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James and The Devil perform their own brand of music, described as Rocky Mountain Fiddle Rock. They create an odd assortment of song writing, equipped with an intense, quick-tempo ed, vocal performance. The Electric Guitar and Fiddle take turns facing off, above a Rock-Solid Drum and Bass Section.
Hailing from Denver, Colorado, James and The Devil perform their own brand of music, best described as Rocky Mountain Fiddle Rock.
Rhythm Guitarist & Lyricist, Jim Campbell, brings a unique element, providing a clever assortment of song writing, while equipped with a quick-tempo ed, intense, vocal performance.
Leading the band on the Violin, David Ross, takes a progressive approach to his Fiddle-Style, drawing from years of traditional experience, and sawing on the strings to whatever genre is thrown his way.
Bassist, Adam Carpenter, holds down the low-end, with an extensive background in punching and pushing sound- A slapping, singing, and dancing, machine. Drummer, Matt Stoner, a former producer, writer, and composer of the Rock Style, keeps the thunder thumping, metal crashing, and the people moving.
Lead Guitarist, Percussionist, and Jack-of-all-Instruments, Buz Crutchfield, bringing a multitude of live experience, joined J&theD to complete the 5-piece!
J & The D dropped their much-awaited first full-length album Altitude Sickness in May 2011 to massive crowds throughout CO and large music festivals across the country.
James and The Devil is releasing Sample This, on June 11th, a mixture of new studio singles and tracks recorded live in Denver, and will be continually tracking throughout the summer to complete the second full length studio album looking to drop in late 2013.
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James and The Devil is...
Jim Campbell - Acoustic Guitar, Vocals
Buz Crutchfield - Aux. Percussion, Electric Guitar, Vocals
Adam Carpenter - Bass, Vocals
Dave Ross – Fiddle, Vocal
Matt Stoner – Drums
"These guys are the ultimateColoradoband...Rather than classify them in just one genre, they should just be called “Coloradostyle rock.” 303 Magazine
"James and the Devil brought it. Big time. Dedicated fans, incredible musicianship and a stage presentation that people talk about the next day to their friends." Swami, CO Music Buzz Magazine