Reynosa

Reynosa

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Pulling influences from The band, Wilco, Ryan Adams, and even AC/DC, Reynosa has found their niche between country and indie rock. Relentless touring and hard work are no strangers to these 5 men who are out to prove that southern rock is still alive and has something powerful to offer.

Biography

In February of 2005, highschool friends Jordan Richards, Nathan Dillaha (guitars), and Matthew Putnam (piano) got together to start a small country / indie rock project. After the first few sessions they realized how special the music they had been writing was. Shortly thereafter Josh Duff (bass) and Josh Barnhill (drums) joined and Reynosa was formed. Pulling their influences from bands such as The band, Wilco, Ryan Adams, Bonnie Prince Billie, Drive-by Truckers, and other alt-country and indie bands Reynosa stood out in their home town of Pensacola Fl., amidst a sea of hardcore and emo bands and gained much local acclaim.

In early 2006 Matthew Putnam left the band and highschool friend Aubrey Nichols took his place bringing more cohesion and drive to Reynosa, and new songs and plans to record the first first full length began to take place.Recorded live at Fish Pie Studio in Gulf Breeze, Fl., Reynosas first LP came out late 2006 after a series of small tours and out-of-town shows. The album covers an array of different paths that Reynosa is capable of taking musically, and broad spectrum of thoughts and experiences, all the while having an underlying sense of hope. The album was aptly named "Directions".

In 2007 Reynosa will be touring as much as possible promoting this new album.

Discography

2005 - Self Titled Ep
2006 - "Directions" Full length

Set List

Original Song List:

It's all uphill from here
I'm coming home
Find some faith
Rectify
Trouble
The night life
Goodbye woman
Live before you die
The promise land
Shotgun girl
Southern cadillac

Cover Song List:

"Fever" - Peggy Lee
"Yer So Bad" - Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers
"Pappa Loves Mama" - Garth Brookes
"Wagon Wheel" - Old Crow Medicine Show

A typical setlist consists of, but is not limited to 5 to 10 songs ranging from 35 to 60 minutes.