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The best kept secret in music


"Live Review"

“The big flashing sign behind them doesn’t let us forget we’re experiencing Jaded. These babes rock hard. After Hillary Blaze’s big drum solo we are treated to a flashy guitar solo, not from the stage, but from atop the Abbey bar. A single flashlight shines on Britt Lightning’s angular leopard Jackson guitar as she speeds through her expanded vocabulary of tapping techniques (made famous by Eddie Van Halen). Vocalists Julie Steel wails through “Knock It Back” encouraging everyone to suck down their drinks. Julie jumps into the crowd to tip bottles with every drinker in the house. Good melodies, easy background join-ins, and lots of young sexy flesh make Jaded’s rock show a must see.” - Noise Magazine

"Album Review"

“Their looks (high heels and lots of glitter, glamour, latex and looong hair), their music, the CD, the way they write their name, the pictures of the ladies, it's all too good to be true. From opener "Get Up", my fist goes straight in the air. Think about GIRLSCHOOL, think about WASP, think about KISS - it's all there. Catchy, yet still very heavy indeed. Just listen to a song like "We'll Be Strong" or "Fever" (is that Eddie Van Halen playing the solo??) and I bet, that you're dying to hear more from these four ass kicking ladies.” - Metal Maidens

"Chicks that Rock"

“If you can picture Charlie's Angels with guitars instead of guns, then you can understand the experience of Jaded live. A throw-back to the days when rock was real, this show is as enticing with the visual as well as the audio…These ladies know what they are doing and do it better than most. Truly an inspiration to women everywhere.” - Sue O., Rock Critic


Jaded- Jaded (10 Song Debut Album)


Feeling a bit camera shy


Jaded is a hard hitting, all female rock band that kicks you in the face with a rock-n-roll party, firing on all cylinders. Reminiscent of ‘80’s style rock energy and decadence this band delivers in talent, looks, and raw aggression.

The band has played in support of many national acts including Alice in Chains, Buckcherry, Skid Row, Stryper, Tesla, WASP, George Lynch, Kittie, Crossfade, Damage Plan,Yngwie Malmsteen, Disturbed, Lacuna Coil, Mushroomhead, Powerman 5000, Saliva, Shadowsfall,Shinedown,Silvertide,and
more. The band has also played festivals to crowds to 30,000 people.