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- The furious Reaping Machines-album made it's triumph march in the Norwegian press last fall. Jaqueline visited venues all over Norway in the following months after the release, counting nearly 30 shows. A visit to Germany + some festival gigs in Norway was pulled off this summer. Jaqueline is now writing material for a new album.
Jaquelined kicked ass tonight at Biblioteket Studentpub, Rena, tonight. Thanks to everybody who showed up, and thanks for the great service. We'd love to come back!
Jaqueline was headliner at the 1001 Datt-festival tonight, making it the second night in a row Jaqueline rocks out in Trysil. Thanks to all the good people who made our stay very comfortable. We'd love to come back!
Jaqueline, Stonegard and El Caco scarred Rock Ness, Søre Osen (Trysil) forever tonight! Jaqueline delievered a hard rock package consisting of both new and old material. The Jaqs and crew even found time for some fishing. A four-kilo pike (gjedde) was mounted on to a mike stand onstage. What can you do, we're country boys...
A youtube-video of Jaqueline performing "49 57" (Not "Ensconce And Seal"...) at the Hurricane Rock Festival outside of Hamburg on 22. June this year, has surfaced. Check it out now! Jaqueline performed at Kistefossfestivalen, Jevnaker, tonight. Jaqueline wants to thank the staff for taking excellent care of us! Great night, great shows. We'd love to come back next year.
Jaqueline paid a visit to the hard rocking festival Rockart in Holmestrand to do a split-gig with grand west-coast rockers Ribozyme last night. A merciless combo, and a great night! Thanks to everybody who showed up to make some noise.Jaqueline kicked butt at the Hurricane festival in Scheeßel outside Hamburg on friday. Thanks to everybody who showed up to see us, it was a blast! Jaqueline was also supposed to play at the Southside festival way down south in Germany on saturday, but due to a tragic death accident at the festival site, this gig was cancelled. The gig at Hurricane was Jaqueline's first-ever appearance in Germany. Hopefully, the Jaqs will be back on German soil in no time!
Check out Jaqueline's myspace to hear and/or download two rare Jaqueline songs. The first track, "Black Sails" is a brand new demo taken from the pre-production of Jaqueline's next album (which is scheduled for 2008). This demo is by the way also featured on a sampler CD entitled "No Limit", distributed by Elverum Music Academy in Norway. If you find it, buy it! The second track, "Flamefeeder" is a previously unreleased b-side / left-over song from the Reaping Machines-sessions. Enjoy!
Plan B has posted an article on Jaqueline's trip to Germany. Click here to see it. In Norwegian.
Jaqueline delievered a hard rocking show this afternoon at the mini-festival Bakgårdsblues Musicfest hosted by Elverum Bluesklubb at Lokket, Elverum.Jaqueline did a split-gig with The Fratellis (SCO), The Animal Five (SWE) and A-Lee (NOR) at Rockefeller, Oslo, tonight. The shows were hosted by Coke and iTunes, being a part of their new "takeoff" concept. Jaqueline's entire concert alongside with an interview prior to the show was captured on film. Coke and iTunes will post this video on myspace soon. We'll let you know where and when.
This saturday turned out to be a quite buisy one for the Jaqs. Two gigs were pulled off tonight. The first being a brief appearance at The Oakley Artic Challenge-party at Rockefeller, Oslo, the second being a regular gig at Kråkereiret, Moss. Two totally different kinds of venues and crowds, but both shows turned out hard rocking as hell!
Jaqueline paid their first-ever visit to Kvarteret, Bergen, tonight. Great venue with an awsome atmosphere. Thanks to all the rockers in Bergen who showed up, Jaqueline would love to come back some time soon.
Jaqueline revisited Mono in Oslo tonight with a powerful show. The place was packed and the vibes were good! Thanks to everyone who participated in making this a memorable night. Article in Faro Journalen coming up, look out for it.
Jaqueline brought with them their pals in Wintermare and paid a visit to Drammen for the first time ever. Union got what they paid for with a double dose of hard rock.
