top of page

Jack Jones chats about the Southern Sons' NEW Release 'The Vault'

It has been more than two decades since 1990s Australian pop/rockers Southern Sons self titled debut album. Lead singer Jack Jones was yet to turn 20 when the first Southern Sons album was released. By the time he was 21 he had a double platinum album and three hit singles. With smash hits such as 'Heart In Danger', 'Hold Me In Your Arms', 'Always & Forever' and 'Waiting For That Train' Southern Sons continued to dominate the charts for half a decade.

Many fans wanted a lot more from these much loved and respected musicians and songwriters but they went their separate ways to work on other projects. However after a hugely successful reunion tour last year, this adored Aussie rock band decided to look further in what they could give back to their fans. They are excited to announce their next installment 'The Vault', a collection of previously unreleased tracks from the golden Southern Sons days. On Drive Time Lady B talks to lead singer Jack Jones and tells us more about this exciting new release and what else he has on the cards.


bottom of page