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Jack Berry / Press

“The Swagger – Bluesrockreview.com Jack Berry’s debut album is nothing short of a resolute and noisy mash up of blues, rock, grit and soul. Heathen Heart is sure to leave you in a state of disarray, with little money, a smoky odor and booze induced memory loss. I would expect nothing less from this hardened rocker from Reno. The weary spoken word intro to “Rooster Up” is full of blunt honesty, followed by the eruption of Berry’s distorted guitar providing some edgy fretwork that keeps it dirtier than a one star motel bed. The tune is catchy, a heavy chorus and melody makes that hook all the more appealing. “Kiss Like” plows on with a crunchy guitar line, a retrospect of classic instrumental sound from the likes of Jimmy Page or Jimi Hendrix. While most of the album is a passionately charged onslaught, “Reno” and “Substitute” shows off Berry’s ability to soften the mood. Berry has a style and certain swagger that belongs to the new wave of rock musicians. The”

George Ward - Bluesrockreview

“5 ARTISTS YOU NEED TO HEAR – Bluesrockreview.com Less than a year ago, Jack Berry released his debut album Heathen Heart and quickly drew comparisons to Jack White and The Black Keys. With crunching riffs, filthy tones, and catchy hooks, it’s only a matter of time before Berry joins the likes of Gary Clark Jr. at the forefront of the blues rock revival.”

Peter Francis - Bluesrockreview.com

“Top 20 Albums of 2013 – Jack Berry's "Heathen Heart" lands at #2 on Blues Rock Review's Top 20 Albums of 2013 behind Buddy Guy's Rhythm & Blues”

George Ward - Bluesrockreview.com