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The Granny Whites / Bio

THE GRANNY WHITES

Since the inception in early 2011 THE GRANNY WHITES have been performing in and around Nashville, Kentucky, and Alabama at several hotspots including 12th and Porter, Exit/In, 3 Brothers, Kimbros, Lipstick Lounge, Thats Cool, Mad Donnas, Give Me a Break Radio Hour, Stir Auburn, East Centric Brew HaHa, Nashville Pride Festival, The Dog and Pony Show, their music has been featured on Lightning 100FM, KMLR and more.

With a distinctive panache like no other, the combination of these musicians creates an intelligent and multilayered production. The genre of this band has no title and no boundaries. It exists only in their unique ability to add a twist of "Granny" to every song they perform.

Charities: The Grannies believe in making a difference and are actively involved in several charities and charitable events including:
Second Harvest Food Bank, Make A Wish Foundation, Nashville Humane Association, Women Rock For The Cure, Nashville Roller Girls

Description
The Granny Whites are a five member band that bring the hot summers of Tennessee to your ears. With powerful, original lyrics and instrumental talent to match, The Granny Whites remind us that real music is still alive and well!

The Granny Mission:
Rocking faces off (re-attaching them with superglue of course, because we care about you) :-)

General Info

Band Members
Jacki Macri - Percussion, Rometrius North - Bass, Anna Bethany Hogue - Vocals, Daphne Culver - Multi-Instrumentalist/Dirty Vocals, Adam Taylor - Guitar
Artist Name
The Granny Whites
Home Page
http://www.reverbnation.com/thegrannywhites
Active Since
02/11
Genres
Indie / Jock Blountain / Alternative

Contact Info

Location
Nashville, TN
Manager
TGW, LLC

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