Saturday, October 12, 2013 • World's Fair Park • Knoxville, TN
~d~days~h~hours~m~minutes~s~seconds until Knoxville Brewer's Jam 2013
Stay tuned for our 2013 linup of music at the Jam.
Guy Marshall is Adam McNulty's mother's father. He lived in a time when America was great and life was simple. Adam writes all original folk songs that will make you feel like it's your story; simple, happy, sad. Life, in short. His wife Sarrenna began singing with him little by little starting August 2011. Since then, the desire to expand the sound became Guy Marshall. Adding three more pieces to the duo. Jamie Akins on piano, John Wright on bass, and Troy Rogers playing percussion. Even more recently, the well know around Knoxville, Eric Griffin of the Knox band The Young, has begun playing a couple songs here and there at the shows as well.
Hudson K weaves a kaleidoscope of sound using colors that range from exciting wall of sound rock to simple voice and piano: saloon hall whimsy, lyrical honesty, vocal harmony, strings, banjos, a Hammond organ, vintage pianos and trash-cans.
”...Hudson K is the real deal, a band with influences galore but a sound that is their own, a rare quality in this day of the doppelgangers haunting the charts and airwaves...“ Jim Sells, Enigma Magazine (Chattanooga, TN)
Born and raised in Bradford, TN, Harrison moved to Knoxville in 1995 to join The V-roys. After 3 albums and several world tours the band broke up on New Year’s Eve 1999. Afterwards Harrison polished up and released recordings he made in 1993 for his first solo album, Don't Bail. He then formed The Faults with guitarist Robbie Trosper who released their self-titled debut in 2001. That band was short-lived as Harrison joined Superdrag and Trosper formed The High Score. When Superdrag went on hiatus in 2003 Harrison returned to his solo career releasing his second album, Pallbearer's Shoes. His third album, Push Me On Home, credited to Mic Harrison & the High Score, consisting of Harrison and Trosper with drummer Brad Henderson and bassist Vance Hillard, appeared in 2007 followed by On The Right Side Of The Grass in 2008 and Great Commotion in 2010. With the addition of Chad Pelton to the band, Still Wanna Fight was released in the summer of 2012.
Based out of Knoxville, Tennessee and Hell Bent on World Domination. They arrived to Earth with a desire to time travel, saving great american songs for the benefit of children of the future. Their brand of FACE MELT rock has blessed many rooms acrossed the south-eastern United States and will continue expand both setlists and locations. As WINNERS of Knoxville's Battle of the Bands known as Sound Off, they have proved to a panel of esteemed judges that their brand of ROCK is likely to be a force to be reckoned with for many years to come.