Jethro BoDidley is an international rock star who has taken time off from his busy tour to play local clubs, private events and concert venues. Jethro's trademark raspy voice, manic guitar play and unpredictable sense of humor will acoustic-rock the HOUSE.
Pete Madary, co-founder of the Detroit-based rock group DWARF, first performed live with the band as a pre-teen. For over a decade DWARF toured the Midwest and Canada in support of their critically acclaimed "power pop" records thrilling thousands of enthusiastic concert-goers. In pursuit of a major recording contract, the band relocated to Southern California where his ballad "Coming Down From Your Love" appeared on George Clinton's 1993 Testing Positive For The Funk album.
Pete now enjoys performing his one-man acoustic classic rock act as his alter ego, Jethro BoDidley. Jethro will engage your clientele with his unique "Rod Stewart sings The Monkees" approach to the history of Rock and Roll.
JBD's original recordings, timeless cover songs and humorous on-stage banter will keep your audience singing, dancing and laughing through the night.
Jethro BoDidley Introduction
Nothing from October 1, 2019 to February 1, 2020.