The Trainwreckers (CD release) w/ The Clam Daddys and Grown Ass Man Band
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Two Tornados ripping through a Malt Shop!
Jamie & Jodie Ferguson have been making music together for over
20 years. The sisters started out acoustically as The Sisters' Ferguson, performing at pubs and coffee shops throughout the metro denver area. Together vocally, there was a magic that was unmistakable. The duo however, had a bigger plan; following the footsteps of their father, musician (Rodney Ferguson), they soon formed their first band The Trainwreckers.
Over the years they made a name for themselves around town, developing their unique style. They played everywhere from bars and showcase venues, to theatres and festivals, all the while trying to find the "perfect blend" of players for the group. They believe they have truly found this with previous members Aaron Garcia (guitar), Jeff Martin (drums) and newest member Dani Harrison (bass). This is a "must-see" live show, entertaining and 100% energy!
The Trainwreckers are just finishing up their studio album "For the Record" and are so excited to share it with all of you.
Moses and Tommy ventured into the world with good intentions... Ten years later the Clam Daddys have been through many changes. The guys still play occaisionally with their original bass player, Joseph Barton, who traveled about the country rounding out their trio. He now plays guitar withT empa and the Tantrums. Tony the drummer has been with the boys for nine years. He also plays with various line ups in the Colorado area. The Clam Daddys have been fortunate to have many players willing to go along with them on their mission of spreading joy and generally having fun.