Latest Reverend Peyton’s Big Damn Band Setlist
The Reverend Peyton’s Big Damn Band at The Knitting Factory
- My Old Man Boogie
- You Can't Steal My Shine
- Boll Weevil
- Pot Roast and Kisses
- Devils Look Like Angels
- Poor Until Payday
- Clap Your Hands
- Glory Glory
- Banty Rooster
Reverend Peyton with Dom Flemons and JD Wilkes
- I'm Gonna Live Anyhow Until I Die
- Old Jim Canaan
Reverend Peyton's Big Damn Band, Dom Flemons, and JD Wilkes
- Roundin' Up Girls All Day
- Give Me Back My Wig
- Two Bottles of Wine
About Reverend Peyton’s Big Damn Band
There aint no drawn out electric solos here. No broke down jukebox covers and no worn-out wayfarer sunglasses. There aint no formal bass and there sure as hell wont be any Stevie. No, that just aint gonna work around here. But there will be the chatter of a well-worn washboard. And a 30s era dobro slidin and cuttin on through the night. Now and again therell be the sweet sound of a gorgeous old Gibson dancing its way through a little finger-style tune. And that beat. Oh that beat! Now there will most certainly be a beat. Therell be a beat so infectious itll cut right through to your soul and leave you wondering what hit you for days. Yes, youre fixin to hear some of the most authentic roots blues this side of 1929 from none other than The Reverend Peytons Big Damn Band.
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