Jaqueline did two shows at this year's by:Larm-event - hosted in Trondheim this year. Both gigs were pulled off at Dora, a giant submarine bunker built by the germans during WWII. The Jaqs ran into some heavy sound difficulties during the first show, on Thursday, sadly resulting in a poor VG-review of the concert (score 3/6). The reviewer however, blamed it exclusively on the sound problems with the PA. The second show, which became a big hit, was pulled off on Saturday. Jaqueline delievered one of their best performances ever. During the stay Jaqueline also taped a long interview with the fine fellas of Pyro (NRK P3). This interview will be aired in April.
Norwegians: Make sure to check out Stein Østbø waiting for "Jaqueline's breakthrough" in his regular music column in today's edition of VG.
Morten and Bjarne paid another visit to Radio Tango this evening. The interview will be aired on Thursday afternoon. If you're in Oslo, tune in, enjoy.
The new, Norwegian music TV channel MOOX had fine company this afternoon: Jaqueline. 10-minute interview and airing of the new "Medicine Man" music video.
Jaqueline paid a hard rocking visit to Klubben/Samfunnet, Trondheim tonight. Thanks to all rockers who showed up, and thanks to our hosts for making our stay great.
Director Anders Timo has been at it again, this time around he has made a music video on Reaping Machines-track "Medicine Man". The video is featured on NRK Svisj Metal, and it will also be playlisted on ZTV next week.
Last gig of the year was pulled off tonight at Hydranten, Hamar (private party). Thanks to Burning Days of Silver for delievering a memorable support act. Merry christmas and a hard rocking new year to all Jaqueline fans!
Reaping Machines has over the last few days been mentioned on top lists of albums released in 2006 in both VG, Dagbladet and Aftenposten. The album is for instance Dagbladet's first suggestion for a CD christmas present this year!
Morten's two Gibson Firebirds were stolen from Jaqueline's band van saturday morning. The van was parked in Maridalsveien, Oslo, 500 meters north of Kiellands Plass. If you should come across any information regarding this, please drop us some lines so we can look up the son of a bitch who did this.
Jaqueline had the pleasure of being the opening act for Stonegard at Rockefeller, Oslo, tonight. Thanks to Stonegard for the invite! Make sure to check out Stonegard's new album.
Due to the big success with the music video on "Demon Seed" earlier this fall, director Anders Timo has been hired once again, this time around to make a music video on "Medicine Man", the next single from "Reaping Machines". As last time, Timo has interpreted Morten's lyrics in his own special way and made an amazing story board. The music video is due in January.
Today's edition of Hamar Arbeiderblad features a rave concert review of the show at Seb's Hotell, Hamar, last friday. Pick up a copy if you can!
Jaqueline did a hard rocking show at Skuret, Oslo, tonight. Thanks to June for the invite. Today's edition of Østlendingen features a huge 6-page field documentary on Jaqueline's gig at Garage, Bergen recently. Morten and his beloved "Dixie" is on the front page.
Jaqueline visited Seb's Hotell (formerly known as Grotta), Hamar tonight. Good to be back in Hamar and hook up with some old friends. Seb's is a good joint. Jaqueline hopes to revisit soon.
Jaqueline did a show at Sort & Blå, hosted by RIP, in Porsgrunn tonight. Thanks to our hosts for taking excellent care of us.
Jaqueline has been mentioned on MTV News (Norway) due to a possible European release in 2007. Jaqueline collectively wants to emphasize that no deals are signed, nothing is for certain. We'll be the first ones to tell you if we get lucky. We usually do.
Jaqueline has now returned from a three-gig run on the west-coast of Norway. Garage, Bergen was visited on October 12, Borgen, Kopervik was visited on October 13, and Tribute, Sandnes was visited on October 14. Thanks to everyone who showed up to rock out with Jaqueline. Side2.no did a interview with us in Bergen, look out for it.
Jaqueline has now returned from a three-gig run in the beautiful far north of Norway. Kaos, Tromsø was visited on October 4, Studentkroa, Harstad on October 5, and Bacalao, Svolvær on October 6. Jaqueline also visited Radio Tromsø for an interview on October 4.Thanks to everybody who showed up. Late Reaping Machines-review has ticked in: Bladet Tromsø throws Reaping machines a 5/6.
Jaqueline visited Bar Ampfield in Gjøvik tonight for a hard rock delievery. Nobody asked for their money back. Thanks to all rockers who showed up. See you again some time soon.
Jaqueline delievered a hard show at the new club 3M on Valderøy outside Ålesund tonight. Today's edition of Sunnmørsposten features an interview with Jaqueline.
