Tumbleweed Junction
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Tumbleweed Junction

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"Musicnation Featured Artis Of The Week July 14th 2008"

Arizonans Tumbleweed Junction are a legit hat act vying to become “The Next GAC Star.”
- Musicnation.com

"Outlaws Forever CD Review"

There’s more than a little influence from Hughie Thomasson and Toy Caldwell in the music of Tumbleweed Junction, whether they are cooking on a Southern Rocker like “I’m On The Run” or going more country, as on “I’m Home” or the lovely “My Sweet Refuge,” or the Outlaw Country vibe of “Think Anything You Want.” There’s always an underlying Southern Rock influence in the music produced by David Allen (vocals, guitar, mandolin.fiddle), Brandon Lee Brown (vocal and guitar), Bobby Dingman (bass) and Mike Mule (drums). The more country Southern Rock that is, as in a Marshall Tucker, Winters Brothers feel.

Tumbleweed Junction wraps the electric guitars around a firm bed of acoustic, creating a sound that is at once familiar, and also fresh and new. And it seems they only get better with each new album. Good stuff.

-Michael Buffalo Smith - Michael Buffalo Smith (Gritz Magizine)


1st, LP Release "Tumbleweed Junction 100 Miles of Hard Dirt Road"
2nd, LP Release " OUTLAWS FOREVER"
Tracks that have Radio Air Play
My Sweet Refuge
Girl Why
Hey Cowboy
Think anything you Want
Goin Crazy and Your Drivin

My Sweet Refuge streams on youtube.com



Tumbleweed Junction started out in the little town of Black Canyon City, AZ. After much work and change they started playing throughout the state in top venues, private, and corporate parties as well as opening for bands like Confederate Railroad. They have done a preshow party for Vince Gill's Friends and Family tour in Prescott Valley, as well as played along with Taylor Swift at Outlets at Anthem's Holiday Tree Lighting Ceremony in 2006.

Their style of music ranges from straight up country to southern rock or what is now called Outlaw Country. They do play cover tunes that span up to three decades of country and classic rock, but have forged their own Identity with original songs that keep you wanting to hear them again and again.

The fun part about this band is their versatility. Quality of performance is extremely important to these guys so you always get their best. With the completion of their first CD "TUMBLEWEED JUNCTION, 100 MILES OF HARD DIRT ROAD" and now their second CD "OUTLAWS FOREVER", They continue a journey that takes the music to places where the people can be drawn in to the emotion and stories that the songs have to tell.

Their latest CD "OUTLAWS FOREVER" has spent more than 20 weeks on the Roots Music Report (True Country Chart) in the top 20 spots, Five weeks at #10! COWBOY UP AND HANG ON!!!