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Rudy Jackman / Press

“It's been a long time in the making, however Rudy's legal team finally worked their way through the music industries requirements to enable my long awaited single from my album Breaking Chains The Journey to be released. Having two covers songs on the album had put some barriers in the way, however they have now been finally removed. The single What Did I Do Wrong will be released on 28th July 2015 followed by the Album Breaking Chains the Journey being released on 14th August 2015, upon itunes and all major digital outlet stores. Please keep in touch upon my Fans page for reviews on the single What Did I Do Wrong upon the release date.”

Morning Melodies Publishing LLC

“Two ingredients need to be at the forefront of my recordings. First and foremost the songs need to have a message. Secondly and I hate to say it, I need the freedom of my voice to express what I’m singing about. Rudy Jackman”

“It isn’t everyday that you can stumble upon an artist with such a characteristic vocal style and incredible stage presence. RJ’s personal approach make him able to channel classic and diverse influences such as 60s pop, rock ballads, motown and RnB - not only keeping the fire of this genres alive, but also making it shine brighter, updating the sound tastefully, according to the times and to his own personality.”

“Drawing on influences ranging from Motown to Wilson Pickett, Jackman boasts a soulful voice reminiscent of Cee-Lo Green’s that powers emotionally crafted songwriting. The track Say Hello, for example, is a heart wrenching ode to a lost lost love in which Jackman wants to just say hello for the last time. Juliet is a throwback to 1940s-style doo-wop, complete with swirling strings, a saxophone solo and a background chorus of shoo-wops. Black Widow Woman is Jackman’s piano-based bluesy number about trying to get away from a woman who just isn’t good for him.... ”