Jaqueline visited the small joint Huset at Molde tonight. Thanks to everyone who joined in to see the show. Our apologies for leaving you all with tinitus due to the small venue. That's rock and roll.
Jaqueline visited the honourable rock club Last Train in Oslo tonight. Thanks for inviting us again, hopefully we will back soon.
Jaqueline kicked out the jams at Ramp Pub & Spiseri, located right in the heart of legendary Svarlamoen in Trondheim, last night. The place was packed and the evening turned out to be a blast.
Yet another great Reaping Machines-review has been located, this time over at Rockeweb.com - score 5 out of 6. An in-depth interview with Morten regarding the recording sessions leading to Reaping Machines has been posted at Groove.no. More PR updates: The latest edition of Faro journalen features an artist profile on Jaqueline. Today's edition of Østlendingen features an article regarding the upcoming tour kick-off at Alexis, Elverum.
Jaqueline kicked some butt in Tønsberg for the first time last night. The Jaqs paid a visit to the small joint Rivals.
Over 300 people made their way to Alexis, Elverum, last night for Jaqueline's Reaping Machines release-party and tour kick-off. Local drummer-prodigy Andreas Westhagen joined the Jaqs throughout the entire set, bringing yet another hard edge to the sound - two drummers!
Guys in Hedmark: Look out for promo on the release-party / tour kick-off coming up at Alexis, Elverum, in the local media: Østlendingen, Hamar Arbeiderblad, NRK Hedmark Radio. Little bit of gossip: Jaqueline has co-rented a rehearsal studio in Oslo today - camp Jaqueline is in other words moving from the forrests of Elverum to Norway's biggest city. Hard to say how long we'll stay in Oslo. We'll miss the comfort of Lowride Studios - cheers to Toffen!
The latest edition of Scream Magazine throws Reaping Machines a solid score of 5/6. It also features an interview with Morten. No internet-links available, support a good cause and buy the magazine.
The latest edition of Exact Magazine features a 5/6-score review of Reaping Machines, as well as an extensive interview. The latest edition of Plan B gives Reaping Machines the score 5/6. Bergens Tidene gives Reaping Machines the score 4/6.
Adressa in Trondheim throws Reaping Machines the score 5/6, as does Hamar Arbeiderblad, and Groove.no! The latest edition of Playmusicmagazine features a
two-page interview with Jaqueline.
Last minute call: Jaqueline will be airborne to Stavanger tonight to do a gig at Folken. A couple of brilliant, new reviews have ticked in: Saltenposten throws Reaping Machines the solid score 5/6, as does Bergen's student magazine Studvest.
Today's edition of Dagbladet and Aftenposten both include rave reviews on Reaping Machines. Both papers give the album the score 5/6. Dagbladet features a big interview as well. Jaqueline taped two interviews over at Kanal 24 in Oslo today. The two interviews will be aired on these shows: "Gråsonen", Kanal 24, friday 23:00 pm + "ny:Norsk", Kanal 24, saturday 18:00 pm. Tune in. Don't miss out on this either: Big Jaqueline interview at Pyro, NRK P3 Radio, September 12.
Jaqueline's music video on "Demon Seed", track from Reaping Machines, is selected pick of the week at ZTV Norway. Tune in to see the video.
Jaqueline was interviewed by Radio Nova, Oslo, in a live broadcast this afternoon. Another great review has ticked in: Fædrelandsvennen throws Reaping Machines a nice score of 5/6.
Today's edition of Norway's biggest newspaper, VG, throws Reaping Machines the score 5/6 in a rave review. TV2.no has posted a solid 5/6-score review of the album.
Reaping Machines is released in Norway today by Nun Music / Sonet! Get your copy now from Platekompaniet, CDon, or your local music store. The music video on Reaping Machines track "Demon Seed" is now featured on NRK Svisj. Tour warning: Jaqueline will do approx. 20 gigs in Norway this fall. See the live shows-page for frequent updates.
Jaqueline headlined today's program at Tømmerfløtivalen, Kilenga, Flisa. The moonshine was there (ambigous), the bonfire was lit, and the dark forrests made us feel like home - Finnskogen spells hard rock!
