Your Not So Average Duo: Sundy Best

Introducing a new genre, coined "Appalachiadelicfolksoulrock'n'roll" by producer RS Field (Justin Townes Earle, Allison Moorer, Todd Snider, Webb Wilder, Sonny Landreth), Sundy Best brings you a sound that is unprecedented in its quality, quantity, and individuality.

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In the past 2 years, childhood friends Kris Bentley and Nick Jamerson have been churning out music with unbelievable momentum. After signing with eOne Music in 2013, the duo has released three albums: Door Without A ScreenBring Up The Sun, and most recently Salvation City. What makes this duo unique? You'd be better off questioning what makes them "normal". Through Jamerson's acoustic guitar and charming voice, and Bentley's cajon drum, the two create an incredibly powerful, raw sound that's flat out addicting.

Newest album Salvation City premiered on Rolling Stone on December 1, 2014, one day prior to the album's release. A few days later, the album skyrocketed to No. 22 on the Top Country Albums chart. Jamerson explains the name of the album, "Salvation City" as more of an attitude than a place-

"It's like we're creating this little separate environment away from all the negative stuff, so that's where we came up with 'Salvation City'...It's whatever in your life that's an escape from the nonsense that's out there; if that keeps you sane, that's your Salvation City."            -Nick Jamerson

Since Salvation City hit the market, Sundy Best has been touring through Canada and is now weaving their way through the U.S. of A.

Keep an eye and an ear out for these two playing near you!

 

-Mandelyn