Reverend Peyton. Photo by: Nicholas Hess
Reverend Peyton. Photo by: Nicholas Hess

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Photography by: Nicholas Hess
Words by: Jenny Ozga
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The Reverend Peyton’s Big Damn Band has done it again.

They returned to Morgantown, WV on Monday, April 27, 2015, and turned a relaxed crowd into a stomping, shouting group of passionate participants.

The chemistry between Breezy Peyton (washboard/tambourine player), Reverend Peyton (guitar player and songwriter), and Ben Bussell (drummer) on stage goes unmatched by any. Although the crowd was small, 123 Pleasant Street felt like a packed house with the energy that ensued throughout.

The concert on Monday evening featured songs from their new album, So Delicious. The crowd was jumping and raising their glasses in salute to this remarkable band.


 

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The Reverend Peyton’s Big Damn Band is known for their unique style of music, generated by homemade instruments. During “Don’t Judge a Book by its Cover,” Breezy came down from the stage and playfully spanked members of the crowd with her tambourine.

After the show, the band hung out at the merchandise table and autographed merchandise for any fans that were interested. They truly love their fans! The Reverend Peyton’s Big Damn Band is continuing their So Delicious tour throughout the next several months, visiting Lexington, KY on April 28 and then traveling to North Carolina and Georgia.

If this is a band you haven’t seen, you should make a point to do so. We’re looking forward to seeing what the Big Damn Band does next!


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