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Reverend Peyton’s Big Damn Band consists of three parts of the rural American Blues From Brown County, Indiana.Josh “Reverend” Peyton was born April 12, 1981 in rural Eagletown, Indiana. His brother Jayme was born in 1983. Their father was a specific person, he performed odd jobs during the winter months for extra money, from plowing snow and chopping wood to fur trapping. Reverend Peyton’s Big Damn Band tickets first introduction to music through his father’s record collection of blues-oriented rock, including Jimi Hendrix, Neil Young and Bob Dylan. In 12 years, Rev Peyton’s father gave him a guitar Kay brand. Shortly thereafter, the younger brother Jayme Peyton started playing the drums and bass guitarist, formed a group called “Drive-Thru” and played parties. Others pointed blues guitar Rev Peyton, sending Peyton Off to study the blues BB King, Muddy Waters and BB King’s cousin Bukka White. Further investigation led to the pre-World War II “Blues country” and the desire to learn finger style selection of artists like Charlie Patton. While Payton was not able to master it, but did not play a Pick-oriented blues. Payton played the party after his graduation from high school, and the next morning suffered excruciating pain in his hands. Doctors told Peyton he would never be able to hold his left arm in a fretting situation. At that time, he abandoned music and spent a year working port in the Big Damn hotel, Reverend Peyton’s Big Damn Band event has been awarded to Sirius Satellite Radio, played a few showcases in the South conference on music south-west, and was the musical guest on Michael Feldman’s Whad’Ya Know ?. Their music is featured in the award-winning film Mississippi Cold Case Canadian documentarian David Ridgen. Their song “Your Cousin’s On Cops” will lead to the concert, like a house Band On Jerry Springer Pay-Per-View special.