American music throughout history has heavily revolved around folklore and superstition. Growing up in the Ozark Mountains of north Arkansas, Justin Kaleb Driggers understood this at a very young age. He took his music to Muscle Shoals, Alabama, and a collaboration with singer/songwriter and producer Gary Nichols gave JKD the remedy he had been looking for. His Ozark influences had now become intertwined with the Muscle Shoals Sound and the music developed a new life of it’s own.
In his debut album, entitled ‘Homesick Blues’, you’ll hear stories ranging from love lost and murder, to ghost tales and victories. JKD’s all-original lyrics paint a vivid picture in the listener’s mind that evokes a wide range of emotions. On ‘Homesick Blues’ you’ll find light-hearted songs such as “Until Dawn” and “Forever Mine”, complimented by dark folk tales such as “6pm” and “Sally Jo”. Justin Kaleb Driggers’ ‘Homesick Blues’ will strike a flame in the listener’s soul and make a lasting impression that can’t easily be shaken.