Jerome Smith, born in New York City, grew up in Harlem. Raised on soul and country & western music by his father T.J; a sax player from South Carolina. Steeped in gospel music by his mother Lenora. From the age of 7 Jerome knew he was destined to play bass. He has worked with groups like The Manhattans, The Persuaders, Eddie Floyd, and Rufus Thomas. A member of the New York rock group “Body Bag” which led to work with Mick Jagger, followed by gigs with Divinyls and then Keith Richard. Jerome moved to Sydney Australia 1996 where he worked with Bridie King, Billy Thorpe, Jackie Orsaczky, Jimmy Barnes and Ian Moss. Now a mainstay of the Melbourne scene, Jerome fronts the EBC Allstars on the 5th November at the PRINCE. This is somethin’ you won’t want to miss. See ya there tone hounds.
Blues jam from 5:30pm, feature acts 7:00pm. FREE ENTRY thanks to the PRINCE and EBC.