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The Bloody Jug Band, 2014
Bloody Jug Band
The Bloody Jug Band at The Social, located at 54 North Orange Avenue in Downtown Orlando, Florida, during the Florida Music Festival on April 26, 2014. The Florida Music Festival, or FMF, was founded by aXis Magazine & Promotions in 2002 as a three day music festival and conference that showcases unsigned artists while promoting major national acts. The Bloody Jug Band is an eight-piece band that formed in Orlando in 2009, whose music combines elements of folk, blues, country, bluegrass, rock, and Americana. Drawing inspiration from historic jug bands of the 1920s and 1930s, the group employs traditional jug band instruments, such as a washboard, washtub bass, cajón, spoons, mandolin and harmonica, and incorporates acoustic guitar, electric guitar, and drums. The band consists of John Theisen (Cragmire Peace) on vocals and washboard, Stormy Jean Casselman (Stormy Jean) on vocals and cowbell, Brian Blodgett (Brian Shredder) on acoustic guitar and mandolin, Seth Ambler (Seth Funky) on washtub bass, Rick Lane (Bloody Rick) on harmonica, Jermichael Duffy (Big Daddy Jerm, Dracula Mohammad) on jug, percussion and kazoo, Dakota Butts (Baby Dingo) on cajón and spoons, and Steven Marshall (Ste-evil) on electric guitar and banjo. Raymond Krugh (DeathRay) took over on electric guitar briefly while Marshall spent time with his newborn baby. The band has performed across the Southeastern United States, sharing the stage with notable acts such as Reverend Peyton's Big Damn Band, Joe Buck, Edwin McCain, 3 Bad Jacks, and Old Man Markley. In 2013, the band appeared in a music video for the song, "Timber," by hip-hop recording artists Pitbull and Kesha. The first photograph features Theisen and Lane. The rest of the photographs show individual band members Butts, Lane, Duffy, Theisen, and Casselman, respectively.
Original color photographs by Alicia Lyman, April 26, 2014: Archive: Concerts Archive, Alicia Lyman.
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Digital reproduction of original color photographs by Alicia Lyman, April 26, 2014.
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Folk Collection, Central Florida Music History Collection, RICHES of Central Florida.
Archive: Concerts Archive, Alicia Lyman.
7 color photographs
The Social, Downtown Orlando, Florida
Originally created and published by Alicia Lyman.
Abbott, Jim. "Florida Music Festival 2014: Saturday." Orlando Sentinel. April 27, 2014. http://www.orlandosentinel.com/entertainment/music/soundboard/os-florida-music-festival-saturday-20140426-post.html.
Limnios, Michael. "An Interview with the Bloody Jug Band: The darker side of Blues and Rock n’ Roll from swamps of Florida." Blues.gr. http://blues.gr/profiles/blogs/an-interview-with-the-bloody-jug-band-the-darker-side-of-blues.
Jones, Michael L. Louisville Jug Music: From Earl McDonald to the National Jubilee. 2014.
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7 color photographs