Links to more RPBDB content
Big Damn Band on Instagram – Instant amazing pics uploaded by The Rev. himself.
Big Damn Band on YouTube – our OFFICIAL YouTube Channel. Please Subscribe!
Big Damn Band on Twitter – Follow us for cool pics, updates, and funny stuff.
Big Damn Band on Facebook – Check it out, and come be our friend.
Big Damn Band new Podcast – FREE podcast on iTunes, Google Play, and with our friends at https://www.bigoanddukes.com.
People and things we endorse as awesome
Weber Speakers – Rev. Peyton proudly plays Weber Speakers and Amps. They built beautiful custom amps for The Rev. that you can see in action at shows.
National Guitars – National Resophonic Guitars, check out Rev.’s custom resonators.
Fleming Pickups – Creator of many of Rev.’s custom pickups and guitars!
Flatpup Pickups– Many of Rev’s resonators sport a Flatpup or a Sixtus pickup. Very funky and the thinnest pickup on the planet. Will fit under any strings, and over the top of resonators!
Thirty Tigers – Cool Nashville, TN label that helps us release records!
James Connor – Dear friend, Amazing Artist, and fellow Brown County crazy person!
Brown County, IN – The Peyton’s live in Brown County, IN. Check out this amazing story about Indiana’s least populated county, and check out the sheriff”s log as well. Always entertaining.
Links to members of our Blues Revolution Tour
Dom Flemons – The American Songster! Dynamic performer, scholar and gentleman.
Alvin Youngblood Hart – Rock and Roll is on life support, and Alvin might save us all! And he plays some killer country blues. Big influence on a young Rev. Peyton.
James “Jimbo” Mathus – Former Squirrel Nut Zipper and sideman for Buddy Guy. His music is killer and very diverse, but it is rooted in Mississippi Boogie. I don’t think anyone in the world has as much fun as Jimbo and his Uncle Guy. Be on the look out for some RPBDB recordings floating around from Jimbo’s Delta Recording Studio.
Dex Romweber – BORN THE 7th SON OF A COAL MINER’S DAUGHTER in 1966, Dexter Romweber has grown up to become nothing less than an icon of the American music underground.
Rob McCoury – Possibly the greatest living banjo player, son of Del McCoury, and member of the Travelin’ McCoury’s… Rob sat in with a few of the Roots Revolution Tour shows and left us all speechless.