Spoonful James

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Spoonful James
Origin Auburn, Alabama, USA
Genres Blues, country, soul
Years active 1996–Present
Website www.SpoonfulJames.com
Past members Taylor Hicks
Lee Vartanian
Jay Knorr
Shaylor Warren
Spencer Pope
James Hooker
Jay Wilson
John Troutman

Spoonful James is an American indie/soul/blues band. The group was first formed in Auburn, Alabama; during 1996, and over the years they have played with many talented artists including: Government Mule, Little Feat, Buddy Miles, and the Jerry Garcia Band.[1] The song "Seven Mile Breakdown" - (released May 4, 2009) by American Idol winner Taylor Hicks; was originally recorded by them.[2]

Current members[edit]

  • Wynn Christian - Lead vocals, guitars (1996–present)
  • Quinn "Dirty" Borland - Bass guitar, backing vocals (1996–present)
  • Eric Baath - Keyboards (2001–present)
  • Patrick Lunceford - Drums, backing vocals (1998–present)

Discography[edit]

  • Spoonful James (1997)
  • Leave That Door Open (1998)
  • "The Sarcophagus Demo" (2000)
  • Seven Mile Breakdown (2001)
  • Are You Listening? (2010)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Band Biography: "Spoonful James." Retrieved on July 07, 2010
  2. ^ Taylor Hicks: "Seven Mile Breakdown." Retrieved on July 07, 2010

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