Jessica's Mistake
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The best kept secret in music

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Discography

Last Kiss EP (2001)

"About Me"- Top 10 for three months on Star 94.9 WMSR

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Feeling a bit camera shy

Bio

Florence, Alabama's Jessica's Mistake began in spring 2001 with John Jackson, Rob Ashley and Matt Mulkeen. JM was originally a cover act of modern rock and pop-punk. JM debuted at UNA's resident Alpha Tau Omega chapter party in the spring that year. They soon began writing new material and secured rehearsal space at Pegasus Records in Florence, Al. The original material for the first EP was of pop-punk influence and was recordedin early summer of 2001. August provided opportunity for JM to unveil their first EP, "Last Kiss", at Sports Rock Cafe with a listening party and performance. The first single, "About Me", debuted on Star 94.9 in Florence and stayed on their Top 10 for three months.

For the rest of 2001 and all of 2002, JM pushed the EP while performing around north and central Alabama at small venues and house shows. Later in the winter of 2002, John began writing material along with Todd Manley. During this time, JM experienced a stylistic change and trashed most of its catalog. Todd and John worked long hours and late nights on polishing the new, fresh and powerful rock 'n rolls ound that the band was now leaning towards. Some material was reworked from the EP, like "Somebody's Song" which now is one of the most powerful songs that JM performs.

The lineup had a stringent practice schedule and continued to perform live. Some of the new material in March of 2004 at legendary Fame Studios in Muscle Shoals for a four-song demo. The new demo showcases the band's new sound and power and promises to rock every ear that it falls upon. Since the start of 2005, JM have picked up progressive/jazz-taught drummer Jack Albert of Decatur and are ready to tear throughout the US unleashing a rock 'n roll onslaught.