The Reverend Peyton’s Big Damn Band

The Reverend Peyton’s Big Damn Band

The Reverend Peyton’s Big Damn Band bridges genres and eras with an intensity and effortlessness few contemporary artists possess. And their latest album So Delicious elevates the trio’s work to a new level. Produced by Rev. Peyton, So Delicious, offers the band’s most diverse collection of songs buoyed by the Rev.’s supercharged six-string virtuosity — a unique style of fingerpicking inspired by his Delta blues heroes, but taken to new, original heights.

The fifth full-length original album by the group is their debut on Yazoo Records, a label known for the historic reissues of blues and other old time American music that are the bedrock inspiration for the Rev.’s sound and approach.

Hank Topless

RIYL: Merle Haggard, Charlie Pride and George Jones

Sonoran desert born and bred. Acoustic, sometimes electric, nobody knows when, doesn’t matter why. Progressive hybrid of hard 60’s Nashville and early country blues, with a generous helping of outlaw country for good measure. Loved by little hipster kids and elders alike. Will and do travel.

Made the rounds of local radio and TV…sat in with the great Les Paul (October, 2005)…had breakfast at 1AM with the inimitable Kinky Friedman, after opening for him in Tucson…was the diva Linda Ronstadt’s gardener. Others with whom I’ve shared stages include the Split Livers, Reverend Payton’s Big Damn Band, Al Perry, Junior Brown, and Calexico.

Seasoned entertainer with an appetite for risk. Sad songs, bad songs, death songs, love songs, get-lost songs, come-back songs, weird songs. Moody, mercurial, shoots too much from the hip, whatever. Deal with it, you’ll be glad you did.

Then, there’s HANK TOPLESS BAND: full-service hard-country honkytonk blues featuring Loren Dircks on guitar, Dave Roads on bass, Freddy Parish on drums, Big Jake on pedal steel. Since adding Jake in the Fall of 2016, the sound has really expanded…we’ve done some really fun shows, including our very successful (sold-out) tribute to Merle Haggard for Lonely Street Productions, and a blast opening for Junior Brown at the Rialto in Tucson, June 2016. Hire this band. We’ll split your audience up into little pieces.

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