Just Jinjer is a contemporary rock group from South Africa. In 2006, Just Jinger changed the spelling of their name to ‘Just Jinjer’, because some people erroneously pronounced Jinger as ‘Jin-ger’ to rhyme with ‘finger’. They released a new eponymous album in 2006 with this new spelling, consisting of 13 songs, including both new and old material.

Comprised of Ard Matthews (Vocals, Guitar), Brent Harris (Drums, Vocals), Denholm Harding (Bass, Vocals), Just Jinjer is the biggest selling rock group in their home country of South Africa.

In just over a decade they have sold over a quarter million albums, toured with U2, Counting Crows, Live, Goo Goo Dolls, plus dozens of other massive artists.

Their first international release, on Curb Records, is set to hit the airwaves and shelves globally towards the end of 2009. Thus far, on April 7, 2009, Curb released an EP featuring “Can I Have More”, “Home” and “Time of Your Life”. On September 8, 2009, “What He Means” was released as a single by Curb Records. “What He Means” was already a number one single in South Africa in 2006.

Art Matthews and Brent Harris are both known to be big fans of English Premier League club Tottenham Hotspur and have been known to wear the Spurs tops during gigs.

Edited by hmvh on 20 Jan 2010, 16:40

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