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Tue. March 20, 2012
Reverend Peyton's Big Damn Band | Salem, VA |
Presented By Growler's American Grill & Venue

Minimum age
for this event is:

21+

Venue Information


Awful Arthur's Salem (MAP)
1302 W Main St. , VA
Salem, VA
US 24153

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Event Information:
540-777-0007

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The Reverend Peyton's Big Damn Band is a three-piece American country blues band from Brown County, Indiana. They play more than 250 dates per year at venues ranging from bars to festivals. To date, they have released seven albums, the most recent is Peyton on Patton a tribute to blues pioneer Charlie Patton.
Members

Reverend J. Peyton – guitar, lead vocals, and principal songwriter

On stage he plays a rusty 1930 steel bodied National guitar, a 1934 wood bodied National Trojan Resonator guitar and a 1994 reproduction of a 1929 Gibson acoustic. He has recently added a 3 string cigar box guitar to his stage collection. Peyton uses no outboard gear other than a three input switch box between his guitars and the amplifier. He is a noted proponent of Fingerstyle guitar, playing the bass line of songs with his thumb while simultaneously playing the melody, the melody of a different song or a round.

Washboard Breezy Peyton – Washboard

She plays the washboard using golf gloves, to which thimbles have been attached. Her aggressive playing style results in the band selling fragments of broken and burnt washboard at the merchandise table at their concerts.

Aaron Cuz Persinger – drums

He plays a small drum kit, augmented with a five gallon plastic bucket fitted with drum hardware. The band claims they are the only rock band with a bucket endorsement deal.