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Too Many Cars In My Yard

by Black Bottom Biscuits

Lively, energetic country-bluegrass music tinged with rockabilly and americana influences that describes life in the rural south, the perils of love gone bad, and the memories of people and places gone by.
Genre: Country: Traditional Country
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1. Too Many Cars In My Yard
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2. I Can Always Count On You (To Let Me Down)
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3. Froggy Went A Courtin'
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4. Don't Pave My Road
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5. One Hand On The Bottle
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6. Pop's Gone
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7. Change Of Plans
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8. Cornbread And Butterbeans
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9. Woody's Song
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10. Mama's Baby, Papa's Maybe
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11. Black Bottom Biscuits
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12. Closer To You
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13. Even The Roaches Miss You (Since You're Gone)
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14. When My Time Comes
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Black Bottom Biscuits Bio-
Formed in 2002, the Black Bottom Biscuits draw from bluegrass, country and rockabilly roots to forge a sound that is uniquely their own.
Songs that tell stories about the people & places they love and the things they’ve done and seen- music with a country heart and a Southern soul.

The band is currently at work on their third CD of original material. At present the lineup consists of founding members Arnie Jones, Van Abernathy and JD Holt on guitars, mandolin and bass, with a rotating cast of supporting musicians adding dobro, lap steel, banjo and harmonica to the mix.

Highlights:
*Opened shows for national & regional acts such as: Sam Bush, Nickel Creek, Southern Culture On The Skids, Drivin’ & Cryin’ and Julie Roberts.
*Appeared on SC ETV’s program “Bluegrass Express” broadcast statewide in 2005
*Have been interviewed twice on ETV radio’s “Walter Edgar’s Journal”
*Released 2 CD’s of original music: “Moonshiner’s Daughter” in 2003 and
“Too Many Cars In My Yard” in 2005

Festivals & Events:
3 Rivers Music Festival, Aiken Bluegrass Festival, Plum Hollow Alternative Bluegrass Festival, Gaffney Bicentennial, Swansea Fall Festival, Gaston Collard Festival, Christmas In Cayce, Rhythm On The River Concert Series, Vista Lights, 5 Points After 5, Q-Cup, Free Times Music Crawl, WAGS-Fest, National Hunting & Fishing Day, Pine Ridge Fall Festival, Bluegrass At The Sumter Opera House Series, Blue Jeans, Bluegrass & Barbecue, Jammin’ In July, Nudestock.

Radio:
SC Public Radio: “The Bluegrass Sound”, “Guitars, Cadillacs & Hillbilly Music”, “Walter Edgar’s Journal”
WUSC 90.5 Columbia: “The Red Bank Bar & Grill”, “Hillbilly Heaven”
WAGS 1380 AM, Bishopville, SC
The internationally-syndicated “King Pup Radio Show”

If your club, festival, group or event needs a good band, give the Biscuits a call and they’ll bring their show to your neck of the woods!

Contact:
Website- http://blackbottombiscuits.com
Email- info@blackbottombiscuits.com
Phone: Arnie Jones 803-926-9154 or JD Holt 803-318-2614

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Marty sturgeon


Excellent CD!! I really love the originality of their music. You just have to tap your foot when you listen to it.I really like the mix of humor and heart that they keep coming out with..Keep the music coming...
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