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"Musically Addictive and Ready to Rock"

"It's pretty interesting when I listen to Jonestown's new CD, because they are a New York based bandm but honestly, they sound like they are from the middle of the USA, because they have more soul & heart at times than alot of new York bands do, which is a good thing! Musically, the band mix it up on "When It All Comes Down"....there's radio friendly songs like "Slipped Away" which could be decribed as a heavier version of Matchbox 20, & then there's "Youre Arrogant Game" which starts slow, but is pretty heavy! One of the things that caught my eye, upon reviewing the cd was the artwork, because you have to really look at it to get it, I mean on the front cover is the back of a guitar head that appears to be broken, & on the inside of the CD case, there is an odd picture of 4 cucumbers...overall, I think the artwork is cool! Musically addictive & ready to rock, Jonestown are a great power pop band that you should check out! Go to their website at" - "Rock 'n Roll Experience" website


When It All Comes Down



JonesTown, fast emerging as one of the hottest new rock bands in New York F'in City, is fronted by songwriter Freddie Mac, and driven to glory by Timmy Rockmore on guitar, Steve Paelet on bass, and Ross Kantor on drums. Rock 'n Roll Experience describes them as "Musically addictive and ready to rock", and they deliver, both live and on record - JonesTown's songs will make you bang your head and shake your ass, all at the same time. "Open Up", from their 2005 release "When It All Comes Down", has been used as the official theme to Bike New York's Five Boro Bike Tour. Their music is now being taken for a different kind of ride - as a part of Tristan Taormino's House of Ass.

When asked about JonesTown's inclusion in a porn video, Freddie Mac could be heard to say: "I like to think that our songs tap into the most basic of human emotions and impulses. I couldn't think of a better way to be 'exposed' to a whole new audience, to tap into those impulses on a whole new if only I hadn't missed that casting call..."