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Jointpop from Trinidad and Tobago have been around since 1996, producing music with a wide range of influences, from the ’60s to the ’80s. Gary Hector (Guitar/Vocal), Damon Homer (Guitar) Dion Camacho (Drums) Phil Hill (Keyboards) and Jerome Girdharrie (Bass) have combined to make a great sounding band.



Throughout their wide repertoire, I find myself happily tapping away to the sound pouring in to my ears, with a smile on my face. Just the kind of up-lifting rock the world needs to find more time to enjoy. Maintaining an extensive touring calendar, on an email exchange Gary indicated that Jointpop are hoping to play in the UK during 2010. Well worth taking time to get out the see the band when they arrive near to you.

Jointpop sit outside the mainstream of music, for no discernible reason and it would come as no surprise at all to see them scoring some well deserved success, as the winds of fashion change.

I normally listen to the music as I am writing an article and on this occasion I have been so distracted by the music, which I have enjoyed immensely, I have now been writing this short article for well over an hour, as I am transported back to my days as a ’70s Punk Rocker on to some superb reggae sounds, with a wide range of styles in between.

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If you haven’t had the opportunity to hear much of Jointpop, the Album, January transfer window is a great introduction Jointpop - The January Transfer Window Once there is more news on tours the Indie Bands Blog will keep you updated

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4 Responses to “Jointpop”
  1. Qian Xinli says:

    Great sound … great guys … saw them in London last year ~ fantatastic ~ will definitely be catching them again when they’re back in UK

  2. Tim says:

    Thanks Gary, look forward to hearing more news on the tour dates

  3. Gary says:

    cheers Tim…respect

    rock n roll

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