John David Kent

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John David Kent
John David Kent Big Texas Spring May 3 2013.JPG
John David Kent performs at Big Texas Dance Hall on Friday, May 3, 2013, in Spring, TX.
Background information
Origin Celeste, Texas, Texas, United States
Genres Country, Texas Country, Americana
Years active 2008 – present
Associated acts Radish
Members John David Kent (Vocals, Guitar),
Randall Fuller (Bass Guitar, Harmony Vocals)
Tony Kent (Drums, Harmony Vocals)
Colton Gilbreath (Lead Guitar, Harmony Vocals, Lead Fro)

John David Kent is a country band based out of Celeste, TX. Consisting of John David Kent, formerly of the late 1990s rock band Radish, and other North Texas natives Randall Fuller, Tony Kent, and Colton Gilbreath.

Background Information[edit]

After John's stint recording and touring with Radish, Ben Kweller, and The Lemonheads he relocated back to his hometown of Celeste, TX to form Blackland Records and "The Vault" Studio.[1] John began to write songs of his own and formed the band Pony League which is now defunct but then put together John David Kent. The band's self-titled first album, released on May 17, 2011, is available on iTunes. Their sophomore album was released in 2013.[2]


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