The latest group project from David Gullo, performing music from David's musical catalog.
Featuring: David Gullo [guitar/vox], Ryan Smith [bass], Mike Reeves [drums], Jon Howard [guitar].
Featuring members from Toybox 2014, they are the blazing lovechild of Black Sabbath and Dead Weather. Lauren Adams [vox], Brach Goodman [bass], Jon Wagoner [drums], David Gullo [guitar].
The culmination of the ePrize/HelloWorld corporate band, claiming 2nd place in the 14th annual Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Fortune Battle of the Corporate Bands. David was awarded "Best Guitarist" from a panel of music industry veterans, including Ricky Byrd [guitarist, Joan Jett] and Jeff Carlisi [guitarist, 38 Special].
After moving from drums to guitar, David and Toybox won the regional semi-finals of the Fortune Battle of the Corporate Bands in Nashville, culminating in a competition performance in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
When Toybox formed in 2008, David stepped up to play drums; since there were already enough guitar players to go around. Some notable performances included the Fortune Battle of the Corporate Bands semi-finals in Chicago, along with several corporate events for ePrize.
Supporting the 2006 release of Centripetal, The GBB core comprised of brothers Matthew [guitar] and Michael [guitar, keys], along with a rotating cast of musicians to round out the group.
This was David's first solo release  after the Jones years; a foray into sounds and grooves that he carried in his back pocket during those jam-band years. Recorded, performed, and produced entirely by David.
MJ started in the heart of Detroit, playing weekly at Jacoby's every Thursday night for 18 months straight. In 2002, the band started touring through the mid-west and eastern states. Jones officially released two recordings, both live compilations; but since every show was recorded and archived, several recordings still exist in the hands of the fans.