‘Catch of the Day’ – Jericho Woods – “Better Now” [AUDIO]
Today's unsigned or indy label artist comes from a state that is best known for its bluegrass and its bourbon. In the tradition of the Eli Young Band and Lynyrd Skynyrd, a group whose name sounds like a single performer, but in actuality, they're a trio voted Kentucky's Favorite Performing Band by Kentucky Living Magazine in 2016.
Jericho Woods is very proud of their Bluegrass State heritage, with musical roots that run deep and wide, touching on all things that are Kentucky. Take one part Grand Ole Opry, one part classic Southern Rock, a pinch of outlaw country and add in a dash of blue grass, and you have Jericho Woods.
The finished product is a unique blend that says Americana at its best. With influences that range from the Zac Brown Band to John Mellencamp and from the Black Crowes
to the Allman Brothers, band members Josh, Jory and Paul are mid-American, southern music personified. Their self-titled debut EP is due out on May 5th, but we have got the lead single from the project in our spotlight today.
Brought to you by All-American Super Car Wash, Jericho Woods and "Better Now" is today's Unsigned/Indy Artist Thursday Catch of the Day, new music you haven't heard, but you'll want to hear it again. And if you comment, like or share today's Catch of the Day, you will be entered to win our daily drawing for a $25 gift card from All-American Super Car Wash.