Euro Tour Dates Announced! fall 2023
Jax Hollow is an untamable force of nature. Hailing from Nashville by way of
Montague Massachusetts, The Berklee College Of Music graduate is bringing a much needed revival to rock with her fresh innocence and serious talent. Jax’s sound is a unique blend of Classic Rock, Blues, and Americana, combined with songwriting, riffs, ripping solos, and powerful vocals.
Featured in Rolling Stone France, and Guitar World Magazine, she was met with a standing ovation after opening for Melissa Etheridge at The Ryman Auditorium as a solo looping artist on July 30th 2023.
Her debut EP, "Underdog Anthems" was produced and engineered by music legend Michael Wagener (over 100 million records sold), and was the last artist to work with him before his retirement in 2022. With the release of her first full length record, “Only The Wild Ones” on May 5th 2023, her name has been circling music city with raving reviews. “Only The Wild Ones”, was championed by Sound Emporium CEO, Juanita Copeland, and recorded with some of Nashville’s finest studio musicians.
She is currently looking to connect with Producers, AnR, and other Music Industry professionals for the next record, which she has recently started writing for. To connect with Jax, please send an email to email@example.com
Photo by: Annelise Loughead
The Reviews are pouring in!
Wolf in Sheepskin sounds fresh and sparkling yet rooted in the Nashville sound of the 60's and 70's. Her voice is reminiscent of Sheryl Crow but also of Lzzy Hale, and Heart's Annie Wilson.
So one to keep an eye on.”
-Brothers In Raw
The guitar licks are incredibly groovy, showing a vast wealth of talent in someone so young. The riffs kick the tune off in style, with Jax’s vocals appearing soon after. The percussion and the the rest of the band comes in a little later – the backing vocals sound particularly astounding here. It’s a really well written piece of music and I cannot wait to hear what Jax comes up with next time around"
-Jane Howkins, York Calling
"Let me tell you, the wait is worth it. The song opens up with her softly playing her guitar. She then starts singing the opening verse over her playing and well that's all I needed to hear and I was all in. The song is about a musicians life on the road. It's very nomadic, always moving on. Her voice takes you on a journey. She gives you a seductive tone, some great harmonies that just are magical."
-Seth's Rock Report