Jericho Woods
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Jericho Woods

Webster, Kentucky, United States | Established. Jan 01, 2014 | SELF

Webster, Kentucky, United States | SELF
Established on Jan, 2014
Band Country Roots


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"Jericho Woods Debut Album..."

There's an old saying in the music business about remembering where you
came from. Newcomers Jericho Woods definitely qualify as a band that hasn't
forgotten their roots.
When asked about the support they have received from their native state of
Kentucky, lead singer Josh Mitcham swells up with pride. "Any success that
we've had has been a direct result of the people we've built relationships with
who want us to be as successful as we do," he tells Billboard. "They want it for
us as bad as we do. If we can't win over our own folks, we'd have a really hard
time getting other people excited about our music, too. We felt like starting at
home and building the relationships there."
And those relationships have definitely helped the band become one of the most
talked about in the industry. However, it's not all simply idle conversation. Same
Ol' Dirt, their debut album, recently hit the top 25 of the iTunes Country Album
chart and also hit No. 8 on the Billboard Heatseekers chart.
"When we released the album on a Friday, we were in the top 25 on iTunes on
Saturday night. That's because everyone we knew was sitting on 'go' that we had
met over the last year. They couldn't wait to have the music and to share it."
Guitarist Scotty Bratcher said the heartfelt lyrics of songs such as "Same Ol' Dirt"
and "Stuck Here in Bowling Green" definitely strike a chord with the listener.
"There's so much pride in a band who sings what they mean. We sing about
things we know. Having a big truck doesn't make you country. But being close to
knowing what it feels like to lose a farm does. I think this band can relate to what
is really country, as opposed to sitting around with a bunch of guys about being - Billboard

"Disclaimer: audio delights from Kristian Bush"

HO WOODS/She Don’t Need Me Anymore
Writer: J. Mitcham/K. Daniel/P. Priest/D. Spencer; Producer: Dustin Spencer; Publisher: none listed, BMI; Yellowberri (track) (
—Clear, liquid country-rock from Kentucky, smoothly played and sung. The dobro lines are particularly ear catching. - Music Row Magazine


Still working on that hot first release.



Kentucky has always been know for Bluegrass and Bourbon, but the roots of Jericho Woods run deeper than that. Jericho Woods is one-part Grand Ole Opry and one-part Muscle Shoals. A musical experience that only boys brought up in this diverse Commonwealth could produce. With influences ranging from Punk and Indie-Rock, to Folk and Bluegrass, Jericho Woods draw from the best to craft great music, plain and simple. The kind of music you can get behind!

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