Three Day Threshold, Reverend Peyton’s Big Damn Band, Jason Webley
Three Day Threshold could be the soundtrack to a shotgun wedding, tractor pull, or dog fight. It's bluegrass on overdrive, it's an after-hours rockabilly prom, but most of all it's a show not to be missed. They've garnered more accolades than a dog's got fleas; a handful of Boston Music Awards and WFNX/The Phoenix Awards as well as a few nods for "Artist of the Year" from Jam Music Magazine and "Best Live Band" from The Noise.
Reverend Peyton's Big Damn Band actually isn't that big. It's kinda like your husky pal everyone calls "Tiny." The young, modest three-piece from rural Indiana, makes up for its size deficiency with a high-energy sound steeped in classic blues. With just acoustic guitar, the occasional dobro, a minimal drum kit, and the always reliable washboard, the trio concocts a rousing, hyper, and authentic brand of blues.
Jason Webley began as a busker playing accordion in the streets of Seattle but has since moved indoors and onstage, playing venues and festivals all across the world. His music is a combination of folk, gypsy, and punk.