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Love Badly

by The Jackstones

After receiving the IMAs Album of the Year in the country genre for their 2014 release, “What Brings You Here”. The follow-up, “Love Badly”, is a rocking carnival of crafty lyrics and gritty musicianship created by the Southern California band.
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Cruise
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2. Every Apple Does Get Bitten Eventually
4:29 $0.99
3. Love Badly
3:10 $0.99
4. Obstacle Course
4:01 $0.99
5. Rotation
3:48 $0.99
6. Dirty Stuff
5:32 $0.99
7. Your Secret's Safe with Me
4:01 $0.99
8. Ball of Thread
3:57 $0.99
9. Crawl
3:22 $0.99
10. Cowboy Life
3:39 $0.99
11. You Better Be About That
3:42 $0.99
12. Sounds Like Chains
5:00 $0.99
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The Jackstones received IMAs Album of the Year in the country genre for their 2014 release, “What Brings You Here”. The follow-up, “Love Badly”, is a rocking carnival of crafty lyrics and gritty musicianship created by the Southern California band. Always great live or add this band to your playlist now.

The Jackstones / Press

“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.” ”
Frank Kocher - San Diego Troubadour

“FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: The Jackstones Are Among 400 Of The Year’s Most Exceptional Artists & Releases Nominated In The 14th Independent Music Awards 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 of The 14th Independent Music Awards (The IMAs), for Best Country Album, the influential awards program for independent artists and releases. Independent Music Awards nominations in more than 80 Album, Song, EP, Music Producer, and Music Video were announced for self-released and independent label artists from around the globe. The mix of established and rising talent nominated in The 14th IMAs were culled from thousands of submissions that were released during the program’s eligibility 2013-2014 period. Winners will be determined by a panel of influential artist and industry judges and also by fan votes.”
Independent Music Awards (IMAs)

"She Dyed it Red" is a twangy rock tune about a local woman who dumps her groom-to-be at the altar and then initiates a personal awakening by dying her wedding gown red. The Jackstones trick you into swallowing this completely illogical premise by delivering a smooth, proper performance, and then they seal the deal by getting Roger Hedgecock to make a cameo in their music video. Rock on,
Peter Holslin - San Diego City Beat

“...Jackstones, "She Dyed It Red": Now in their tenth year. the boomer-era guys making up this country-rock quartet seem to be having boozy fun as they spin the tale of a once put-upon lady friend gone supersexy MILF, thanks to her new look and an old dress that, dyed red, "seems a little higher, fits a little tighter, but she wears it with no regret."”
Jay Allen Sanford - The Reader



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