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J.B. Beverley

Country vocalist/guitarist J.B. Beverley was created in Virginia in 1977 and was raised in the Washington, D.C., region, where he discovered to try out drums and electric guitar, becoming a enthusiast of punk rock and roll. He produced a punk music group, NEGATIVE TRAITS, in 1993, as well as the group performed around D.C. until it split up in 1996. Beverley changed more to nation music and in addition, in 1998, started traveling to NY to entrance the Murder Junkies, changing the past due G.G. Allin. He remained with the Murder Junkies for over a calendar year, his stint with them finishing because of legal difficulties back Washington. In Dec 1998 he produced his own back-up group to try out nation, the Wayward Drifters. After that, he produced another punk music group, the Little Light Supplements, in 2002. They released a Compact disc, Live on the Velvet Lounge, in 2003. Beverley rejoined the Murder Junkies in 2004 and continued two travels with them, leading to the DVD Western european Invasion 2005, released November 21, 2006. On the other hand, J.B. Beverley & the Wayward Drifters documented the record Dark Club and a Jukebox, released by Helltrain Information on, may 2, 2006. The united states group’s second record, Watch America Move By, followed on, may 5, 2009.

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