Jaqueline spent the entire day doing promo for "Reaping Machines" in Oslo today, starting with a net-meeting at Dagbladet. Jaqueline also paid a visit to rockin' Harald Are Lund at NRK P3 for a long interview. Last stop of the day was Radio Tango for another live broadcasted interview.
Morten and Marius taped an interview with NRK P3 / Pyro at Elm Street, Oslo today.
We will keep you updated on when the interview will be aired.
Totally unannounced, Jaqueline played an old-school rock'n roll show at Villsvin MC's Grisehuset in Elverum last night, as payback for the motorcycle club's goodwill concerning Jaqueline's new music video (on "Demon Seed"). Several of the club's bikers participated in the video.
Today's edition of Østlendingen includes a two-page feature on Jaqueline alongside with a rave review of Reaping Machines - the album is given the score 6 out of 6, and is dubbed "a masterpiece".
The first review on Reaping Machines, Jaqueline's second album out in Norway on August 21, has ticked in. Oppland Arbeiderblad gives the album the score 5 out of 6.
Jaqueline did a hard rocking show at Gloria Flames, Oslo, tonight. Thanks to everyone who participated in making this a good night.
Morten and Bjarne were interviewed by NRK Hedmark Radio this morning. "Battleships" from the forthcoming album Reaping Machines was aired.
Jaqueline's song "Demon Seed" off the forthcoming album Reaping Machines is pick of the week at Urørt on NRK P3 Radio. An interview with Morten and Marius was aired tonight. "Demon Seed" will be aired nationwide every night this week on NRK P3.
Jaqueline spent this weekend shooting a music video for the song "Demon Seed" off the band's forthcoming second album Reaping Machines. Thanks to the director Anders Timo, Carl Bergsvik and his daughter, Villsvin MC and everyone else who participated. Video is due soon, more info coming.
Jaqueline did a gig at Musikkens Dag in Oslo tonight. The Jaqs appeared on the stage located near Rådhusplassen.
Mentometer (NOR) is now Jaqueline's booking agency on long term. The Jaqs are in good company with such as Turbonegro, Satyricon and Euroboys. Bpop (NOR) is the promo agency that will promote Reaping Machines in Norway the following months.
Just about all kick-ass Scandinavian rock bands ever have done it - yesterday Jaqueline did it - headlined Last Train, Oslo. A memorable night at the small, but legendary rock club.
One song - "Medicine Man" - off Jaqueline's forthcoming second album "Reaping Machines" has been uploaded to Jaqueline's Myspace. Now available for streaming and download.
Morten and producer Don Dons returned from Cutting Room, Stockholm (SWE) tonight with the final, mastered version of "Reaping Machines". Legendary Björn Engelmann (Rammstein, Kent, Clawfinger) did the final touches in the mastering process. The album will be released in Norway by Nun Music / Sonet on August 21.
Jaqueline did a split-gig with Torch at Garage, Oslo tonight. The audience got what they paid for: One dose mindblowing hardcore, and one dose sleezy hard rock. A killer combo.
Jaqueline did a hard rocking show at Hydranten, Hamar, last night. Special guests: Wintermare and Krace.
After hours and hours driving across the country (getting lost), Jaqueline paid a revisit to one of Norway's coolest hard rock joints ever, Tribute in Sandnes, last night.
Jaqueline headlined TAC Fest (The Artic Challenge) in beautiful Nusfjord, Lofoten, last night. The entire next album ("Reaping Machines" - will be released in Norway this autumn) was performed, and the snowboarders loved it. Jaqueline's love goes out Ildfugl and Henning (fisherman's boat is empty / there's no fishes left in the sea).
Jaqueline has now finished the recording of their second album. The band has been working in Hangaroundsounds studio, Oslo, since November with co-producer and engineer Don Dons (WE). The album, which is likely to be named "Reaping Machines", will hit the streets in Norway in August (TBA). It will be released by indie label Nun Music, and distributed by Sonet. Hard work is yet to be done in the mixing of the album - which Jaqueline and Don Dons will start working on asap.
Last night Jaqueline did a split-gig with former tour-mates Auden Prim at Plattform, Elverum, in the occation of Student UKA.
Jaqueline had the pleasure of doing a support gig for Animal Alpha at Rockefeller, Oslo, last night. The band played new material exclusively.
