Getting ready for studio

The boys have been busey lately preparing for the upcoming studisessions in Halden now in January. The last session will include the recording of five new songs to finish off “The Farmer Trilogy”, named “The New Life” . More details on the upcoming recordings soon…

The release of “The Travel”- The Farmer Trilogy part 2.

Jack Stillwater have now finished the recording of the second part of The Farmer Trilogy. All the tracks were recorded at Athletic Sound in Halden. The Second part of The Farmer Trilogy, Named “The Travel” , contains 5 Tracks and will be released digitaly on Spotify, Tidal/Wimp and Itunes on October 9th.


1  ”The Travel”
2. “Sin City Border”
3. ” Mystery train”
4. ” The Coal miner`s daughter”
5. ” Koshkonong”

Stay tuned for upcoming live-dates and news!

The release of “The Farmer-” And release concert at The Crossroad Club

Jack Stillwater will release the first part of their upcoming album “The Farmer Trilogy” on Friday, April 17th. This will be a digital release named “The Farmer”, for Itunes, Wimp/Tidal and Spotify. The four tracks included are:

1. “This farmers life”,
2. “Harvest time”,
3. “Pulling me down”(Acoustic return)
4. “Restauration”.

The band is really looking forward to the release, and will celebrate the occation with a release-concert at The Crossroad Club in Oslo on Thursday, April 16th. Hope to see you there!

Jack Stillwater @ Athletic Sound

This past weekend, Jack Stillwater entered Athletic Sound in Halden to record four tracks which will be released in april.

With the legendary Kai Ø. Andersen behind the mixing desk, we had a three-day adventure in one of Norway’s most legendary recording studios.

Check out the photos:

Jack Stillwater – Pulling me Down

Jack Stillwater - Pulling me Down

Cover Art by Morten H


Pulling Me Down – MusikkOnline

Pulling Me Down – WIMP

Pulling Me Down – iTunes

Pulling Me Down – Spotify

Happy listening!
Terje, Morten, Arne Harald, Thomas and Tor Sverre


Terje at Camp Copperhead

Terje was one of the lucky ones to attend the great songwriter Steve Earles songwriting course at Camp Copperhead -This summer (July 7 – 11, 2014), Earle presented his most refined and in-depth course yet: Camp Copperhead. Steave Earle is zealous about writing and teaching, but pragmatic as well. Quote: “I can’t teach anyone to be a songwriter,” he admits. “But I can teach the things that I’ve learned—from doing it—that make you a better songwriter if you already are one.