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JAK

JAK

JAK


JAK is a San Diego alternative experimental band started in the 1998 by a group of musicians that had met through their associations with a small music shop in La Jolla. Driven by the haunting vocals and songmanship of Julie Kitterman, JAK (an acronym for "Julie Amanda Kitterman") began as a collaboration between Kitterman and guitarist Ken Abellon and had various incarnations with a rotating troupe of musicians, most notably Chris Prescott, drummer of the experimental indie rock band No Knife. Read more on Last.fm
JAK is a San Diego alternative experimental band started in the 1998 by a group of musicians that had met through their associations with a small music shop in La Jolla. Driven by the haunting vocals and songmanship of Julie Kitterman, JAK (an acronym for "Julie Amanda Kitterman") began as a collaboration between Kitterman and guitarist Ken Abellon and had various incarnations with a rotating troupe of musicians, most notably Chris Prescott, drummer of the experimental indie rock band No Knife. During this period, the band mustered up three self-released EPs, "Six", "Seven" and "Eight". After the break up of the original line-up Kitterman recruited drummer and vocalist Patricia Kavanaugh, working JAK back into a duo.

Since their performances of a few live shows in 2007, JAK has been on haitus brewing up new material. http://profile.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=user.viewprofile&friendid=12644850 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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