Barn Dance at Southern Terra.
Jeeps Birthday Bash. Accompanied by Tom Kinney on harmonica and Steve Allen on bass. Playing an eclectic mix of original and cover tunes. Come to have fun.
American Songwriters Jeep White, Bob Tobin and David Owens perform for the family reunion of the descendants of Valentine Hatfield, brother of Devil Anse Hatfield. Accompanied by L.E. Simpkins, it sure to be a fun day.
American Songwriters Jeep White, Bob Tobin and David Owens perform a night of original Americana music in an intimate listening atmosphere. Backed by the talented L.E. Simpkins on keyboards.
Open Mic for songwriters with original songs & music. Buddy Roe's Shrimp Shack, Ben Sawyer Blvd., Mt. Pleasant, SC... Great atmosphere, good food & good company...
Sounds Like: Johnny Cash, Merle Haggard, Waylon Jennings, Hank Williams Jr., Jamey Johnson
Bio: Jeep White was born and raised in the remote mountains of West Virginia. The great grandson of Valentine " Judge Wall" Hatfield, he grew up on mountain music and a heritage filled with tales and stories of the Hatfield McCoy Feud. The difficulties connected to the coal mining business in Appalach...See Full Bio
“On Low Country, local songwriter Jeep White constantly bends his voice from song to song, occasionally conjuring a little of that Johnny Cash baritone. A better comparison might be with country songwriting legend Billy Joe Shaver. With such a straightforward tone throughout, it's no surprise that the two standout tracks, "Short Road to Hell" and "Grandpa," are the most direct. Both have driving rhythms that draw you in, but White's lyrics really grab the listener. Neither song gives you time to think — they just tell stories without any hesitation. Although many of White's songs on Low Country come across as sad and melancholic, they have a solid basis in reality, producing an overall good feeling.”