Southern Green is what we call a rocked up "Outlaw" or Red Dirt country band.....But we play a large mix of different styles. The Outlaw country makes up about 35-40% of what we do, with the rest residing in the rock or blues style. If you went the creek and put your iPod on "country party mix"... You'd get everything from Waylon and Hank Jr. to AC/DC and Metallica.....That's us!
.southerngreenband or ./SGreenBand
- Screen name:
- Member since:
- Sep 29 2006
- Active over 1 month ago
- Level of commitment:
- Years together:
- Gigs played:
- Over 100
- Available to gig:
- 1 night a week
- 49 years
Waylon, Willie, Sturgill Simpson, Chris Stapleton, Van Halen, SRV, Blues Brothers, CCR (both Creedence and Ragweed), Ozark Mtn Daredevils, Eric Clapton, Classic rock, Southern Rock.... No modern/top 40 country.
Members Of Band
Jon E. finn - vocals, guitar and Harmonica.
Jason - Lead Guitar, vocals
Chuck - Bass, Vocals
James - Drums
Southern Green list: PA big enough for outdoor events: Dual 18 subs, 15 inch tops (can do 2 per side, but never need that much). Can also breakdown to use at smaller/low volume venues.
Jason - Guitarist:
Amps: Dr. Z Z-Wreck - Mesa Boogie Mark V
Guitars: Fender, G&L and Crook Telecasters, Wolfgang - also have a Taylor acoustic
Pedals: Wampler, TC Electronics, Digitech, BBE - Several others based off the Tubescreamer
Jon - Singer/rhythm guitarist:
Quilter guitar amp, Fender harp amp. Guitars are Telecasters he customizes. Full set of harmonicas w/green bullet harp mic.
Chuck - Bass:
Marshall bass amp, Fender Jazz Bass
Back on Terra Firma (Instrumental)
Back on Terra Firma (Instrumental) Genre: Country
A cover of an early 90s Hellecasters song.
Train Train Year: 2012 Album: Much Too Old to Feel This Damn Young Genre: Southern Rock
Rules of Life
Rules of Life Year: 2012 Album: Much Too old to Feel This Damn Young Genre: Country