BEN JACKSON GROUP: Acoustic Tracks Posted Online

BEN JACKSON GROUP, the Florida-based hard rock band featuring former CRIMSON GLORY/PARISH guitarist Ben Jackson on guitar/vocals, have uploaded two previously unreleased acoustic tracks that were originally intended to appear on the Japanese version of the group's sophomore album, "All Over You". Check out the songs "It's You, Love" (mp3) and "Cage Around My Heart" (mp3).

Joining Jackson on "All Over You" are guitarist Mark Borgmeyer, bass guitarist Dano Binz, drummer Rich Tabor and backing vocalist Rose Sexton. Special guest Midnight, who worked with Jackson in CRIMSON GLORY, contributes backing vocals. Binz left the band after the album was completed. His replacement is Fabrizio Fulco, a CRIMSON GLORY fan who read about the band's bass guitarist vacancy and moved to Florida from Rome, Italy, to accept Jackson's invitation to join.

"All Over You" was recorded in Tampa, Florida, at Morrisound Studios, owned by brothers Jim and Tom Morris. CRIMSON GLORY and PARISH recorded their albums at Morrisound.


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