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In 2005, the band released its first CD, Choice Cuts, Volume 1, a collection of live and studio tracks recorded in St. Augustine.   Below are some samples from it.  If you would like to get a copy, look for the shameless swag and merchandising table at one of our shows, from iTunes, or at CD Baby by following this link: http://www.cdbaby.com/jwgilmore

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Can't Get no Grindin' (What's the Matter With the Mill?)

Blues Had a Baby

Black Cat Bone

Hoochie Coochie Man

Young Fashioned Ways

As Soon as the Weather Breaks

Help Me

On April1st, 2006, the band was the Saturday opening act for Springing the Blues, a three-day blues festival held in Jacksonville Beach, FL.   Other acts appearing at the festival were Joe Bonamassa, Mofro, Sean Costello and Eric Steckel.  These video clips were made from our performance on the main stage and were recorded and produced by WJCT, Jacksonville, as part of a documentary of the festival.   The clips are in streaming Windows Media format.

What's the Matter with the Mill

You Talk Too Much (Honey Hush)

Help Me

On July 25th, 2007, the band recorded their performance at The Pizza Garden in St. Augustine Beach, FL.  Here are some excerpts from the performance.  The crew that night was JW, Coop, Keith and Bret, with a special guest.

Messin With the Kid

Third Degree

(Meet Me with Your) Black Drawers On

(Meet Me with Your) Black Drawers On  features a duet between JW and the lovely and talented Ms. Jan Crawford.  Truly a great performance and I’m glad we were rolling tape that night.

Just a footnote: Jan is now performing on Holland America Line cruise ships.

On July 27th, 2009, we performed at Sliders, a sports bar in St. Augustine.  Here are a couple of samples of what we're up to now.  The crew that night was JW, Coop, Keith and Bruce Stewart.

I'm A King Bee

Third Degree


On June 30th, 2010, we played a Memorial Day weekend sandwich (Fri/Sun) at JT's Seafood Shack in the Hammock.  The crew that night was JW, Coop, Bill Richardson on drums and Joe "Survivor" Caruso on guitar.

Blues is My Religion

A Man and the Blues

Little Bit of Your Love

We met Joe in Daytona at the Wednesday jam at the Bank and Blues.  He and his mom had been chased out of New Orleans by the post-Katrina flooding and wound up in our neck of the woods.  He's a great player with a million stories and a great player!  Have a listen and see for yourself.