Nashville, Tennessee – October 6, 2105 – Jericho Woods’Guitarist/ Lead Vocalist Josh Mitcham & Risen Amp Co-Founder Drew Tooley Jericho Woods guitarist/lead vocalist Josh Mitcham lands endorsement deal with Risen Amplifiers during a week that featured the band headlining the Kentucky Bourbon Festival and the Big To-Do Festival in the Bluegrass state.
“We first met Josh through another artist and was impressed by the traction they had made as an independent act,” says Drew Tooley, co-founder of Risen Amplifiers. “You can often tell when someone has the ability to succeed with a music career and we have no doubts about Jericho Woods.”
“I met Drew and Lucas at Summer NAMM in Nashville and I was intrigued when I realized the attention they took throughout the manufacturing to support their local community,” says Josh Mitcham. “Their customized products and personalized customer service are what hooked me into this company. It doesn’t hurt that these Milano 50’s sound great too. These guys even put a Kentucky speaker in the cabinet since they know how much focus we put on our home state.”
Jericho Woods is currently on tour promoting their Same Ol’ Dirt album which premiered in the Top 8 on the Billboard Heatseeker charts and in the Top 25 on the iTunes Country Album Chart. They recently headlined at the Kentucky Bourbon Festival and the Bourbon Street Party in Bardstown, KY which saw over 10,000 attendees. Their full tour schedule can be found at www.jerichowoodsband.com. The industry is a buzz about these Commonwealth based tunesmiths.
“One of the most talked about in the industry.” – Billboard’s Chuck Dauphin.
“Clear, liquid country-rock from Kentucky, smoothly played and sung. The dobro lines are particularly ear catching.” – Music Row’s Robert K. Oermann’s review of She Don’t Need Me Anymore.
About Jericho Woods Kentucky has always been known for Bluegrass & Bourbon, but the roots of Jericho Woods run deeper than that into the veins and musical culture of this region. “I dig this band, they know their roots, haven’t gotten above their raisin’ and do know their state and musical heritage,” says Greg Martin of The Kentucky Headhunters. Jericho Woods fuses the Grand Ole Opry with Muscle Shoals. A musical experience that only boys brought up in this diverse Commonwealth could produce. With influences ranging from outlaw country, jam bands and roots rock, to folk and bluegrass, Jericho Woods takes the best of all of those and crafted a unique blend.
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