West Towards South

Jeffrey Halford and the Healers

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The County Well's "Did You See Waylon Jennings" takes you on a trip through the streets of Nashville to some undisclosed destination. All you know is that it's the middle of summer, it's raining, and "if you see Waylon Jennings, you've gone too far."  The tune is a nod to Jennings, the legendary outlaw and country singer, and to Nashville itself.  The County Well is Graham Guest and Don Zimmer, with special guests Michaela French on backing vocals, Gary Carlson on bass, Silas Remington on drums and lyrics by band friend Peter Zavialoff.

The County Well's "Did You See Waylon Jennings" takes you on a trip through the streets of Nashville to some undisclosed destination. All you know is that it's the middle of summer, it's raining, and "if you see Waylon Jennings, you've gone too far." The tune is a nod to Jennings, the legendary outlaw and country singer, and to Nashville itself. The County Well is Graham Guest and Don Zimmer, with special guests Michaela French on backing vocals, Gary Carlson on bass, Silas Remington on drums and lyrics by band friend Peter Zavialoff.

Floating Records is proud to present a song about a man destined to aid those looking for answers in these troubled times.  Born with a “blue moon in his eye," Stereo Haggard is a direct descendant of Panama Red; he has a loose connection to Calamity Jane, and he's a six-string open-tuning guru.  Stereo appears on the scene to unite the techno with the americano, the electro with the banjo, and the country with the future.  The County Well (Graham Guest and Don Zimmer) stands for musical freedom, sonic exploration, and a sense of borderless boundaries not found in traditional recording encounters. Stereo Haggard was born to run unfettered across the airwaves to deliver to all some foot stomping grins. 

Floating Records is proud to present a song about a man destined to aid those looking for answers in these troubled times.  Born with a “blue moon in his eye," Stereo Haggard is a direct descendant of Panama Red; he has a loose connection to Calamity Jane, and he's a six-string open-tuning guru.  Stereo appears on the scene to unite the techno with the americano, the electro with the banjo, and the country with the future.  The County Well (Graham Guest and Don Zimmer) stands for musical freedom, sonic exploration, and a sense of borderless boundaries not found in traditional recording encounters. Stereo Haggard was born to run unfettered across the airwaves to deliver to all some foot stomping grins. 

Featuring Michael Blumenstein from Bread and Circus on guitar and backing vocal.
Alyssa Joy Claffey on violin and backing vocal.
Gary Carlson from Dewey, Pickett and Howe on bass.
Graham Guest from Moses Guest on vocal and guitar.

Featuring Michael Blumenstein from Bread and Circus on guitar and backing vocal. Alyssa Joy Claffey on violin and backing vocal. Gary Carlson from Dewey, Pickett and Howe on bass. Graham Guest from Moses Guest on vocal and guitar.

Reverand Freakchild Dial It In"His reverential leanings are of the psychedelically induced variety with a PhD in Blues Bardology... It may not save your soul or lead you to the path of righteousness, but you sure will have some fun on the journey to wherever the hell it is REV. FREAKCHILD is headed."
~ No Depression, The Journal of Roots Music

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