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Like a mash-up of Frank Black, PJ Harvey, and Queens of the Stone Age, the band is comprised of Sarah Hirsch on rhythm guitar and vocals, Ian Hlavacek on lead guitar, Lisa Gallo Roth on bass, and Josh Barry on drums. Jealous Creatures was formed in 2011 and is currently active. Rock.

Jealous Creatures


Genre Rock
Years Active 2010 to present
Associated Acts Japanic, Big Top, Artificial Hearts
Websites Website
Facebook
Twitter
Reverbnation
Youtube
CDBaby
Members Sarah Hirsch - guitar and vocals
Ian Hlavacek - lead guitar
Lisa Gallo Roth - bass
Josh Barry - drums
Former Members Rob Smith - keyboards

HistoryEdit

Josh and Sarah met on the internet, played in an unnamed project for a few months, then didn't talk to each other for 2 years. Finally, the desire to form a band was too great and they invited friends to play with them. Thus, Jealous Creatures was created.

WebsitesEdit

Website
Facebook
Twitter
Reverbnation
Youtube
CDBaby

Band MembersEdit

Current Members

  • Sarah Hirsch - guitar, vocals
  • Ian Hlavacek - lead guitar
  • Lisa Gallo Roth - bass
  • Josh Barry - drums

Occasional Members

  • Rob Smith - keyboards

DiscographyEdit

Little Heaven Big Sky, August 2011

Jealous Creatures EP, March 2011

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PressEdit

"K.O. does not actively engage in the local music scene, but he talks like someone who does. That's where we heard about this week's Artist of the Week, Jealous Creatures, a punchy little rock quartet with all the verve you'd expect a female-led band to possess. He mentioned them Friday afternoon; by Friday evening we were smitten. "

- Shea Serrano, Houston Press - Rocks Off (Aug 24, 2011)

"[T]he music’s rough-edged and buzzy like mid-’90s alternative rock before the term became a bad word, but with singer Sarah Hirsch coming off more like Cowboy Junkies‘ Margo Timmins."

- Jeremy Hart, Space City Rock (Jul 12, 2011)

"By the EP’s end, I’ll grudgingly admit it — maybe Hirsch did originally play these songs on her own with just a guitar for gangs of hipster coffeehouse-dwellers. Make no mistake, though: this is how they were meant to be played, right here."

- Jeremy Hart, Space City Rock (May 26, 2011)

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