J Morrison Band
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J Morrison Band

Winfield, Kansas, United States

Winfield, Kansas, United States
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Press


Winfield-area band out of this world July 10, 2008 - The Border


Matt Miers and Matt Bradbury of the J Morrison Band perform outside Hometown True Value Hardware Tuesday evening at the Winfield Main Street music crawl.
(with photo) - The Winfield Daily Courier


"The J. Morrison band performs at Builderfest Sept. 22. .......Students listened to Great Live muisc from the J. Morrison Band. " - The Collegian


Discography

"Cigarettes are Poetry" (Jan. 2008)
The J Morrison Band currently has songs playing on KACY 102.5 in the Ponca City, Ok. and Arkansas City, Ks. area and on Power 104.7 KIXR in Kay county in Nothern Oklahoma.

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Bio

The J. Morrison Band has a big range of musical influences, rock, bluegrass, blues, country and jazz. Their original music is rock/jam band currently. The J Morrison Band currently plays in the Southcentral Kansas area and in Northern Oklahoma. The band is actively seeking gigs and is currently working on their next studio project. The band has new material ready for the studio and has already performed most of the new songs live.

What sets the J Morrison Band apart from other bands in this area is they write their own music. They can and do play a wide variety of covers songs.

The J Morrison Band line up began in 2004. They have stuck together through many adversities and have become a tight musical unit. Since the beginning in 2004 they have played many shows and have a love for what they do musically. The band enjoys meeting new people, helping out fellow musicians and has developed a dedicated following over the years. The band recently won the KIXR Power 104.7 battle of the bands in Northen Oklahoma. All the members currently live in Winfield, Ks. the home of the Winfield Country Roundup, the Walnut Valley Festival and the National Flatpicking Championships.