Jill Jack | Moon and the Morning After

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Moon and the Morning After

by Jill Jack

Sexy, smooth, sultry, well-trained yet twangy. . .a voice that's uniquely pretty and strong. Songs that blend Americana, folk, old country and rock.
Genre: Rock: Acoustic
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Find My Way Home
4:08 $0.99
2. Gettin' On In Memphis (The Elvis Song)
3:55 $0.99
3. Do I Dare
2:41 $0.99
4. Drink The Dust
4:19 $0.99
5. Virgil Greene
3:39 $0.99
6. Full Circle
4:36 $0.99
7. Runnin'
3:52 $0.99
8. What Is It About Us
5:23 $0.99
9. Roamin'
3:23 $0.99
10. My Own Parade
5:08 $0.99
11. Bus Don't Stop Here No More
4:20 $0.99
12. Fallen (A Love Song)
2:49 $0.99
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Album Notes
"Jill Jack has all the makings of a major talent. She's got the stage presence, the voice, the ability to interpret songs passionately ... there's a lot of soul in what she does" - Billboard Magazine

A woman with a strong drive and ambition, Jill Jack has a unique voice, with a distinct timbre that sets her apart. Fusing folk, rock, and country, Jill draws comparisons to such singers as Emmylou Harris, Sheryl Crowe, Natalie Merchant, "and any other chick with a guitar," she laughs. The intuitive sensitivity of Jill's songwriting is often compared to Woody Guthrie and even John Mellencamp.

Her genre-jumping sound doesn't slide easily into any one format and keeps her free to write and sing what she wants, the way she wants, to create her own sound. "I am a folk artist and I'm proud of that. But I hope people will listen to my music and hear that I can do more than just a good folk song. I can go from singing a sweet ballad to rockin' the place out.

Jill Jack grew up in Michigan -- her musical tastes and interest in playing guitar were hand-me-downs from her older sisters who cultured her in the rock 'n roll of the times. Jill has worked relentlessly for years and has risen to the elite of Detroit's music scene, building a large and loyal fan base that literally stretches from coast to coast (with her website receiving thousands of hits each week). For this singer/songwriter, performing countless shows while balancing all the risks involved between her music career and raising her teenage daughter have really paid off. Jill has won 12 Detroit Music Awards across three different genres (Acoustic/Folk, Country, and Pop/Rock) for vocalist, songwriter, album, and artist.

Jill has produced and released five critically-acclaimed albums (selling over 15,000 copies). In the Fall of 2005, Jill begins her tour to support her sixth CD release, "Moon and the Morning After"

Perfomances: Jill's done it all -- singing on numerous commercial jingles, playing hole in the ground clubs, headlining colleges, and opening for slew of national acts (Dan Fogelberg, Duncan Sheik, Jethro Tull) at Detroit's major music venues: DTE Energy Music Theatre, Meadowbrook Music Festival, and State Theatre, as well as headlining at venues such as The Ark in Ann Arbor, and music festivals from Charlevoix, Michigan down to Delray Beach, Florida.

"Her voice can soar like opera and smoke like the blues ... one of the strongest voices in Detroit, or in the country for that matter." -- The Detroit Free Press

"A celebrated singer of songs that blend Americana, folk, old country and rock" - The Filter Magazine



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A. T. Burris

Absolutely fantastic
The material is excellent, the band beyond belief. An instant classic.

R. Tefft

This CD is top shelf!
Just recently discovered this CD and was hooked after listening to just a couple of tracks. Each song tells a colorful and picturesque story. The arrangements are killer and Jill delivers them in a passionate way that leaves no doubt that she has walked the walk.

Karen Greenwood

versatile, lovely
This CD is all about showing the versatility of the artist, showcases her talent and just makes you feel good to listen to it. Thanks Jill Jack - its nice to be able to support a local artist who really puts forth a great effort!

John Dent

Jill Rocks!
I saw her for the first time recently at The Ark in Ann Arbor and she really showed me something. She is smart, funny, and an excellent singer/songwriter! And at the risk of being censored, she is hot! Unbeknownst to me, she reached out to touch my arm at the 'meet & greet' afterwards. But I ignorantly kept walking ;p

Lisa Rutledge

Jill is honest, brave and she rocks!
I loved this record, lyrics cut right to it and the music was perfect for the lovely words. Great to hear a woman sing about her life honestly and not sound whiny or overly sentimental. Jill lives a real life and we are privileged to share it with her. Listening to the songs was kind of like spending the evening with a close friend and a nice bottle of wine!