Jelly Bread

New Member & New Album

We  have announced a Fall Tour and incredibly excited to announce our new member and reveal the cover for upcoming album release.

After playing with the band as a “special guest” over the past few months guitarist, Sean Lehe, has officially joined Jelly Bread!

Lehe’s addition to the band comes as we are set to release a new studio album this coming fall titled, Here, There, & Everywhere. Here’s peek at the album cover!

The LP is set to be released in the coming months!



New Video: “Don’t Let Nobody”


Jelly Bread went in with the Emmy Award winning Reno Sessions and recorded some live videos in anticipation of the upcoming album, Here, There, and Everywhere.  

The namesake of the album is because the it was recorded all across the nation while Jelly Bread was on tour!

“Don’t Let Nobody” is a song to uplift people who may have been told they were not good enough, not capable of reaching a dream, called worthless, and also who may have been bullied!

JB stands firmly against all of these things,and wish to encourage you to keep pushing!

Enjoy the Video and share with someone who may need encouraging!



Fall Festivals & New Album


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We are looking forward to a few Fall festivals to kick off touring.  JB will be playing some new festivals and returning to some great festivals we have played before! Check out the the tour page to learn more!

We have been working on a new album for the last 9 months and it is almost ready for your ear holes!
An album release show has been announced for October 9, 2015 at The Nugget Celebrity Showroom!

Keep an eye out for a more extensive announcement of our Fall tour plans!


JamBase “Songs Of Their Own” Video Series – Fire on the Mountain

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To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Grateful Dead, JamBase teamed with Telefunken to produce the Songs Of Their Own video series.

Here’s how JamBase take on our recording of “Fire on the Mountain”:

Our neighbors from Reno, the soulful rock outfit Jelly Bread, were in town for a couple of Bay Area gigs and stopped into the JamBase office to record their session. We absolutely loved their laid-back arrangement of “Fire” but it only dawned on us after they had left our offices that the day they recorded was the 38th anniversary of one of the most fan-loved versions of the tune: the famed May 8, 1977 Dead show at Cornell University’s Barton Hall in Ithaca, New York.


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