Jade Jackson’s debut album ‘Gilded’ out now on ANTI- | Feat. in Rolling Stone, Uncut, American Songwriter | “The new heart of country with the soul of punk rock”




Jade Jackson Good Time Gone Single Gilded Album

Early reviews of Gilded:

“Mistress of minor-key introspection, her songs carrying the kind of emotional weight more often associated with a battle-scuffed veteran” – Uncut, UK (8/10

“For a young woman with a healthy appetite for life and a musical menu filled with enticing possibilities, Jackson and her delicious debut album should leave even  a moody foodie with the most discerning taste craving for seconds.” – Huffington Post

“The album, produced by Social Distortion’s Mike Ness, imbues the sunny California country of Jackson’s youth with edgy noir, with tracks like “Motorcycle” and “Good Time Gone” sounding something like cuts from a jukebox at a dystopian honky-tonk.” American Songwriter

“Jade Jackson’s album, Gilded, is a work of remarkable depth and maturity for a songwriter who is barely over the brow of her teens.” – Guitarist 

“Meet the new heart of country, with the soul of punk rock” – Punktastic

Jade Jackson’s exquisite debut album Gilded is out now. The record is a powerful and persuasive introduction to the gifted young country-rock sensation from small town California already causing a stir with critics and fans alike.

Paste magazine writes in their new album review,  “reminiscent of Lucinda Williams, Emmylou Harris and Mazzy Star’s Hope Sandoval, Jackson’s somber songs unfold with the easy grace of dusty sunsets and open-road drives, while her more spirited numbers are driven by a punk swagger.” while Rolling Stone Country describes her as “a raspy-throated, confident-beyond-her-years songwriter channeling Hank Williams via a somber goth-folk aesthetic.”

Gilded was produced by Social Distortion frontman Mike Ness and powerfully merges the unflinching honesty and melodies of Lucinda Williams and Emmylou Harris with the raw energy of a musician influenced equally by George Jones, Hank Williams, The Cure and The Gun Club.

Live Dates W/Social Distortion

Jul 22, 2017  The Depot  Salt Lake City, UT
Jul 25, 2017  Liberty Hall  Lawrence, KS
Jul 26, 2017  Palace Theatre  Saint Paul, MN
Jul 28, 2017  The Riverside Theater Milwaukee, WI
Jul 29, 2017  Bogart’s  Cincinnati, OH
Jul 30, 2017  Newport Music Hall   Columbus, OH
Aug 1, 2017    House of Blues  Cleveland, OH
Aug 3, 2017    Stage AE  Pittsburgh, PA
Aug 4, 2017    The Fillmore  Philadelphia, PA
Aug 5, 2017    Paramount Theater Huntington, NY
Aug 8, 2017    Sherman Theater Stroudsburg, PA
Aug 9, 2017    College St. Music Hall  New Haven, CT
Aug 11, 2017  Palladium  Worcester, CT
Aug 12, 2017  Starland Ballroom Sayerville, NJ
Aug 13, 2017  The Fillmore  Silver Spring, MD
Aug 15, 2017  The Norva Theater Norfolk, VA
Aug 18, 2017  The Mill & Mine  Knoxville, TN
Aug 19, 2017  The Fillmore  Matthews, NV
Aug 20, 2017  The Ritz  Raleigh, NC
Aug 22, 2017  House of Blues  Myrtle Beach, SC
Aug 23, 2017  Tabernacle    Atlanta, GA
Aug 25, 2017  House of Blues Orlando, FL
Aug 26, 2017  Revolution Live Ft. Lauderdale, FL
Aug 27, 2017  Jannus Live  Saint Petersburg, FL
Aug 30, 2017  House of Blues   New Orleans, LA
Sep 01, 2017  Concrete St. Amphitheater  Corpus Christi, TX
Sep 02, 2017  The Aztec Theater  San Antonio, TX
Sep 03, 2017 Billy Bob’s Texas Ft. Worth, TX
Sep 05, 2017  Tricky Falls  El Paso, TX
Sep 06, 2017  Sunshine Theater Albuquerque, NM
Sep 08, 2017  Ohana Festival  Dana Point, CA

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