Jackie Scott & The Housewreckers | Going to the Westside

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Going to the Westside

by Jackie Scott & The Housewreckers

Experience the taste of sultry, sizziling, steamy and souful blues that can satisfy your thirst for the real thing !
Genre: Blues: Chicago Style
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1. Broke As Dick's Hat Band
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2. Use a Little Sax
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3. Pink Cadillac
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4. Smooth Taste Revisted
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5:24 $0.99
5. Going to the Westside
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6. I'm Tired
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6:25 $0.99
7. Chicken House Shorty
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8. Been Trying to Figure Out
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9. Mississippi Hook
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10. Don't Give Up
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"Her vocal chops and natural charisma were deadly. She directed the Housewreckers, her crisp and soulful band, with a single stab of the hip. Throughout she sounded like a pro and looked like she was having the time of her life."
Sam McDonald, The Daily Press

Jackie Scott & the Housewreckers kicked off the festivities with gusto and showed the patrons why they were nominated for three Blues Blast Awards as fans cheered her powerful, emotional performance.
Linda Cain, Chicago Blues Guide
Blues Blast Award Performance Review, Chicago, IL

Soul ? Blues ? Are you kidding me? This band will be headlining festivals all over the place. If you dig Koko Taylor you will like Jackie....yes..not only does she have the stage presence and chops of Koko Taylor, she’s got her own thing going on !!
Jack Duluoz, Hot August Blues Festival
Cockeysville, MD

What started out as a faint call quickly turned into a bellowing desire for the blues. Jackie's desire to learn more about the blues led her to the streamy windows of the Chicago blues scene. It was there she received her baptistism into what has turned in a love and respect for the blues.

Jackie Scott & The Housewreckers have local roots that make Hampton Roads home. Coming from varied backgrounds and influences makes for a hot combination of blues, jazz and r&b packed with soul when you encounter and fall under the power of Jackie Scott & The Housewreckers.

Jackie has spent the last few years honing her craft as a vocalist and her quest lead her to the steamy windows of Chicago's blues scene. It was in Chicago that Jackie received her baptism into the blues. Musicians and performers, great and small, all freely shared in their wealth of skill, time and talent to help her grow as a blues entertainer. Nellie Travis, Chicago blues woman and westside bluesman and Howlin' Wolf sidekick, Eddie Shaw, played a major part in mentoring her into the blues Chicago style.

* Winner of the 2010 Baltimore Battle Of The Bands
* International Blues Challenge Finalist
* 3 Time Blues Blast Award Nominee
* Winner of the Blues Blast Awards Best New Debut CD for "How Much Woman Can You Stand"
* Mississippi Hook from the "Going To The Westside" cd was a finalist in the 2011 International Songwriters Competition for Best Blues Song

"Going To The Westside" was dedicated to the great Master Blaster himself, Mr. Eddie Shaw, famed saxophonist for Muddy Waters & Howlin Wolf. This second cd project once again lends itself to engaging the listener to be sassy, sultry and soulfully entertained by the blues


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