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Highly Original “Rockstar” Jack Rose

by Linc Bradham

In a world where so many pop tunes are accused of being unoriginal and derivative, it’s incredibly refreshing to hear something which is clearly pop but also has a uniqueness which pushes the listener to want to hear more. Jack Rose is the master of this dynamic – a unique artist who can still get an entire dance floor to bump with an ease that even more seasoned artists may struggle to find. He’s already graced the front and back cover of Music Week magazine and many critics agree he’s a force to reckon with in 2021.

Hot off the trail of collaborating with some of the UK’s most well-renowned music producers, Jack Rose (no known connection to the popular DMV whiskey bar!) has a new single entitled Rock Star that producers can’t get enough of – it’s already been remixed three times and counting. It’s just his most recent effort that sounds as home in the club as an a long drive, and Rose’s voice has a sincerity that reflects that of Tom Misch, with a groove as that pumps as hard as Bruno Mars. Give Rock Star a listen here, and be ready to hear much more from Jack Rose in the coming years:

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Linc Bradham

Linc Bradham is an American multi-instrumentalist, vocalist, audio engineer, and songwriter originally from Savannah, GA. He has resided in the DMV for the last three years and has served in the active-duty Army for the last 12 years. He is in the process of switching Army careers into the Army Field Band as an audio engineering professional, with long-term goals of promoting music education in America and the Middle East.

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