Shooter Jennings

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Shooter Jennings

Make no mistake about it, Shooter Jennings has never been one to allow expectations, boundaries, genre or ideals dictate the direction of his art. From the moment he burst onto the scene with his debut album Put The O Back In Country it was clear that he had a style and a vision all his own that would separate him from the leagues of cookie-cutter artists out there. Along with his debut, 2006′s Electric Rodeo and 2007′s The Wolf brought critical acclaim and continued to elevate Shooter to his own unique place in music and culture.

In 2008, Shooter left Universal South records and formed Black Country Rock, his own brand and label which he would begin releasing under. He then released Waylon Forever, an album that began with Shooter and his father, country music legend Waylon Jennings, having fun in their home studio in 1996, and being completed with Shooter’s then backing-band, the .357′s, supporting the late singer through a rock and roll romp of epic proportions.

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Shooter Jennings
Event Category: Live Music
When: August 3, 2013
Time: 8:00pm
Where: The Sinclair
Cost: $20.80
More Info: http://www.sinclaircambridge.com/
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