With a pleasantly eclectic background and a mutual love for music, Wet Jeans has quite the innovative yet powerful sound for a band consisting of just three members. The band was formed accidentally in 2013 when Caleb Little (lead vocals/guitar) thought his acoustic performance would be lot less boring with a rhythm section. He was not wrong. An invitation to the stage was sent to Neal Colledge (bass/vocals) and Brian Hekman (drums/vocals) whom, before that night, had never met.
The three men had such a great time performing together and not being boring that they decided right there on that very stage in the small town of Canton, GA that their quest of aural endeavors was only beginning. Their collective love for pop-turned-rock cover songs and influence from the sounds of 90’s rock and Motown with dashes of classic blues and pop led the trio into writing their own material as well. And with the amalgamation of meaningful lyrics, catchy melodies, and driving rhythms of their originals blended with high-energy performances of their guilty-pleasure, mega-fun covers, Wet Jeans dares you to not have a good time.