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Levee Town

Levee Town

Celebrating their tenth anniversary this year, Levee Town
is a tight four-piece of exceptionally talented musicians and
songwriters perfecting a skin tight ensemble sound. Guitarist
and vocalist Brandon Hudspeth’s style is a powerful mixture
of blues, country & western, rock, and jazz. Jimmie Meade,
the group’s harp man, brings to the table a love of Chicago
Blues and an obvious affinity for jazz and country music.
The bottom end is made up of Jacque Garoutte on bass and
vocals, and Adam Hagerman on drums. This hard-charging duo
chugs along with intensity and restraint, laying down the
rock-solid foundation that the Levee Town sound is built on.
Levee Town has earned a reputation as one of the most
hardworking bands around. Their awesome live shows and
unique take on the blues have attracted an ever-widening
fan base. Festival performances and a spot in the 2007
International Blues Challenge finals and 2010 semi-finals, have
garnered the band national and international attention. In
addition to their own live performances, they have backed
Big Bill Morganfield, Kenny Neal, Lazy Lester, Lee McBee,
Sandy Carroll and Louisiana Red. They have opened for
Sonny Landreth, Buddy Guy, Watermelon Slim, and Chubby
Carrier and are the house band at Knuckleheads, KC.
Festivals played include Kalamazoo Blues Festival, Illinois
Blues Festival, King Biscuit Festival, Famous Dave’s Blues
Fest, From Dusk ‘til Dawn Festival, Eureka Springs Blues
Festival, Tulsa Blues Festival, Boundary Waters Blues Festival,
Memphis In May Festival, Cherokee Blues Festival, Bean
Blossom Festival, Des Moines Wintertime Blues Festival,
Anglesea Blues Festival, Mt Helena Music Festival, Kansas City
Kansas Street Blues Festival, and Gladstone Blues Festival.

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