Jack Freeman’s music should be supplied with brown liquor. At all times. The child who grew up on so much Donny Hathaway his own voice reflects the same near pitch perfect balance of soul man blues & struggle cloaks himself in darkness and then some for “Nobody”, a one man solliquoy to a lover who is now long gone. You might shed tears, your heart might well up wanting to call an ex to see where things are currently but that’s the experience you get listening to Freeman as well as watching “Nobody”, just moved to a different space and time.

Freeman’s hitting the road to support “The Jack Freeman Experience with Bianca Rodriguez later this month. Click here for dates and ticket information.

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  1. EP Review: Jack Freeman - Bliss [@_jackfreeman] - Day & A Dream : Day & A Dream

    […] That's the main takeaway from Bliss, the Houston crooner's new EP which serves as part re-introduction of the singer and part appetizer to Freeman's upcoming album slated for later this year. Jack's modus operandi usually involves a tugging of the heartstrings and appeal to raw emotion. That was the backbone of Freeman's last long-player, 2011's Lynnie's Juke Joint, and also the selling point of his big single last year, “Nobody.” […]


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