An OldJack New Year’s Eve!

ojls2OldJack bids adieu to an epic Last Saturdays Series of 2016 and their beloved Jackette Kelly with a blow out bash at The Lizard Lounge on New Year’s Eve!

After a successful year long residency filled with performances by some of New England’s Best Acts, OldJack ends the series on a high note with Pale Hands, Legendary Ms Pigeon Frontman – J Clark Webber w/ VIII.OM, and of course OldJack!

The evening will also be a farewell to OldJack darling, our Soul Siren – Kelly Davis Power as she departs the band. We’ll send her out in true OldJack style with a celebration of soul like no other!

In the spirit of the season, OldJack requests a pay what you can charitable donation in lieu of a ticket fee. Kelly has chosen Girls Rock Campaign Boston as the beneficiary – a 501c3 non-profit organization that empowers girls to believe in themselves by providing a supportive community that fosters self-expression, confidence, and collaboration through musical education and performance. Learn more at girlsrockboston.org

There’s nothing better than spending New Year’s Eve with your nearest and dearest so reserve your tickets to join us today! 21+ with Proper ID


OldJack’s Dan Nicklin checked in with The Song Show’s Brick Briscoe a few weeks back in Nashville –  check it out!


Summer’s but a distant memory but there’s still time crank the heat, roll the windows down, and pretend it’s 90 out! Grab the summertime anthem Drivin’ All Night from OldJack before the snow falls! “If you’re like me, during the summer you want to live inside 1978 (Stones touring behind “Some Girls,” Van Halen blowing your mind, “Hollywood Nights” on the charts, the Dead still in their prime…).” says the Boston Herald’s Jed Gottlieb. Hear Drivin’ All Night for yourself right here!


axsAXS.COM’s Top 5 Outlaw Roadshow Artists You Need To Know: OldJack

Check out the AXS review of the Outlaw Roadshow Nashville and the top 5 picks for artists you need to know featuring OldJack!

"... a scorching set that fused rock muscle and soul sinew to marvelously self-assured style and showmanship."
~ Jonathan Perry, The Boston Globe