It’s wild to see the progression and journey of a band. I first met BJ at Slim’s in Raleigh in the late 2000’s… In both of our wilder younger days. No one was really doing “Alt country” back then, most of us were metal dudes. I already had respect for him. It was not til years later did I realize BJ and Co had made a name for themselves. I was stoked to be involved in their “Tough Folks” music video at the then abandoned North Wilkesboro Speedway.
Well fast forward to the other night. The boys brought a powerful eclectic set spanning their whole career. They even peppered in a cover of Joe Diffie’s “John Deere Green” … You could tell everyone was stoked to be back out there playing Live music, musicians and crowd alike.
Hello, my name is Justin Driscoll. Originally from New Jersey, I call the wonderful state of North Carolina home. I might have taken your photo at some point or met you at a Rock N Roll show? However, I also have many other facets of my life I am passionate about. I started this site to talk about some of those things.
Whether it be guitars, guitar gear, Harley’s, Jeep stuff, photography, vinyl or travels, I’ll be on here to chat about it.
Stay Weird, Stay Creative!