El Caco couldn't make it to their gig at Biblioteket Studentpub, Rena last night, so Jaqueline stepped in on short notice as a hard rocking substitute.
Jaqueline is heading to Hangaroundsounds studio, Oslo, in about a week, to start recording their second album. Don Dons (WE) will produce the album alongside with the Jaqs. Eleven hard rocking new songs are waiting to be caught on tape.
In today's "Elverumsingen" - the weekly addition to Østlendingen - Morten is selected "Ukas Elverumsing" for his work in Jaqueline. The article features a picture and a small interview.
Jaqueline did a free-of-charge concert at Ungdommens Hus, Elverum tonight - the place where Jaqueline practically grew up.
Jaqueline performed at Rock Bottom, Oslo tonight. Thanks to everyone who showed up to listen to some loud riffs.
In mysterious ways, Jaqueline's former high school principal talked the Jaqs into paying a visit to Elverum Ungdomsskole yesterday. The kids with Iron Maiden t-shirts loved the show.
Jaqueline did a midnight, outdoors performance at a private party hosted by the Teige-sisters in Elverum last night.
Jaqueline signed their second record contract this afternoon in a hotel room in Hamar. The label is Nun Music, a small Oslo-based indie label with formal bonds to Sonet (owned by Universal) on distribution. Nun Music has previously released WE in Norway. A new Jaqueline album will be released in Norway 2006 (TBA).
Jaqueline did a show at Mart'n, Hamar tonight. Outdoors gig.
Festspillene Elverum hosted a Jaqueline show at Plattform, Elverum last night. A brave move for a classical musical event, our salutes!
Jaqueline participated in a split-gig with Moe Love, Hillstone Halos, Doerum, Cocktail Slippers and Brut Boogaloo, hosted by Øyafestivalen at Kaos, Oslo last night.
At the band's request, Jaqueline is now released from the conctract with Pop Partner Records. There is no drama involved in this process. Jaqueline wants to personally thank these good guys who released "Idiots", Jaqueline's debut album, in Norway earlier this year. We leave in peace, all the best to Pop Partner Records.
Jaqueline performed at Flisa Rock Festival, Utsikten, Åsnes, tonight. Outdoors gig.
Jaqueline performed at Alexis, Elverum, last night, being the headliner of Volumfestivalen's program for friday.
What might prove to be the last review of Idiots in the Norwegian press has now ticked in: The latest edition of the Norwegian music magazine Mute gives the album the score 7/10.
Jaqueline did a show at their former docking station Ungdommens Hus, Elverum, last night. Thanks to all rock kids showing up.
A radio interview with Morten and Bjarne was aired nationwide by Wasabi on NRK P2 this morning.
Jaqueline had the honour of paying a visit to the long-running Vikholmsfestivalen in Arvika, Sweden, last night. Outdoors gig.
June's edition of the local magazine "Magiske Elverum", which was released today, featuring an in-depth interview with Jaqueline.
Radio Nova, located in Oslo, aired an interview with Morten and Marius this morning.
Jaqueline did a split-gig with Electric Highground at Gjøvik Gård tonight, in occation of the 10-year anniversary party of the Exact magazine.
Today's edition of nationwide paper Aftenposten gives Idiots the score 5/6.
Jaqueline signed a two-year full-time management contract with Oslo/Hamar-based This Is Management tonight in Elverum.
Another Idiots review has ticked in, posted by legendary Puls.no. No score to brag about, since Puls don't use scores, but it's nontheless a great review.
Three songs from Idiots will be heard on the soundtrack of this year's TV documentary on The Artic Challenge, the world-famous snowboard event. The documentary will be sold to TV networks all over the world. In Norway, the documentary will be shown at NRK1 tomorrow, 2.55 p.m.
Today's edition of Norway's biggest newspaper, VG, features a rave 5/6-score review of Idiots.
The music video on "Hellbound", off Jaqueline's debut album Idiots, is playlisted at ZTV this week. The video is also featured at NRK Urørt Svisj.
Jaqueline did a split-gig with Auden Prim at Garage, Bergen, tonight. This was the 11. and last gig of the so-called Exposed Tour in collaboration with Auden Prim.
Jaqueline did a split-gig with Auden Prim at Tribute, Sandnes, tonight. Thanks to everybody who showed up to rock out with us. This was the 10. gig of the so-called Exposed Tour in collaboration with Auden Prim.
