Greg Jacquin’s EP “Hudson River” was released to rave reviews in Feb of 2018. After playing over 200+ shows all over New York and the Hudson Valley including opening for Tom Chapin at Campwoods Campgrounds, Piano’s NYC, Rockwood Music Hall (NYC), The Shrine & Silvana’s in Harlem, The Way Station in Brooklyn, The Falcon in Marlboro, Sidewalk Cafe NYC, Quinns in Beacon, The Wherehouse in Newburgh and more. Greg was eager to get back into the studio and on the road where he belongs. Jacquin’s LP “Clocks Slow Down” released on February 15, 2019. He just got back from his first national tour where he hit PA, DC, VA, NC, SC and had five shows in GA.
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With a charming, wistful folk sound and a strong lyrical presence, Greg and his band can expect an awful lot of critical acclaim when their new album, Clocks Slow Down, comes out next month. – The 405, William Tomer
Jacquin’s album is a sometimes somber meditation on pain, suffering, and self-discovery. Add a little politics and humor, and you have yourself an album. – Earbuddy, NK
Jacquin maintains a wistful sentiment as he looks back on the difficulties that his past has offered him, flourishing in an ebullient, roots-centric swirl of instrumentation paired beside his own captivating, subtle grit. – Pop Matters, Jonathan Frahm
Tender and sweet from its very first note. Jacquin’s guitar chords are warm and inviting, and the piano line is simple and sweet. – Substream Magazine, Gabriel Aikins