Jack Off Jill

Jack Off Jill was a Florida Gothic-alternative rock band formed in 1992 by Jessicka Fodera. She initially joined up with Tenni Ah-Cha-Cha, though twelve members rotated through the group in its life. The group toured and performed with Marilyn Manson a significant number of times and have been compared to the more famous rocker. Like Manson, they were known for raunchy shows. In fact, Jessicka ran afoul of the adult entertainment laws of Jacksonville, Florida and was arrested in the city in 1994. Despite this, the group bore a greater resemblance to riot grrl groups, with Fodera's voice often child-like but able to reach a high intensity scream in the blink of an eye.

Discography

  • Sexless Demons & Scars (1998), produced by Don Fleming
  • Clear Hearts, Grey Flowers (2000), produced by Chris Vrenna

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In fact, Jessicka ran afoul of the adult entertainment laws of Jacksonville, Florida and was arrested in the city in 1994. Despite this, the group bore a greater resemblance to riot grrl groups, with Fodera's voice often child-like but able to reach a high intensity scream in the blink of an eye. In 1996, Jacks produced the CD "A Good Thing Lost 1968-1973" that was a collection of The Poppy Family songs. Like Manson, they were known for raunchy shows. and lending his name to United Kingdom organizations such as The Woodland Trust. The group toured and performed with Marilyn Manson a significant number of times and have been compared to the more famous rocker. He has also involved himself with the environmental movement, focusing on issues such as pollution and environmental health in Canada and the U.S. She initially joined up with Tenni Ah-Cha-Cha, though twelve members rotated through the group in its life. Terry Jacks wrote and recorded a number of other songs plus he went on to become a successful record producer for other Canadian singers, earning a Juno nomination as Producer of the Year.

Jack Off Jill was a Florida Gothic-alternative rock band formed in 1992 by Jessicka Fodera. In the United States, the song went to No.1 on the charts. Clear Hearts, Grey Flowers (2000), produced by Chris Vrenna. Released in 1973 on his own record label, the song became the largest-selling single in Canadian history and earned Jacks three Juno Awards. Sexless Demons & Scars (1998), produced by Don Fleming. When the group chose not to go with it on their album, Jacks decided to do it himself but first set about to rewrite the final verse and to rearrange parts of the chorus. Jacks' marriage also dissolved, although he and his wife remained friends and he produced her first solo album in 1973. Working on his own, Terry Jacks helped on a Beach Boys album that initially included the recording of an English language version of the 1961 Jacques Brel song, Seasons In The Sun.

The Poppy Family won for the Juno for best group and immediately followed up with "Poppy Seeds" but it never achieved anything close to that initial success and eventually The Poppy Family split up. The single won a Juno Award while Terry Jacks earned two Junos for best producer of a single and of an album. They eked out a living until 1969 when their band burst onto the national charts with their Terry Jacks produced debut album titled "Which Way You Goin' Billy? " that saw the 45rpm single go to No.1 in Canada and reach No.2 on the Billboard charts in the United States, selling upwards of three million copies. Jacks and Pesklevits soon developed a personal relationship that led to marriage.

For a time the duo performed at small clubs in Vancouver before adding another guitarist and drummer and restyling themselves as the "The Poppy Family.". Jacks composed, arranged, and produced their material while Pesklevits sang lead vocals. Growing up as part of the hippie generation a teenage Terry Jacks migrated to the west coast where, as a guitarist and singer, he joined a Vancouver, British Columbia band called "The Chessmen." The group had a few minor local hits before disbanding after which Jacks teamed up with soloist, Susan Pesklevits (born 1948). Terry Jacks (born March 29, 1944 in Winnipeg) is a Canadian singer, songwriter, record producer and environmentalist.

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