Bass player relocates from Portland, Oregon, to Kansas City...
HIGHLIGHTS (and shameless plugs. Hire me.):
Associated with "The James Low Western Front," "Maria the Mexican," "Brothers and Sister," "The Imprints," "Rob Stroup and the Blame," "Connie Hawkins and the Blueswreckers," "Blue 88," "6 Degrees West," "Green River Kings."
Opened for Phil Lesh and Friends at Terrapin Crossroads (Brothers and Sister)
Opened for Trace Adkins and John Michael Montgomery (6 Degrees West)
Played with Boyd Tinsley (Dave Matthews Band)
The James Low Western Front "Whiskey Farmer" was named by the Telegraph U.K. as the 6th best roots release in 2012: : http://www.telegraph.co.uk/culture/music/worldfolkandjazz/9754112/10-great-roots-albums-of-2012.html
Toured Ireland / UK in support of "Whiskey Farmer," Exposure included BBC 1 (300,000 listeners) (with James Low Western Front)
Licensed song-placement in the tv series, "How I Met Your Mother" (The Imprints, 2005)
Toured extensively, including Alaska (and showcase, then encore performance at Alaska State Fair).
Recognized as top background vox / bassist in Portland http://oregonmusicnews.com/bestof2010/
Creator of "Brothers and Sister," an Allman Brothers Band tribute (2013-present).
"Hot 'lanta" by Allman Brothers Band tribute, "Brothers and Sister."
"Ooh Las Vegas" (Gram Parsons) as performed by The James Low Western Front.
An evening with Boyd Tinsley (from the Dave Matthews Band) .
Naomi Hooley at Aladdin Theater (sold out).
James Low Western Front title video from "Whiskey Farmer."
James Low Western Front
Brothers and Sister
Maria the Mexican
Connie Hawkins and the Blueswreckers
6 Degrees West
Green River Kings
Rob Stroup and the Blame
Moody Little Sister
Kim Deal/The Breeders
Scotland Barr and the Slow Drags
Miss Sarah Says
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