The first time I went to Reading Festival, when I was 16, my friend recommended I go to see Jon Spencer Blues Explosion.
What does JSBX stand for?
JSBX stands for Jon Spencer Blues Explosion
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A few fairly serviceable attempts at describing their sound by referencing other artists will certainly help listeners in their comprehension: Jon Spencer Blues Explosion as played by Black Flag; Billy Childish as played by The Jesus Lizard.
He was listening to the Jon Spencer Blues Explosion track Mars, Arizona.
Legacy/Columbia) Also new in September: Nancy Sinatra [see page 70], Anita Baker, Green Day, Joss Stone, Tears for Fears, Brian Wilson, Leonard Cohen, Jon Spencer Blues Explosion, the Strokes (live), Supergrass (best of), Lucinda Williams (live double CD).
They parted company with their bassist and drummer; toured with the Jon Spencer Blues Explosion, Sonic Youth and the Yeah Yeah Yeahs; picked up new influences including Silver Apples and This Heat; and learned some electronic tricks by watching Matmos (M.
JON SPENCER BLUES EXPLOSION THURSDAY, NOTTINGHAM ROCK CITY The New York veteran of scuzzball howling-at-the-moon blues and assorted mayhem seems to have hit the bottom of the barrel after a decade of success.
Byline: Barry Gordon JON SPENCER BLUES EXPLOSION, Liquid Rooms, Edinburgh, October 27 HE hasn't changed his tune much in 12 years but Jon Spencer's volatile trio from New York are still a force to be reckoned with live.