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JACKYL CELEBRATE SILVER ANNIVERSARY WITH ‘25’ AND TOUR

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JACKYL CELEBRATE SILVER ANNIVERSARY WITH ‘25’ AND TOUR

It’s an incredible accomplishment when a rock band has been successful enough to reach the 25-year mark since the release of their first album. 
And this year, raunchy southern rockers Jackyl have accomplished this feat, and are celebrating with an appropriately-titled compilation, ’25,’ which drops July 28 via Mighty Loud Records. 

The 18-track set (which can be preordered via the band’s official site, jackyl.com) features such Jackyl radio hits as “Down on Me,” “The Lumberjack,” “Push Comes to Shove,” and “Favorite Sin,” as well as two previously unreleased tracks - a live rendition of “Redneck Punk,” as well as a cover of Black Oak Arkansas’ “Hot and Nasty.” 

“At the time we first hit the scene, we were told by quite a few interviewers and fans that we sounded like a cross between Black Oak Arkansas and AC/DC,” explains Jackyl. “While we was very familiar with AC/DC, we were not with BOA. We went back and listened, and were blown away - so much so, that we recorded a cover of one of their most kick ass tunes, ‘Hot and Nasty,’ which is now finally getting its release on this comp.” 

First bursting upon the scene with their self-titled, platinum-certified debut album in 1992, Jackyl has made a name for themselves as a killer live band that delivers night after night, and has continued to offer up good old fashioned blues boogie over the years, as evidenced on such subsequent albums as 1994’s gold-certified ‘Push Comes to Shove,’ all the way to their most recent release, 2016’s ‘Rowyco.’ 

“With this compilation, we are celebrating 25 years of Jackyl rock n’ roll - the fundamentals of rock n roll,” adds Jesse. “And beware - we are not slowing down anytime soon.” 
 
‘25’ Tracklisting:

Down on Me
When Will It Rain
The Lumberjack
Push Comes to Shove
Secret of the Bottle
Dumb Ass Country Boy
Cut the Crap
Kill the Sunshine
My Moonshine Kicks Your Cocaine's Ass
Just Like a Negro (featuring DMC)
Screwdriver
Encore
Favorite Sin
Rally
Just Because I'm Drunk
Redneck Punk (Live) - previously unreleased
Hot and Nasty - previously unreleased

TOUR DATES:

Thursday, August 10, 2017   Sturgis  SD  Full  Throttle Saloon  
Friday, August 25, 2017   Sterling Heights  MI   Michigan Lottery Amphitheatre @ Freedom Hill 
Saturday, August 26, 2017   Franklin  OH  J.D.  Legends  
Saturday, September 2, 2017   Milwaukee  WI   National H.O.G. Rally/Milwaukee Rally 
Friday, September 8, 2017   Hinckley  MN   Grand Rocktember V Music Festival  
Thursday, September 14, 2017   Ocean City  MD   Cowboy Coast Country Saloon  
Friday, September 15, 2017   Heath  OH   Muddy Creek Saloon 
Saturday, September 16, 2017   Sunrise Beach  MO   Pickleheads Roadhouse (Lake of the Ozarks Bikefest) 
Thursday, September 21, 2017   Augusta  GA   The Country Club 
Friday, September 22, 2017   Savannah  GA   The Stage on Bay 
Saturday, September 23, 2017   Cocoa Beach  FL   80's in the Park  
Friday, November 17, 2017   Sioux City  IA   Anthem at Hard Rock 
Saturday, November 18, 2017   Watseka  IL   Watseka Theatre
Tuesday, November 21, 2017   Cincinnati  OH   Bogart’s 
Friday, November 24, 2017   Indianapolis  IN   8 Seconds Saloon
Saturday, November 25, 2017   Green Bay  WI   The Green Bay Distillery 
Sunday, November 26, 2017   Dubuque  IA   Q Casino 
Friday, December 1, 2017   Flint  MI   The Machine Shop
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