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JB Crockett: Lead Vocals, Acoustic Guitar
Robbie Vanosdol: Lead Guitar, Backing Vocals
John Goff: Rhythm Guitar, Backing Vocals
Brad Moxey: Drums, Percussion, Programming/Sequencing
Jeff Nations: Bass, Backing Vocals
Born in Indiana, raised in central Florida, and now residing in Nashville, JB Crockett spent much of his youth listening to his family sing and play in the church worship band. Although never a singer, JB often played the drums and occasionally watched his father play the guitar. He chose the path of racing dirt bikes and playing sports rather than pursuing a passion in music. That eventually changed after a tragic dirt bike accident led to JB relocating to Gainesville, FL where, during his college tenure, he'd spend countless hours working on his vocal and guitar skills. JB finally purchased his own acoustic guitar and, on a random whim, he and his roommate agreed to play an open-mic night. After a few open-mics, his passion for music escalated and it hasn't stopped since.
In January 2016, JB released his independent self-titled debut EP, which would go on to chart in the top 50. Since then, JB has had the opportunity to play with Tracy Lawrence, Easton Corbin, Frankie Ballard, Chase Bryant, Old Dominion, Big SMO, Dylan Scott, Kane Brown, and most recently, he and his band have opened for and served as the backing band for Rascal Flatts lead vocalist Gary LeVox on several of his solo dates. His 2018 single "Dirt In This Town" gained traction at radio in the south and Midwest and continues to garner interest from some of the top names in country music.
Now, with a powerhouse band behind him that includes Brad Moxey (Saliva, Evergreen Terrace), Robbie Vanosdol (Universal Records' Son Of A Bad Man), John Goff (Tabitha's Secret, co-writer of the Matchbox 20 hit "3 am"), and Jeff Nations (Shaman's Harvest, Rookie Of The Year), JB Crockett is very quickly making a name for himself on the national level with his insanely catchy and instantly relatable country anthems that blur the line between country and rock n roll, along with his band's explosive, high-energy live performances. 2019 saw the band expanding its tour schedule and the release of the single "Hate Love". JB's single, "Seventeen", was released in January 2020 and its follow-up single, "High Horse", came out in May 2020. The band plans to stay busy on the road throughout the rest of 2020.
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NOTABLE ACTS SUPPORTED
Gary LeVox (Rascal Flatts), Luke Combs, Morgan Wallen, Craig Campbell, Kane Brown, Tracy Lawrence, Easton Corbin, Frankie Ballard, Chase Bryant, Old Dominion, Big SMO, Dylan Scott