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Our first show at Lefty's! We can't wait to play in Des Moines newest bad ass music VENUE! please come join us! Hopefully we will have some EP's available. Fingers crossed...
The Grapevine is a small intimate venue based around great people, great music & a great listening experience! This will be a nice one of a kind JC&DG's event! With free 1 of a kind souvenirs from the band! If you'd like to attend, email firstname.lastname@example.org ASAP for more information...RSVPs REQUIRED BYOB
show starts around 9pm
Happy New Year!
We go on @ 6:45pm! www.desmoinesmc.com/full-lineup-announced-for-little-big-fest-feat-the-soul-rebels-november-15th/
Sounds Like: Social Distortion, Steve Earle
Label: High Octane Records
Manager: Bonita Crowe Owner Music Management/Booking/Marketing Da'Vine Entertainment 208 NE 45th Lane Ankeny, IA 50021 (515) 314-4472 email@example.com
Bio: Jacob County & The Damaged Goods is an explosive and energetic 4 piece from Des Moines, Iowa. As a native of Iowa, Jacob County only thinks it fair that The Damaged Goods be considered the pioneers of “corn punk”, which is his interpretation of mixing traditional rock ‘n’ roll with elements of pu...See Full Bio
“The Damaged Goods are a rock and roll country/blues band, led by a fella named Jacob. This guy writes fantastic songs that are familiar but not derivative. The tunes are fresh and clearly come straight from Jacob’s heart and head. When I saw the band, the thing that really made me fall in the love was the creative and spirited musicianship, technically impressive but also unique and not entirely safe. This comes through particularly in Jacob’s guitar solos, which are fun and groovy as all get out. The band’s drummer, Dirk Newton, is a true rock and roll lifer, with a lot of years under his belt and the showmanship to prove it. This is the kind of drummer that puts a little heat into his beat. This band will make you want to buy them drinks, and they probably won’t turn them down.”