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J. The Savage – Age Of The Superstar

J. The SavageJ. The Savage – Age Of The Superstar | Finalist | The Expose Yourself Song Contest

Jay The Savage – Age Of The Superstar -   bringing catchy Americana into focus. J. The Savage AKA Jamie Bernstein combines into his lyrically driven music the flavors of the deep south, roots of jazz, blues, and R&B music with the themes and song structures of his Appalachian upbringing. On top of that sprinkle a little Cajun spice, a reflection of his current home location in New Orleans, Louisiana, and vocal delivery that this reviewer would describe as “the Cajun Lou Reed” and you have a unique and noteworthy combination of sounds spices rhythms and words. Give this band a listen and pick up J. The Savage’s record “Songs from the Tree of Life” available at CD Baby. You will like it like we do.

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You can visit J. at the bands myspace page –>http//www.myspace.com/jthesavage1

J. The Savage is:

Jamie Bernstein – Songwriter, Guitar, Vocals, Harmonica, Flutes
Scott Jackson – Bass
William Bonham -Mandolin
Bruce Tyner- Pedal Steel
Peter Braddish – Drums

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2 Responses to “J. The Savage – Age Of The Superstar”

  1. Thank you guys so much for publishing this review. I really appreciate you noticing the hard work that I put into this song and this record. I have just recorded a second record which will be available in January.

    Also,
    the link to my myspace doesn’t seem to be working.

    You guys are awesome,
    Jamie B.

  2. ReviewPosse says:

    Hey Jamie
    Let us know when the new disc drops! Keep up the great music! We dig what your doing and encourage people to check it out I see “Songs from the Tree of Life” is now available at Itunes so everybody can download it right into their ipod or iphone ..so easy.

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