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Jason & The Scorchers

Jason & The Scorchers

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Jason and the Scorchers: Can't Be Real If It Ain't Got That Feel

Profile and Interview by Anthony DeCurtis, Record, January 1984

SWEAT-SOAKED and sprawled on a couch in the dressing room of Atlanta hot-spot 688 club, Scorcher guitarist Warner Hodges pulls on a cold one and ...

Jason and the Scorchers: Fervor

Review by Cynthia Rose, New Musical Express, 21 April 1984

EVEN ALLOWING for the Women's Wear Daily pop-corn which often passes as critical comparison in rock I can't help but loathe this catchall term "cowpunk". ...

Rhinestone Ploughboys: Jason and the Scorchers

Interview by Cynthia Rose, New Musical Express, 5 May 1984

Blues, country and heavy metal!...Can this really be the lethal cocktail that has gained The Scorchers Nashville respectability? CYNTHIA ROSE settles down to a ...

Jason and the Scorchers: Meanwhile, Back at the Raunch

Interview by Sandy Robertson, Sounds, 19 May 1984

ON MY TRAVELS through the murk of our crapulous rock underworld (good start, eh?), several unconnected geezers have name-dropped Jason and The Nashville Scorchers to ...

Jason and the Scorchers: Fervor

Review by Adam Sweeting, Melody Maker, 28 July 1984

WITH MUCH contemporary sound becoming more than a tad anaemic (they know who they are), we must turn our eyes to the West for a ...

Jason & The Scorchers: Lost And Found (EMI America)

Review by Mat Snow, New Musical Express, 23 February 1985

We're sorry, but the headline has to be...PHEW! WHAT A SCORCHER! ...

Jason And The Scorchers: Blazing Saddles

Interview by Cynthia Rose, New Musical Express, 25 May 1985

"SEE, UP to this point – this record, this tour – I fought with the fact that I was 'a rock and roll singer'. ...

Jason & The Scorchers: Hot Crackers To Go!

Interview by Jon Young, Creem, August 1985

EVEN IF Willie Nelson only releases 10 albums this year, 1985 has already distinguished itself as a truly terrific time for good old-fashioned Amurrican music. ...

Jason & The Scorchers: Halcyon Times

Review by Terry Staunton, Record Collector, March 2010

MIDWAY THROUGH 'Moonshine Guy', the opening track on The Scorchers' first album of all-new material in 14 years, the music stops abruptly to allow a ...


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