On Saturday, January 16, Possum Jenkins and The Worthless Son-In-Laws will join forces in an unholy alliance of country, rock, folk, and a bunch of other stuff. Our mission is to take over Boone Saloon with stinging guitars, wailing harmonies and some nasty harmonica. Real nasty.
On Friday, November 27, The Garage in Winston-Salem will put down the sweet potato casserole long enough to again host an evening with Possum Jenkins. Our annual post-Thanksgiving show has been happening in the Twin Cities for more than a decade and they're always a blast. Bring the who fam damily and enjoy a little post-dinner Possum!
On Saturday, September 26, Possum Jenkins and some friends will host the 2nd Annual Carolina Ramble & Reunion just outside of Boone in the Bethel area of Watauga County, NC. This very special event will feature live music, games, food, fun and camping for all ages!! Performers include Possum Jenkins, Alexa Rose, The Worthless Son-in-Laws, Soul Benefactor, Hilltop Riot, The Menders, Spice Creek Ramblers, Through The Hills and more!! Enjoy fun, games, food, camping and fellowship!! BYOB, 12 pack limit or 1.5 liters of wine.
On Saturday, September 26th, Possum Jenkins will host the 2nd Annual Carolina Ramble & Reunion at Brayshaw Farm in Bethel, NC. Stay tuned for more details...
On Friday, August 28th, Possum Jenkins will return to Blowing Rock for the first time in many years when they make their Best Cellar debut!! The show is FREE of charge, open to all ages, and will start at 5:00 p.m.
Sounds Like: Pullman Strike, The Amigos Band, The Coal Men
Manager: Dave Brewer
Bio: It's easy enough to lump Possum Jenkins in amongst the Americana bands with whom they share a passion for country-influenced rock (or vice versa). Listen long enough however, and it becomes apparent that the Winston-Salem and Boone-based quintet is more than capable of fusing numerous Southern mu...See Full Bio
Dave Willis, Jared Church, Nate Turner, Brent Buckner, Dave Brewer
“Possum Jenkins has always made music for the love of the music, Brewer said. “We’ve never felt like making the leap to being a full-time, national band was best for us and our families. But we still love playing together and want to do it as often as we can. … We’re proud that our sound has always been really eclectic and that it reflects our love of soul, blues, country and rock ’n’ roll. We have lots of strong influences, but we’ve been able to create a sound that is really ours and not anybody else’s. When we look back at our body of work so far, there’s a lot more grinning than cringing.””