Lloyd Knight & The Big Fish Band
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Lloyd Knight & The Big Fish Band

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"Military Letter Of Recommendation"


The men and women of Naval Support Activity Mid-South were first introduced to Lloyd Knight through an employee of the base who was related to
a member of his group. Lloyd brought his group to the base and performed a free concert in our theater. He did an outstanding show and was well received by all of those attending.

Another opportunity to use Lloyd’s services was at the Flag City Freedom Celebration sponsored by the Navy and the City of Millington. Again, Lloyd’s performance was superb and the crowd of nearly 25,000 enjoyed his show very much.

Lloyd and his band performed more recently at the Navy Base during our 2008 Military Family Appreciation Day celebration. Lloyd was part of a seven hour
concert and family activities program designed for the military families. The event was opened to the general public and everyone in attendance spoke highly of Lloyd’s performance.

As the entertainment coordinator for this command, and as a former entertainer myself, I can recommend the Lloyd Knight Show to anyone looking for great music for their event.

Lloyd has my sincere gratitude for his support of the men and women of the U.S. Military and Naval Support Activity Mid-South.

Warmest Regards,

Bob Taylor
Entertainment Coordinator
Morale, Welfare and Recreation Department
NSA Mid-South - Bob Taylor, Millington Naval Base, Memphis, TN

"Music Row Review - Wishing I Was Home"

Re: Wishing I Was Home

-He has a chesty, masculine baritone, which makes the sadly nostalgic lyric about a soldier who's far away sound all the more effective. Nice job. - Robert K Oermann - Music Row Critic

"Music Row Review - Was It Good For You"

Re: Was It Good For You

- He has a terrific hillbilly baritone. The song is ultra cute. The stuttering-guitars, rocking track cooks with gas. I'd put this on my station's playlist in a New York minute. - Robert K Oermann - Music Row Critic

"Album Review - Takin' It South"

Southern boys seem to have a knack for singing country soul. This debut album from Knight proves he is no exception. The group dug deep to cime up with songs from some of Music City's premium musical scribes not to mention the calibre of the pickers on the album. Of the ten cuts on the CD, "That's What A Redneck Is," penned by H. Franks, has "hit" written all over it as far as I'm concerned. So listen up radio! Find your copy at record stores now. Saw his show live - NOT TO BE MISSED!

Rating: SIX STARS ******
- Brad Fischer - Nashville Music Guide


Was It Good For You - Lloyd Knight
Wishing I Was Home - Lloyd Knight
That's What A Redneck Is - Lloyd Knight
Hello Beer - Lloyd Knight



Lloyd Knight has been performing nationwide, starting at a young age performing at the local clubs and bars around his hometown of Vidalia, Georgia. Upon winning a finals in the Colgate Country Showdown he was then brought to Nashville, TN by an independent record label. A few years, a few albums, and a few top 40 radio hits later Lloyd stumbled upon a rock band out of Tampa, Florida . “When I first heard these cats they were impressive. For a local band these guys had the riffs and the talent beyond the A-players of Nashville.” And hence began the rock-n-country relationship between Lloyd Knight and The Big Fish Band.

With a signature sound and a belting baritone, a fan can easily identify Lloyd even out in the parking lot of the venue. With a whole smorgasbord of songs a listener will travel the prism of emotions listening to his various songs. From the sweet soft ballads to the mid tempo two-steps to the rock side of country, Lloyd’s list of songs caters to even the finickiest of tastes. Coupled with Big Fish’s classic southern rock menu and “can’t stand still” motto, fans are sure to experience a night they won’t forget.

Along with Lloyd Knight, The Big Fish Band is full of vocal talent themselves. With 4 out of the 5 members singing lead on various songs fans have commented that “It’s like watching 5 different bands perform in one night!” The act is unique in that they work as a whole team to derive the best show for the fans. Though Lloyd is the headliner and Nashville artist, he steps back often to let another band member sing lead. “We’ve found that the venues like the variation of singers and song styles/types a whole lot better. We can go from mainstream country to Styxx to Van Halen all in a matter of a guitar change. The fans don’t get bored and it keeps the energy high and the dance floor packed.”

Since coming together in 2006 Lloyd Knight and The Big Fish Band have toured extensively nationwide from Florida to Iowa and everywhere else in between as well as overseas. The act is a major supporter of the Armed Forces and performs at military bases quite frequently. Lloyd Knight was just honored to be on a compilation album honoring those lost in the 9/11 tragedies and for the troops who are still fighting today. Titled “We Will Never Forget”, the album features artists like Charlie Daniels, Tanya Tucker, Aaron Tippin, Darryl Worley, George Jones, and Tracy Lawrence to name a few. Along with his own single titled “Wishing I Was Home”, Lloyd was asked to sing the background vocals for George Jones, Tracy Lawrence, and Aaron Tippin. The album was release September 2008 and will have worldwide promotions continuing throughout 2009.

A Lloyd Knight and The Big Fish Band performance is not to be missed and obviously never forgotten. The high energy rockin good time will have your blood pumping in this truly unique and talented show.