carry on – and he suggested Lewis Fraser to us. I had to make some changes. Dave passing away totally changed the whole deal.”

The band launched fourth album Trouble With The Blues earlier this year.

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