Bumpin' reggae rock/blues rock. Check out www.sordidseeds.com for downloads, merchandise, and more.
Jameson and the Sordid Seeds is a bumpin’ original reggae rock and blues rock band based out of Northwest Montana. The band formed in late 2009 and has gained national recognition quickly, becoming one of Relix magazine’s 2010 artists on the rise. In 2011, the Sordid Seeds spent a majority of the year playing shows throughout the nation in support of their debut album “Two Shoes in Mary’s Basement”, developing a strong reputation for putting on an amazing show and not holding anything back on stage.
Often described as a cross between the Black Keys and Sublime with a hint of Dave Matthews, Jameson and the Sordid Seeds blends heavy blues guitar with reggae-rock beats and strong hooks that you’ll be singing when you wake up the morning after. The title of the band’s single “I Got Soul” fits perfectly as you can hear the passion in the vocals of frontman Brent Jameson throughout the album. The band left a great buzz across the country from their 2011 tour and have just released their sophomore album titled “I Walk Down Your Street”. The band plans on playing throughout the nation in support of this album so e on the lookout for dates. They have a great live energy, making for a great show you won’t want to miss. When you see the band live, it is evident these kids love playing music, creating an energy that translates very well into the crowd.
The band has played such venues as:
Hard Rock Cafe – Las Vegas, NV
Palms Casino – Las Vegas, NV
House of Blues – Las Vegas, NV
WOW Hall – Eugene, OR
The Hut – Tucson, AZ
The Riot Room – Kansas City, MO
Quixote’s True Blue – Denver, CO
Canal St. Tavern – Dayton, OH
The Elbo Room – Chicago, IL
First Down & Stassney – Austin, TX
The Top Hat – Missoula, MT
The Filling Station – Bozeman, MT
The beauty of Jameson and the Sordid Seeds is that their music reaches people of all ages. On one end of the spectrum, the band recently played an all ages venue in Clarksville, TN on their summer tour. The venue was packed to the brim with sixteen to twenty year olds who didn’t want the music to stop. On the other end of the spectrum, the band had met a woman in her late fifties who travelled all of the way from Austin, TX to the northwest corner of Montana just to see the band play for her first time. She had purchased the band’s album while travelling through the band’s hometown earlier in the year and fell in love with it enough to travel all the way back to see the band perform. A lot of Jameson and the Sordid Seeds’ success can be credited to the fact they reach so many different types of people.
You can check out more at www.sordidseeds.com and can contact the band at firstname.lastname@example.org.