the Jazz June: Photos & Videos (1997-2000)

For those of you who like moving pictures, here is a (relatively) complete live show that kicked off “the Medicine” tour in NYC…as well as some songs from random show from the same time period (and a doc teaser):

Live at Brownies, Summer 2000:

A no frills promo for an upcoming documentary about “the Medicine:”

Some live shows from the 1997-2000 era:

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“When the Drums Kick In,” live in South Carolina, 2000; “His Statue Falls,” and “Signal,” in Pennsylvania, 1998.

In continuing our series with this month’s Featured Artists, The Jazz June, here are three more live song performances from the earlier days.  Enjoy!

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The Jazz June performs “When the Drums Kick In” at a show in South Carolina.  From the Medicine Tour.

The Jazz June opens a Summer 1998 performance Pennsylvania with “His Statue Falls,” a song from their album “The Boom, The Motion, and The Music.”

The Jazz June performs “Signal,” a song  re-released on their third album,  “Breakdance Suburbia.”  The song was originally released on their 7″ record “the necessary conditions of currents and signal” (along with the songs “Antiquated” and “Nothing”).

“Breakdance Suburbia” and “The Boom, The Motion, and The Music” are currently available on CD.  The band’s full catalogue of studio albums was re-released on Tuesday, March 24th by Universal Warning Records.  

The Jazz June: Live in Columbus, OH (1998)

The Jazz June/Long Way Home Tour:  aka, Stockholm Syndrome in Dayton, OH
The Jazz June/Long Way Home Tour:  The Jazz June Develops Stockholm Syndrome in Dayton, OH

The Jazz June performs “When the Drums Kick In,” a song from their second album, “The Boom, The Motion, and The Music.”

The Jazz June performs “Rich Kid Shakedown,” a song from their first album,  “They Love Those Who Make the Music.”

The Jazz June performs “S.E.G.,” a song from the Deep Elm compilation album, “Emo Diaries, Chapter 2: A Million Miles From Home,”released in 1998.

The Jazz June performs “When in Rome,” another song from their first album, “They Love Those Who Make the Music.”

“They Love Those Who Make the Music” and “The Boom, The Motion, and The Music” are currently available on CD.  The band’s full catalogue of studio albums was re-released today by Universal Warning Records.