In celebration of a half century since the release of Smokin’, Jerry Shirley models a new shirt that arrived at his front door in the UK. Get Your Own Here
In the early 70s, few bands rocked harder and drew bigger crowds than Humble Pie. Their loud, sweaty brand of blues and boogie infused rock n’ roll spoke to a generation of kids hellbent on hellraising, paving the way for all hard rock and heavy metal bands to follow. From Aerosmith and Van Halen, to… Read more »
Drummer Jerry Shirley discusses the creation of this high water mark for the band at UDiscoverMusic.com Shortly before cutting the hard-rock classic Smokin’, Humble Pie played the biggest US gig of them all: Shea Stadium, opening for Grand Funk Railroad. It was a make-or-break moment for the UK band, and just as the set was heating up, it began… Read more »
Humble Pie is celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the band’s seminal studio album Smokin’.