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Best Times

by Hundred Acres

In 2010, literally from out of nowhere, Jeff Lane and HUNDRED ACRES emerged with their first record and released it at their first gig! After realizing that his music wasn't meant to be kept a secret any longer, Lane decided to reinvent himself by releasing a culmination of music he'd been building behind closed doors for over nearly two decades. Since nobody knew that he was a guitar player or a song writer, he knew the music would have to be more than anyone would have ever expected. From that moment, it began...
Genre: Blues: Country Blues
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HUNDRED ACRES is a true American revival of mixed genres, featuring incredible original music and mind-blowing takes on covers from the 70's and 80's! It's like Honky-Tonk meets Soul Music .... covered in melted cheese! Lead by songwriter/guitarist Jeff Lane, they spit out "classic" original music that not only sound familiar, but "feel familiar"! 100 Acres always leaves audiences speechless when dragging out the most unexpected covers, transformed with mandolin, banjo, and other genres of performance all together! This signature sound comes from combining Lane's writing with the legendary Quentin Horton (from Quentin and The Hillbillies' fame) adding his unique telecaster licks and the unforgettable performances of Matthew Oakes with his signature "flavor" of the band while playing a pseudo-rock/Flamenco twist on the mandolin! The real attention however comes from the 3 and 4-part vocal harmonies! It's just too much to explain, you need to see these guys!



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