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Old Truck Revival with very special guest Stu Poe from the Punkin Holler Boys
Wagon Wheel Cafe 217 N Wayne St Warren, IN 46792 (260) 375-9960
4th annual festival! Lots of bands!! Gonna be a blast!!
3rd Annual Hop Your Face Festival
Old Truck Revival at Three Pints Brew Pub
Sounds Like: Old Crow Medicine Show, Steve Earle, Townes Van Zandt, Justin Townes Earle
Manager: Junk Box Mike, John Bowyer
Bio: John Robert Bowyer and Junk Box Mike, Old Truck Revival. Performing Original Bluegrass and "Newgrass" Music. Both songwriters and multi-instrumentally talented. A very full sound from two fellas! Oweda now available on CD Baby http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/oldtruckrevival
Old Truck Revival has a show on 06/13/2015 at 08:00 PM @ Chilly Water B... in Indianapolis, IN http://www.reverbnation.com/q/5wjlng #concert
“Next up was Old Truck Revival. This trio rocked their strings with steady toe-tapping rhythms, and they performed a set full of original songs with great regional appeal. They began their set with a song called “Putnamville Quarry” and followed it up with “Don’t Follow Me,” a song about coal mining. Another of their originals, “Kentuckiana Blues,” called out some of the drawbacks of small town Southern Indiana living with lyrics like “stuck here in Crawfordsville.” Old Truck Revival’s style and talent reminded me of alt-country band Uncle Tupelo with their authentic rural American style. They topped off their set with a bluegrass cover of Stevie Wonder’s “Superstition” and a cheerful tune by their friend Adam Carol called “Screen Door.” These guys are definitely worth a listen.”