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Browsing: Reverend Peyton’s Big Damn Band
A discussion with Dom Flemons is a master class in blues, country blues, folk, and how all those forms connect. In part one of our interview, we learn about the American Songster’s favorite artists, how Arizona shapes his sound, what he’s currently working on, his radio show, and much more!
Make plans to be at the crossroads by hook or crook to catch all the action that’s happening in a town that knows how to give the blues its due.
Full-length, ‘Dance Songs for Hard Times,’ produced by Vance Powell (four-time Grammy Award winner, veteran of Chris Stapleton and Jack White) spent two weeks at #1 and seven weeks in the Top 20 on the Billboard Blues Chart
The lion’s share of the album was written by candlelight and then, with the encouragement of 4X GRAMMY-winning producer Vance Powell (Chris Stapleton, Jack White) recorded using the best technology available . . . in the 1950s.
This unique tour showcases the best their genres have to offer and culminates every night in a special jam session with all three artists.
‘Poor Until Payday’ is the group’s second offering on their own Family Owned Records label through Thirty Tigers.
New album produced by Rev. Peyton for the historic Yazoo label
raises the bar for the group’s genre-spanning sound and songwriting.
Street date is February 17, 2015.
The streets of Clarksdale, Mississippi were filled with smiles, art, the smell of fresh BBQ, and the best blues music in the world
The Juke Joint Festival, Thursday, April 11th through Saturday, April 16th, in Clarksdale, Mississippi is the unofficial blues festival season kickoff, and American Blues Scene will be covering the event in it’s entirety!
We sat down with Reverend Peyton to talk about his new album, Between The Ditches, his “revolutionary” new underground blues tour featuring Alvin Youngblood Hart & Jimbo Mathis, delta blues finger picking giant Charley Patton!