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JT and the Damn Thing’s Biography 

After 15 years of bending strings for several bands, JT Hubbard has
finally decided to do the damn thing and form his own band. JT
Hubbard is joining forces with Steve Carney (Bassist) and Andrew
Holland (Drummer) to combine over 30 years experience forming
JT and the Damn Thing. Based out of Fort Smith, Arkansas dancing
on the border of Oklahoma, they are bringing their unique sound
across the tri-state area.

Creating a renegade sound of their own,
The Damn Thing won’t fit into just one of your genres. They are pushing the borders of country, rock, blues, Americana, and red dirt. With a punchy rock and roll and southern twang sounds of an electric guitar rift combined with Nashville experienced writing. Influenced by bands ranging from: Waylon Jennings and Randy Crouch, Steve Ray Vaughn and Gary Clark Jr, John Prine and Bob Dylan, Cross Canadian Ragweed, Reckless Kelly and Whiskey Myers, Dierks Bentley and Keith Urban, Randy and Wade, Cleto, Parker, Baumann, Koe, and Pardi –

JT and The Damn Thing aren’t sacrificing guitar or rowdiness for emotional and clever lyrical melodies. Though newly formed they do not lack experience – playing stages of Cain’s Ballroom, The Vanguard, Cheatham Street Warehouse,Steamboat Music Festival, in addition to exposure in Nashville songwriting and studio scene. JT and the Damn Thing are currently looking forward to recording their debut EP and booking for 2021.2023 – 2024.

JT and The Damn Thing have big plans for the future, with ambitions to play even larger stages and festivals across the country. They are determined to take their music to the next level, and to keep the energy alive in their performances. Their goal is to share their music with as many people as possible and bring the party everywhere they go.


Review 1:
It’s been quite a while since I’ve seen such a talented and experienced group of musicians. JT and The Damn Thing are a true example of what it looks like when music is created with skill, passion, and creativity. The variety of genres they mix together is breathtaking and I can’t wait to see what else they come up with. Absolutely top-notch!

 Review 2: I recently saw JT and The Damn Thing in a video and I was blown away! Their unique sound and combination of genres was riveting. From their electric guitar rift combined with Nashville experienced writing to their influence of Waylon Jennings, Steve Ray Vaughn, and more – they are definitely making a name for themselves! I can’t wait to hear their debut EP! I highly suggest that  you go watch the video and then find out where they will be performing live and go see them.

 Review 3: JT and The Damn Thing have completely blown me away. Their combination of genres and influences is something to behold. I was particularly impressed with the way they seamlessly shift from their rock and roll sound to a soulful and melodic blues sound. Definitely worth checking out!

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