Caged Warmth surfaced in Boston, in 1997, commanded by your guitar, vocal, and harmonica gifting of Jill Kurtz. Playing rousing noises of punk rock and roll influenced by blues music, Warmth experienced plural lineup adjustments, only keeping its lead vocalist and creator. Kurtz, previously an associate of Ashera, in the beginning gathered an organization including bassist Kate Fred and drummer Chris Negrette. This edition of the clothing was collectively for a brief period, however, they were able to record numerous styles. Lee Zoumas (acoustic guitar), Chris Ando (bass), and Scott Hansen (drums) embodied a fresh ensemble soon after, eventually recording several styles and playing a sigificant number of concerts. In 1999, Warmth finally were able to record their debut recording, Serious Action, shipped by Ruff Stuff Information. Made by Rob Ignazio, the disk obtained significant airplay on New England’s r / c, and underlined the crew’s unblemished noises. During the pursuing period, Kyle Keenan became a member of in as business lead guitarist, right before Kurtz made a decision to dedicate even more of her time for you to a solo profession. Regardless of Kurtz’s choice, Caged Warmth continuing playing as a complete band, using the efforts of Dustin Dark brown, Aaron Gill, and Devon Irish.