Jack Blackman and the Beautiful Wreck | No Silver Lining

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No Silver Lining

by Jack Blackman and the Beautiful Wreck

A 12 string guitar driven slice of catchy escapist sunshine pop featuring Beach Boys infused harmonies and a killer guitar solo
Genre: Rock: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock
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With three albums under his belt, and stints with Paul Jones and The Blues Band, and more recently with Tony Joe White, singer-songwriter and guitarist Jack Blackman is quickly establishing himself as a standout musician, songwriter and performer. He has performed his songs all across the country and as far as the Mississippi Delta and received accolades from the likes of BBC Radio 2s ‘Whispering’ Bob Harris, who described his guitar playing as ‘exceptional’ and folk guitar hero Martin Simpson who marvelled, ‘At last! A brilliant young guitarist coming through’.

On his new single, 'No Silver Lining', Jack teams up with his band The Beautiful Wreck to deliver a 12 string guitar driven slice of catchy escapist sunshine pop featuring Beach Boys infused harmonies and a sweet guitar solo from his ‘little’ brother Euan.

Jack Blackman and the Beautiful Wreck provide original contemporary numbers flavoured with blues, folk and country (elements of Dylan and Tom Petty in the mix too) for a highly original fusion of styles underpinned by Jack's accomplished guitar playing and smooth vocals – which one reviewer described as “reminiscent of Squeeze’s Glenn Tilbrook” – and songwriting hooks.

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