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Jimmy Lehoux Band

Jimmy Lehoux is that rarest breed of country singer – one with style and substance. One who is determined to make history, not just repeat it.
Though his life is steeped in the traditions of country, Lehoux’s music is stamped with his own unique style. He honors the past, but refuses to live in it and that is why he continues to push the boundaries of country music forward, creating an exciting new blend that is as emotionally potent as it is commercially appealing.
That is just what you would expect from this iconic, straight-talking, did-it-his-own-way kind of cowboy. He’s the kind of singer who didn’t have to think twice about making a living playing country music. That’s because country music has been an integral part of his life since before he could talk, a fact that is even more impressive considering he was born and raised in New Hampshire.
Jimmy Lehoux and the Lehousiana Boys packed clubs and earned a reputation for a ferocious live show. Jimmy soon began getting calls to open for country music and rock legends like Alabama, Charlie Daniels, Pam Tillis, Little Feat, Marshall Tucker and Molly Hatchet to name a few.
After years of nonstop performances, Lehoux took a break to cut thirteen new tracks in Nashville with producer Tom McBee. Jimmy describes the project saying, “For this record we wanted to stretch the limits of country music to create a very distinct but very unique sound. McBee tapped some of Nashville’s best songwriters to find the seamless blend of old and new on “Thirteen”. Gems like the Jimmy Buffett influenced “Twenty Toes In The Sand” (Tom Stipe/Liz Miller), the potent ballad “Turn Off My Heart” (Ken Bell/Charles Quillen) and other great songs from Brett James, Tony Martin, Mark Nesler, Nathan Woodard and others. Thirteen is track after track of great songs from a singer at the top of his game and comfortable in his own skin.

February 29, 2020 10:00 am
10:00 am (1h 45′)

Rex Theatre

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