The Bookhouse Boys
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The Bookhouse Boys are Bronson Taylor, an actor and musician from North Carolina with a voice that's warmer than Travis Tritt and sadder than Keith Whitley; Bobby Kitchens, from the hills of northeast Tennessee singing honey-glazed harmony and ripping away on his bedazzled Telecaster named "Precious"; Tanner Lackey from Alaska, holding down the bass, an accomplished sound man who's worked at Mission Sound and Rockwood Music Hall; and Cameron Perry, the Banger from Bangor, Maine, taking the high harmony, holding down the beat, and winner of your local Bob Seger lookalike contest. Expect to hear all of your favorite modern Country Hits.
Venue: The 11th Street Bar:
510 E 11th St, New York, NY
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