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The Short Life of Thomas Howard Cole
Live from The Fry Pharmacy
Live from The East Nashville Co-Op

Dig (If You Wanna Make It Big)
Babies Got Her Hoop On
Lost In Amsterdam



Reverend Marcus Malone vocals-guitar-piano
For 12 years now The Reverend has been building a reputation for his unique take on Americana Music. Rev Marco to his fans and friends resides in the eclectic suburb of East Nashville. This area of town prides itself as a tight knit group of people made up of mostly artists and musicians and The Rev is proud to be considered an intricate part of this community which includes some of the best singer songwriters in the world including the likes of Mr. Todd Snyder , Will Hoge and the infamous Bobby Bare Jr..
For ten years Marco wrote the songs and performed with a group called "A Stump Full Of Grandaddies" a slightly irreverent group of fellows who were instrumental in stirring up the complacent, stale country music that was being performed on Lower Broadway back in the mid nineties. Lower Broadway is famous for its hardcore traditional country music and its honky tonks including the world famous Tootsies Orchid Lounge, and it didn't take long for the reverend along with the grandaddies to become a regular draw for the locals and college kids alike. They would hit the stage hard like a rockabilly train wreck, spewing an infectious brand of music that soon caught the eye of country music icons and several major record labels, including Sony Records. Don't let the fact Rev Malone is an ordained minister fool you into thinking he is mild mannered, he is most definitely the opposite often compared to an obnoxious street preacher whos spiritually appointed mission lies not within the masses, but to the few within ear shot, in hopes of touching one single soul. When taking the stage his music and message is often unpredictable, an exciting mix of intricate musical arrangements combined with sincere and thought provoking lyrics. He has been called the next" John Prine" primarily because of the honesty and integrity that makes up the foundation of his music. In this day and age, as we see the gaps between musical genres grow smaller and smaller, this guy has the potential to fill them all.

Jimmy C. Clark fiddle-trumpet-electric four string-background vocals
a multi-talented singer/songwriter/musician who began his professional career, at the age of seven, playing drums in Ellsworth Clark's band. Ellsworth Clark (Jimmy's dad) plays fiddle and trumpet, has led dance bands for over fifty years, and is a member of the National Old Time Fiddlers Hall of Fame.
Jimmy, a sixth generation fiddler, also plays trumpet, guitar, mandolin, drums, steel guitar, accordion, and piano. In 1991 Jimmy moved to Nashville. His broad range of musical skills led to his work on the road and on television with Joy Lynn White, Johnny Paycheck, David Frizzell, Loretta Lynn, Hank Thompson, Charlie Daniels, Rich McCready, BR549, Hillbilly All Stars, Lee Roy Parnell, Joel Sonnier, and many others. Since 2004, he has played on the road with David Lee Murphy.
Jimmy has worked on hundreds of studio recording projects in Nashville with artists who range from punk rock to hard core country. Those artists include Wylie and the Wild West, The Painters, Blue Mother Tupelo, Renae Oldstead, A Stump Full of Grandaddies, Loretta Lynn, Joe Diffie, Tanya Tucker, Delaney Bramlett, Junior Brown,David Ball, Randy Kohrs, Shannon Brown, Joy Lynn White, Big Al Downing, Bjorn Jens, The Red Light District, Cornbilly, The Little Big Band, Joni Bishop, Bob Babbitt, Pete Mitchell, Billy Wayne, Hank Thompson, The Dorados, Skip Towne, Dave Cox, Brazilbilly, Keith Gattis, and many others.

Keith Robertson drums
Keith is a percussionist and drummer originally from Montana. He moved to Nashville in 1990 and has played the Grand Ole Opry with Ronna Reeves. Prior to playing with Reeves he toured with the USO and played with various artists in the south pacific, the orient, Italy, Greece, Spain and France. In addition to currently being a member of Reverend Marco and the Gypsy Three, Keith plays with numerous bands and artists including blues artists, Miranda Louise and Big Mike Griffin, Andy Reis of the Time Jumpers & The Andrew Henderson Band.