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The Reverend Peyton's Big Damn Band
The Reverend Peyton's Big Damn Band is a three-piece United States, American country blues musical ensemble, band from Brown County, Indiana. They have played up to 250 dates per year at venues ranging from bars to festivals since 2006. To date, they have released ten albums and one EP, most of which have charted on the Billboard and iTunes Charts. Members * Reverend Peyton – guitar, lead Singing, vocals, and principal songwriter :On stage he plays a rusty 1930 steel-bodied National String Instrument Corporation, National guitar, a 1934 wood-bodied National Trojan Resonator guitar and a 1994 reproduction of a 1929 Gibson Guitar Corporation, Gibson acoustic. He has recently added a three-string cigar box guitar to his stage collection. Peyton uses no outboard gear other than a three input switch box between his guitars and the amplifier. He is a noted proponent of fingerstyle guitar, playing the bass line of songs with his thumb while simultaneously playing the melody, the melody ...
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Brown County, Indiana
Brown County is a County (United States), county in Indiana which in 2010 had a population of 15,242. The county seat (and only incorporated town) is Nashville, Indiana, Nashville. History The United States acquired the land from the Native Americans, part of which forms the southwest section of what is now Brown County, in the Treaty of Fort Wayne (1809), 1809 treaty of Fort Wayne. By the Treaty of St. Mary's (1818), treaty of St. Mary's in 1818 considerably more territory became property of the government and this included the future Brown County area. No settler was allowed in the area until the government survey was completed in 1820. The first white man known to arrive was a German, Johann Schoonover, who lived for a short time on the creek later named for him to trade with the Native Americans, about 1820. In that same year William Elkins, the first pioneer, built a log cabin and cleared land in the area. In the 1850s Elkins was recorded as having settled in the future Van B ...
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