Jonathan Jackson

People Magazine Features ENATION

People Magazine (People.com) recently conducted an interview, along with an exclusive debut stream of Enation's new EP, "Blame-shifter". via People.com:

Jonathan Jackson and his band, Enation, are back!

The band, who have been making music together for over a decade, knew exactly the direction they wanted to take their next EP, Blame-shifter.

"We wanted to tackle making an edgier, rock album and just kind of wanted to give more of a feel of what it's like when we perform live," Jackson, 34, tells PEOPLE exclusively. "That was the musical angle. The lyrical angle, Blame-shifter, just came from a book I was reading that I was very inspired by. It's just the idea of instead of being defensive and shifting the blame to just accepting it."

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ENATION Play to Sold Out Audiences

ENATION kicked off their Radio Cinematic US Summer Tour in high fashion, playing to an enthusiastic sold-out crowd in Nashville, TN at 3rd & Lindsley. More sold out or venue packed concerts have followed around the US in Charlotte, Columbus, Pittsburgh, and Houston. The band is currently on a six-week tour supporting their new album Radio Cinematic and their new single, 'Cinematic' (released through Loud and Proud Records and Sony/RED). They hit the road and are taking advantage of lead singer Jonathan Jackson's summer break from filming his popular TV show. The concert in Nashville was also filmed for a multi-camera live DVD, set to be released sometime after the Radio Cinematic Summer Tour is finished.

Rolling Stone features ENATION frontman Jonathan Jackson