The Five Tones | Episode I: Tennessee

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Episode I: Tennessee

by The Five Tones

A high-energy, primal journey to the juke joints of Mississippi.
Genre: Rock: 60's Rock
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1. Hid Away
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2. Coming Home
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3. Old Man Jackson
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4. Lion
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5. No More Crying
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The Five Tones are a high-energy, primal journey to the juke joints of Mississippi. Haunting, reverb-drenched guitar, dynamic harmonica, and a freight train rhythm section form this blues/rock trio. Cody Shipley plays vintage Silvertone guitars from the early 60’s to get a vintage sound that combines the early blues sounds of John Lee Hooker and R.L. Burnside with the power trio rock of the 60’s from bands like Cream and Jimi Hendrix.

*Winner of the 2003 Magic City Blues Society’s Battle of the Bands* (Birmingham, AL)*

*2003 Best Unsigned Blues Band in Alabama*

*Top 10 finalist out of over 100 bands at The 2004 International Blues Challenge in Memphis, TN*

“Cody Shipley breathes new life into the blues, He’s a fiery and inventive guitarist with a highly original approach to playing slide. His voice perfectly suits his material, and his talent and presentation belie his age. Cody and bassist Aaron Clouse play with an almost-telepathic connection. Aaron provides the faultless, rock-solid foundation from which Cody’s grinding fills and soaring, wailing solos cry out.”
-Birmingham Weekly

“Cody Shipley has mastered his guitar…the slide work is polished and slick as it gets. Tremendous talent, raw power, and self-assurance. Combined with Aaron Clouse on bass, The Five Tones comes across showing a variety of mixed influences combining to make an imaginative and creative sound all their own.”
-The Magic City Blues Society (Birmingham, AL)

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