When you see Jerry Pierce on stage you are seeing him in his element, doing what he loves to do.
Jerry Pierce has been entertaining folks for most of his life. At the young age of 6, Jerry was already leading singing in church!
As a member of a stage band, Jerry was involved in a number of musical programs throughout his school years at Elizabethton High.
After serving in the Army Reserves Jerry began performing in and around his hometown of Elizabethton, Tennessee. Jerry could be found singing gospel, country & western, and top 40 hits.
One of his first local bands was The Interns: Doctors of Good Music.
After a few years of playing in the local area Jerry went on the road with a band called The Londonaire's. They played in clubs from Chicago to Miami with lots of stops between the two. They also played for Holiday Inns, entertaining in one place for weeks at a time before moving on the next location.
In addition to being an accomplished vocalist and saxophonist, Jerry is classified as a song writer. He has written several songs with three of his personal favorites being The Shriner Song, July 1959, and Nobody Loves Here Anymore.
After several years on the road, Jerry returned to the Johnson City area and began performing in local clubs. In addition to entertaining locally they travel within a 500 mile radius of Johnson City.
Jerry has traveled with and played for several top Nashville entertainers over the years.
In 1981, Jerry formed the Nightlife Band - the band that currently entertains with him.
Ronnie McKee, is an original member of the Nightlife Band. Libby Hatcher joined the band a year later. The most recent addition to the band, Jim Black, joined in 2005.
Jerry Pierce & The Nightlife Band does concerts in addition to dances and shows.
They sing and play a wide variety of dance music for any occasion.
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