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Jack Babineau/ Don't Blame Jack

- US Providence, RI Rock / Acoustic Rock

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Label: Indie

Bio: At the age of 14, Jack picked up the acousitc guitar - his natural talent and unrestrained energy paving the way for him to perform professionally throughout the New England area just two years later. By the age of 17, he was recording his first CD of original music, Generation of Need, which ... See Full Bio

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“ On Generation of Need, Babineau’s lead vocals are band-leader worthy and effective in delivering his catchy and thoughtful lyrics. The song arrangements are tight and the playing is sharp throughout. The standout tracks are the title track, a muscular song in which potent electric guitars are juxtaposed against an acoustic foundation; the funky “Love Now,” in which the soulful backing vocals and driving beat recall The Rolling Stones in their glory years; and “Keep It On,” which elicited some nostalgia for me, harkening back to the short-lived early 1990’s collection of local studio pros and an acoustic duo from Maine known as The Walkers. You don't know Jack....but you will. ”
—  Bill Lindsey, Mad Archivists Review - Bill Lindsey
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Brothers & Sisters
Mar 2, 2011
We are really looking forward to what 2011 brings. Don't Blame Jack will be col... [more]
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