In short The J45s are a high energy rock soul blues covers band from North West London and Chertsey who were formed in November 2010.
Now in their sixth year together, having performed more than 575 concerts and with a national mailing list exceeding 2,000, The band are established as a premier blues-Rock, Soul Americana attraction in London and South East.
The band are Chris, Davey, Kenny and John and originally formed The J45s for just a few gigs to support 'The Strappin' Jocks.'
They have released two CDs 'For The Record' and One For The Road' .
Embracing what they do, don't take themselves seriously and can be caught chatting with audience members having a pint and a good laugh after a gig.
"The J45s are familiar and fresh, energetic, personal and charming!"- The Southern Belle - Fulham
"This band perform an unfaltering brand of good-time rock'n'roll, soul, blues and hits from the past four decades with their own unique flair while retaining all the impact and flavour of the original." - Bob Manalle - London FM Radio DJ
"They’re called The J45s. They're brilliant... and the room is theirs!" - Micah Flynn - N1M(Number One Music)
High Street Ken - Kenny is a registered Whiskey Taster, won a knife throwing competition in Yorkshire as well as owning an 'Illustrated History of False Teeth' manual. Kenny also perfoms live with Zoot Money and his band.
Chris Davidson - Possesses more acoustic string instruments that Denmark St in London.
Chris was also a sommelier a few years back.
Davey Galt - Was so short sighted he used to wear glasses more than half and inch thick (15mm) until he had corrective eye surgery
Dave can play guitar both left and right handed. David also plays guitar with The Zarrs
John C - John is the only person we know to have eaten 'The Curry From Hell' twice in the Rupali restuarant in Newcastle.
While playing with The Pretty Things in 1984 John also performed live on television with Jimmy Page and Robert Plant.
Notable Deps for The J45s
Vocals - Simon Cowl, John Anthony, Sean Logan
Bass - Terry Peaker, Eddie Masters, John Gordon
Drums - Chris Hunt, Alf Mitchell, Alex Tchaikovsky