Not to end up being confused using the manufacturer and arranger of varied home music and Christian rock and roll releases, or among the primary signers from the American Declaration of Independence, this John Hancock has because the ’90s created a fascinating career, something of the declaration of self-reliance alone, both documenting and taking part in various areas of the entertaining Austin music picture. He prefers to utilize the nickname “B.T.” or “breakfast time period,” a name extracted from a melody by Houston bluesman Lightnin’ Hopkins and a meeting that occurs in Austin sometime around two in the evening. These initials are also used by a number of various other performers, including a guitarist for the Wretched Types, another one within a Swedish rockabilly clothing, and, coincidentally, a residence music manufacturer and composer. Hancock’s documenting credits appear to pile up mainly privately of creation, including anatomist interesting alternative rock and roll efforts such as for example Steve Tombstone’s 7:30 A.M., a period from which it is assured nobody over the Austin rock and roll picture is eating breakfast time unless they have already been up forever already. His participation with some rings slops over into playing both drums and acoustic guitar, although apparently occasionally not really on recordings. For instance, he was the drummer using the famous Bigfoot Chester music group as well to be associated with recordings from the group which additional drummers play on at least a number of the paths. He also takes on guitar frequently with Texacala Jones, a powerful singer who subsequently shows up over the cast of many albums Hancock designers.