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Who the fu*k is James Scott Bullard? That's what the t-shirt asks.
The short answer is that he is a musical artists of some amount of fame, the band he fronts is a southern country band called James Scott Bullard & The Late Night Sweethearts.
The interesting answer is this: Outlaw, country & southern punk, singer/songwriter, mean motherfuc*er, ordained minister. Unpredictable, dangerous, abrasive, brilliant, prolific poet, purist, award winner. 6', 180lb. Southerner, with an indestructible reputation, who dabbles in amateur boxing, prefers dental procedures done sans anesthesia, carries a gun, brass knuckles and comes from a clan of Irish, German, Native American Moonshiners on one side and Holy Rollers on the other.
His name is plastered on t-shirts worn by the rich and famous and stacked neatly alongside Waylon, Willie and the boys on Wikipedia's list of "The Most Notable Outlaws in Country Music."
For more info, see: jamesscottbullard.com
Hailing from South Carolina, Bullards past is fraught with love, loss, death, addiction, suffering, torrid tales of flirting with the devil, the wrath of Deep South religion, a constant on a moral tightrope and more Southern Gothic lore than a Tennessee Williams play. "The Rise & Fall of James Scott Bullard and The Late Night Sweethearts", released in 2012 by Big Mavis Records (formerly Yonder Music) won a few awards, including the 'Gram Parsons Legacy Award' received heavy airplay, charted high on many major Americana charts worldwide, held the number one spot for 3 weeks above Darius Rucker and co. and garnered a mass amount of glowing critical reviews. Weather in an arena or a dive, Bullard has proven time and again is uncanny ability to charm and convert the toughest audiences. Sharing the stage with David Allan Coe, Butch Walker, and Dex Romweber to name a few, Bullard has gained quite a cult following that is growing daily anticipating the release of two new records in 2015 under the Big Mavis label.
The Late Night Sweethearts have been a revolving door of great musicians from around the Carolinas in the past, but now Bullard has without a doubt recruited the best in SC with the addition of Jeff Springs, Kevin Singleton, Justin Banks, Rebecca Morning, Adam Brown and Michael Knight.