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The Road Bucks (i.e. members of Arrested Development) and The Studio Bucks together at last! With Tyson James and The East Nashville Strangs
NELL MELLON's BIRTHDAY BASH 6:45 THE DIRTY PANTIES 7:30 THE VERMIN 8:15 THE HIPP PIPPS 9:00 FRANK WOOD & HIS NYC ALL-STARS BAND 10:00 TIED FOR LAST 11:00 THE TOMBSTONE BRAWLERS
Sounds Like: Ray Lamontagne, Nora Jane Struthers, The Civil Wars, Drive-By Truckers, Little Country Giants
Manager: Clayton Jones @ Planet Alabamie Productions
Bio: After 10 years with The Groundhawgs, Northwest Georgia bluegrass/Americana band, Jones has gone solo. As for highlights present and future, Jones’ first solo album, backed by his new band The Bucks, is entitled Revolver. The songs are not only well crafted from his strong literary standpoint, but...See Full Bio
: Nashville Rising Star songwriter contest I played "Dead Man's Waltz" http://t.co/YMV71eehfK
“As for highlights present and future, Jones’ first solo album, backed by his new band The Bucks, is entitled Revolver. The songs are not only well crafted from his strong literary standpoint, but are fused with the Appalachian styles from his childhood, nuances of reggae, resonating vocals, and country blues. There is Jones’ unique guitar style, and there are also subtle world rhythms found within these songs considering The Bucks are such great musicians. The Bucks are Shad Cobb (fiddle), Joe First (accordion), and Cheyenne Medders (Hammond Organ,) Nathan Sexton (bass), and Sean Bennett (drums). The songs touch on the complexities of love, being from a small town, and cosmic forces and outer space. Of Jones’ songs, critic Cuba Rhodes proclaimed, “When I think of Jones’ solid writing and musicianship, I can’t help wondering if a song about Earthlings (“The Planet Alabamie Rag”) might be exactly what Gram Parsons intended when proposed his dream of Cosmic American Mus”