Jell is an original modern rock band from Victoria BC with a sound influenced by the Stone Temple Pilots, Alice in Chains, Nirvana and even the Doors. Jell has developed a devoted following over the past three years headlining shows in Victoria, Nanaimo and Vancouver. In August 2005 Jell won the Coors Light Battle of the Bands at Jungle Nightclub. In October Jell became the Band of the Month on the major radio station 91.3 the Zone, featuring the single Stuck which was added to the play list and soon moved up to heavy rotation. In the last year Jell has toured across Canada twice, with shows in Montreal, Toronto, Ottawa, Calgary and opening for hair-metal legends L.A. Guns in Winnipeg. They also toured down the west coast playing at the famous Whisky-a-go-go in L.A. and with So-Cal punk pioneers D.I. in San Diego. Jell released their first album in 2004 and completed their new album, Stuck, in February 2005 recorded with award-winning producer Adam Sutherland (Armchair Cynics). Stuck features their own original material including the danceable Seems Like It Is, the rockin' title song, Stuck, and the haunting Don't Like the Rain which they are using for their first music video. The band formed in the early nineties, with Rob Willey on lead guitar and vocals, his brother Andy on rhythm guitar; Alex, their eldest brother on bass; and Evan James on drums. The three brothers and their schoolmate practiced after school in Evan's parent's basement in Victoria. Backed with Rob's prolific song writing and virtuoso guitar playing, they have proven to be one of the tightest, most exciting live bands in the Northwest and bring the house down when Alex rocks the cello on stage.