Jason Boland & The Stragglers is an American Red Dirt/Texas Country band featuring Harrah, Oklahoma, native Jason Boland (lead vocalist and guitar), Brad Rice (percussion), Grant Tracy (bass), and Nick Worley (fiddle and mandolin). Jason Boland and Brad Rice are both members of the Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity, having met in Stillwater, Oklahoma, while attending Oklahoma State University. Grant Tracy has a degree in Respiratory Therapy from Arkansas Valley Tech Institute.
Jason Boland and Brad Rice are both members of the Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity, having met in Stillwater, Oklahoma, while attending Oklahoma State University. Boland formed a band in 1998, releasing their first album, Pearl Snaps, in 1999. Boland and The Stragglers became one of the most successful artists in the Red Dirt/Texas Country scene. Studio albums Truckstop Diaries and Somewhere in the Middle followed in 2001 and 2004, respectively; a concert at Fort Worth, Texas, dancehall Billy Bob's Texas was recorded for Live and Lit at Billy Bob's Texas in 2002
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Jason Boland & The Stragglers are a band from Stillwater, Oklahoma. Stillwater is a college town that is known for being the center of the red dirt music scene. It's where bands like Cross Canadian Ragweed became popular. JB&S started out around 1998. their sound leans more toward country than the rock & roll of Cross Canadian Ragweed.
Jason Boland: American Red Dirt/Texas Country band featuring Harrah, Oklahoma, native Jason Boland, Brad Rice, Grant Tracy, and Nick Worley. Autopilot, Moving on, Lost и другие песни. Вся дискография, Радио, Концерты, рекомендации и похожие исполнители. Ray Benson, Jason Boland, Kris Kristofferson, Kacey Musgraves, Whiskey Myers, Randy Rogers.
Hard Times Are Relative, their 9th studio album, was co-produced by the band, David Percefull, and Adam Odor, who recently produced Mike & the Moonpies’ Steak Night at the Prairie Rose. 10 Best Country and Americana Songs of the Week: Ashley McBryde, Del McCoury. Boland and the Stragglers play Hoots Pub in Amarillo, Texas on March 16th.
Red Dirt road warriors Jason Boland and the Stragglers plot the follow-up to the most successful album of the group's 20-year career. Their journey as modern day renegades continues with new album Hard Times Are Relative, out May 18 via Thirty Tigers. The band, David Percefull and Mike and the Moonpies' go-to guy Adam Odor co-produced the album. It's the band's first full-length since 2015's Squelch and their ninth album overall.