Jason Boland & The Stragglers  
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October 31st, 2006 will mark two milestones for Jason Boland and the Stragglers. One dates back eight years to their first performance as a band. The other will mark the release of their highly anticipated new record The Bourbon Legend. Two years removed from Jason’s last record, 2004’s Somewhere In The Middle, this new chapter in his story is decidedly the best representation of how much he and his band have matured musically. “This is the record we have always wanted to make,” says Boland. “It is the right record at the right time and we really just let it flow.” Boland and the Stragglers’ newest contribution to country music arrives at a time when memories of the ‘Outlaw’ movement have all but faded from the conscience of country music. With songs like, “No One left To Blame,” and “Up And Gone” this talented group of musicians has delivered a timely wake up call to those who have turned a blind eye to the ghosts of music past. The Bourbon Legend stems from a mixture of musical influences culminating in a truly modern (yet sternly vintage) country record. Each song on the record shares a common bond with its classical counterpart and proves to be a re-generation of the outlaw country of old.
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