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John Wesley Satterfield began playing guitar when he was 12 with his father teaching him tunes by legendary songwriters such as Jim Croce, Bob Dylan, and Harry Chapin among others. Since then, he has taken his guitar out of the living room and on to stages large and small. Following a 4 year enlistment in the US Coast Guard aboard the Cutter Reliance out of Kittery, ME, Satterfield moved to Wilmington, NC to form the bluegrass/folk trio, Woodwork Roadshow. After 4 years of touring and 2 albums, John Wesley branched out on his own to continue his career as a solo artist, writing and recording 2 more albums while completing a BA in Media Arts at University of South Carolina. Following graduation in May of 2012, he moved to Nashville, TN. His most recent release, Goodbye Whiskey, is a semi-autobiographical batch of songs that Satterfield has been performing with his aptly named, Damn Fine Band. Goodbye Whiskey was produced by Mike Gossin of the country band, Gloriana, and engineered by Mark Dobson (Santana, Matchbox 20, Aerosmith). He currently calls the Music City home and tours constantly. Stay tuned for more from this up and coming artist!