Jerry Jerry and the Sons of Rhythm Orchestra is a Canadian alternative rock band whose musical style blends elements of surf music, gospel music, rockabilly, garage, and punk.

1982
Jerry Jerry and the Sons of Rhythm Orchestra was formed by lead singer Jerry Woods in Edmonton, Alberta. Jerry Woods
1984
They released their first independent EP Fighting Socialism. Cassette
1985
They released their first album Road Gore: The Band That Drank Too Much under Og Music. “Radical Look/Bad Idea” was featured on Vol. 1 of the It Came from Canada series of compilation albums. Road Gore: The Band That Drank Too Much
1986
They moved from Edmonton to Montreal where they signed with Pipeline Records. Montreal, Quebec
1987
They released their critically acclaimed sophomore album Battle Hymn of the Apartment. “Yap Yap” was featured on Vol. 3 of the It Came from Canada series of compilation albums. Battle Hymn of the Apartment
1990
They were signed to Aquarius Records and re-released both Road Gore and Battle Hymn of the Apartment on CD. This marked the apex of their commercial success, prompting them to tour North America throughout the early ’90s. Aquarius Records
1992
They released their third album Don’t Mind If I Do. Don't Mind If I Do
1996
Battle Hymn of the Apartment was rated No. 74 on Chart’s Top 100 Canadian Albums of All Time reader poll. Chart magazine
1997
They released their fourth album The Sound and The Jerry. The Sound and The Jerry
1999
Jerry Woods moved back to Edmonton. Edmonton, Alberta
2005
The band became (more or less) inactive. Adieu adieu
2010
Jerry Woods began playing with a punk rock cover band named Spartans. The line-up includes original Sons of Rhythm guitarist Paul Soulodre, as well as Kevin Forbes, Craig Shemely, and former SNFU bassist Dave Bacon. Spartans