Blackie Jackett Jr. was born in the back of a tour bus and grew up in bars, hotel rooms and truck stops. He was born in the drunken minds of Finger Eleven guitarists James Black and Rick Jackett as they travelled around the continent.
Their repertoire of upbeat, drunken train wreck sing-alongs were written on the road, but it wasn’t until the duo went home to Toronto that the songs really came alive.
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