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SFLM -Winter Edition 2018

Jump Cuts ar Cady Tavern, Chepachet RI

Review by: Glen Peladeau - Publisher/Editor

The Jum Cuts, SFLM, Live music review


Saturday I was checking out different events and this one popped. The "Jump Cuts" performing in Chepachet RI at Cady's Tavern. This is a nice place to catch live music, the venue is small so it is litteraly in your face, you cannot avoid it and if the band is good and they usually are decent, the a live music fan is bound to have some back and forth fun with the band.

So yes, the Jump Cuts, a three piece band that brings you back to  early 60's and 70's classic rock and the golden oldies era. Andy Stone, the singer has a distinctive slightly smokey voice like Randy Newman with a hint of Joe Jackson in there.  Andy sings and plays


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songs like "So you wanna be a rock n roll star" by the Bryds, "The kids are alright" by the who and "Don't Worry Baby" by the Beach boys. Backing Andy's voice on vocals you have Bass player Andy Lampert and Drummer Charlie Jacques. Each of these guys also share the front on lead vocals as well. It is nice to see and hear the band harmonize together. It really makes a big differenence. Andy Lampert seems to have a higher range than guitarist Andy Stone so it works well when they harmonize. The drummer and bass player provide a nice solid rythym section.

For a three piece band, these guys are always filling the room with fun acoustic energy and making music going from one song to the next.



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The "Jump Cuts" members:

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  • Andy Stone - guitar, vocals
  • Andy Lampert - bass, vocals
  • Charlie Jacques - drums, vocals

* RI-based cover band playing 60-80s rock, pop, and rock 'n' roll.


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