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A Murder of Crows

by Jack Cade

Jack Cade is a roots country artist whose songs weave often dark tales based his own personal experiences or those of close friends.
Genre: Country: Americana
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Album Notes
"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 moulding him years ago, and you have Jack Cade."

Jack Cade is an Americana and folk artist who you’ll come across, playing shows, either solo or with his full band the Everyday Sinners. Jack is releasing a solo acoustic album ‘A Murder of Crows’ in April 2016, featuring songs written over the last couple of years.

His songs weave often dark tales based his own personal experiences or those of close friends, inspired by
the places he has lived and the events associated with each of those places.

Jack released his first album ‘This Fiery Road’ in 2011 with a bunch of friends and session musicians before forming the full
gigging band that you’ll see performing. The second full band album ‘Lord of the empty Manor’, produced by Bobby Bloomfield form ‘Does it Offend You, Yeah?’, was released in 2014.

Having played guitar in bands and written songs for others, over many years, Jack found his voice in 2005, quite by accident,
having rediscovered Johnny Cash, when he heard ‘Man Comes Around’, being played between acts at the WOMAD Festival.
Hearing that voice took him back to childhood days in his grandparents kitchen on a Sunday aIernoon when the radio would be pouring out old country tunes. That was instrumental in him taking his first foray into singing live, and having done it once and got away with it there was no going back.

Playing wherever he could Jack has developed his own brand of Americana, Country and Folk with a rough and none to cultured
edge, as he oIen says “I’ve always thought of myself not as a singer but someone who talks with style, and I write and play
simple songs because that’s the way they come out”



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Latest reviews of A Murder of Crows
The new Jack Cade album has been getting some great reviews in the UK Americana press:
Fatea Magazine - Tony Wilding - "12 songs often staring into dark abyss of loss, death, possession, depression, murder and drugs...rise from the depths in the knowledge that each song is in reality a diverse lesson on life's challenges, compassion resting at the heart of the recording, showing example of better times ahead."
Americana UK - Michael Farley - "Jack Cade makes a virtue of a voice so raw that it almost makes Johnny Cash seem operatic and Dylan the voice of an angel"