They are songwriters and storytellers. Performers. Solo artists and they often tour together. They are wife and husband, and they (combined) have recorded a total of 10 solo albums and one duo record. And, now, MCC is proud to welcome Courtney Patton and Jason Eady and Courtney Patton for a special 4:00PM Sunday afternoon show on September 22, 2019.
Courtney has been here before - in November 2016, sharing a show with our south Texas buddy (and Courtney's own BFF) Jamie Lin Wilson. Courtney has written and performed with Walt Wilkins, Bruce Robison, Jamie Lin Wilson, Cody Jinks, Sunny Sweeney, Brennen Leigh and Drew Kennedy, and of course Jamie Lin Wilson. Courtney's honey-dripping voice with its expansive Texas twang is umistakeably unique, and her lyrics fit their music like a hand in a glove.
Jason (aka Courtney's husband) is a Mississippi-bred singer/songwriter with a stripped-down, roots-oriented, blues-infused sound that starkly showcases the gritty elegance of his songwriting. Jason has written and performed with Jamie Lin Wilson, Kelley Mickwee, Kevin Welch, Max Stalling and many others.
Recently, they've been touring and performing together - needless to say, we've seen each of them perform a bunch, but we've never been able to get to a show where they're performing together (other than on YouTube), so we're pretty excited about this show ourselves. We've been working for awhile to host them here at MCC, and we're happy to say it's happening. Won't you join us?
We're excited to welcome Courtney & Jason to MCC.
Here's another one we've been working on for awhile. We've seen Jimmy "Daddy" Davis perform countless times, mostly as a member of Walt Wilkins' tribe, The Mystiqueros, where we've gotten to know his music and his guitar chops. HIs music is a little bit country, a little bit rock & roll, a little bit blues, Americana, folk. Across it all is Jimmy's unmistakable raspy baritone and guitar style.
Jimmy has been a touring musician for 30+ years, with 10 records (solo, with The Mystiqueros, the Beagles and the Riverbluff Clan). Jimmy's songs have been recorded by folks like Martina McBride, Restless Heart, Tina Wilkins, Kelley Mickwee, and of course, the Mystiqueros.
Jimmy toured with country recording artist Charly McClain in the 1980's. In 1987, Jimmy Davis & Junction released their first record, Kick the Wall, which was a Top 40 AOR hit & MTV video. Junction was renowned for their live rock & roll performances. In 1995, Jimmy moved back to Memphis to join up with his old buddies, The Riverbluff Clan, a rocking bluegrass outfit from the '70s. With Jimmy on lead vocals, the band released two critically acclaimed records. Jimmy was named “Premier Male Vocalist” five times by the Memphis chapter of the National Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences and was loved by local audiences.
In 2011, Jimmy relocated to Wimberly, TX when he became a regular member of the Mystiqueros.
We're excited to welcome Jimmy to MCC.