JK & The Gun Show
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JK & The Gun Show

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The best kept secret in music


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8 song LP coming May 2013


Feeling a bit camera shy


Justin Kelley (a.k.a. JK) Front man and guitarist for Jk & The Gun Show. Family man, husband, daddy, military man, musician, singer and songwriter. My goal in life is to share my God given gifts with the world. I love my family, my friends and doing what I was born to do! Been around doing this for about five years now mostly loving, and in more difficult times, just sort of loving it lol. I’ve had the pleasure of sharing the stage with a lot of cool and influential people like Little Texas, The Lacs, Charlie Daniels, Lee Brice, Tyler Farr, and more. I put a large portion of my soul into the live experience. It gets a little crazy but it aint a show until we knock something over. This group of guys and yours truly have one mission and that’s to bring you to a supernatural place where the visual meets the musical. Where you can be free to forget about the world for a while. Let me and the gunshow boys take you on a trip!!! Check me out on Facebook.

Stephen "Grizzly" Adams gets his nickname from the pure awesomeness on his face. He has been slapping the bass for almost 4 years and holds down the rythm section of the Gun Show. He has shared the stage with artist like Lee Brice, Charlie Daniels, Little Texas, Tyler Farr, Rachel Farley and The Lacs. He began his career as a recording engineer. Soon after he was rubbing shoulders with legendary producers and quickly had the urge to play on stage. "My Tatoo says Show me to the stage and set me free" says Grizzly and thats just where he belongs. He is easily found jumping around and causing comical antics with JK which makes the show that much more enjoyable. Check Him Out on FB.

Hunter was ten years old the first time the sound of fast-driving drums, gut-rattling bass, and the raw in-your-face guitar tones of punk rock filled his ears. He instantly realized that not only had he stumbled upon what would forever change his life for the better, he realized the reason he was put on this earth in the first place; to play music. By the age of twelve, Hunter had received his first drumset and was striving each and every day to become the best drummer he could possibly be. In his opinion “what better way to fully embrace music than to become the backbone of it”, he says. From rock n’ roll, to country, blues, funk, hip-hop, metal, to latin, you name it. Chances are, Hunter listens to it and plays it behind the kit regularly. With a few hundred shows under his belt from the age of thirteen to his present age of 23, Hunter “Machine Gun” Gosch will stop at nothing until he’s played thousands of shows in front of hundreds of thousands of people all across the world. Check him out on FB.