'The JOB' was formed in April 2008 when rock singer-songwriter Jim O'Ferrell returned home from his final combat deployment to the war in Iraq. With songwriting influenced by wartime experience, Jim teamed up with lead guitar player Jason Crawford and built a band to record and perform his powerful songs. Today, with bassist Justin Poroszok and drummer Antonio James Jr, The JOB has had two songs reach the national charts and have released 3 full length albums since 2009. This newest EP takes a more aggressive path than earlier work by streaking off into a more true modern rock song-style with masterfully textured layers of instruments and voice. The lyrical prose that is already familiar in The JOB's song lyrics continues to take fans on a whirling emotional ride with this new collection of music.
One song, titled 'Messenger' from the new EP was released as a single in September 2011. It has already started appearing in playlists on independent radio stations in the US and abroad. 'Messenger' can be heard along with more of the band's original songs on their official website at http://www.thejoband.com. CDs and individual song tracks are available on the official website and on iTunes, Amazon, Napster, CD Baby, and from other online music retailers.
To hear the new album release show live on the air in central Virginia tune to 102.1 FM WRXL on Sunday, 1/8/12 at 11pm east coast time. Outside of the broadcast area, take your internet browser to www.1021thex.com and click 'listen live' on Sunday, 1/8/12 at 11pm east coast time. Also, find The JOB on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/