After 8 years, UJA has come to a fork in the road. This has been a very exciting adventure to say the least. What started out as a passion for music and vintage audio gear, Union Jack Amps turned into an opportunity for me to meet and become friends with hundreds of killer musicians and music folks. They welcomed me with open arms and let me help as they created their art. My wife and I went to amazing shows from taverns to stadiums. I got to introduce my three sons to rock stars and show them the value of being creative. Something our kids could use a lot more of these days. This year is full of other projects that will make it harder for me to continue UJA in it's current form. BUT, I have plans to keep the tone alive and I will launch them as soon as time allows. Most likely later in 2016. Keep rockin', keep playing and let's make sure the next generation learns the value of creativity.