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Slickwood Live

by Slickwood

An eclectic style of music recorded live at John Blanche Studios with Joe Koropsak (Recording Engineer). Great mixture of genres that create a cool sound to be enjoyed by the masses.. Album Artwork by Jill Ryals. Thank you all!! -Slickwood
Genre: Country: Bluegrass
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1. Chicken Biscuit
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2. Long Black Train (Cocaine Blues)
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3. Drive All Night
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4. Got My Love
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5. Heavy Rain
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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SlickWood Band Bio: Brian Mills - Banjo, Mandolin, Guitar, Vocals. Randy Ryals - Guitar, harmonica, Tambourine, Vocals. Taylor Raynor - Fiddle, Mandolin, Melodica, Vocals...
SlickWood came to light from the bluegrass blend of Brian Mills and the folk/jam of Randy Ryals. In Early 2012 the two St. Cloud, Florida musicians met and developed a music style of old school bluegrass and smooth jam/folk to create a Jamgrass roots sound.They have written many original tunes and a fan favorite in St. Cloud "Chicken Biscuit." By the Fall of 2012, Brian and Randy decided after playing many nights and open mic shows around St. Cloud, including The Cobblestone Cafe and Crescents Coffee & Tea, to venture their music out for others to enjoy. They also added fiddle/mandolin player Taylor Raynor, who Brian and Randy met while playing a show at the University of Central Florida. Taylor adds that mellow old country blend to Brian and Randy's music. Jamgrass Roots has become a popular phrase used by Slickwood fans to refer to the band's genre. This is a very, very enjoyable band that makes an Appalachian jam fest come alive! The trio is available for gigs, events and music festivals...


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