Gent Treadly, New York jam/rockers, now out of St. Petersburg, led by bassist Greg Koerner have gone down countless roads, burst several hundred blood vessels, stormed the gates of heaven and sustained inestimable loss during its nearly 30 years as a band (yikes!). Having toured with the late great Vince Welnick of The Grateful Dead for many years, Gent Treadly continues to carry the flame – a diehard acolyte in search of the ultimate groove.
Since its inception in 1994 Gent Treadly has been a movable feast of some of the finest players in NYC. The lineup consists of one of the slammingest rhythm sections you’ll ever hear: Greg Koerner on bass (a veteran of New York bands Uncle Buzz, The Joneses and Crimson Rose and a “phil-in” for the Dark Star Orchestra) and Tom Kaelin on drums (formerly of Gravity, Dreamspeak and Atlantic recording artists, The Hatters). Our beloved brother Mike Jaimes passed ad astra in October 2007 and our good friend David Berg has stepped in to fill some enormous shoes.
Gent Treadly is truly a unique act and the players are the real deal who have evolved into one of the most heralded units in New York City – offering a precocious blend of bluesy improvisational roots rock. Four out of five major artists agree: over the years these guys have been joined onstage by members of The Grateful Dead, Phish, Jane’s Addiction, Spin Doctors, moe, The Band and many others.