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Originally titled, Cecil the Lawnmowerman, this tune was written as a reggae inspired tribute to the Jamaican guy who pushes his lawn mower around West Asheville carrying his own gas and mowing lawns door to door. Once the Trio worked it up and Dave King got involved, the song took on new life and headed in more of a Led Zeppelin direction. The trio’s heaviest song yet features seamless interplay between guitar and violin with a sludgy, old school, John Bonham style drumbeat.

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from Maybe Believe, released May 12, 2017

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Jon Stickley Trio Asheville, North Carolina

“Jon Stickley is a guitarist based in Asheville N.C., and rooted in the flatpicking bluegrass tradition, the quicksilver dialect of Tony Rice and Norman Blake. But in the Jon Stickley Trio, with the fiddler Lyndsay Pruett and the drummer Hunter Deacon, he also bounces around in Gypsy jazz, folk-punk and jam-band territory, tracing a fidgety continuity of style.” -The New York Times, Nate Chinen ... more

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