Produced, mixed, and recorded by Georges Couling.
Additional recording by Kieran Wagstaff and Shea Fairbanks.
Piano and B3 organ performed by Georges Couling.

On his debut album Reckless Abandon, Terence Jack invites you to join him as he travels the dusty road, in search of a new journey, a new truth.

Having spent the past 10 years running his own travel company, Terence Jack is no stranger to adventure. His road worn experiences have been an inspiration for much of his music, providing exotic scenes for his tales of life to be told upon. When asked why he stepped down from his work to focus on music, Terence responds, “Beach Travelers gave me discipline, taught me how to operate in many different cultures, how to connect with people and build a family based on values, and that with passion and drive, you can turn a dream into reality. Now it’s time for me to dive into music with both feet – nothing in life deserves to be half in, half out. I need to live my truth – and undeniably music has been my true self my entire life.”

Inspired by artists such as Ben Harper and The Avett Brothers, the songs on Reckless Abandon dig their roots in alt-folk territory. Lap steel guitars serenade on the tender “Home is Where The Heart Is”, then turn up the grit with rockers such as the bluesy “Run”. Several of the tunes were written in what Terence describes as a “floating bungalow” in Thailand, and the magic of the scenery finds its ways into the music with whimsical lyrics that speak of living life to it’s fullest, exploring adventures, and loving whole heartedly.