JC left home at 17, hit Nashville at 18, and landed in Chicago at 21. One year later she met Jason and there they began to merge their Kentucky music ancestory with Blues creating a sound unique but common to the music of the Heartland. Jason jammed with legends in and around the scene while JC got a gig as a side player for A. C. Reed. JC spent over a year hosting the house jam at Buddy Guy's Legends. Both are at home in bluegrass and the blues scene. JC was raised in a family steeped in Mountain music culture and at 11 learned a new style of guitar from a nephew to Lonnie Mack in her rural hometown in Indiana.Their originals heavily draw on their Kentucky heritage and inspiration from their blue collar towns.Their songs are about hard edged people who know how to have a good time. JC's big voice and Jason's soul-filled melodies rock audiences now throughout the Midwest. Check their original work out online or at a rowdy gig near you soon!