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There are three bands called Great Plains:

1. Great Plains were a ‘seminal’ 1980s Columbus, Ohio band led by Ron House, who was also the shirtless leader of Thomas Jefferson Slave Apartments, and who now leads the Ron House Band. Other former Great Plains include: Mark Wyatt (One Riot One Ranger), Matt Wyatt (Campfire Walkers), Dave Green (Screaming Urge), Don Howland (Gibson Bros, Bassholes), Mike ‘Rep’ Hummel (Quotas + solo artist), Paul Nini (Log, Peck of Snide, Househearts + solo artist), Bill Bruner (Dark Arts), and Jim Castoe (Men of Leisure). Great Plains releases appeared on the Homestead and Shadowline (NL) labels, and their songs have been covered live and on record by pals such as Yo La Tengo, Nothing Painted Blue, and fellow Ohioans Swearing at Motorists.

2. Great Plains was a progressive country-rock band that formed in 1987. The band comprised Jack Sundrud (formerly of Poco), Russ Pahl, Denny Dadmun-Bixby, Michael Young, and Lex Browning. In their career, they recorded two studio albums and had four singles enter the Billboard country charts. Their highest charting single, “Faster Gun”, peaked at #41 in the US charts.

3. Justin and Alex made beautiful foggy soft music while they lived in the pacific northwest and primarily sent it to friends in colorado to listen to before they fell asleep.


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