Feel Good Jacket playing the Peace

The members are Feel Good Jacket are ready for you to slip them on. 

The band is passing through the Peace with a handful of engagements while on a November northern tour swing.

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“We put on an energetic show and keep audiences engaged," says lead singer Danielle Edge. While there are a handful of 90s cover tunes in their mix – they’re mainly stocking the pockets of their live jacket with original tunes. 

The band bills themselves as the musical love child of Blondie, Metallica, and David Bowie. 

Edge says the band’s new record is called Battle Rock. To assemble the album, the band got together over a short time span and forged-out 30 odd new tunes.

“We looked at what we had and knew we had some things to say,” says Edge.

Feel Good Jacket began officially in January of 2018 when Edge and Rob Kaup set out to take a holiday to the United States; Texas, New Orleans, Arizona. Upon arriving at the border they hit a wall, figuratively. There were 5 hours of intense interrogation. Rob was locked in a cell and made an example of for the new TSA agents being trained that day. In late June, bass player Jacob Bigelow put on the jacket, and in September Jon Edge joined the band.

The band plays Boston Pizza DC November 2, Coyotes Pub in Taylor November 3, and will be back through Dawson Creek November 25 as well. 

For more information on the band, check out:

www.feelgoodjacket.com

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jxEAGyCABT4

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