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JONATHAN JACKSON & E-NATION
BLAME-SHIFTER EP REVIEW



There is a reason Jonathan Jackson sounds so good in his role of Avery Barkley on ABC's hit show Nashville. He's been playing music for years. And his band, Jonathan Jackson + Enation just dropped a new EP titled "Blame-shifter"!

Jonathan Jackson + Enation is comprised of Jonathan Jackson (guitar, lead vocals), brother Richard Jackson (drums), and long-time friend Daniel Sweatt (bass). They are an alternative rock band based in Nashville.

For Jonathan Jackson + Enation it's about going deeper than the music and to create songs that are not just for entertainment, but for emotional and spiritual connection, enlightenment, and social change. A tall order to fill, but if anyone can do it they can. In a world where so many artists are pre-packaged, over-produced, and created for instant fame and whatever will sell the records, Jonathan Jackson + Enation represents an authenticity that is a refreshing breath of fresh air (and fresh music).

The band strives for an edgier sound this time around, and they achieve it with haunting melodies, meaningful lyrics, and guitar driven backbeats. The EP features new songs "Ascending", "Blame-shifter", "Alleluia", "Let The Beauty Out", and "Wasteland" and is said to be the beginning of a full length album.

An excerpt from Alleluah:

"The silence of confusion collected here tonight. The silence of illusion our generation's plight. We're losing our connection. Allelujah. No one believes because nobody can see. It's the blind leading the blind. I am the popstar lost by design."

It's hard to put into words what this EP is trying to convey, so I will just let the songs and their powerful lyrics speak for themselves. Go get your copy of  Blame-shifter today on I-Tunes or at jonathanjackson.com.





 

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