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Meagan Tubb & Shady People / Bio

Somewhere up there your favorite long-gone artist is creating music the likes of which our mortal ears cannot comprehend. We pay homage to these souls of a bygone era with a seance of classic rock, blues, soul, Americana, and funk written from the perspective of inanimate objects of nature and creatures apart from ourselves. In the past 5 years the band has managed to win a battle of the bands competition, open for Willie Nelson (twice), get 2 guitar sponsorships from both Dean and Luna Guitars and their song, "Let Me Believe" won an Independent Music Award for Best Song in the Blues category. Their Feb 2011 release “Cast Your Shadow” produced by Stephen Doster has received rave reviews and regular airplay within Austin, Colorado, Arizona, and beyond. Since their new release, the band has toured the Louisiana, Switzerland, and has upcoming tours planned for the Southwest and the Southeast in 2011. Their song "An Argument with the Moon" was chosen for the soundtrack of the independent film "Distances" which will premier at the 2012 SXSW film festival. With bluesy-rock vocals, dual lead guitars, slide guitars, 3 part harmonies, and a drum and bass dynamic duo rumored to be one of the most sought-after in Austin, Meagan Tubb & Shady People knock the wind out of you as you just realized you were still breathing.

General Info

Band Members
Meagan Tubb-lead/rhythm guitar/vocals, Jason Nunnenkamp-lead/slide guitar, back up vocals, Wilson Carr- bass, back-up vocals, John Duran- drums
Artist Name
Meagan Tubb & Shady People
Home Page
http://www.reverbnation.com/meagantubb
Active Since
01/05
Genres
Rock / Southern Rock / Americana

Contact Info

Location
Austin, TX
Manager
Cash Edwards cashedwards@austin.rr.com, for European Booking please contact Ed Bouchard: ed@cwentertainment.eu

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