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Deacon Brody

Hard rock and roll quartet Deacon Brody was shaped in Boston in nov 1995; originally an acoustic duo dubbed Edie’s Truck spotlighting performers/guitarists Jason Roman and Dave Rowe, the lineup shortly expanded to some three-piece by adding bassist Brad Grey, and with short-term drummer Kevin Lee the group documented its debut EP Medusa’s Drape in 1996. Rechristening themselves Deacon Brody honoring a Scottish pub, the band’s line-up crystallized with the help of drummer Dan Orchik; relocating to Athens, GA, they documented the full-length Splitter in 1997, adopted a year later on by Tracks from a Town of Marigolds.

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