Jackson Taylor & the Sinners

Jackson Taylor & the Sinners
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Deluxe CD/DVD edition. 2014 live release from the rockin' Country singer/songwriter. Jackson Taylor is a storyteller, plain and simple. He combines his real life experiences with old school Country elements and throws in the flavors of Punk and Southern Rock to create a style all his own. Jackson Taylor continues to break the rules of traditional Country music with his straightforward lyrics, ''take it or leave it''

approach, intense live performances, and the drive and determination of a freight train. Recorded in July of 2013, Jackson Taylor & the Sinners became the 45th artist/band to join the LIVE AT BILLY BOB'S TEXAS music series. In keeping with the originality of Jackson Taylor & the Sinners, the band recorded their LIVE AT BILLY BOB'S TEXAS CD and DVD at midnight from 81 Club, a new Billy Bob's Texas venue just steps from the club.

The CD and DVD captures the true essence of the Sinners and provides a front row seat to the rowdy and raucous live show that you can relive again and again.

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Jackson Taylor & the Sinners  06/13/2007            
What kind of punk Calles him self the "Rock"? I called "The Dog" the show is on, and if it was'nt that would'nt mean anything, they would be playing some where els where I would go see them; and not spend my money at "The Dog". It is'nt the club that makes the show, with out the bands it is just anouther room playing hip hop. Can not wait till Dark Days hits next month. Rock on JTB! Jim
Jackson Taylor & the Sinners  06/13/2007            
the rocks daddy
If u know so much, tell me what else you know false prophet! Because I promise I will be there on july 21 at THE DOG! Next you are going to say you have first hand imformation on the next club the JTB is barred from. Don't hate on musical integrady when all u listen to are fads!
Jackson Taylor & the Sinners  05/27/2007            
(Fantom) Hate to burst your bubble, but the show on the 21st at the Wormy Dog is still on, I was there that night, the whole night and nothing bad happend, so i am not sure what your beef is with this band, a great bunch of guys who make killer music. If you hate them so much, just don't go see them, why be such a little bitch about it. I will never understand why people bash bands. just dont go see them. I will tell you one thing; Jack is anything but a punk. I really doubt you even know him. We will be front Row on July 21st, some how I think you will be as well.
Jackson Taylor & the Sinners  05/26/2007            
Kenny Palyola
From another musicians stand point and from the view of someone who hates hwta the industry has done to music as an art- I am damn glad to have Jackson around. His records are hilarious, hard rocking, kickass, old school country. He's a real Texan, Texans dont take no poop and dont apologize for it either. I believe Billy Joe likes him as much as I hear cause he probobly reminds Billy Joe of himself when he was younger. Me- well Im going to gosee jackson tonight in Houston, and hopefully walk away with a few more CDs, and some stories to tell! Ah ha!
Jackson Taylor & the Sinners  05/26/2007            
One more thing....I am too proud to be able to attend the show tonight...thanks for your support for the troops Jackson Taylor Band!! The 1st Battalion, 2nd Marine Regiment Benefit Show. Sat. (May 26th) @ 10pm
Jackson Taylor & the Sinners  05/26/2007            
You have got to be kidding me right?! Mr. Good Riddance..that HAS to be your real name. Cause you have obviously said "good riddance" to badass, down home, old school, in your face, red dirt but dirtier country music. I follow Jackson Taylor Band because they are about as REAL as it gets. They work hard and party just as hard...WITH THEIR FANS. Which is something I think TOO TOO many artists DON'T do. The fans are the ones that support him and buy his cd's and he has NEVER forgotten that. So I am sorry that someone pissed in your beer that night. But get over it and let me know the next time JTB comes to your town...I WILL BUY YOUR TICKET FOR YOU. You have only proven that Jackson Taylor IS THE ONE SON...ALL YOU BITCHES LOVE TO HATE!
Jackson Taylor & the Sinners  05/24/2007            
Monster show at the Wormy Dog! Will be there to see you guys on July 21st. I get a kick out of all the bad press these guys get. Would love to see the homos who write this stuff. Jackson, thanks for taking the time to talk with the fans. Your still the one son, all these bitchis love to hate. So true!
Jackson Taylor & the Sinners  04/22/2007            
I have known Jackson for going on three years now. He is very easy to get along with. He is also a true outlaw in every way. A truly nice guy who will sit and talk to a fan, unlike some of the other artists out there, you guys know who they are. He keeps on putting out the cd's and they are always good. Check out a live show, those are the best.
Jackson Taylor & the Sinners  04/18/2007            
Jacob Calhoun
Though I've never seen this amazing band live, I have every scratching cd they have. This band is OUTLAW in its truest form. True music that speaks to phsycotic side of every true outlaw music fan. To the last person that said Jackson should sober up, you dont understand his music and you dont understand where his heart is. This band will probably never make it big but you know that every cd they put out will be for the true outlaw music lover. Keep it real Jackson Your friend Albuquerque New Mexico Jake
Jackson Taylor & the Sinners  04/17/2007            
Big J
I saw these guys for the first time in Houston Saturdaynight with Billy Joe shaver. I only saw the last song, I must say is was great! The whole band was rocking! Billy Joe started the night by saying Jackson Taylor was the best song writer he new. I had to get a cd after hearing that. I got The whiskey Session and i must say this is not your average "I love Texas and beer music". This is something much more. I doubt this young man will ever reach the fame as Pat or ragweed, he is just too real. I will say however that they will be talking about him long after the "Texas Music" click is gone. I cant wait to hear more. I just hope if he does make it; he does not go the Jack Ingram road. Keep it Texas, above all keep it real.
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