Jerry Joseph & Wally Ingram
Tuesday, Dec. 21st, 2010 at The Bouquet
Doors open at 8:00 p.m Show at 9:00 p.m.
Tickets are $12 in advance, $14 day of show. General admission. 21+
The Bouquet is located at 1010 W. Main St. in Boise, ID

*Advance tickets on sale now at The Record Exchange, The Boise Co-op, The Egyptian Theatre box office, and online at

“Sounding occasionally like John Mellencamp’s older, wiser and psychologically mixed-up sibling, Joseph writes complex, image-laden songs and infuses them with plenty of attitude, soulfulness and swagger.” – Washington Post

Wisconsin-born percussionist Wally Ingram is the rock world’s version of Kevin Bacon & there aren’t too many degrees of separation between him and just about every star on stage over the past decade or so. A frightening battle with cancer forced Wally to step away from the road with Eric Burdon and the Animals but he’s back, healthy, happy and soaring. If ever there were a drummer in demand enough to be cloned, it would be Wally! He’s been a favorite of everyone from Sheryl Crow and Eric Burdon to Jackson Browne, Bonnie Raitt, David Lindley (with whom he and fans alike enjoyed a long collaboration), James Taylor, Warren Zevon, Crosby, Stills & Nash, Bruce Hornsby, Shawn Colvin, Tracy Chapman, Crowded House and was one of the members of the Grammy-nominated band Timbuk3.

Some songwriters strike down to the heart of things. Even when they’re being tender they nail you in the soul’s solar plexus, shaking you with words and wires and something inescapably human. Jerry Joseph is this kind of composer – a rocker with emotional scalpel that cuts deep every time. He wears his influences on his sleeve – Elvis Costello, Neil Young, John Lennon, Steve Earle – but tailors them in ways that are always distinctly himself, probing the politics of love and nations with equal dexterity. Jerry Joseph is constantly touring. If it isn’t solo, it is with his rock band The Jackmormons or one his side projects, including The Stockholm Syndrome with Dave Schools, Danny Dziuck, and Wally Ingram. Regardless of the configuration, it is always about the songs.  From poignant and introspective to raging barn burners with solos so sharp and slashing you had better stand back lest you get burned, Jerry has lived what he writes.

PAPER PLANES video – Jerry Joseph & Wally Ingram – (M.I.A. COVER)

Stockholm Syndrome collaborators Jerry Joseph (acoustic guitar, vocals) and Wally Ingram (drums, percussion) are touring in support of their new album “Civility”.

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