Hi, I’m Jerry
I write, play, sing, and produce the music of The Jerrys, my 60s-influenced power pop band. I began playing guitar when I was six years old. Like so many others at that time, I wanted to be like The Beatles, and I’m as obsessed with music now as I was then. I also wrote a novel, but more on that in a moment.
This blog serves as a place for me to post about what I’m up to or about things that interest me. As I moved it around online over time, I deleted and sometimes reshaped posts until the site took its current form. Posts that resemble microblogging date back to when I even used Tumblr for the site.
My posts range from updates on The Jerrys to my dad and his love of music to books I read to a look back at my career. Two of the most popular posts on the site are What Is a Künstlerroman? and Lucien Carr’s Apartment Building, New York City. If you’d like to read all of the posts in reverse chronological order, you can do that here.
Pixels of Young Mueller, my debut novel, was published by an indie press in 2010 and remained available for a number of years. After regaining control of the book, I’ve begun creating a definitive edition that I will make available soon.
After releasing two singles (“Alicia” and “Love Me Now and Leave Me Never”) and a new album (Ready or Not) last year, The Jerrys are back in 2023 with a new single. “Think for Myself” is pure guitar pop, complete with big guitar, handclaps, and attitude. The band is hard at work on more new releases for 2023 and beyond, so stay tuned for more from The Jerrys!