See the Music Video for the Song “Raise a Little Hell” Below… from our new album “So Delicious” that comes out on February 17th!
|“New Album “So Delicious” coming February 17th on Yazoo Records!
Pre-Order at store.bigdamnband.com
“The opening guitar chords on Raise a Little Hell; are so dirty they could be illegal in certain countries; and Peyton’s voice manages to make Tom Waits sound a little sissy during four minutes of absolute fun and games that will be the song of my Summer”Read a whole review at NO DEPRESSION
Preview song “Let’s Jump a Train” here at Pop Matters… Click Here
Preview song “Music and Friends” at Glide Magazine… Click Here
“His playing style melded the delicate elements of Mississippi John Hurt’s music, the vocal anguish and slash-and-burn acoustic slide styles of Charley Patton and Son House, the rebelliousness and everyman storytelling of folk icon Woody Guthrie, and a hint of Americana rock of the kind performed by Scarecrow era John Mellencamp, also a Southern Indiana native. -Will Romano, BLUES REVUE MAGAZINE
“… the reincarnated Mississippi moan of guys like Son House… a burly soul punishing the senses with a Deltapunk attack and a heavy helping of rural realism. You can’t ignore his Big Damn Band’s gospel.” — Elmore Magazine
“The tent revival, almost punk energy of the Big Damn Band is a refreshing splash of coldwater to the face. Between The Ditches doesn’t keep it in the road – it takes up both lanes as it barrels along.” — Living Blues
“The latest from Reverend Peyton’s Big Damn Band, Between The Ditches on SideOneDummy Records is, in short, a revelation. An amazingly well crafted, controlled explosion of talent, the range and depth of the music performed by the trio is remarkable.” – American Blues Scene
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