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Buzzin'

by Jesse Priest

jesse priest brings a new twist on outlaw country music mix between old and new
Genre: Country: Outlaw Country
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Jesse Priest is a singer songwriter from a small one redlight town in Alabama called Holly Pond with a little over 800 residents. With not much to do in his small town Jesse at the age of twelve took to playing music, though his parents thought it was just a passing phase, music came naturally to him. In the past years Jesse has been in and out of bands such as (Taken) and more recently (Southern Stitches) but he is now on his own playing shows all across Alabama. Jesse is with a grass roots label called Badfoot Records out of Nashville Tennessee and is now a solo artist. Jesse brings his unique voice and style to country music, a mix between outlaw country and todays modern country.

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Tony Gerber

It's a classic song!
I had the pleasure of meeting Jesse Priest during a music video shoot last year and even meeting his family during another video shoot in his home state of Alabama. Jesse is "great people" following their dream. A genuine passion is obvious in his music and songs. Buzzin' sure sounds like a hit to me. I could hear it laying on the beach on a hot summer afternoon on the radio. Way to go Jesse and Badfoot Records for believing in some real country music from the front lines of country.
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