Jason Eady & The Wayward Apostles | Wild Eyed Serenade

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Wild Eyed Serenade

by Jason Eady & The Wayward Apostles

A cross blend of genres that includes folk-rock, blues, bluegrass, and country that combine to form an original and fresh roots sound
Genre: Country: Americana
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1. Wild-Eyed Serenade
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2. Confidently Wrong
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3. Back To Jackson
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4. Redemption
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5. Before I Was Dead
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6. Rise
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7. I Will
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8. I'll Be Home Tomorrow
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9. Unsteady Ground
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10. Forgive Me
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11. Waiting To Shine
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12. Walking In Jerusalem
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Album Notes
Jason Eady is a singer-songwriter whose music is a distillation of country, bluegrass, blues, gospel, folk and Southern rock, but in essence is roots all the way, with organic arrangements, genuine lyrics, and strong lead and harmony vocals, no matter what style of song he is writing.

Originally from Jackson, Miss., Eady started playing guitar at age 13, played in various cover bands around the state, and reveled in exposure to Mississippi’s varied musical genres. It all worked to infuse his music – through his days in Nashville, the re-ignition of his dream to touch listeners’ hearts and minds with his original songs after a stint as a U.S. Air Force translator, and his August 2005 debut album, FROM UNDERNEATH THE OLD, which was produced by Texas songwriter Walt Wilkins and instrumentalist Tim Lorsch and which peaked at 9 on XM Channel 12 (X Country).

The same month Eady would meet musicians that would become his next touring and studio band. Scott Davis of The Woodlands moved to Fort Worth to attend TCU and graduated with a degree in radio-TV-film-video, playing in several Dallas-Fort Worth area bands including Woodeye, Chatterton and Quaker City. He plays guitar, mandolin, accordion, Dobro, lap steel and banjo and sings harmony vocals.

Kenny Smith, from Dallas-Fort Worth, has been playing drums professionally for more than 10 years, playing in Woodeye and Chatterton with Davis. Six months after meeting Smith at a private party, where the two played some impromptu songs together, Eady began putting together a band, and Smith was the first person he called.

Bass player Jordan Kiener was a perfect fit, too; he had moved to Denton to further his musical career after attending the University of Tulsa for Instrumental Music Education, playing clarinet and bass. He answered Eady’s ad and was the only person auditioned, after band members heard his playing and high harmonies.

Together the quartet is Jason Eady & The Wayward Apostles, so named to spread the word about the band’s roots-music origins while putting its own spin on tradition. From different musical backgrounds and incorporating them all, theirs is a unique sound.

Touring regionally and nationally for the past year with cuts from its upcoming album, WILD EYED SERENADE, has earned the band airplay on Americana stations. It was tracked live in one open room to give it a live and authentic roots sound.

Eady continues to stay true to his roots music and touching audiences with its honesty and inspiration – the thing he’s always wanted to do


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