THE SWAMP DRIVERS
HERE'S WHAT THE SWAMP DRIVERS DO
MUSIC VIDEO FROM OUR SONG "SWAMP"
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ROAD MANAGER FOR THE BAND & LEVON HELM
SWAMP DRIVERS EVER GROWING FACT'S
OPENED FOR - THE MARSHALL TUCKER BAND - THE KENTUCKY HEADHUNTERS
ROBERT RANDOLPH FAMILY BAND
DEVON ALLMAN BAND & MANY OTHER NATIONAL ACTS
BEEN IN GUITAR PLAYER MAGAZINE, ON GUITAR WORLD
PLAYED LIVE ON TV & RADIO SHOWS - PLAYED NYS BLUES FEST
INDUCTED INTO THE NYS BLUES HALL OF FAME
NEW YORK STATE BLUES FEST
MANY VIRAL VIDEO'S
VIDEO INTERVIEW WITH THE UTICA OD NEWSPAPER
VIDEO OF SOME OF OUR INSTRUMENTS
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Their repertoire is a mix of crankin originals to covers from ZZ Top to BB King played on crazy home made instruments ranging from a 1 string garden hoe to a 4 string boat oar. This high energy band is something that has to be seen to believe.
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CONTACT - TERRY JOHNSON
EMAIL - firstname.lastname@example.org
PHONE - 315-272-6969
Official Website - www.theswampdrivers.com
Facebook - www.facebook.com/swampdrivers
You better get ready, the Swamp Drivers are bringing their one of a kind show in. This band you have to see to believe playing instruments that will flip you out.... The Swampers are a DRIVIN, ROCKIN, FUNKY, BOOGIE BAND.
The SWAMP DRIVERS story
NYS MUSIC, New York State Music Source
By - MIKE KOHLI MARCH 24, 2016
MARSHALL TUCKER / SWAMP DRIVERS SHOW
When the Swamp Drivers finished their set, the audience rose for a standing ovation.
A quick glance around the audience showed as many Swamp Drivers shirts as MTB shirts. The Swamp Drivers had the hometown fans dancing in their seats with a bluesy set of originals with sounds reminiscent of ZZ Top or George Throrogood.
THE FUZE MAGIZINE 22 Mar, 2016
If you haven’t checked these guys out yet we strongly suggest you do – they rock!
ONEIDA DAILY DISPATCH NEWSPAPER
By Mike Jaquays POSTED: 03/21/16
An initial look at the instruments played by the members of the Swamp Drivers band might cause some chuckles from their audiences, but the guffaws stop as soon as these experts start to play their blues-influenced funk rock.