6 Deuce

6 Deuce

BandRockBlues

Screamin vocals...Shreddin Guitar...Groovin' Basslines...In Your face Drums...and that is only the first few seconds of a 6 Deuce show! 6 Deuce combines elements of Rock, Blues, and Pop with young, charismatic, musically educated talent that all share a passion for their true love of music.

Biography

6 Deuce began when bass player Matt Conaway met guitarist Mark Jones while attending the Atlanta Institute of Music. Upon graduation, singer Jeremiah Brock teamed up with the duo to play many trio style gigs in the Rome Ga area. With much jamming, and an arsenal of seasoned drummers, the core three members became known as 6 Deuce; for their similarity of being each in fact 6 foot 2". Gigs in the Rome, GA area began rolling in and the band actually became the house band at Buffalos bar and grille. The band soon ventured out into Chattanooga, Tn where the addition of Ben Ging on drums took the band to a whole new level. Their main set list consists of about 70 top forty rock/blues/funk covers. The quartet is musically trained, with backgrounds ranging from rock, blues, rap, and metal, to pop, country, and funk. The band is hard at work now songwriting for the future release of their LP. 6 Deuce combines the best these styles have to offer and have created a sound that invokes bluesy rock with a southern flavor. With riffs rockin’ enough for the guys and lyrics gentle enough for the ladies, 6 Deuce is definitely a band to be on the lookout for in the near future.

Discography

6 Deuce currently has a 4 song EP demonstrating their fusion of blues, pop, and southern rock. Their single Comin' to Georgia can be currently heard on radio station Rock 105.

Set List

Black Crowes Hard to Handle
She Talks to Angels
AC/DC Highway to Hell
Rock and Roll ain't noise Pollution
Back in Black
Have a Drink on Me
Jimi Hendrix Little Wing
Voodoo Chile
The Wind Cries Mary
All Along the Watchtower
Red House
Allman Brothers Midnight Rider
Soulshine
Whippin Post
Melissa
Statesboro Blues
Ain't Wastin Time No More
Eric Clapton Cocaine
Layla
After Midnight
Crossro