Jason Isbell

Genres: Pop / Rock
Tags: alt-country americana singer-songwriter seen live southern rock country rock Powered by AudioScrobbler
Decades: 2000s
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1 February 1979, Green Hill, Alabama, USA. This guitarist and singer-songwriter figured prominently in the rise of southern rock band Drive-By Truckers during the early 00s. Based in Alabama, Isbell had been playing music from an early age and before joining the Drive-By Truckers in 2000 had worked as a songwriter. He played guitar and sang on the acclaimed albums, 2003’s Decoration Day, 2004’s The Dirty South and 2006’s A Blessing And A Curse, with notable songwriting contributions including ‘The Day John Henry Died’ and ‘Danko/Manuel’.

Isbell, whose marriage to Drive-By Truckers bass player Shonna Tucker had recently ended, left the band in 2007 to launch a solo career. Recorded at the restored FAME Studios, his debut Sirens Of The Ditch opted for a more soulful approach than the Drive-By Truckers, and featured contributions from former bandmates Tucker, Patterson Hood and Brad Morgan, in addition to some...

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