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With its combination of genres, My Morning Jacket has brought a unique sound to the music world. Six albums later, the band is among one of the top bands of the last few year. Likewise, the band is a popular touring act, and My Morning Jacket tickets have no trouble selling out.
|First Album:||The Tennessee Fire (1999)|
My Morning Jacket is an eclectic American rock band that combines the sounds of indie rock, country rock, southern rock, psychedelic and jam band styles. They released their debut album, The Tennessee Fire, in 1999 on Darla Records. In 2001, the group followed up their debut with the release of their second album on Darla called At Dawn. Even though the album was recorded with former drummer J. Glenn, he had already left My Morning Jacket by the time the album was released. J. Glenn was replaced by Chris "K.C." Guetig, but ultimately, Guetig would be replaced by Patrick Hallahan.
In 2002, My Morning Jacket signed on to ATO Records and immediately headed into the studio to start recording their major label debut album. The group released that album in 2003, entitled It Still Moves. Former members Johnny Quaid and Danny Cash both left in 2004 on good terms. Carl Broemel came in to replace Johnny Quaid and Bo Koster was to replace Danny Cash. After Quaid and Koster joined My Morning Jacket, the band released two collections of early work from the band. The collections included old demos, live versions, and covers. The two releases that documented that band's early years were called Early Recordings Chapter 1 - The Sandworm Cometh and Early Recordings Chapter 2 - Learning.
In 2005, My Morning Jacket recorded and released the critically acclaimed album Z. This album lead to the band's mainstream recognition. The two following albums, 2008's Evil Urges and 2011's Circuital, were met with even greater commercial success. The latter album gained much critical acclaim from Rolling Stone, American Songwriter, and other industry publications.