Runner Of The Woods At Double Wide

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Join us for the Runner of the Woods record release show this Friday at Double Wide, joined by The Jack Kerowax and Robert Cody Maxwell. Come get a copy of the new record, "Thirsty Valley" and part with these boys.

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Runner of the Woods
"Thirsty Valley" is the new record from Nashville's Runner of the Wood's, debuting July 10th.
A solid country core gives rise to a band that’s still to pack the dance floor whenever duty calls. A train shuffle beat or Gary Stewart-style weeper is never far away. But they also love it when people lay back and listen. Either way, you’re going to feel better.
“Thirsty Valley” is the sort of record a man makes when love has gone good but something else is still missing. It’s the thousand-yard stare that accompanies boozy recollections of perfect northern lakes or some girl you used to know.

The Jack Kerowax
”Kerowax” is the debut album by this pop-influenced Americana band fronted by singer-songwriter Johnny Beauford. The group is composed of musicians from several Dallas/Fort Worth bands. The 10-track album was recorded, mixed, and mastered solely on analog equipment at Ferralog Studios in Dallas, TX.
Jack Kerowax arose out of friendships, collaborations and rehearsals in northeastern Texas. Looking for sidemen to perform on what he intended to be a full-length solo album, Johnny Beauford began playing with local musicians Garrett Padgett (Deadmoon Choir & Bravo, Max!), Nathan Adamson (The Hazardous Dukes) and Chase McMillan (Goodnight Ned). A weekly residency at a Dallas-area cafe gave the guys time to develop out a warm, fuzzed-out blend of Americana arrangements and pop hooks.

Robert Cody Maxwell and The Gentlemen Vain
"Victory" is the title track of The Gentlemen Vain's short and sweet alt country 2014 EP. It's a lo-fi meditation on impermanence and mortality that champions the harmonies and frank delivery of Jackson Browne or early Avett Brothers recordings. Frontman and Denton transplant Robert Cody Maxwell took the songs on a cross country solo tour immediately after finishing them and came back with a more electric driven sound juxtaposing that harmony with some of the more erratic, wilder elements on the fringe of folk.
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