Like treasures awaiting discovery, every troubadour picks up songs on life’s journey.
Ultimately, places and experiences trace a musical map. Reverent of this tradition, Jack Broadbent assembles a poetic and personal pastiche from threads of folk, blues, rock, jazz, and Americana fastened together tightly by simultaneously virtuosic and emotive guitar playing. After logging countless miles on the road alongside everyone from Lynyrd Skynyrd to Ronnie Wood, putting up over 11 million streams, and receiving acclaim from Billboard, American Songwriter, Rolling Stone France and more, the UK-born singer, songwriter, and guitarist expounds upon the journey yet again on his fourth full-length, Moonshine Blue [Crows Feet Records – 2019].
As Jack Broadbent trucks along with more music and touring, he fosters a longstanding connection on every step of the journey. “It doesn’t matter if you’re on a big stage or in the street, it matters what you put into it,” he leaves off. “When I started leaving home, traveling, and playing in new places, I realized it was the same everywhere. I’ve been moving ever since. It’s never changed; it’s just gotten bigger.”