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by The JOB - The Jim O'Ferrell Band

'The JOB' is the real thing. Modern rock. All original. Period. " For these folks, not expressing themselves through music would be ludicrous, and it shows in the passion and dedication that’s infused into every note of their songs." -Ryan Mason, Mag 33
Genre: Rock: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock
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Album Notes
The J.O.B. is
Antonio James Jr – Drums
Justin Poroszok – Bass / Harmony Vocals
Jason Crawford – Electric Guitar
Jim O’Ferrell – Acoustic Guitar / Lead Vocals

"...a sound that sucks you along like the tail wind of a Mack truck. It leaves any crowd wondering what hit 'em." - Sara Metz, Metz Productions (USA)

" For these folks, not expressing themselves through music would be ludicrous, and it shows in the passion and dedication that's infused into every note of their songs." - Ryan Mason, Magazine33 (USA)

"... original rock with actual story telling, musical art in the truest sense." - Bartel Janssen, FRET (Netherlands)

The J.O.B. (aka The Jim O'Ferrell Band) has had two songs appear on national music charts. 'El Dorado' from the band's first album and '1925' from the second album '.231(two thirty-one)' both appeared on the Up & Coming Top 40 Charts in New Music Weekly.

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Guardian and Feel were recorded, mixed, and produced by Rich Stine at Speakeasy Recording Studio. Messenger was recorded by Jerry Joe Reno & Jessica Custalow at The Back Door, mixed and produced by Rich Stine at Speakeasy Recording Studio. Nowhere was recorded at The Back Door, mixed by Allen Bergendahl at Viking Recording and features Steve Payne on drums.


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