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The Jackstones Friday 4/24/2015 9:00pm - 1:00am
Local Brews - Local Grooves EVENT INFO: Doors: 6pm Show: 7pm Lineup: The Kellers, Brad Perry, The Tarr Steps, The One and Onlys, Seawall, The Jackstones, Sun Chased, Mike Wojniak, DNT, The Verigolds, Star Party From the Cold VIP Ticket includes admission, unlimited samples and all you can eat food stations. 21+ w/ID only. Age limit: 21+
Join us at McGregors for St Patrick's Day Drink specials, great food, ticket give away to the House of Blues! Going to be a great night with The Jackstones from 7:30 - 12:00 midnight
Local Brews, Local Grooves brought to you by: ListenLocalSD.com House Of Blues Voodoo Stage 7:00PM - 11:00PM The Jackstones 9:00PM - 10:00PM
A Party, Of Course!
Sounds Like: The Rolling Stones, John Mellencamp, Stevie Ray Vaughan, The Gin Blossums, Jason Aldean
Bio: March 26, 2015 – The Hard Rocking, New Country band, The Jackstones, from San Diego, California was named by Music Resource Group (MRG) as a Nominee for Best Coutry Album of The 14th Independent Music Awards (The IMAs), the influential awards program for independent artists and releases. Independ...See Full Bio
: Thanks to Frank Kocher for a concrete review of the album "What Brings You Here". You can read the entire review... http://t.co/FkhEpFP6UD
“The Jackstones’ What Brings You Here is a must-have disc for anyone who wants to hear good, memorable music with a rock beat, regardless of genre. Since well before the century’s turn, younger-generation country crossover artists started glossing and rocking up their sound, dumping much of the country vibe and instruments, so the new country the Jackstones shoot for is more straight ahead rock, with themes in a few tunes that have a country feel. No problem: their guitar/key classic/arena rock draws from bands like Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers and the Wallflowers and it is infectious. Opening the 13-track platter of originals with nifty rocker “Breaking Me Down,” the strengths are there: tight, layered guitars grinding, good vocal interplay with Machin in the lead slot, and plenty of harmony help from Lorenzini. The guys add some lyrical fun to make the tune jump even higher, “She’s a girl who demands respect/ I believe it ‘cause it’s tattooed on her neck.” ”