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The Wild Moon is Overhead: JD Wilkes & The Dirt Daubers

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Wilkes and the Dirt Daubers sound a lot like Charlie Musselwhite and Sallie Ford got together—and that’s rowdily brilliant. It’s probably American music, roots rock, something or other.  But, what’s important is that this is great music by a band that has no pretentions to AM stagnancy.  Wilkes and the Dirt Daubers are the real thing, the voices you hear are not filtered through electronic charcoal and the guitars, drums, and keyboards are...well...those very instruments.

Wild Moon has thirteen rocking tunes that can be played live in any bar or tavern that has a stage large enough for this quartet: the singer and stand-up bassist, Jessica, and her multi-instrumentalist husband, JD, and Preston Corn on drums and Rod Hamdallah on guitar. Gotta’ love real music and this is real music, microphones doing the main work of production.


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