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Old 05-27-2014, 04:13 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default J.B. Beverley

JB is one of the few guys still keeping the real country sound alive, and plays some badass tunes in my opinion. He's got three full length albums, granted, I've never heard the newest one in its entirety. "Dark Bar and a Jukebox" is the best of the two I've ever, which happens to be JB's debut. I highly suggest it if you've never heard it and you're into classic country.

By the way, JB is heavily influenced by bluegrass and uses a lot of banjo in his music, too.
If you're in the middle of the ocean with no flippers and no life preserver and you hear a helicopter, this is music. You have to adjust to your needs at the moment. -- Tom Waits
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