Seven Hour Night Shifts

by Jet Rodriguez

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Hannah Coates This sounds like a folk band playing some mighty tunes on top of a Himalayan mountain a.k.a I LIKE IT Favorite track: Simplest of Times.
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about

Long before the boy became the man, Seven Hour Night Shifts made it's mark on the world. The original album was written, recorded, produced, and then released in 2009 by Cameron Navetta when he was a mere 18 years old, under the moniker "The Jet Rodriguez". The name stuck and the rest is history. Its modest production and its reserved-yet-hopeful perspective helped it remain as the most widely listened to Jet Rodriguez release to date. After the opening track, "Simplest of Times," made its viral rounds on the internet, the album generated acclaim from fans and critics alike. Seven Hour Night Shifts has been played all over the world, most notably on BBC Radio, Joy 94.9 Australia, with air time on many college and independent radio stations across Europe and North America. With the album now out of print, it is being offered here to download for a limited time.

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released July 21, 2009

Written, performed, recorded, and produced by Cameron Navetta

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Jet Rodriguez Detroit, Michigan

Jet Rodriguez is the publishing pseudonym of Detroit-based singer-songwriter, producer, and multi-instrumentalist, Cameron Navetta.

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