The Reverend Peyton's Big Damn Band
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  • Something For Nothing
    Genre: Americana
    MP3 (03:40) [8.41 MB]
  • Devils Look Like Angels
    Genre: Americana
    MP3 (02:47) [6.37 MB]
  • Big Blue Chevy 72
    Genre: Americana
    MP3 (04:07) [9.42 MB]
  • We'll Get Through
    Genre: Americana
    MP3 (03:49) [8.72 MB]
  • Easy Come Easy Go
    Genre: Americana
    MP3 (03:47) [8.68 MB]
  • Brokedown Everywhere
    Genre: Americana
    MP3 (03:24) [7.77 MB]
  • Between The Ditches
    Genre: Americana
    MP3 (03:14) [7.4 MB]
  • Shut The Screen
    Genre: Americana
    MP3 (02:54) [6.65 MB]
  • I Don't Know
    Genre: Americana
    MP3 (03:56) [9 MB]
  • Shake 'Em Off Like Fleas
    Genre: Americana
    MP3 (03:45) [8.59 MB]
  • Brown County Bound
    Genre: Americana
    MP3 (02:57) [6.77 MB]
  • Don't Grind It Down
    Genre: Americana
    MP3 (03:20) [7.63 MB]
  • The Money Goes
    Genre: Americana
    MP3 (04:30) [10.3 MB]
  • Move Along Mister
    Genre: Americana
    MP3 (02:23) [5.46 MB]
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Biography
Video - Something For Nothing:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F4iLkdaK_uo


Focus Tracks: "Something For Nothing", "Devils Look Like Angels", "Big Blue Chevy 72"

Roaring out of the southern Indiana foothills comes Reverend Peyton‘s Big Damn Band playing a brand of Americana and Blues that stands alone - Delta blues and hillbilly fervor combine with musical acuity sharp as razor wire - this trio is a force to be reckoned with. Their new album Between The Ditches is a chronicle of this lifestyle. Their fifth album celebrates the growl of a good truck engine, the fiercest passion for their country home and the importance of family. The uncanny ability to breathe new life into old forms of music give the Big Damn Band a pedigree many Americana acts would kill for and an ironclad work ethic keeps them on the road playing for the people with hurricane force. Locked in with an audience, the band create their own community and welcome the crowd into it, transporting them away from their troubles to joyous release, the way great musicians have done for centuries. The Rev. J. Peyton, his wife Breezy and distant cousin Aaron “Cuz“ Persinger are a living breathing embodiment of the traditions and hard work ethic native to their Brown County, Indiana home.

With a reputation for their incendiary live shows well established, The Big Damn Band set out to make the album that would finally capture the same heat. Recorded at White Arc Studio in Bloomington, Indiana, the album was produced by The Rev. Peyton and Paul Mahern (John Mellencamp, Iggy Pop) and mastered by Brian Lucey (Black Keys, Dr. John, Shins). For previous albums, the band had recorded live, straight through in the same mode as a live show. Between The Ditches came together more slowly, with care. “We approached it saying we were going to make a record this time, not just a recording,” explained the Rev. He used a different guitar set up on almost every track, employing two ‘30s National guitars, a cigar box guitar, a custom shop Gibson flattop 1929 L2 and an Airline map electric guitar. The primary amps are custom Weber amps made by Weber speakers – both are one of a kind.

Between The Ditches features a new level of craftsmanship in both recording technique and songwriting. The guitar playing alone should put the Rev. in the same class with his much revered idols. The songwriting boasts an added maturity and runs the gamut in subject matter from the barn burning, tongue in cheek, “Shut the Screen”, (where “It’s too dang hot and the bugs are too dang mean“) to the evils of strip mining, an issue close to the hearts of this Indiana band in, “Don‘t Grind It Down”. There seems to be a theme expressed throughout the album and stated clearly in the first track “Devils Look Like Angels”: “Devil don’t live down in hell, the devil’s right here doing very well.“
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  • Members:
    Rev. Peyton, Breezy Peyton, Aaron "cuz" Persinger
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    10/17/12
  • Profile Last Updated:
    02/25/19 14:07:01

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