The meeting between the traditional Hungarian music and the rock’n’roll revolution.
Rackjams’ music is defined by two elements – two loves: the one for Hungarian culture and the one for revolution. Their music is touched by influences from Kalotaszeg, but also from the sound of Jimi Hendrix, and their lyrics contain words of revolutionary poets, such as Petőfi and
Gérecz Attila. “As Hungarians during communism, we got hooked on the musical revolution, where Jimi Hendrix was the spirit”.
Jankó Miklós – cajón
Bízják Gábor – hunting horn
Apáti Ádám – Wurlitzer electric piano
Pintér Zsolt – mandolin
Ferenczi György – harmonica