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The HVmusic JukeboxListen to selected songs from local Hudson Valley musicians. Musicians — add your songs for free.
The HVmusic JukeboxListen to selected songs from local Hudson Valley musicians.
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BandwerkzYour Free Band Management Tool
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James Reams & The Barnstormers  ... is a Band performing Bluegrass, Americana, and Folk/Traditional music.

A bluegrass band that was nominated by the International Bluegrass Music Association in 2002 as Emerging Artist of the Year, James Reams & The Barnstormers provide a contemporary take on traditional bluegrass; blending it with innovation and vitality to create their own branch on the “roots” tree. Music critic Jerry Paul (former editor of Acoustica) described lead singer James Reams: “James is such an inspiration to watch. He truly feels his music, and sings from his very soul. If James is ever within your area, he is a ‘must see’ bluegrass icon.” Raised in eastern Kentucky, James Reams sounds as "smoky as his heroes: Lester, Carter and Red" according to Banjo Newsletter. His band treads the terrain where bluegrass, old-time, classic country and rockabilly meet in the night to swap stories.

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Contact Info
Location: Maricopa County, AZ
Website: www.jamesreams.com
Email
Phone: (718) 374-1086
www.jamesreams.com

Videos
Almost Hear the Blues


One Foot in the Honky Tonk

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