Jack J Hutchinson


Jack J Hutchinson, a young British blues guitar player, singer and songwriter who’s creating a bit of a storm with his modern day blues. He was described by the magazine Blues in Britain as ‘everything that is so good about modern blues music’.

Born in 1982 in Leicester, he grew up in the north west of England before making the leap and moving south to London in 2005.

He has been gigging and recording for almost 18 years, sharing the stage with some of the best blues musicians.

Supporting acts such as Ian Siegal, Big Boy Bloater, Zoe Schwarz and Ron Sayeras as well as working as a high profile session musician at Universal and Miloco Studios, London. A regular at London’s famous Ain’t Nothing but  Blues bar he also has his own band that consists of Rick Baxendale on bass, Jim Brazendale on drums and Tom Brundage on harmonica.

In 2013 he released a single, ‘If You Let Me Love You’,  a song by the great bluesman, B.B.King and was named in British Blues Award judge Dave Watkins’ top 5 singles of 2013.

In the Autumn of 2014, Jack J Hutchinson released an EP, ‘Get It Back’, with a special launch at London’s famous 100 Club on Oxford Street.

It also reached number 25 in the IBBA blues top 40,  receiving great critical acclaim. The track ‘Hey Hey Hey’ featured on The Blues Magazine compilation CD which carried the title, ‘Intoxicating New Blues For 2015’. ‘Get It Back’ was also featured as part of another compilation CD called ‘Krossborder Rekords Best Of British Blues Vol. 2’.

I think we’re going to be hearing a lot more of Jack J Hutchinson in the future, and when you have comments like:

‘Very very good indeed. Hutchinson is kicking up a storm!'(Paul Jones, BBC Radio 2)

‘Tough, immediate and rockin’. Hutchinson was born to sing soul and blues.’ (Classic Rock Blues Magazine)

To find out more about Jack, you can visit his website here: Jack’s Website

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