(KNAC) 15 years ago, San Francisco rockers Jetboy had a break up that left many fans wondering if they'd ever see the group return to action again. But in 2005, the band was asked to headline a one-off show for the Hollywood Rocks audio companion box set release party at the Key Club in Los Angeles. With a few phone calls to each other, all original members accepted the offer to do the show…. On December 19th in their hometown of San Francisco, they recorded together for the first time in over 15 years at Different Fur studios. The band also recorded a cover of 'Folsom Prison Blues' by the late, great Johnny Cash as a bonus track (this track was a regular show closer on the Feel The Shake tour In 1988/89). These two tracks will be included along with old demos from their 8 year run on a yet to be titled CD/DVD available this spring.[see full story for more] - Click here for the Full Story
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