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New Music For Jack Fans in 2013

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Jimi Hendrix — People, Hell and Angels, 3/5: Unbelievable but true, the album features 12 previously unreleased recordings.  A press release states that the album “follows Hendrix in 1968 and 1969 as he works on material apart from the Jimi Hendrix Experience and suggests new experimental directions.”

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Bon Jovi — What About Now, Spring 2013: They’re gonna tour the hell out of this new release. Go JBJ!

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Adam Ant – aka Stuart Leslie Goddard —  album title –Adam Ant Is the Blueblack Hussar in Marrying The Gunner’s Daughter, 1/22: “Completely different from anything else I’ve done before,” says Mr. Ant, who had huge popularity in the ’80’s.

Darius Sings National Anthem at North Carolina v Virginia Tech - Getty Images

Darius Sings National Anthem at North Carolina v Virginia Tech – Getty Images

Darius Rucker — True Believers, 1/22:  Did not know this was the third solo album from the former Hootie frontman.

LL Cool J at The GRAMMY Nominations Concert Show - Getty Images

LL Cool J at The GRAMMY Nominations Concert Show – Getty Images

LL Cool J — Authentic Hip-Hop, 2/12:  The album is said to include 15 tracks from the man who brought us “Going Back to Cali,” and” “Mama Said Knock You Out.

Mumford & Sons — The Road To Red Rocks, 1/22: This English folk rock band is huge.

Camper Van Beethoven — La Costa Perdida, 1/22:  This boutique American alternative rock group formed in Redlands, California in 1983 and later located in Santa Cruz and San Francisco. Their eclectic and ever-evolving style mixes elements of pop, ska, punk rock, folk, alternative country, and various types of world music.

Bad Religion — True North, 1/22: Longtime punk  band swears in the first single –  “F*** (Forget) You.”

Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds – Push The Sky Away, 2/19: This Australian alternative rock band  formed in London in 1983. Cave’s a busy man on his own what with all the Hollywood soundtracks, but this is the first album with the Bad Seeds in 5 years.

 

-Lee Callahan, Jack Seattle

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