Miniver Cheevy
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Miniver Cheevy

Austin, Texas, United States | SELF

Austin, Texas, United States | SELF
Band Pop Rock

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Apr
30
Miniver Cheevy @ Knuckle Heads

Kanas City, Missouri, USA

Kanas City, Missouri, USA

Apr
24
Miniver Cheevy @ Osage million dollar casino

Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA

Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA

Apr
16
Miniver Cheevy @ Norman Music fest

Norman, Oklahoma, USA

Norman, Oklahoma, USA

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"Beau Charron- he's a kickass guitar player. He's got great tone and you can tell his heart's in his playing. You really hear that a lot in his rhythm and leads. Ultrafix is pounding out this modern electronica stuff, but they've also got their finger on a natural sound- that's got to be because of this guy." - Spot Magazine


"On stage, Fuzz is unparalleled, sounding at first like a righteous party band but eventually revealing itself to be a complex conglomerate of sizzling varied talent.-Payne attributes much of this to the arrival of guitarist Beau Charron.-Beau Charron's electric guitar adds texture to a J.J. Cale song and opens and finishes like a lost Robert Cray classic." - Tulsa World


Discography

Fuzz,Fuzz album
Fuzz,The Delicious Moodies album
Fuzz,Sonic Seduction album
Miniver Cheevy, self-titled album
Single:Back to Oklahoma by Beau Charron

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Bio

After leaving college football,Beau Charron began playing anything he could get his hands on and writing music. He soon joined Fuzz( with members of Big Head Todd and the Monsters and Pitbulls on Crack) and became the bands primary song writer. After three critically acclaimed and award winning albums, Beau was called to Nashville for record and publishing deals. When Beau witnessed first hand the puppet-on-a-string ways of corporate Nashville, he walked away from it all. Beau returned home and sold some songs for movies like "Sam and Janet Evening" and Jessie". Being named a "GuitarGod" by Spot magazine, Beau joined Ultrafix and won RollingStoneMagazine unsigned artist of the year in 2002. The band was flown to New York for a sold out show at the Bowery Ballroom. They toured the country for a couple of years. Downhearted with labels that came and went, Beau decided to go it alone. He left Ultrafix and moved to Austin to focus once again on his music. After playing accoustically with his father and sister and working with them on developing harmonies for his songs, he continued working with long time partner Brandon Holder(Leon Russell's drummer). Beau and Brandon are ready to release the long anticipated debut album with Leon Russell himself helping with the arrangements. While Beau still records all the parts on his own, he found a high energy live power cast. Together they are Miniver Cheevy.