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Thursday, November 17, 2011

"On the Horizon" - The Jobe Wilson Band ~ Anahuac, Texas - Podcast

"The Jobe Wilson Band"
Anahuac, Texas

Let's travel out to East Texas for this "On The Horizon" band... I'm talkin' Anahuac, Texas.  A small town located between Houston and Winnie.  The band is named from a long stretch of East Texas road called Jobe Wilson Road...

I know the area well, did a lot of traveling after Hurricane Katrina out in that area, wish I'd known about the band back then, I'd definitely have stopped in to catch a show.  Great sound, great lyrics and I'll bet the stage presence of this band from Anahuac is surely a crowd pleaser.  Drop in to the band connection links below and keep up with "The Jobe Wilson Band", and pick up a copy of their latest CD.  ~Jeff/TOR

"Well you know, I think we all wanted to be in a country band," says Casey Royer the lead singer of the Houston based Southern rock group the Jobe Wilson Band which came together in the summer of 2010. "And honestly I believe there are slight traces of it in there still, its just not what came out when this line-up came together," which also consists of Kevin Choate(bass), Lee Nuckols(lead guitar), Ryan Dickson(lead guitar), and Anthony Comeaux(drums). 

The band which sounds like a mixture of Lynyrd Skynyrd and Cross Canadian Ragweed with their own original take on the Southern sound have shared the stage with the likes of Hayes Carll, Ryan Bingham, Walt Wilkins, The Pear Ratz, Dirty River Boys, Brison Bursey, Curtis Grimes, Jamie Richards and many others.  

Come out and see the band at their best, which is playing live and let them take you on a musical rollercoaster with burners like Fish and Bread to ballads like Jubilee and Hardline

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