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The Kitchen Syncopators

The Kitchen Syncopators was born out of love for old southern music and necessity in 1998 by Gill Landry and Woodrow Pines while they starved, sharing floor space in a tool shed in rainy western Oregon. They spent the next few years cutting their teeth on the streets of New Orleans not so starving, and sharing floor space in a one bedroom shotgun in the 9th Ward, heading to the west coast in the summers for the kinder weather, and easy living in the open air. Joined the next year by their old friends Bob Scarecrow and Charlie Bean from previous ensembles, they've evolved into their own uni ...read more

The Kitchen Syncopators was born out of love for old southern music and necessity in 1998 by Gill Landry and Woodrow Pines while they starved, sharing floor space in a tool shed in rainy western Oregon. They spent the next few years cutting their teeth on the streets of New Orleans not so starving, and sharing floor space in a one bedroom shotgun in the 9th Ward, heading to the west coast in the summers for the kinder weather, and easy living in the open air. Joined the next year by their old friends Bob Scarecrow and Charlie Bean from previous ensembles, they've evolved into their own unique honest sound with a blend of rural and urban oldtime stringband, blues, ragtime, jazz, and jug band music and have since built quite a name and following for a few hobo's. Over the years Ryan Donahue and Slim Nelson have been performing and recording with the band in New Orleans and occasionally on the west coast. The boys are currently persuing personal projects as well. Gill Landry is making a record of his original material to be released and toured next year, and Bob, Huck, and Gill are all in a band of Bob and Hucks originals called the Oz St. Fossils. « hide

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