Jaqueline did a split-gig with Auden Prim at Promenadekafeen, Sandefjord, tonight. This was the 9. gig of the so-called Exposed Tour in collaboration with Auden Prim.
Todays edition of Hamar Arbeiderblad gives Idiots the score 4/6. A review over at Rockeweb.com has been spotted, giving the album the score 5/6.
Jaqueline did a split-gig with Auden Prim at Mono, Oslo, tonight. The shows were all sold out. This was the 8. gig of the so-called Exposed Tour in collaboration with Auden Prim.
Jaqueline did a split-gig with Auden Prim at Plattform, Elverum, tonight. It felt good coming home. Thanks to all our loyal fans who showed up. This was the 7. gig of the so-called Exposed Tour in collaboration with Auden Prim.
After a dreadful drive from Trondheim to Bø during the night, Jaqueline hit the stage at Kroa, Bø, tonight as a support act for WE. Thanks for the invite guys, it was worth it.
Jaqueline did a split-gig with Auden Prim at Kafe Larsen, Trondheim, tonight. Great audience. This was the 6. gig of the so-called Exposed Tour in collaboration with Auden Prim. During the stay in Trondheim, the Jaqs also did two radio-interviews - one with Urørt at NRK P3, the other one with the local student radio.
Jaqueline did a split-gig with Auden Prim at Trøndertun Folkehøgskole outside Trondheim tonight. This was the 5. gig of the so-called Exposed Tour in collaboration with Auden Prim.
Today's edition of the nationwide paper Dagbladet features a rave 5/6-score review of Idiots, labelling it "Norwegian rock debut of the year". Jaqueline did a split-gig with Auden Prim at Huset, Molde tonight. This was the 4. gig of the so-called Exposed Tour in collaboration with Auden Prim.
Jaqueline did a split-gig with Auden Prim at Decibel, Ulsteinvik tonight. The bands will now take three days off in Ulsteinvik. Tonight was the 3. gig of the so-called Exposed Tour in collaboration with Auden Prim.
Jaqueline did a split-gig with Auden Prim at Lille Løvenvold, Ålesund, tonight. The place was absolutely packed. This was the 2. gig of the so-called Exposed Tour in collaboration with Auden Prim.
Jaqueline did a split-gig with Auden Prim at Rust Club, Ørsta, tonight. This was the first out of eleven gigs of the so-called Exposed Tour in collaboration with Auden Prim.
Jaqueline's debut album is released in Norway today by Pop Partner Records / Musikkoperatørene! Get your copy at Platekompaniet, CDon or your local music store.
Jaqueline held their second release-party for Idiots tonight, this time at Kaos, Oslo. Great audience, loud show. The first Idiots review has ticked in: Østlendingen gives the album the solid score 5/6.
Jaqueline appeared at nationwide TV2's "Sonen" tonight. The Jaqs were interviewed, and lots of Idiots-songs were aired. This was Jaqueline's national TV debut.
NRK Hedmark featured an interview with Jaqueline this morning.
Jaqueline held their first release-party (out of two) for their debut-album Idiots at Brochmann, Elverum tonight. The album will be released on March 21. The audience was wild, the Jaqs had to do three encore sets. Thanks to everybody for showing up and kicking some serious butt with us. Hails also to Michael Blair, former drummer of Tom Waits and Jeff Buckley, who happened to be in town tonight, and sat down and had a chat with us.
Østlendingen features a huge Jaqueline-special in today's edition.
Jaqueline did a brief hired-gun show at "Innlandsmessa for Ungdomsbedrifter 2005", Haakonshall, Lillehammer, today.
Jaqueline performs at a private party in Elverum, hosted by Thorleif Silkebækken.
Jaqueline did a split-gig with Krace at Grotta Pub, Hamar tonight. The place was crowded, great night.
The Jaqs taped an interview at P4's studios in Oslo today. The interview will be aired throughout Norway in the afternoon of March 7. Tune in. This will be Jaqueline's national radio debut.
Jaqueline did a hard rocking show at Ampfield, Gjøvik, tonight. Thanks to all rockers who cared to join us. You were a great audience. Jaqueline would love to come back.
