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The Band of Heathens (US)

The Band of Heathens are an Americana band from Austin, Texas.

The three principal songwriters - Colin Brooks, Ed Jurdi and Gordy Quist - shared the bill at Momo's, an Austin club. Originally, each singer/songwriter performed his own set. However, they eventually started sharing the stage, and collaborating together with bassist Seth Whitney. The Wednesday night series was billed as "The Good Time Supper Club". A misprint in a local paper billed the act as "The Heathens." In 2007, drummer John Chipman joined the band.

In 2009, the band was nominated for a "New Emerging Artist" award by the Americana Music Association. In 2010, the band was again honored by the Americana Music Association as nominees for the "Best Du...

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Buford Pope

Buford Pope, (a.k.a. Mikael Liljeborg) was born in 1971 on Gotland, a Swedish limestone island in the Baltic Sea. With a small population and isolated from mainland of Sweden, the world of music soon became an inspiring and mind-opening resort for him. As for many musicians and artists before him, discovering Bob Dylan was a milestone. "I was 15 years old and was totally blown away by his attitude, he sang like no one else I’ve heard before". Through Mr Zimmerman he soon learned to love the songs of other related storytellers – like Neil Young, Tom Petty, Jackson Brown, Robert Johnson and Bruce Springsteen – but he was still unaware what all these experiences would mean to him one day. Buford Pope is truly an exceptional talent in his fi...

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