Up Close And On Fire With S And K Ep 21 Jordan White and Wayne Mayfield Band

Hello Everyone

Welcome to another edition of Up Close And On Fire With S And K 

This week we feature

Jordan White

Drawing inspiration from artists such as: Counting Crows, Jackson Browne, and Third Eye Blind; White’s music is an interesting blend of the 1970’s with a vibe from the alternative rock explosion. White has performed on national television networks such as FOX, NBC, CBS, ABC, and is currently performing live throughout the east coast as a solo act, with bands, and supporting major acts.

Wayne Mayfield Band

 a guitar/lyric driven band with emphasis on writing and musical performance. Blistering shredding or mellow finger picking, its supported by rock solid bass and drums.  consists of two core members who are strictly in the studio. Wayne writes the songs plays guitar, and is the lead vocalist  John Sullivan, the proud owner of a gold record for his albums with the band Loudmouth, plays bass and drums and sings harmony vocals. John also produces and engineers the songs. John currently plays in two other bands, and Wayne is also loaded with other life commitments which prevent any live appearances at this point in time. Will they grab other players for live gigs? Since both are veterans of the stage, it could very well happen. For now, continuing to record quality songs is the focus.

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