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The Music Blog 40wattgigolo.com labeled award winning Jack Yoder “an undiscovered American Treasure”. His sets work their way through Americana and finger-style Blues that draw you into a lifetime of experiences expressed in song and storytelling. Guitarist/Singer/Songwriter Jack Yoder is a solo acoustic Americana/Blues artist.
Over the past couple of years Jack has opened up for such National Acts as Charlie Daniels, Whitey Morgan, Wayne Hancock, Deer Tick, American Aquarium, Uncle Lucius, Two Cow Garage, The Wiyos, Michale Graves (The Misfits), The SuperSuckers, Hellbound Glory and Tim Barry.
In 2015 he started Georgetown Sound Recording Studio and followed that with the launch of Southbound Records in 2016 with the release of the first single (a cover of Hank Williams Six More Miles) by Jack Yoder & The Ramblin’ Shakes. He is currently working on a new album of original material (with drummer Vito Lella & bass player Rusty Byrd) and a live recording (featuring Scooter James and Dan Kamis). Both slated for release at the end of 2016. Advance previews of some of these recordings can be streamed on his reverbnation site.
Recent releases include the award winning independent release, Songs We Don't Know, Jack Yoder & The 2 Piece Suit (2012), and a solo EP Music Flows North, on 40 Watt Records (2015).
Jack is also a member of the Denver based band Ol Hickory. An outlaw country band fresh off their debut release (Scarecrow) on Roll The Jacks Records (2016).
This extremely versatile Guitarist/Singer/Songwriter moved to Colorado in 2011 from New Orleans and now makes his home in Georgetown at 8,500 ft high up in the Rockies. Jack is a seasoned artist playing more than 100+ live shows a year. His original material is heavily influenced by Americana acts such as Robert Earl Keen, John Prine, Guy Clark, Hayes Carll, Steve Earle, The Turnpike Troubadours and The Drive By Truckers. Red Dirt acts, the likes of Reckless Kelly, Cross Canadian Ragweed and Stoney LaRue. And Blues artists such as Muddy Waters, Lightnin Hopkins and R.L Burnside.