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Jack Cade and the Everyday Sinners / Press

“A quote from Facebook that made me smile, from an artist I much admire. 'I saw an excellent church sermon recently... well, I didn't know it was going to be a sermon, nor that the venue was going to be a church, until I got there. A man stood on the stage and sang the Truth for half an hour in blazing baritone to ponderous, melancholy guitar. The congregation of teenage indie kids were transfixed, partly by fear. The man was Jack Cade.' by Luke Paulo”

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“Take about two cups of Johnny Cash add a dash or two of Tom Waits, and a smidgen of the psychobilly or punk roots that began molding him years ago, and you have Jack Cade." "I love this album for so many reasons. It’s honky-tonk or is it? It’s country, or is it? It’s blues, or is it? It continuously keeps the listener guessing. I on the other hand, after hearing the first track, the title cut, “This Fiery Road”, decided not to categorize, but instead, simply enjoy this extremely unique brand of whatever it is." By 'Rebel' Rod Ames ”

“This Fiery Road - great title for a great debut album write jim ferrie - Jack Cade has clearly put some great thought and effort into This Fiery Road, his debut release. His gravelly baritone, reminiscent of a mature Johnny Cash delivers the both the well-woven story songs and songs of love lost and found with a uniqueness worthy of Tom Waits. Jack's put his stamp indelibly on the Americana scene with this well-produced offering. My personal favourites are "Unwind your Love" and "Devil's Hand", but every track on the album from the runnaway-train-style song "Walk Away" to the acoustic ballad "Sunday Morning" will keep you listening. I'm looking forward to Jack's next album.”

“A strong debut! By Paul Ireland This review is from: This Fiery Road (MP3 Download) The highest complement I can pay this album, is that it is one that I have been playing almost constantly since I have bought it. And the simple reason is because the strengths of "This fiery road.." lie in well crafted simple songs. All are beautifully arranged and produced, with Cade's band the The Everyday Sinners turning in a masterful performance. There is much to be celebrated here, the hooks on tracks such as Hotter than the Sun will be bouncing around your gray matter sooner rather than later. A particular favourite of mine; The Room could quite comfortably sit on albums by artists such as Lucinda Williams or Paul Currei. Think Eileen Rose sung by Tom Waits and you are on the right lines. Cade has by no means a voice as strong as Waits, but he has some great tunes! All in all, a very enjoyable album.”