They have also received airplay on radio and podcasts all over the world, as well as recent Television performances on BBC2 and ITV. And with memorable songs like Samaritan Street, Taste the Moon and A Hard Night (In the Kitchen) Jackson Cage are not to be missed. What people have been saying about Jackson Cage: "The Jackson Cage I’m most familiar with is a dour song about suburban futility by Bruce Springsteen on his release The River. Jackson Cage the band do exhibit some of New Jersey’s most famous hillbilly’s knack for narrative, but only inasmuch as he was willing to channel Dylan, Woody Guthrie and The Band to tell a compellingly stark tale." - Baron Lane, Twang Nation “The Band and their pal Bob Dylan had gone to ground to escape the drugs and the intensity of their wild years.
The music started sounding more downhome….such reverberations are resumed in Belfast in the music of Jackson Cage, who add more recent influences like The Jayhawks and Ryan Adams to their deal.” – Stuart Bailie, BBC “Despite having not that much room to manoeuvre around stage, after all they do have seven members; the chemistry between them was electric. The passion behind the performance and the creativity that seems to bless them in vast amounts enables them to deliver such great music whilst giving the crowd something to shout about…10/10” - Mark Dunn, Gigging NI.com Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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