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Garfield Avenue

by JamisonPriest

Acoustic, mostly original, contemporary folk music, unique 3-part harmonies.
Genre: Folk: Singer/Songwriter
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1. Most Any Other Place
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2. Sideways Theologian
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3. Cotton Jenny
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4. No Doubt
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5. Little Boy Blue
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6. Ash Wednesday
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7. Out of My Mind
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8. Forgotten Highway
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9. Why Me
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10. Highway 10
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11. Gray Skies
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12. Gallup
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13. Homeless in Hawaii
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14. Younger Days Well Done
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15. But We Don't
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16. Let Me Know
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17. Second Sight
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18. Pretend Promises
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19. Church of the Paradise Children
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Contemporary folk band based in Abilene, Texas, often seen at festivals, coffeehouses, pubs, and other places that desire great lyrics and a roots approach to music.

JamisonPriest performs as a DUO with two acoustic guitars, harmonica, and two voices; or as a TRIO with two acoustic guitars, bass, harmonica, and three voices. All three members are singers and songwriters. The band has toured around Texas, and has branched out to other states.

JamisonPriest's two main goals are to preserve the foundation of the folk movement with unique renditions of traditional music, and to add to that foundation with their own well-crafted songs. As a married couple, Ed and Jenni have a special bond that is projected in their music. And having Cole, one of their best friends on bass, just adds to the artistry. JamisonPriest has charmed and impressed audiences with their story songs and intricate harmonies, and has developed a dedicated grassroots following. Music lovers of all ages enjoy their music. They are poet-singers with a refreshing sound for listening audiences.

Ed was the Grand Prize winner at the 2012 McMurry University Singer-Songwriter Competition. JamisonPriest was nominated for 2007 Best Local Artist on The Appetizer on KACU. Jenni was named 2004 Favorite Female Vocalist by the Abilene Reporter News. JamisonPriest was one of ten regional acts selected in the 2002 Kerville Folk Festival New Folk competition.

JamisonPriest has released four albums: Garfield Avenue, Dreams I'll Never Know, We Called Ourselves Poets, and Leave Your Blues.

In addition to three independently released CDs, JamisonPriest has contributed to many other projects. JamisonPriest was a contributing artist (recording ‘The Jewel of Abilene’) on the CD included with the book "The Women There Don't Treat You Mean: Abilene in Song" written by Joe W. Specht. Released in 2006, the book gives a behind the scenes look at all the songs written about Abilene. JamisonPriest recorded the jingle for igospelradio.com, and added harmonies on CDs released by three other Texas artists; Greg Young, Nick Fessler, and the Hogg Maulies.



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