Good Sir Con Artist
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Good Sir Con Artist

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"Self Titled" 2008
"This Just Happened" 2008
"Buying The Time" 2009

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Ever so often, fans of the indie scene become rather thriftily and easily intent on scoping out “the next big thing”. The chances of these acts actually having the persistence and talent, in general to fulfill that acclaim, is virtually slim to none. However, with no ado and no strings attached, Dayton Ohio has risen Good Sir Con Artist from basement level, to headlining level. This hometown duo of Andy Fletcher and Jacob Rowland have stopped at nothing since their humble start to please their fans and put on one of the best sets Ohio’s music scene has grown to love.

You could never guess that such a deliciously tasteful duo was the ultimate result of nothing more than two kids goofing off in a disorderly attempt at acoustic folk music. “Since neither of us we’re very folky, this is what came of it”, quotes Jacob. Indeed, one’s ears couldn’t be deceived into believing such, but with time comes change, and with change often born is bigger and better things. The textbook example of Good Sir Con Artist.

From the days of playing on the football field with weekend garage-band type jams, to the days of Ohio’s homegrown Roadside Reflection, Fletcher and Rowland have matured down the road to musical success, and it’s genuinely present through the sound waves cast through Good Sir. Their empowering lyrics never fail to reflect a perpetual image of relativity to every fan graciously surrounding them. And the name? Just as intense as the music itself. “The name of the band is really just a metaphor for how people seem genuine on the outside but usually have hidden agendas”, state the duo. With such empowerment and intensity through the simplicity of a single conversation, one whose never heard the magic of their music in action can only imagine the voyage of sound that awaits them