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Jack and I would like to begin work on a recording together as Jack & the Vox! We've got 10 unreleased tracks ready to record. We just need a little help getting the home studio rockin' and if we get enough PRE-ORDERS through Kickstarter, this project could become a reality!

We will be on tour together this fall and look forward to seeing you on the road!  (MD, MA, Canada, UK, and Germany!)

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UK's Ukulele Magazine! Issue 16

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Acoustic Alaska Camp

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Wasilla, AK

Victoria Vox returns for a second time to teach ukulele and vocals at the Acoustic Alaska Camp in Wasilla, AK! For a good musical time / get-away join us!

Rock Hall MD with Jack & the Vox

Mainstay, 5753 Main St, Rock Hall, MD

Performing at the Mainstay for the first time. An original sound that is at the same time powerful and playful, featuring smooth vocals, expert ukulele, and convincing mouth trumpet. As Jack & the Vox, she brings along Jack, the guitar-slinging-singing-jokester.

Jack & the Vox in Baltimore

Germano's Cabaret, 300 S. High Street, Baltimore, MD

Traveling from their home in Southern California, Jack & the Vox return to Baltimore for one night, on their way to the CT Ukulele Festival and then Europe! The husband-wife-duo, met at the Berklee College of Music in 1998 (where they both studied Songwriting), but only recently married in 2016. Victoria Vox, who was a Baltimore resident for 11 years, is an award-winning songwriter known for toting her ukulele around the world at festivals, clubs, and performing house concerts. Jack has childhood roots to St. Louis, but grew up in California since a young teen. He currently is the leader of SoCal’s country-rock band, Feed the Kitty, and plays nearly 300 shows a year. Considering their individual touring schedules, catching them at a show together is a real treat. They perform mostly all original material, stemming from Victoria’s repertoire, but also other co-written songs (either by Jack & the Vox, or by other songwriter-friends). Jack’s tasteful guitar playing and backing vocals to Victoria’s pure voice and rhythmic ukulele playing is a perfect match. And how!