My new album, 'Time To Break Up The Band', is now out!
On Thursday May 15, Jacob Haller's third album, 'Time To Break Up The Band', was released on 75orLess Records. You can download the title track for free, or listen to the entire album using the music player on the right!
About Jacob Haller
Jacob Haller has been a fixture of the Rhode Island music scene for the past ten years, and has been frequently featured in popular shows such as AS220's Empire Revue and Common Fence Point Music's annual Gathering of Fiddlers & Fishermen.
In 2010 he was nominated for 'Best Singer/Songwriter' in the Providence Phoenix, and, in 2011, his song 'The Ballad of Anne Hutchinson' was one of those selected to be played in 'Singing About Providence', a show celebrating Providence's 375th anniversary put on by HEAR In Rhode Island and the Rhode Island Songwriters Association.
Praise for Jacob Haller
"Jacob Haller does music as though he were the secret love-child of Warren Zevon and Burl Ives, and while this is impossible, I'm pretty sure he wouldn't let that stop him. Nor should you let it stop you. Enjoy the music!" -- Jeffrey Channing Wells, "Skin Horse" co-author
"Jacob Haller knows how to play to a crowd." -- Ted Hayes, The Sakonnet Times, January 17, 2012
"If B.B. King and Weird Al Yankovic had a child, well...they probably wouldn't admit to it. But it would definitely be Jacob Haller!" -- Eddie Delta, Co-Host of The Blues Record podcast
"Jacob Haller is not only a talented musician and songwriter, he's also a talented songwriter and musician." -- Harper Johnson, Co-Host of The Blues Record podcast
"Haller ranges with hints of Leon Redbone, Greg Brown and Paul Geremia, smoothly pulling out lines that are as catchy as a smile. The tunes themselves never try too hard. They are just fresh and somewhat jolly sounding." -- Jonathan Cook, Turley Publications, October 27, 2009
"Jacob Haller's lyrics are edgey, current, and most amusing, revealing a man so personable, bright, and talented, any knitter would love to share a knitting sit-in right beside him." -- Sharon Watterson, Providence Knitting Examiner, December 30, 2009
"Music is dumb! I only like music that Uncle Jake sings!" -- my four-year-old niece Harriett, November 19, 2011