Jaqueline did a support gig for fellow rockers WE at Hydranten, Hamar tonight. In opposite to the last time Jaqueline did a support gig for WE, the two bands had the chance to sit down and chat. As it turned out, WE and the Jaqs got along very well. A true friendship is formed.
Tonight Jaqueline took part in yet another non-profit charity-concert benefiting the tsunami-victims of South-Asia, this time at Brochmann, Elverum.
Jaqueline will most likely do a split-gig tour with the Norwegian Liverpool-based emo rock band Auden Prim this spring. Auden Prim features former Jaqueline-member Tord Ø. Knudsen. Dates TBA, check out the live-shows page for frequent updates.
Jaqueline took part in a non-profit charity-concert benefiting the tsunami-victims of South-Asia at Hydranten, Hamar, tonight. The place was sold out with an audience exceeding 700 persons.
Jaqueline crossed the infamous border and headlined the huge club Nöjesfabriken, Karlstad (SWE) tonight. The audience got what they paid for during the hour-long mindblowingly loud show.
Jaqueline headlined Kaos, Oslo, tonight. The packed audience was served material from Jaqueline's upcoming debut album in a cruely loud way.
Pop Partner Records has signed a collaboration deal with distribution company Musikkoperatørene for Jaqueline's debut album in Norway. Estimated release: March 2005.
Jaqueline visited Ungdommens Hus, Elverum, tonight. Thanks to everybody who showed up!
Jaqueline appeared on TV Innlandet (local TV station) yesterday, in a big Jaqueline exclusive including the world premiere of the "Hellbound" music video as well as interviews with Morten, Marius and Bjarne in studio mixing the forthcoming debutalbum. The whole thing was shot in january (we think).
Music video on the song "Hellbound", track taken from the forthcoming debut album, has just been wrapped up. The video is directed by Øyvind M. Saugerud. Hopefully you will see it on TV soon.
Jaqueline did a split-gig with Amulet at Hydranten, Hamar last night. Support band: Krace. A killer combo!
Jaqueline did a split-gig with Laid at Plattform, Elverum, last night. The guys delievered a dynamic set - stretching all the way from the acoustic opening song "Idiots" to brutal loud, hard rock. Former Jaqueline-member Tord Ø. Knudsen joined
in on keyboards!
Jaqueline did a hard rocking support gig for The Carburetors at Hydranten, Hamar, tonight.
Jaqueline signed a record contract with the new, Norwegian indie label Pop Partner Records at their Hamar office tonight! Jaqueline is now obligated to record two albums, which Pop Partner will release in Norway. The first album will be released in 2005 (TBA), and is actually already recorded and mixed. These recordings were finished before Pop Partner Records came into the picture. Pop Partner, which as mentioned is a recently founded company, is now in dialogue with several Norwegian distributors for a formal collaboration. Bottom line: A memorable day in Jaqueline's history.
Jaqueline performed at Ungdommens Hus, Elverum, tonight.
Jaqueline did a show at Felix, Lillehammer, tonight. Split-gig with Opel and Pettajama. The band's first-ever performace in a non-smoking venue? Jaqueline first gig post-Norway's new public smoking ban.
Jaqueline kicked butt at Ampfield, Gjøvik, tonight. Split-gig with Opel and Pettajama.
The re-founded trio did a show at Grotta, Hamar, tonight. Split-gig with Opel and Pettajama. The band's first-ever appearance as Jaqueline.
The band change their name from Dharma Garage to Jaqueline. A new era begins.
Dharma Garage performed tonight at Lt.Creutz, Kongsvinger, in a split-gig with Opel and Pettajama. This was the band's first trio-performance in several years. It was also the last gig the band ever did as Dharma Garage.
Well, today is a good day to restart our news-column. Jon Øyvind Nordby, our bassist, has quit the band, and we're re-founding our original trio line-up - with Marius on the bass guitar. A brief summary of the band's personell evolution so far: Morten, Marius and Bjarne founded the band in 1998. Tord Ø. Knudsen joined the band on the bass guitar in late 2001. Tord quit in July 2003 to go to school in Liverpool. Jon Øyvind Nordby replaces Tord in October 2003. As mentioned, Jon Øyvind quit today - to focus on his work in two other bands - so we, being Morten, Marius and Bjarne, are now re-founding our original trio. Marius puts his electric guitar on the shelf, and picks up the bass guitar.