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The influence and unpredictability of artists like The Beatles and The Format collides with the vocal stylings of bands such as Mae and Jack's Mannequin. This one-man band produces indie rock that's fun and sometimes quirky, but always self reflective and observant. This is Jamboree.
From performing in Branson, MO as a child to his independent exploits in the band "Tune In Tomorrow", Dillon Spears has always had a life that involves music. Jamboree is simply the next step. The word "Jamboree" is synonymous with celebration. This project is meant to be a celebration of life, love, God, success and failure. The music is quirky and fun as Dillon brings in influences from his past and mixes them with more current ones, but the lyrics come from a very focused place. A place where we all live sometimes. The parts of life where you are certain beyond a shadow of a doubt of some things but terrified and unsure of others. A place where we celebrate the things we know but continue to hide from the things we are afraid to meet. This is Jamboree. Who knows what that means exactly? I guess we will find out together.