Jebediah is an alternative/pop rock band from Perth, Western Australia.
Jebediah is an Australian alternative rock band formed in 1994 in Perth, Western Australia, Australia. The group consists of vocalist and guitarist Kevin Mitchell, guitarist Chris Daymond, bassist Vanessa Thornton, and Kevin's brother, Brett Mitchell, on drums. After winning the National Campus Band Competition, the band was brought to national attention when the single "Jerks of Attention" received heavy airplay on Australian alternative radio station, Triple J—this was followed by the release of the breakthrough debut album, Slightly Odway.
The band released four studio albums up until 2004; three of which entered the top ten in the ARIA Albums Chart. After going on a tour to promote a tenth anniversary EP, the band went on hiatus in 2005, and frontman Kevin Mitchell undertook solo work under the pseudonym, Bob Evans, as well as an album with the Basement Birds, a "supergroup" formed with fellow musicians, Kav Temperley, Josh Pyke and Steve Parkin. Jebediah reconvened in 2010 and released its fifth studio album, Kosciuszko, the following year, which charted in the Australian "Top Ten".Continue reading at Wikipedia... Wikipedia content provided under the terms of the Creative Commons BY-SA license