Jackson Jackson is a hip hop group from Melbourne, Australia consisting of Harry James Angus (vocals/trumpet; The Cat Empire, The Conglomerate) and Jan Skubiszewski (producer, phrase, and composer; APRA Award winner Two Hands, The Rage in Placid Lake, Last Man Standing). For live performances, they are joined by keyboards, bass, drums and backup vocalists.
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Jackson Jackson's second album, Tools For Survival, was released on 11 October 2008.
The band appeared as a guest on Phrase's second album Clockwork in 2009, performing on the song "Paradise".
In April 2010, Jackson Jackson performed at The Evelyn in Melbourne for three Fridays in a row before going on hiatus to write a new album.
In September 2011, Jackson Jackson returned to The Evelyn Hotel to take residency of the venue for a month, performing each Friday. Their first show since April 2010 was Friday 2 September, and was supported by the singer Gossling. During their performance, they performed two new songs called "Dave" and "Sacrifice". They also sold a three-track EP, consisting of the tracks "Dave", "Sacrifice", and "Simplify My Life, Amplify My Mind".
Jackson Jackson are:
- Harry Angus – vocals, acoustic guitar and synths
- Jan Skubiszewski – electric/acoustic guitars, synths and beats
Also known as Melbourne dub/fusion trio, 'The Genie', and the rhythm section of Melbourne band The Cat Empire.
- Ollie McGill – keyboards
- Ryan Monro – basses and guitar
- Will Hull-Brown – drums
Named the 'Jackson Jackson 5'.
- Chantal Mitvalsky
- Elana Stone
- Rebecca Ari
- Karishma Sadhai
- Rory Osman
- The Fire Is on the Bird (2007)
- Tools for Survival (2008)
- "All Alone" (2008)
- "The Devil in Me" (2009)
- "Dave" (2011)
- Clockwork (2009)
- Underbelly: A Tale of Two Cities (Soundtrack) (2009)
- "Jackson Jackson Biography". EMI Music Australia. Retrieved 14 March 2008.
- O'Donohue, Danielle (10 May 2007). "Jackson Jackson strikes back". The Advertiser. Retrieved 14 March 2008.
- :: JACKSON JACKSON NEWS : musichead Australia ::
- Mengel, Noel (21 March 2007). "French rockers excel". The Courier Mail. Retrieved 14 March 2008.
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