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Johnson City TN, United States (1999 – 2009)

the everybodyfields were an independent folk/country band from Johnson City, Tennessee. Band-members Sam Quinn and Jill Andrews met in 1999. When the everybodyfields released their first album in July of 2004, half-way there:electricity and the South, they introduced their listeners to a quietly-intense corner of the listening room. The same sound, deeply rooted in americana, bluegrass, and classic country, fills their sophomore release, Plague of Dreams, a folk ocean with crystal blue waters that run deep. Here you still find the slow, sad sounds of halfway there, but there is a new strength to the sound, a vein of rock and punk that is so well hidden, you don’t even know it’s there.

Hailing from Johnson City, Tennessee, the everybodyfields are Sam Quinn (vocals, bass and guitar), Jill Andrews (vocals, bass and guitar), and Dave Richey (dobro). They’ve been playing together in their current incarnation for over two and a half years, and have toured extensively throughout the east coast and midwest for almost as long. Angela Oudean, of Bearfoot Bluegrass, is an accomplished fiddler, and joins the band on Plague of Dreams. Her contribution to the recording is phenomenal, a perfect thread of fiddling to hold the whole thing together. Plague of Dreams was recorded with Keith Smith at EKS, inc. almost entirely in one day. The group, known for their polished live performances, wanted to capture the feeling of playing together on the album. This affords a fluid, connected sound that you will not find when musicians are recorded separately onto a record.


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