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Lubbock we are coming to make you dance, stomp them feet, and have a damn good time. Come get aquainted with a little dirty, gypsy, bluesy music, and let us transport you to New Orleans for an evening, but not before you get swooed by Sugarwitch!Tickets Save
Juanita's is going to be the last stop on the way to Nashville TN, where these boys will be opening for Reverend Horton Heat and Merle Haggard. Catch their fine Dirty Gypsy Blues while it hits Little Rock. One Night ONLY then who know when they'll be back! Bring your dancing shoes, bring your appetite, bring your drinking money. We're going to treat you to a little taste of New Orleans, and Southern California, Hope y'all can make it!Save
We'll be busking the entire length of the INI FESTIVAL in Nashville. Come find us before we find you! We are coming and bringing hell with us, and that good old music we call dirty gypsy blues. Hide yo wife Hide yo kids. We coming for you and your money. Youre coming for good music and tattoos and cool cars! It's an even trade,.. We'll see you there!Tickets Save
Bio: D.on Darox is a modern nomad, who busked his way from Tennessee to Southern California, writing and performing across the South while finding the key players of the Melody Joy Bakers. Playing original music combining roots Americana with Gypsy swing and a New Orleans vibe, The Melody Joy Bakers ...See Full Bio
D.on Darox & The Melody Joy B... has a show on 07/24/2015 at 12:00 PM @ In... in Nashville, TN http://www.reverbnation.com/q/60d3zf #concert
“D.on Darox & The Melody Joy Bakers make Austin their home during SXSW A trio of traveling gypsy musicians has made Austin their temporary home this week.With cigarettes dangling loosely from their lips, D.on Darox & The Melody Joy Bakers flooded the corner of Sixth Street and Congress Avenue with a type of music they call “dirty gypsy blues.” The eccentric trio perform with a single drum, a white string bass and D.on Darox on accordion and vocals. Their sound is a mix of swing and Americana roots music with a New Orleans vibe, although they prefer to just call it “dirty gypsy blues.” The “dirty” in ”dirty gypsy blues” refers to Darox’s raspy vocals, and the “gypsy” alludes to the band’s nomadic lifestyle. “We just crash in different cities and play on the streets everywhere,” Darox said.The Melody Joy Bakers may be street performance veterans, but this is the trio’s first time at South By Southwest. Although they were temporarily hesitant because of the p”