Glory Days Presents!
Noah Guthrie, Jamey Michael King Band
Thu, September 28, 2017
Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 9:00 pmHigh Dive
$20 - $25
• 18 or over, unless accompanied by parent/guardian.
• NO SMOKING inside the venue.
• Smoking allowed outside in the Beer Garden!
• $3 under 21 fee charged at the door
“A lot of start-up acts are using fan-funded programs to finance their record. That’s what my whole career has been: Kickstarter before Kickstarter. When my fans show up and buy a ticket and a t-shirt, they’re investing in what I’m doing,” says Corey. “It’s my responsibility to invest it wisely and give them the best album I can. That’s what led me to While the Gettin’ Is Good.”
Described as having a Pop/Americana sound with soul, the 20 year old has been called the male Adele or a mix of John Legend and Dave Matthews, but, as his social media username shows, there is Only 1 Noah.
Noah has been steadily building a name for himself in the music business through his live performances and cover videos and currently has over 70 million views on youtube and a growing, almost “army like” following on social media. Touring and writing new music are at the top of Noah's list for the coming year. He loves performing his music for live audiences and can't wait to see what's around the corner.
King says, "It was hard juggling a career and playing in the local clubs... Somehow, I was able to do it."
King's hard work continued to pay off when he met Stephen Fremen and Ryan Fulford. They began to build off of King's current fan base and a new band was formed. Eventually they made the addition of Robbie Vanosdol former lead guitarist for "Son of a Bad Man" (Univeral Republic Records) and Jordan Davis on drums. The band known as "Steel Bridge" was born and would soon start the wheels in motion to King's dreams of moving to Nashville... 5 years worth of hard work brought this Florida Native to the peak of his music career within the local music scene.
In August of 2013, frontman Jamey King decided to leave "Steel Bridge" and his career in Law Enforcement after 13 years of service to move from his hometown in Florida and pursue his dreams in Nashville, TN....
King and Vanosdol both moved to Nashville with the same strong Florida fan base supporting them all the way. Upon moving to Nashville in late 2013, King and Vanosdol joined forces with Ryan Depaolo and Ryan Kienle of the Epitaph Records band "Matchbook Romance," who have toured Nationally and Internationally playing shows at Vans Warped Tour, etc... Also adding Tennessee Native and working musician Taylor Chambliss to form "Memphis Belle." They released their first single "Whiskey Kisses" in 2014. Memphis Belle began playing nightclubs and honky thinks throughout Nashville as their popularity started to grow.
King says, "We have played to 3 people in a bar and to over 400-500 the next night, Nashville really is a crazy town."
King has since left Memphis Belle and made his way back to the Gainesville Florida area pursuing a solo career in country music. After a year of playing tons of acoustic shows throughout North Florida, King formed his most recent band.
The Jamey Michael King Band was formed in June of 2016 and have immediately started making their mark in the local scene playing shows such as the Tri-County Barn Bash, Festivals and local clubs. The band is comprised of Daniel Nadler on Lead Guitar, Taylor Wilson on Drums and Gene Raulerson slapping the bass.
King says, "I was extremely lucky to find such talented musicians this close to home. These guys work hard on everything they do and once you hear them, it makes that pretty evident."