Screamin' Miss Jackson

and the

Slap Ya Mama Big Band

Screamin' Miss Jackson and the Slap Ya Mama Big Band

Screamin' Miss Jackson and the Slap Ya Mama Big Band draw influence from such diverse players such as early bluesman Casey Bill Weldon, Tampa Red and the wonderful Memphis Minnie, 20’s and 30’s Jazz singers like Georgia White, Anita Carter or Lil Hadin, the western swing feel of The Texas Playboys and finally mixing all that up with the country folk of Doc Watson. Whether it’s their own original tunes or their own unique take on an early classic the energy and passion all seven have for the music is more than apparent.

 

Mixing up Banjo, Guitar, Double Bass, Harmonica, Mandolin Drums and Washboard with close harmony vocals gives the listening audience an experience that few bands can muster. If you get chance to catch the 6 headed fun machine on its rollercoaster ride of a show, you must. It is a show like no other!

 

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I Heard the Voice of a Donut 

Old Bones

Self titled EP