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"Potential Collection Volume 2 Review"

The duo Jezzebelle take 'Bad Seed' and really rock it up with just two voices, acoustic guitar and a drop of percussion. All told, an album worth checking out under any sign.

(Album of the fortnight - Jackie Hayden) - Hotpress Magazine

"Potential Collection Volume 2 Review"

There's no denying the potential and power of Jezzebelle's 'Bad Seed'.

(4-star review) - Daily Mail

"Potential Collection Volume 2 Review"

Unlike many magazines and music critics that will keep it short and sweet i feel this cd needs to be broke down, because this compilation of emerging talent each deserve an opinion

1.Bad seed by Jezzebelle You can hear the passion stream from this track with a nice upbeat acoustic folk blues feel the vocals stand out pretty well as they simmer a bit like Janice Joplin early blues number but a sweet little tune. *****

This has to be one of the best compilation cd's yet of some future stars and believe me there is on this album, well done The Zodiac Sessions this is the nucleus of unborn talent.

Review by T.Halpin

RANK: ****** 6 out of 6
- Music review

"Dirt Tracks Review" - The Ticket

"Dirt Tracks Review" - Hotpress

"Dirt Tracks Review" - Connect Magazine


1. Dirt Tracks (2007) - Album
2. The Potential Collection Volume 2 (2008) - Album



Winner - Clonmel National Song Contest 2007
Winner - Dublin’s NOISE Concerts Battle of the Bands 2007

Jezzebelle are a two-piece from Dublin, Ireland.

"...Their high octane-propulsion, and driving dogmatic rhythms mark them out from the crowd…"
- Siobhán Long, The Ticket, Irish Times (Dirt Tracks album Review)

In June 2008 Jezzebelle headed to Los Angeles for 3 months where they completed a 55-date tour, playing support to Yogi (guitarist - Chris Cornell), Lisa Harrington (keyboardist - Smashing Pumpkins), and solo shows at The Rainbow Bar & Grill and House Of Blues Anaheim main stage. March 2008 saw the release of The Potential Collection Vol. 2, an acoustic compilation of upbeat songs by Irish acts associated with The Zodiac Sessions (named Dublin’s finest Open Mic Night by Hotpress Magazine). Jezzebelle song Bad Seed is the opening track on the album:

"…You can hear the passion stream from this track (’Bad Seed’) with a nice upbeat acoustic folk blues feel. The vocals stand out pretty well as they simmer a bit like Janice Joplin early blues number but a sweet little tune..." *****
- T. Halpin, (Potential Collection Vol. 2 album Review)

"…A powerful and potential song…"
- Danny McElhenny, The Daily Mail (4 star review of The Potential Collection Vol. 2)

To coincide with this release, the music video for Bad Seed was launched in February and has since been featured on TG4’s POP4, City Channel’s Pure Music and on the web by YouTube, MySpace and Music Scene Ireland. The album was also named Album of The Fortnight by Jackie Hayden of Hotpress Magazine following the release.

In May Jezzebelle played The Carlsberg Kilkenny Rhythm & Roots Festival for the 2nd year running and after winning Dublin’s NOISE Concerts Battle Of The Bands, appeared as special guests for Eric Bell (Thin Lizzy), Don Baker and Rob Strong. Right now they are writing and recording material for their new album, the follow up to their 2007 debut - Dirt Tracks.

"…Dirt Tracks; a marriage of Acoustic Country Sass, Rock n’ Roll rhythms and Seductive Story Telling from two distinctive vocalists…"
- John Cleary, Kilkenny Advertiser (Dirt Tracks album Review)

"…Katie Carpenter is in possession of a powerful, soulful instrument…"
- Killian Murphy, Hotpress Magazine (Dirt Tracks album Review)

Following the release of Dirt Tracks, Jezzebelle won The Clonmel National Song Contest with their song The Road Ahead. This brought them to be a featured act on both MySpace and The Independent Artists & Musicians websites as well as local and national radio play including appearances on Newstalk’s Taste, FM104’s Open Mic and Phantom FM’s Access All Areas.

"…Absolutely Great! Jezzebelle don't sound like anybody else around…"
- Fm104’s Open Mic with Ruairi Carroll