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Jesse James Dupree - Vocals Jeff Worley - Guitar Roman Glick - Bass Chris Worley - Drums
It's been nearly 15 years since Jackyl shot out of Georgia with its wild, untamed and uncouth approach to rock 'n' roll. Equal parts hard rock, heavy metal and Southern rock, Jackyl formed in 1991 and brought back rock 'n' roll back -- back to its down-to-earth, wild, fun-loving origins. 1994 was one of the most important years in the band's career. The second album, 'Push Comes To Shove,' hit the streets and went gold. That August, Jackyl turned in one of the most acclaimed performances at Woodstock '94 in Saugerties, NY, and the resulting double album 'Woodstock 94' went platinum and included "Headed For Destruction" (a track from 'Push Comes To Shove').
A collection of B-sides titled 'Stayin' Alive' appeared on Shimmering Tone Records in 1998 but the biggest highlight of the year was Geffen's release of the best-of collection 'Choice Cuts' and the related promotional events Jackyl did to help promote it. The band earned two Guinness Book of World Records citations and the designation "The Hardest Working Band in Rock 'N' Roll" for performing 100 shows in 50 days as well as 21 shows in 24 hours. Dupree says the most grueling of the two was 21 shows in 24 hours; Jackyl completed that task in Texas, and the shows were all done with full lights and sound. The daytime sets were 45 minutes long whereas the ones done at nighttime were between 90 and 120 minutes long.
Jackyl released 'Relentless' on Humidity Records in 2002. It contained the second collaboration with Brian Johnson, "Kill the Sunshine." Universal Music/Geffen Records also issued a Jackyl volume as part of its acclaimed '20th Century Masters - The Millennium Collection' best-of series in 2003. For a band that built its reputation as road warriors, it's surprising that a full-length live album meant for worldwide release did not appear until now. 2004 sees the separate release of the 'Live at the Full Throttle Saloon' CD and DVD on Sanctuary Records. 'Live at the Full Throttle Saloon' was recorded and filmed in summer 2003 in Sturgis, South Dakota, as part of the legendary annual biker rally festivities held there. Jackyl plans to continue bringing its maniacal live shows and uncompromising albums to the masses forever.