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The winsome, acoustic-centered songs of Jackopierce were ahead of their time when they first reached a national audience in the early ‘90s. Partners Jack O’Neill and Cary Pierce anticipated the emergence of singer/songwriters like John Mayer, Jason Mraz, and Eric Hutchinson a decade or so later. Everywhere All the Time shows that the duo have something to contribute to today’s music scene too. O’Neill and Pierce continue to combine expert craftsmanship and heartfelt sentiment in their work while adding some contemporary sonic touches. Jackopierce particularly excel at rendering finely detailed, sympathetic portraits of women, whether the setting is upbeat (“Into Me,” “Alright By Me”), wistful (“Let Go of Me”), or somewhere in between (“Lonely”). Gliding vocal harmonies and steady guitar power “Finally Free,” “Listen to Me," and “Killin Me,” keeping the focus on the words and melody. Stripped-down or smartly arranged, Jackopierce still hit the sweet spot between folk and pop on Everywhere All the Time.

Customer Reviews

Your life made better through music by Jackopierce...

As a diehard Jackopierce fan, I couldn't be happier with this release. It's not about the music that JP was or could be... this is what it is, brilliant. Per the usual, Jack O’Neill and Cary Pierce continue to provide genuine, down-to-earth lessons of life and love with meaningful lyrics and vocal domination in every cut of the album.

No, this isn't an acoustic album, at all. It's a full-blown studio release. Good for them. Why limit the boundaries of a song by restricting the instrumentation to two guitars and two vocals? This music lends itself to finding a broader audience than the existing Jackopierce faithful however, I'm quite sure that those who have followed the band for the past 20 years will feel right at home with this offering of new songs.
At just under 40 minutes, the CD moves quickly from song to song and by the end of the last one, it’s easy to find yourself wanting more.

Brilliant! Always leave them wanting more…

The songwriting is focused and concise and Cary Pierce deserves recognition for an excellent job producing this CD. It’s well arranged, executed and these songs are alive with color and sonic visualization.
Although I really enjoy the album in its entirety, there are a couple of songs that really stand out to me that encompass what the music of Jackopierce is: Finally Free & Listen to Me.

Finally Free: Cary Pierce at his finest. Sometimes an artist will reflect and use experiences from life to create a song that people can relate to. In this case, it’s as if we stepped into a very personal moment from Cary’s life. This song is as real as it gets.

Listen to Me: The golden throat of Mr. Jack O’Neill everybody. Without fail, listening to Jack sing will make you stop everything your doing and hang on every single word. This is an inspired performance that was captured on a recording, thankfully.

I’ve listened to Cary and Jack’s solo work over years past and while I love their individual taste and separate creative minds, this is the music that I live for. When these boys join forces, it’s powerful, motivating and magical. Do everyone a favor… buy it twice. Once for yourself and one to give someone who has yet to be enlightened. The world will be a better place for it.

Jackopierce still sounds solid!

Been following Jackopierce (comprised of songwriters Jack O'Neill and Cary Pierce) since 1991 (they formed in 1988) and some things never change: strong guitar sounds and sweet harmonies. They have a knack for creating catchy songs that hum around in your head for the rest of the day. The latest release is pop-folk infused with fun, carefree lyrics… it's quite impressive… a nice introduction to a band that has yet to make a mediocre album. Highly recommended.

Jackopierce - 20 plus years of a great singer/song writer duo!

I've been listening to Jackopierce ever since my days at Michigan State and Aware Records. Over the past 20 years (with some away time) they have consistently put out great records. I was fortunate to hear them play live in a very small setting last year in Sonoma County and looking forward to hearing them in Asheville this year. The new album is amazing and I would highly recommend any past albums, but most of all if you have the chance to see them live, do not pass it up.


Formed: 1988 in Dallas, TX

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s

One of the hardest-touring bands of the '90s, Jackopierce slipped under the mainstream's radar to earn a widespread following on college campuses with their pleasant acoustic folk-pop. Guitarists/singers Jack O'Neill and Cary Pierce founded the duo in 1988, while both were attending Southern Methodist University in Dallas as theater majors. Honing a charmingly simple, low-key sound centered around vocal harmonies and acoustic guitars, the two developed a strong local following around the Dallas area....
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