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Jericho Woods All You Need To Know

Jericho Woods All You Need To Know

Their music speaks to people who have been left behind by genre labels

Kentucky has always been known for Bluegrass & Bourbon, but the roots of Jericho Woods run far deeper into the veins of the musical culture of this region.   Jericho Woods fuses the Grand Ole Opry with Muscle Shoals. A musical experience that only boys brought up in this diverse commonwealth could produce. With influences ranging from outlaw country, jam bands, roots rock, to folk & bluegrass, Jericho Woods take the best of all and craft their own unique blend.

Get to know CMTT’s New & Noteworthy Artist Jericho Woods:

Current Single / Project:   Better Now (single)

Musical Influences:  John Cougar, Tom Petty, Foo Fighters, Ralph Stanley, R.E.M, Hootie and the Blowfish

Personal Influences:  Our dads and granddads, Wendell Berry, Dave Grohl, Mark Twain, Kerouac

Why You Should Be Listening:The music speaks to people who have been left behind by genre labels and commercial leanings. Just great roots rock music about regular folks, by regular folks.

Social Media:
FB: Jerichowoodsband /  TW: @jerichowoods / Insta: jerichowoodsband

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