Tin Cup Gypsy
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Tin Cup Gypsy

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Jonathan Lawson -- "Firefly" EP. Released 08/05. Wavewalker Records.

Tin Cup Gypsy -- "Self Portrait." Coming Soon.


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The tale of Tin Cup Gypsy is one of undeniable providence. It tells the journey of three successful musicians on a fateful quest for genuine artistry. In an attempt to revive a diluted art form, Tin Cup Gypsy has created a patchwork masterpiece from remnants of its past. At the core of Tin Cup Gypsy youll find a fusion of Folk, Jazz, and Bluegrass with earthy lyrics and rich melodies that captures the essence of their Roots-rock genre. By featuring a variety of instruments such as Mandolin, Violin, Concertina, Acoustic Guitar, Percussion, Bass, and three-part Harmonies, the groups unique blend attracts a diverse group of listeners. This grass-roots trio weaves a fresh sound with the classic groundbreaking styles of the Eagles, James Taylor, Turtle Island String Quartet, New Grass Revival, and rocker-diva Bonnie Raitt. Although in their early twenties, the members of Tin Cup Gypsy have collected a wealth of experiences that has far exceeded their time. Collectively they have worked as musicians for multi-platinum recording artists such as Lorrie Morgan and Josh Turner as well as Steve Holy, Joni Eareckson Tada, and Justin Unger (of Across the Sky). In addition to their live performances, Jonathan, Jordan, and Cassandra Lawson have appeared on several national programs including CMTs Cross-Country, Grand Ole Opry Live, Jimmy Kimmel Live, The Martha Stewart Show, TBNs Hour of Power, and the 2006 Nashville Independence Day Celebration. Cassandra and Jordan have also played various roles in music videos for Montgomery Gentry, Josh Turner, and Provident Recording artist Leeland. With the release of his self-produced EP Firefly in 2005, Jonathan was soon after commissioned to co-produce independent artists Don Derby and Jessica Lofbomm. While these young guns from the deserts of Arizona took Nashville by storm, lightning struck when an unexpected collaboration took place at a homecoming concert in the summer of 2004. It didnt take much for the members of Tin Cup Gypsy to start the process of writing and producing their own debut album entitled, Self Portrait. Within a few short months the trio quickly gained the interest of several regional markets in Missouri, Arkansas, California, and their native Arizona and show no sign of slowing down. Accomplished as they may be, live performance lies at the heart of their résumé and the three wayfaring musicians bring in a new level of fresh talent with a current of musical gusto and magnetic presence.