April 27: Asbury Park Yacht Club for Frank Lombardi’s “Predawn” CD release. NO COVER. 9pm.
We’re excited to have been featured on NJ.com as one of the 31 Artists to Watch in 2019 alongside many friends and acquaintances, sweethearts we’ve met over the years playing around the clubs and dives of the Garden State. Thank you NJ.com and Bobby Oliver. You can read the article here.
We can’t thank you for the support we’ve received so far in just he first weeks of this year. Thank you listening to and buying the EP online, physicals coming soon. - Love, Joe & James
Our new EP “Gas Station Blues & Diamond Rings” is NOW STREAMING EVERYWHERE. You can listen to it all over the internet and here. We’re really excited to play it all over America this year, and have already begun to play songs from it in NYC, D.C., and Asbury Park this year. Soon we’ll be announcing our Winter/Spring concert calendar. Until then, we hope you enjoy the new album and watch some of the new videos we have and will be putting out. This is just the beginning.
-Joe & James
JACKSON PINES ON PBS:
“State of the Arts” presents “Jackson Pines: Folk Duo”
This year has not been without its challenges and little victories, but looking back on 2018 we see it as the year we learned the most: about what we want, who we are, where we sit in the field of modern artists, and what we do best: sing and play from the heart. We just want to thank every single person who supported us by coming to shows, buying albums, and following us on our journeys. We did five small tours, played about a hundred times, recorded a new album, and met so many new people: each and every one of you are the reason we are still kicking, creating, and doing what we do. Thanks to you, here’s what’s coming up. - Joe
Item 1: We’re super excited to announce our new EP is ready and going to be released in early 2019 as a follow-up to “Lost & Found”. The first singles: “Thinking About It”/”Radio Kid” will drop online in December.
Item 2: We were featured on PBS in 5 states (NJ, NY, PA, DE, CT) on 3 networks as part of a show called State of the Arts in December. They followed us around Jackson and Asbury Park for a week at our jobs, in our practice space, and at one of our concerts, painting a portrait of where we’re from, who we are, and what it’s like to be independent artists.
The episode will premiere on Wednesday, 12/12/18 at 8:30 pm on NJTV.
The episode will then re-air on 12/15 at 7:30 pm on NJTV,
12/16 at 11 am on WHYY - Philadelphia,
12/16 at 11:30 am on WNET -New York
and afterward with additional rebroadcasts on NJTV.
WATCH IT ONLINE HERE: https://www.pbs.org/video/jackson-pines-folk-duo-cgjskh/