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Josh Perkins has been a staple in the Athens music community since 1997. Whether playing original acoustic folk music with bands like “The Good ol’ Souls”, or strait foreword rock and roll in bands like “no option” and “Monster Zero”, Josh is always looking for ways to evolve as musician. Most recently Perkins has been focussed on two projects that keep the majority of his attention. “Theomataras” is an extension of his efforts with “no option”, digging a little deeper into the darker side of Josh’s song writing. Pulling on influences like Pink Floyd, The Deftones and Tool, Josh has refined the art of dark and brooding. “Josh Perkins Experiment in Southern Hospitality” is located at the other end of the music spectrum. Pulling on influences that range somewhere between Willie Nelson, Johnny Cash, Calexico, or Mumford and Sons, Josh is revisiting what brought him to the acoustic guitar in the first place. Having cut his teeth at the now infamous Eddies Attic, in Decatur Ga, Josh is no stranger to heartfelt lyrics and emotionally moving vocals. Joining Josh in the Experiment is long time friend Adam Payne, who thoroughly compliments the mood that the band is attempting to create. Whether playing as part of a full line up, or simply taking the stage as a solo performer, Josh is capable of engaging an audience and holding their attention until the last note.