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Jackdawg were a supergroup of kinds who hardly ever really got an opportunity to escape the blocks. A trio offering rock and roll veterans John McFee (Doobie Brothers, Clover) on electric guitar, Stu Make (Creedence Clearwater Revival) on bass, and Keith Knudsen (Doobie Brothers) on drums, Jackdawg had been formed in the ashes of Southern Pacific, with McFee, Make, and Knudsen choosing to keep playing jointly while keyboardist Kurt Howell thought we would pursue a single profession. The trio started recording monitors at McFee’s Lizard Rock and roll Studio room in Solvang, CA, in 1990 however the task was hardly ever released. After Knudsen’s loss of life in 2005, McFee contacted SonicPast Music, founded and operate by previous Blues Magoos member Joey Stec, about launching the monitors, which finally noticed the light of time when the self-titled Jackdawg made an appearance in the label in ’09 2009.

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