Mon 5th Oct 2015 - Really pleased to tune in to Wirral Radio tonight and find my "John Jenkins and That Sure Thing" album "Honeymoon Hangover" was featured album of the week on Chris Currie presents - Tracks played tonight were:
  • Sad and Lonely (featuring Steve Thompson)
  • Another Time Another Place (Featuring Thom Morecroft)
  • I Wont let you Down Again (Featuring Robert Vincent)

Honeymoon Hangover

John Jenkins and That Sure Thing

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John Jenkins is a Liverpool born Singer Songwriter who is active upon the Liverpool Music Scene and has released 2 solo singles to date in 2015 “Sweet Delphine” and “The Paris Wife” – He is currently working on his debut solo album “Trains”

“John Jenkins and That Sure Thing” is a side line project name for songs John writes and records with guest vocalists. “Honeymoon Hangover” is the latest release and a follow up to the “Intruders” album. It features 11 songs recorded with critically acclaimed singers: • Robert Vincent • Steve Thompson • Paul Richard Dunbar • Thom Morecroft • Chris Howard • Tricia McTeague It also features some of Liverpool’s finest musicians in • Scott Poley • Mike Smith • Justin Johnson • Etienne Girard • Anthony Peers • Chris Howard Partly Recorded in Frog Studios and Parr Street Studios and Waterside Studios, Lydiate – produced by John Jenkins and Scott Poley

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Honeymoon Hangover Review by Liverpool Sound and Vision Sept 8th Sept 2015

John Jenkins And That Sure Thing, Honeymoon Hangover. Album Review.

Published on September 8, 2015 by in Music

Liverpool Sound and Vision Rating 9/10

To trust someone to carry out your vision is perhaps the biggest compliment anyone can pay to an artist. It is the acknowledgement that what you hear in your head, what you have written down, perhaps sweated and toiled over and lost many a night’s sleep through, is being created in the way that you know it should be carried out; it is a privilege many arguably don’t quite understand in the modern age as they try to impose their own agenda into the art.

John Jenkins’ side project That Sure Thing’s New album, Honeymoon Hangover is one of prosperous joy because it frames that ideal thought perfectly and without any sense of being hampered by the allusion to which some albums recorded in a similar fashion are contained.

This though is no hangover from his own abundant work, it is not the sidelined effect in which Time is morally allowed to be filled, this is a work of art all of its own; a sojourn into the realms in which such coolness of spirits stands up on its own two feet and dares you to try and knock it down.

The album benefits greatly from the appearance of such noted Liverpool musicians and singers as Thom Morecroft, Tricia McTeague, Paul Richard Dunbar, Robert Vincent, Etienne Girard, Chris Howard, Phil Peers and Steve Thompson and yet never once does that personal stamp employed by the very giving John Jenkins ever falter, it never fails to be recognised for the strength of personality and honest train of thought that the man behind it all exudes with blossoming abundance.

Tracks such as Another Time Another Place with Thom Morecroft, the hauntingly beautiful It Tears Me Apart with Tricia McTeague, Sad and Lonely with Steve Thompson and I Won’t Let You Down with the exceptional Robert Vincent glory in the way that the album is put together and the stirring, ever growing feeling of satisfaction that comes through in the name of trust and conviction.

Honeymoon Hangover is a long way off; it will never truly appear whilst John Jenkins in all his different musical forms keeps producing subtle and beautiful works of art such as this brand new and inspiring album.

John Jenkins and That Sure Things’ Honeymoon Hangover is available to purchase from

Ian D. Hall 

July 21st 2015 - Last bit of recording done today on "Honeymoon Hangover" album with Strings added to the song "I Wont Let You Down Again" which features Robert Vincent on Vocals - This is a run through of the string parts before the actual recording was done against the track 

Honeymoon Hangover - More Recordings 

Sunday 29th March 2015 – Recorded 6 Backing tracks for the “Honeymoon Hangover” album to go along with 5 tracks already completed over the last few months. Songs include
  • Louisiana is calling
  • Sad and Lonely
  • Heart and Soul
  • Cat and Mouse
  • Another Time Another Place
  • I Won’t let you down again
Same line up as the first round of sessions including
  • Scott Poley
  • Etienne Giraud
  • Chris Howard
  • Justin Jameson
And recorded at Frog Studios in Warrington.
Vocals and Horn Sessions to follow then the mix and then the Mastering followed by the CD


February 2015 -
5 Songs in the Can - 6 to go - The five songs are as follows:
1 - It Tears Me Apart - Featuring Tricia McTeague
2 - Get Her out of My Mind - Featuring Chris Howard
3 - And When the Lights are Low - Featuring Tricia McTeague and Chris Howard
4 - One Fine Day - Featuring Chris Howard
5- The Same Thing Everynight - Featuring Chris Howard
Scott's guitar used on One Fine Day

Scott's guitar used on One Fine Day

Tricia McTeague

Tricia McTeague

Scott Poley - Producing and Engineering

Scott Poley - Producing and Engineering

Honeymoon Hangover by That Sure Thing

Honeymoon Hangover - Album Teaser 1 - And when the Lights are Low

Honeymoon Hangover - Album Teaser 2 - It Tears Me Apart

Honeymoon Hangover - Album Teaser 3 - One Day