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J.D. King

Here's J.D. King

Jul. 29, 2008
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Los Angeles based musician J.D. King is a man of few words on Myspace. But his recent release speaks for itself.  King introduces himself with warm vocals, seamless lyrics and plays pure acoustic guitar, harmonica and flute. And with six band mates tossing around more than whistles, drums and mandolins, the listener is left remembering King's name. "Blackberry Road," with its catchy hook and fiddles is the strongest track; "Peppermint Dream" is a sweet banjo serenade and "Two Six Pack's A Day" peeks "deep inside the glass to forget the past." King is an artist on the rise and this dose of classic country is surely destined to brighten up your summer more than the sunshine.


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