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Formed in 2017 after the release of some original songs by front man Tim Jones (vocals, guitar), Loose Roosters have been a high country staple ever since. The band blends Appalachian sensibilities with a modern Americana sound to craft songs that capture life in our time. Longtime collaborators Chris Capozzoli (guitar, vocals), Dirk Brown (drums) and Ben McPherron (bass) make up the core of the group. 

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Loose Roosters @ Sunday Summer Block Party Series

Sunday Summer Block Party Series, Banner Elk, NC

We have music & food trucks…so what else could there possibly be? Along with the staples of a great block party, we will also be having a different special event each Sunday.

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Loose Roosters

Loose Roosters

Hailing from Western Watauga County in the High Country of North Carolina, Loose Roosters have been building a sound. The band blends their roots music background into an electric experience that is both ethereal and exciting.

Loose Roosters new self-titled album is their 3rd studio outing. Tim Jones, frontman of the band says “It sounds the most
Hailing from Western Watauga County in the High Country of North Carolina, Loose Roosters have been building a sound. The band blends their roots music background into an electric experience that is both ethereal and exciting.

Loose Roosters new self-titled album is their 3rd studio outing. Tim Jones, frontman of the band says “It sounds the most like us out of anything we have put out to date.” The album contains some previously released songs from previous albums including Blood and Bone and Tim’s solo project Dead and Gone.

Honing their sound during the tumultuous past two years, Loose Roosters present a collection of songs that capture the mystical sound of the mysterious mountains in which they reside. Seth Sullivan, who created the art work for this new release, fronts the band Naked Gods and runs the Boone Area Community Radio program Real Companion Radio Hour, describes the sound as “Homegrown it’s alright with me! Spacey country rock sing alongs blowing in from western Watauga. ”

The record was recorded at Johnson City Sessions with the four members playing live in one room. “This was the first time in a recording situation we could be completely present for the music. In other sessions someone would have to man the recording rig and be present as a musician. We were also very comfortable with this material as we have been playing it live for over a year.” -Tim Jones

The new self-titled album is a calling card for the band. A true representation of the sound found somewhere in the fog on the mountainside.
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