Jack Freeman‘s style takes cues from the originators. In a time where R&B is in a crippling recession, the Houston-based singer offers a sound that is reminiscent of the good old days. You know… Marvin Gaye, Al Green, Otis Redding… the pioneers of the soul crooner sound that we’ve all come to love and subsequently miss. He’s studied the best, and it’s evidenced in his product.
On “Peaceful”, a track that is only available on the limited edition hard copy of his latest project “Lynnie’s Juke Joint”, Freeman muses over a woman who’s left an indellible mark on his heart. Take a listen to the track below:
How can you get your hands on a copy of “Lynnie’s Juke Joint”…? Glad you asked. It’ll only be available at Jack’s “Lynnie’s Juke Joint Experience” which takes place this Saturday (9/15) at Ovations Night Club in Houston. Tickets are on sale now, and if you use the code UPTOWN at check-out, you’ll receive 10% off the cost of your admission. For more details, click here.
via [day & a dream]