Janky shows you how to make a fancy-smancy pickguard out of a 1975 Coahoma County Mississippi license plate.
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Janky quickly followed up the Holly Springs, TX release with the FREE single, Lately, I Got Too Much Need. This song finds Janky a little angrier and heavier than the material on Holly Springs, TX. Recorded in his studio with Dallas drummer Chad Litersky and Janky manning all other instruments. This track can be downloaded […]
Janky was on hand to help Robert Kimbrough Sr celebrate his new CD at Red’s in Clarksdale, MS. Red’s is the best place for real blues music in America. Janky played a set with Robert Kimbrough on drums and Robert’s drummer Rick Long on bass. Some great photos courtesy of Greg Ponder
Press Release Sept 25, 2018 Janky – Holly Springs, TX Release (RU18-02) ReverbUnit Records (ReverbUnit.com) Contact: ReverbUnit Records ReverbUnitRecords@Gmail.com (214) 734-4791 Dallas, TX songwriter/singer/guitarist has released his second self-produced CD, Holly Springs, TX. The title and music are drawn from Janky’s influences from the music of Holly Springs, MS — the juke joint […]
Making music is easier than ever these days. Apple’s iPhone App Music Memo helps you take those music ideas a step further at the beginning of the creative process. Just record your riff(s) and Music Memo listens to your parts and adds a simple drummer and bass so you can get a good idea of […]
Janky’s mug finally made it into the pages of Living Blues Magazine, issue# 253, with RL Boyce on the cover. The Living Blues is and always has been the best blues rags out there and Janky is honored even though it is a small pic. Janky is seen in the Robert Kimbrough Sr article while […]
Janky used to play Bucky Moonshines in Deep Ellum – Downtown Dallas with Reverend KM Williams all the time. Janky also produced, played bass on and recorded a live Reverend KM Williams CD at Bucky Moonshines called Live in Deep Ellum. People would often ask for a CD that sounds like what we sounded like […]