Forged in Kingston, Ontario-the birthplace of Canadian rock luminaries, The Tragically Hip, The Headstones, and more recently, The Glorious Sons; Sweet Talk Jackie rose from the dust of the limestone city crafting killer rifts, sleezy bass lines and thunderous drums; smooth like wine with a bite like cigarettes. They're as serious as last call, more welcoming than a free round and hit harder  than an angry bouncer.  Cole LeBlanc on Guitar and Vocals, Steven Vanden Engel on Drums and Cameron Gravelle on the Bass guitar.  

   The bands first full LP release, Trains Planes and Time Machines was a collection of just that, cementing the boys as something much more than a weekend warrior bar band. Sharing the stage with acts like Wild T and the Spirit, the Mahones and the Lazys, Sweet Talk Jackie aims to be your new favourite band. 

  Currently working on the release of their second LP, 3375 (three, three, seven, five), set to drop  in February 2020. Expect to hear more from these limestone  rockers in the near future.

   "We play for the love, the high and the feeling of creating something. We sing for the drunks, the stone cold sober, the pricks and pushovers. We sing for the lovers, the lonely and everything in between. If you want to know what we are all about just listen to the music." 
                       ...Sweet Talk Jackie