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Jack Killed Jill

Jack Killed Jill

Jack Killed Jill


Jack Killed Jill is a San Francisco Bay Area band that was the brain child of Revik Delfin and Steve Korbay. Formed in 1994, Jack Killed Jill spent a lot of their time that year refining their sound. The band consisted of members from various bands such as the Ex-Deadbeats, the Wynona Riders and Complete Disorder (the latter two releasing material on Lookout Records). In the winter of 1994, Jack Killed Jill toured extensively throughout the western half of the United States and parts of Canada. Read more on Last.fm
Jack Killed Jill is a San Francisco Bay Area band that was the brain child of Revik Delfin and Steve Korbay. Formed in 1994, Jack Killed Jill spent a lot of their time that year refining their sound. The band consisted of members from various bands such as the Ex-Deadbeats, the Wynona Riders and Complete Disorder (the latter two releasing material on Lookout Records). In the winter of 1994, Jack Killed Jill toured extensively throughout the western half of the United States and parts of Canada.

JKJ hooked up with MDC and JFA for most of the tour and later recorded a split 7" with JFA. After the '94 tour, Jack Killed Jill began writing more songs. The buzz was on about Jack Killed Jill. While writing new material, many independent and major labels were contacting JKJ to sign them up.

Disillusioned with the whole music business and what it had become, Jack Killed Jill felt they had to sign on to a label that would work with them and give them the attention they deserved. There ethics and beliefs pointed them to New Red Archives. 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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