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Andrew Jameson

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Though in his mid twenties, this young man has already played shows across two hemispheres and in a war zone. While not dodging bullets and working on military aircraft, active duty airmen Andrew Jameson fuses the heart of southern rock with the style and attitude of alternative into a style that must be heard to […]

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Though in his mid twenties, this young man has already played shows across two hemispheres and in a war zone. While not dodging bullets and working on military aircraft, active duty airmen Andrew Jameson fuses the heart of southern rock with the style and attitude of alternative into a style that must be heard to be believed. With only a guitar in hand he has played venues of upwards to 400 people and he is just getting started.
With his guitar on his back and his best friends by his side, he started as most teenagers do in the music world, in a garage with practice amps and a small space heater to keep from freezing to death. Born in Georgia and raised in Delaware he was prepared for a life on the road, before he knew what the future had in store. After playing a few house parties and graduating, he joined the U.S. Air Force, something he was destined for, until music called his name once again. Six brutal weeks of basic training, and a few months in tech-school he was on a plane to the volatile island of Korea.
His first major show occurred in S. Korea where, along with his tight-knit military following, played to approximately 200 people and almost made the N. Koreans surrender with a few stanzas of melancholy and hope. Well, not quite. After the conclusion of his tour in S. Korea he made his way back to the U.S. in New Mexico where he became an immediate success. Starting out at an open mic at a bar called the Lounge, he once again built a small but dedicated fan base. He played here regularly and after a few short months played to a 400 person crowd.
However, because of his career in the US Air Force, he has relocated once again to Mountain Home, Idaho. Thus far, a few open mic session have already turned into an invitation to return, this time, for his own show.

www.facebook.com/pointatthesky

Pointatthesky@gmail.com

Mountain Home, Idaho


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    Kitchen Syncopation

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    Kitchen Syncopation plays a mix of jazz standards and jazzed up modern covers with just enough weirdness thrown in to keep you guessing.
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    Anthony, Lauryn and Mike have been playing music together in one form or another since meeting in The College of Idaho concert band.  The trio of saxophone, piano and drums formed in 2014 to play gigs that range from casual to classy.  Kitchen Syncopation throws an eccentric mix of musical influences together to create a style of jazz that encompasses more than your standard favorites.

    kitchensyncopation@gmail.com

    Bare Bones

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    The Bare Bones formed in July 2011. It started as a solo project for the work/writings of Chris Brock (Vocalist/Guitarist). He posted a video on facebook of him performing at the songwriters showcase at St. Chapels winery when Aaron Bossart (Percussion), who recognized him from high school, approached him and asked to jam together. The […]

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    Bare Bones

    The Bare Bones formed in July 2011. It started as a solo project for the work/writings of Chris Brock (Vocalist/Guitarist). He posted a video on facebook of him performing at the songwriters showcase at St. Chapels winery when Aaron Bossart (Percussion), who recognized him from high school, approached him and asked to jam together.

    The two took off when they started collaborating and practicing in Aaron’s basement. Using makeshift recording equipment and cheap gear bought with a good chunk of their life savings they mastered the songs Chris had written in a matter of weeks as a newly formed two piece band. The Bare Bones had their first official gig at the Flying M Coffee Garage on Friday, August 19, 2011, and have been working hard as young, gigging musicians ever since.
    Currently, The Bare Bones are composed of Singer/Songwriter/Guitarist: Chris Brock and Percussionist: Aaron Bossart. The Bare Bones bring together a fusion of genres like indie/blues/soul and alt. rock, and are influenced by a variety of groups like The Flaming Lips, The Black Keys, The Frames, Modest Mouse, Wilco, The Pixies, and countless, classic R&B soul artists like Otis Redding and Aretha Franklin. Aaron, having a near virtuoso talent as a drummer from his ”metal” days, brings a variety of beats to the table, providing a strong foundation for Chris, with his talents as a songwriter and a wannabe bluesman to really test the limits of what a two piece can do musically.

    Together The Bare Bones have brought a positive message to the Boise music scene, bringing waves of good vibes whenever they play live. They strive to always play a good show, make friends with whomever they meet and to always take responsibility for representing young musicians in a positive light.

    http://www.reverbnation.com/barebonesboise
    http://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Bare-Bones/192151070829181?sk=wall

    barebonesboise@gmail.com

    252 E. Rush Dr.
    Eagle, Idaho 83616

    The Sunritual

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    My musical journey started in middle school. I started guitar lessons and it became my passion!!! From then on, not a day went by when a guitar was not in my hands. After several years of lessons, I began to feel the need to create my own work. I experiemented with writing songs, worked on […]

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    The Sunritual

    My musical journey started in middle school. I started guitar lessons and it became my passion!!! From then on, not a day went by when a guitar was not in my hands. After several years of lessons, I began to feel the need to create my own work. I experiemented with writing songs, worked on forming various bands, and performed solo shows at coffee houses etc. This work lead to the formation of Funk&Gonzo, a indie, rock, hip-hop band. Five years of hard work, co-writing two albums, and performing in live shows at regular intervals was rewarding and an amazing growing experience. At the same time, I felt as if I wasn’t being true to my own personal music passion. On the side, I began working on a new project, as the front man for Sex Dragon. For a year, I played in both bands. A change was needed! I pulled up roots and headed out of state to Boise and or Moscow to focus on other musical ventures. NXNW!!!!!!

    www.soundcloud.com/theSunritual

    vigaholics@gmail.com

    Meridian, ID