Jacket Fits Into Fine Southern Rock Tradition

Kentucky rock act My Morning Jacket

Jim Farber of the New York Daily News reviewed ’s gig on Tuesday at Irving Plaza in New York. Farber writes, “While the result draws on both ’70s Southern rock and ’60s country rock – and while the band members’ beer bellies and ratty hair make them look like castoffs from Molly Hatchet – MMJ never sound quite like anyone from the Allmans or Byrds axis. They’re singing a new song of the South, one that’s soaring and sweet.” Read more.


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