Birmingham, AL based Jamband. With there strong harmonies and vocal arrangement, they combine Americana, Bluegrass, Blues, Folk, Reggae & Rock. With 50+ originals, the gang usually throws in a couple 100+ covers in their repertoire.


Earthbound hails from Birmingham, Alabama. . The band members also draw musical inspiration from each other on stage as their live performances have created a buzz throughout the Deep South. Over the past couple years, Earthbound has toured extensively throughout Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Georgia, Tennessee, and Florida. Their first album, Somewhere In Between, displays the band’s original songs with an eclectic interest in blues, jazz, country, bluegrass, reggae, and straight-up rock’n’roll. Earthbound is currently in the studio recording their yet-untitled second album to be released in the near future. Thanks for Supporting live music!

Venues Played: The Zydeco (Birmingham, AL) The Mill (Birmingham, AL) The Brandyhouse (Atlanta, GA) Smith’s Olde Bar (Atlanta, GA) Barley’s Tap Room (Knoxville, TN) Bourbon Street (Auburn, AL) Chelsea’s (Baton Rouge, LA) George Street (Jackson, MS) Lounge Lizard’s (New Orleans, LA) Rhythm & Brews (Chattanooga, TN) Olde Town Tavern (Pensacola, FL) Gypsy Lounge (Meridian, MS) The Booth (Tuscaloosa, AL) Jake’s Toadhouse (Decatur, GA) Rabb’s (Ruston, LA) Michael’s Pub (Montgomery, AL) Snapperhead’s (Destin, FL) Windows On The Cumberland (Nashville, TN) Sixth Street (Monroe, LA)

Festivals Played: Odyssey Festival (Auburn, AL) Do Dah Day (Birmingham, AL ) Bama Concert Series (Birmingham, AL) Bayfest (Mobile, AL) Center Stages (Birmingham, AL) Whippoorwill Creek Bluegrass Festival (Altoona, AL) Chattanooga Crawfish Boil (Chattanooga, TN) Blueberry Jam (Rydal, GA) Gardendale Music Festival (Gardendale, AL) Tomato Festival (Rutledge, TN) Faunsdale Bike Rally (Faunsdale, AL)

In-Studio Performances: WBRC Fox 6 “Good Day Alabama” (Birmingham, AL) WZKR 103.3 “The Art of Great Music” (Meridian, MS) WZGC z93 “The Dunhams” (Atlanta, GA) KXKZ 107.5 “The Roadhouse Show” (Ruston, LA)

With five credited songwriters, it's amazing that Earthbound's Somewhere In Between holds together as well as it does. The band comes clearly cut from the Southern jamband tradition, though mix the elements nimbly -- from the acoustic leanings of "Stony Ridge Road" to the distantly reggae tinges of "The Great Unknown." During the numerous solos, each of the five musicians is constantly contributing something interesting to the mix. Instead of playing mere support roles, they add almost microscopically to the total picture. And, hey, they've got heart. …. Jesse Jarnow


Somewhere in Between - 2001

1. Sun Went Down
2. Had it All the Time
3. All the Same
4. Stony Ridge Road
5. The Great Unknown
6. I Believe
7. Live the Dream
8. Rockin' Me Goodnight
9. Noah's Boat
10. Today
11. Going down the Road Feeling Bad
12. Never is Too Late

Set List

Usually 2-3 Hour and Half Plus Sets. Mostly origianls with a few covers sprinkled in.

Some artist covered:
Bob Dylan, Grateful Dead, JJ Cale, the Band, Johnny Cash, Bob Marley, Bo Didley, Tom Petty, the Doors, Led Zeppelin, Beatles, Robert Palmer, Stevie Wonder, Paul Simon, Herbie Hancock, + More and a few traditionals.