MP3 Black Bottom Biscuits - Moonshiner´s Daughter
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10 MP3 Songs
COUNTRY: Bluegrass, COUNTRY: Traditional Country
The Black Bottom Biscuits
The Biscuit story begins in a 1959 El Camino- a silver one with the fins, chrome trim, and a black interior. It was Granddaddy Rogerson's truck, and after Sunday dinner, two young boys named Arnie and Darryl Jones would spend hours sitting in it listening to Hank William's Greatest Hits on the 8-track tape player. Grandfather Jones had an 8-track too, and at his house, the boys would listen to Lester Flatt & Earl Scruggs over and over. Their great uncles were in a working country and bluegrass band that would play almost every 4th of July at the family reunion. Mom was and Elvis fan and all of this music became the soundtrack of life for two boys growing up in the midlands of South Carolina.
As they became young men the Jones boys taught themselves to play guitar, and after high school both were performing at parties and bars in various rock bands. Life took the brothers in different directions for a while, but in the late 1990's, both lived in the Columbia area and they started playing acoustic music together. A couple of times a year, the brothers would get together with old friends Van Abernathy and J.D. Holt at Lake Marion and have long jam sessions around the kitchen table doing country, bluegrass, gospel, and rockabilly tunes together.
As time went by, the boys were having so much fun and getting such a good response from people that they decided to get a little more serious about making music together. Regular rehearsals started, and in early 2002 the Black Bottom Biscuits began performing as a band. In their first two years, the Biscuits have found themselves playing all kinds of shows, from birthday parties, barbeques, church groups, and biker bars to music festivals and charity events. In the fall of 2003 the band released their first CD entitled "Moonshiner's Daughter", which features 10 original songs and includes several crowd-pleasers from their live show such as "The Doublewide That Love Left Behind", "The Cat, This Dog, & Me", and "Fish Beer".
Van Abernathy: Bass guitar, harmonica.
Arnie Jones: Lead & background vocals, mandolin, rhythm & lead guitar, harmonica.
Darryl Jones: Lead & background vocals, lead & rhythm guitar, mandolin.
J.D. Holt: Rhythm guitar, train whistle, kazoo.
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