Much like their hometown hero, Gram Parsons, Jack Cadillac is an original entity hailing from Waycross, Georgia, that draws upon a deep well of musical influences, from rock 'n' roll to country and soul. Although influential traces of Parsons are evident, Jack Cadillac cannot be labeled as easy as that. Singer-songwriter and band visionary Sean Clark has been compared to the likes of Bob Dylan, Tom Waits, James Brown, J.J. Cale and Hank Williams Sr., among others. Guitarist John Pope evokes sounds of Hendrix or early Clapton. This, along with the rhythm section comprised of in-the-pocket playing from bassist Brandon Doty and hard-hitting drumming courtesy of Dylan Crosby, make up what rock music lost in the 60's and 70's. Jack Cadillac was formed in early 2002 in the top loft of Sean's then-CD store, The Velvet Groove. The core trio-Sean, John and Brandon-played it's first official gig as a band at the Waycross Annual Gram Parsons Guitar Pull Tribute in 2007. During that time, they gigged around with a handful of drummers, eventually landing Dylan Crosby, a young, multi-instrumentalist and fireball (and one of Sean's guitar students). With it's forthcoming debut CD, 2008, Jack Cadillac is poised to put the pedal to the metal and it's poetry to the pavement. Instrumentation Sean Clark - Vocals, Guitar Brandon Doty - Bass John Pope - Guitar Dylan Crosby - Drums, BG Vocals Discography Jack Cadillac - Self Titled EP - Zenbilly Recordings.