Jester At Work
New Album out now!
"A BEAT OF A SAD HEART"
- Sad Heart -
Jester At Work is a solo project from Italy, focused mainly on songwriting and putting together an introspective mood with a variety of styles and influences: from blues to folk, through desert rock, country and much more, all merged in his own way -funnily named “Adriaticana” after the Adriatic Sea- mostly using a bunch of bizarre-tuned guitars and a particular kind of notebook, which is not a laptop computer at all but his vintage four-track cassette recorder.
His second and last full-length effort “Magellano” was critically praised, so that Jester could play extensively all over Italy both in small clubs and large festivals, both on the beach and over the hills, even in private parties, meanwhile collecting a series of opening gigs with high-profile international artists such as Hugo Race, Duke Garwood, Geoff Farina, Shannon Wright and Sandro Perri, as well as top-notch italian indie acts The Niro, Moltheni, Diaframma, Bud Spencer Blues Explosion and many more, also often sharing the stage with fellow artists Stella Burns and The 59ers.
Born Antonio Vitale in Pescara (located in the Italian East Coast, on the Adriatic sea), Jester served as lead vocalist in the infamous underground rock-blues band “The Warm Morning 616” since the very late nineties. In the meantime he started scrapping his own songs from scratch using only an acoustic guitar and his aged cassette multitrack…