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SOULTIME


Soultime!, the first Jukes studio album since 2010's Pills and Ammo, is exactly what it says on the package. It's hard to imagine a stronger collection of vintage-sounding contemporary soul than this eleven-track release. Much like 2000's Messin' With the Blues, Soultime pays tribute to a style of music that is clearly held in high regard by Mr. Lyon and his cohorts, and -- perhaps more importantly -- is clearly understood by them, as well. BUY ON ITUNES

Looking for a Good Time

Soultime! is, indeed, one of the most enjoyable albums of Southside Johnny and the Asbury Jukes’ long career, with 11 new songs (co-written, mainly, with Asbury Jukes keyboardist and backing vocalist Jeff Kazee) and an unapologetically retro soul sound throughout.
It’s not exactly a stretch: Soul has been an important element of the Jukes’ sound since Day One. But never before have they focused on it so single-mindedly.

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Southside Johnny and the Asbury Jukes were having a party at the Chicago House of Blues, and they invited everyone!...Southside Johnny and the Asbury Jukes brought their blend of New Jersey rock n’ roll to the House of Blues stage in Chicago, and they were welcomed back with open arms. From the first note to the last, the audience sang and danced along, many with beaming smiles, thoroughly enjoying the fun Saturday night. It was difficult to tell whose energy was reflecting onto whom, as equally big smiles shone back at the crowd from the stage..

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