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Jackson Firebird

Jackson Firebird

Jackson Firebird


Jackson Firebird are an explosive two piece Aussie Rock outfit spawned from the small country town of Mildura, Northern Victoria. The rock duo consists of fat guitar, distorted vocals, hard hitting drums and the unconventional sounds of a miked-up, upside-down “bottle bin”. Formed in 2006, Jackson Firebird have not only built a strong following on home soil but have captivated audiences from Adelaide to Melbourne, supporting such acts as Tim Rogers, Airborne, Little Birdie, The Fumes and The Screaming Jets just to name a few. Read more on Last.fm
Jackson Firebird are an explosive two piece Aussie Rock outfit spawned from the small country town of Mildura, Northern Victoria. The rock duo consists of fat guitar, distorted vocals, hard hitting drums and the unconventional sounds of a miked-up, upside-down “bottle bin”. Formed in 2006, Jackson Firebird have not only built a strong following on home soil but have captivated audiences from Adelaide to Melbourne, supporting such acts as Tim Rogers, Airborne, Little Birdie, The Fumes and The Screaming Jets just to name a few. In March 2008 Jackson Firebird recorded a professional five-track EP and video clip for the first single, “Bottle Bin”. Notable producer Matt Lovell (Something For Kate, Shihad, The Mess Hall) and Kram were brought on-board to produce. Jackson Firebird have a winning trifecta at their disposal; an original Aussie garage rock sound, kick-arse head-nodding songs and a pumping, hard hitting live show. Read more on Last.fm.

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