Hailed as "the Prince of Americana" by the New York Times, Jackie Greene has emerged as one of his generation’s most compelling songwriters and guitarists, the kind of rare and supremely versatile artist who blends virtuosity and emotional depth in equal measure. Greene's been chasing a sense of authentic human connection through art ever since his teenage years when he began self-recording and releasing his own music in central California. After a critically acclaimed independent debut, he signed his first record deal and embarked on a lifetime of recording and touring that would see him supporting the likes of BB King, Mark Knopfler, Susan Tedeschi, and Taj Mahal, in addition to gracing festival stages from Bonnaroo to Outside Lands. The New York Times praised his "spiritual balladry," Bob Weir anointed him the "cowboy poet" of Americana and blues, and the San Francisco Chronicle raved that he has "a natural and intuitive connection with… just about any musical instrument."
303 Magazine - “Preview - Jackie Greene Rolls with Rock’s Evolution”
Grateful Web - “GW Premiere: Jackie Greene’s ‘I Don’t Live In A Dream’”
The Oakland Press - “Folk rules on second night of Ann Arbor festival”
Farce The Music - “Video Premiere: Jackie Greene ‘Tupelo’”
The Sound Podcast with Ira Haberman - “Jackie Greene”