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About The Peach Truck Republic
Instrumental rock music fused with defining moments of improvisation, seamless transitions, storytelling, harmony singing, and the persistent notion of combining genres primarily associated with the southThe Peach Truck is often described along those lines. Best known for the diversity of their music if not for their musicianship, they say most of what’s happened along their way just came with the territory. Oklahoma, Arkansas, Louisiana, the Mexicos (New and Old) and the Gulf Coastwe Texans are nestled in a wonderfully unique hub of history, and as such geography tends to have its way with the tunes we play. Jazz, blues, folk, country, bluegrass and rock all lumped togetherThe Peach Truck Republic is a band that has come into its own by making good use of whatever it puts its hands on, and doing so it thrives, both in the studio and on the stage, now for more than a decade.
Fluid interaction, improvisational jams, feature length instrumentals, alternating lead vocalists, a cappella insertions, three and four part vocal harmonies, dual lead guitars, full on percussion, and a constant rotation of guest musiciansthey’re Fort Worth’s workingman’s jamband and enjoy a ranking reputation among the region’s most talented of touring acts. From triple-length concept records to 3 and 4 minute slices of Americana, their studio efforts have run the gamut and been met the world over with much acclaim. They write good songs. They put together quality records. They explore, develop, and experience their music in different ways every time they do a show. Studio and stagethese are the Peach Truck hemispheres of existence. They are distinct yet connected. They are independent yet inseparable. And within the ebb and flow of those two worlds one may take hold of the unique language that is shared among these friendsJustin Cook, Wes Dismuke, Justin Broderick, Jerry Jewell, and Evan Jones. They find it at home in their studio. They find it on the stage when they take to the road. And when those two things are put together, they call it Southern Harmony and Jam Music for the Soul.
Celebrate what would have been the Queen of Soul’s 76th birthday, with Aretha Franklin’s 1971 performance at the Montreux Jazz Festival.
‘The Allman Brothers Band: Fillmore West 1971’ will be previewed by Warren Haynes & Stef Scamardo all week long on SiriusXM’s Jam On in honor of the group’s 50th anniversary.
Arizona-based jam quartet Spafford will mix headlining dates and festival appearances this summer.
Widespread Panic filled Sunday night’s setlist with surprises and threw a bunch of jams into their Capitol Theatre finale. ScottyB shares his take along with Adam McCullough’s photos and pro-shot video of the entire show.
Phish bassist Mike Gordon led his five-piece on 50 unique songs over the course of four nights in Cambridge. Listen to Saturday’s show featuring special guest Trey Anastasio.