Early Times (musician)

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Early Times is a guitarist, singer, and songwriter from Sacramento, CA. He received the Critics’ Choice Award as Sacramento’s Best Guitarist in 1997.[1] He next went on tour with E.C. Scott and was the lead guitarist on Scott’s “Hard Act to Follow“ and “Masterpiece” recordings for Blind Pig Records.[2] In 2001 he became one of the founding DJ’s for Sirius Satellite Radio[3] and hosted a daily show on Sirius Blues for its entire 7 year run, the only DJ to do so. When the Sirius/XM merger was approved, Sirius Blues was ended and replaced by B. B. King's Bluesville. Early has since gone back to performing and recording and was featured on “Hair Apparent” for Main Man Records[4] and as lead guitarist on Kevin Seconds’ version of “Rabbit Fighter” originally done by T-Rex.

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  • Early Times MySpace page [1]