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Jim Gaudet and The Railroad Boys

Jim Gaudet and The Railroad Boys

Americana / Americana / Bluegrass Albany, NY  US
Help Me
Help Me
Johnny Was an Outlaw
Johnny Was an Outlaw
You Don't Know What I Know
You Don't Know What I Know
Jealous Heart
Jealous Heart
Born To Be Lonesome
Born To Be Lonesome

Videos

Live from the Grey Fox Festival 2014 - If It Ain't Cajun

Shows

  • Wed

    Aug 5

    Fort Edward, NY, US | 12:00pm

    The Jamboree!! Little Theater's Old Country and Bluegrass Jamboree, with The Bluebillies, Smokey Greene, The Seth Sawyer Band, Jim Gaudet & The Railroad Boys, and The Drytown Drifters! The music starts at noon and goes all day and evening long! Each band will perform two sets, one in the afternoon and one in the evening, and it's gonna be a whole lot of great music for the price, I'll tell you what!!

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  • Pat McCabe (Artist)
    Pat McCabe
    Listening to Johnny Was An Outlaw. You guys sound great!
  • Susan Rose (Artist)
    Susan Rose
    Met your friends, the Wilsons, down here in Cocoa Beach. They said I would like your music and I do! Really good.
  • JOSEPH E GRECO (Artist)
    JOSEPH E GRECO
    OH YA,you sound great,Love your music,nice voice and great lyrics in your songs.I HOPE you give my songs a spin to.LET ME KNOW WHAT YOU THINK. IM ENJOYING YOUR ...
  • Orillia Junction (Artist)
    Orillia Junction
    great tunes- you guys have a really cool sound

Photos

  • Grey Fox Bluegrass Festival - Catskill Stage
  • Jim and The Railroad Boys at IBMA 2013 - The Katy Daley Show
  • Jim Gaudet and The Railroad Boys with special guest Sara Milonovich on fiddle

Members

JIm Gaudet

Vocals

Sten Isachsen

Mandolin

Scott Hopkins

Banjo

Sara Milonovich

Violin

About

Sounds Like: John Prine, Lowell George

Label: Inrealife

Manager: Bobby

Bio: Grey Fox producer, Mary Tyler Doub, one of the leading movers and shakers in the world of bluegrass music, stated
“What spoke to me first were Jim’s songs and his voice. He didn’t sound like other singers and I like that uniqueness very much. His lyrics and melodies struck me as fresh and powerfu...See Full Bio

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Status

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Press

“Grey Fox producer, Mary Tyler Doub, one of the leading movers and shakers in the world of bluegrass music, stated “What spoke to me first were Jim’s songs and his voice. He didn’t sound like other singers and I like that uniqueness very much. His lyrics and melodies struck me as fresh and powerful. I wanted those songs and that energy and that sound at Grey Fox.” Doub continues, “Their talent was obvious, their personalities disarming and it was clear they were a perfect fit for the festival. Our friendship was instant and I felt a level of trust that you rarely find in this business. These guys are the real deal.””

— Grey Fox producer, Mary Tyler Doub, Grey Fox Program

Recent Blogs

Grey Fox 2012!!
Mar 19, 2012

Jim and the boys are excited to be performing at the IBMA award winning Grey Fox... [more]

Big Fun @ Shifty's Syracuse, NY
Jun 27, 2009

We had a real natural ball at Shifty's in Syracuse last night. We also had the ... [more]

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  • Total Fans 892
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