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Conservation Theory

Conservation Theory

Folk / bluegrass/ACOUSTIC BLUES / AMERICANA Tamassee, SC  US
Black Storm
Black Storm
Dance with Me
Dance with Me
BarBQ and Whiskey
BarBQ and Whiskey
Down the Chattoogie
Down the Chattoogie
Forever and Always
Forever and Always



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  • The Hawk Son (Artist)
    The Hawk Son
    Excellent music!! cool sound!! great job! The Hawk Son is present here from Colombia to support you!! visit our site and press “I Like” www.facebook.com/thehawksonband or you can watch our video here http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xitMBQJ7Xj0&noredirect=1
  • DarkHorseSalemBand (Artist)
    Somebody told me you y'all were good. So glad to hear you are. Please give us a listen and fan us back, thanks. Sound fantastic.
  • BadgerStatic (Artist)
    Cool songs and playing!


  • playin' the Feed and Seed


Eddie Martin

Songwriting, banjo vocals

Marty Hopkins



Manager: Eddie Martin

Bio: Pure, Simple, Honest. Those words permeate the essence of Conservation Theory. From the heartfelt songwriting that comes directly from the creative soul to the care of the Earth that is set as a priority, Conservation Theory brings a voice to happiness, sorrow, spirituality and tradition. We hav...See Full Bio

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Conservation Theory has a show on 07/11/2015 at 08:00 PM @ Moe Joe's Coff... in Greenville, SC http://www.reverbnation.com/q/5ze3vl #concert


  • Song Plays +3 2,854
  • Video Plays 157
  • Total Fans 523
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Q: Hey Guys. Is Mike Crane still with you and will he be playing next week in Knoxville?

A: see below question!!

Asked by Bruce Fields. Answered on Fri Oct 03 2014

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