Hailing from Illinois, The Joe Stamm Band (JSB) - Joe Stamm (guitar & lead vocals), Danny Greuter (lead guitar), Jon Byler Dann (bass & backup vocals), Bruce Moser (drums) and Dave Glover (guitar) - plays a soulful, pumping brand of southern rock that is laced with rural American imagery, hard-driving guitar, and songwriting that invites listeners into deeply personal life experiences. Currently in the studio working on a full-length album, JSB released their new single, "Crow Creek" in June, 2017.
Based around a heavy rain that caused Crow Creek in Illinois to swell and cause destruction, "Crow Creek" uses "brown water" as a metaphor to tell the story of alcohol abuse and love at a crossroads. Led by electric guitars and Stamm's somber vocals, the desolate feel of "Cold Creek" offers a powerful message, and warning, about the damage that "brown water" can cause in one's life.
"Woke up today to a goodbye note
Between a bottle of whiskey and a pack of smokes
It said, ya know, I’ll always love you Joe
But I’d think by now that you’d know
Stay outta that brown water
It’ll pull you in, it’ll drag you under
That current is stronger than you think
Brown water will carry your life away"
Joe Stamm Band has opened for acts such as Parmalee, the Kentucky Headhunters, and JT Hodges, even sharing a bill with personal heroes Willie Nelson & Kris Kristofferson this past summer at the Tailgates & Tallboys Music Festival. For more information visit HERE.