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Welcome to Bucket City
Bucket City Agency is a full service integrated booking agency headquartered in Memphis TN with a specialty in working with groups that fall into the broad category of Americana and Punk Rock music.
Bucket City secures bookings for a range of artists including Punk legends Antiseen, Country Music Hall of Famer Charlie Louvin, Mississippi Blues legend
T-Model Ford, Greg Ginn's instrumental groups, and a variety of influential and hard touring bands from The U.S.A. and abroad.
To see a full list of the Bucket City roster, visit our artist page.
Welcome to Bucket City.
Good For You, a band formed by Mike Vallely (Skateboarding legend and frontman of…Continue
Hailed by critics as “a uniquely Memphis blend of grit and delicacy” and “filled with just enough charm to melt the heart,” Amy LaVere is an American singer, songwriter, bass player, and storyteller. She has recorded four releases on the Archer Records label - This World Is Not My Home (2005), Anchors & Anvils (2007), an EP, Died of Love (2009), and Stranger Me (2011). The London Times says Amy “takes the audience into a world where R&B tunes, country waltzes, rockabilly shuffles, and funky Americana music are welded together and given a slightly Gothic twist.”
James Leg, growler, shouter, composer, and Fender Rhodes finger-fucker, of the Black Diamond Heavies, steps out with some friends for more songs of hedonistic excess, crazy ass women, and southern salvation on his new record "Solitary Pleasure."
Recorded early December 2010 in Murfreesboro, Tennessee, during a record cold snap, in the oldest standing church in Rutherford County, now an all analog studio called Grand Palace Studio. 5 nights/ 15 hour sessions, no heat...then rushed up to Detroit and mixed by Jim Diamond at Ghetto Recorders. Heavy conditions give birth to heavy records. Rock and Soul all night long.
Announcing Bucket City Europe tour dates! Joe Buck Yourself returns to Europe, Spring 2014.
By the age of eighteen Kenny Brown was playing with R.L. Burnside’s band; over the next thirty or so years together, they would tour all over the world. Burnside often referred to Kenny as his “adopted son”. As R. L.’s health began to fade in recent years, Kenny began recording on his own. His debut album, Stingray, was released on Fat Possum Records in 2003. Brown is currently a member of the Arts Commission's Artist Roster program. He also performed in and contributed music to the major motion picture, Black Snake Moan, released in early 2007.
Kenny has kept close to his roots; he still gives a nod to his old mentor, the late Joe Callicott, every time he performs. But Kenny has also managed to develop a style of his own. As he sees it, the music has to evolve because you have to keep learning. Learning that the ties to Mississippi hill country blues are definitely ties that bind.