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J. Roddy Walston and the Business

Specializing in a classic-sounding Southern rock/Americana style that emphasizes songs and danceable kinetics over empty hipness and trendy pop gimmicks, J. Roddy Walston and the Business formed in Cleveland, Tennessee in 2002, moving north to Baltimore, Maryland two years later in 2004. After a couple of lineup changes, the band solidified as a classic rock four-piece with J. Roddy Walston handling lead vocals (as well as playing guitar and piano), Billy Gordon on guitar and additional vocals, Logan Davis on bass, and Steve Colmus on drums. J. Roddy Walston and the Business' live shows have garnered them a large following wherever they play or tour. The band released an EP, LMNEP, in 2005, following it with a self-released full-length, Hail Mega Boys, in 2007. Another short-form release, Digital EP, arrived in June of 2010, with a self-titled full-length album, J. Roddy Walston and the Business, appearing from Vagrant Records a month later. A third full-length studio album, Essential Tremors, arrived in the fall of 2013. ~ Steve Leggett
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J. Roddy Walston and the Business

Top Songs by
J. Roddy Walston and the Business

  1.   Song
  2.   Don't Break the Needle
  3.   Caroline
  4.   Take It As It Comes
  5.   Use Your Language
  6.   Heavy Bells
  7.   Used to Did
  8.   Marigold
  9.   Brave Man's Death
  10.   Hard Times
  11.   I Don't Wanna Hear It
  12.   Pigs in Pearls
  13.   Same Days
  14.   Nobody Knows
  15.   Uh Oh Rock 'n' Roll
  16.   Nineteen Ought Four
  17.   Boys Can Never Tell
  18.   Full Growing Man
  19.   Stop Rip and Roll
  20.   Sally Bangs
  21.   Picnics and Kisses
  22.   Rock and Roll, Pt. 2
  23.   Generic In Love
  24.   Midnight Cry
  25.   Sweat Shock
  26.   Don't Get Old
  27.   Go Malachi
  28.   I'll Tell You What
  29.   I Think of You
  30.   Black Light
  31.   Go For It
  32.   Tear Jerk
  33.   Times They Are a Staying
  34.   Mommie Bomb

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