Storyville (band)

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OriginAustin, Texas
GenresBlues rock
Years active1994–2000
LabelsAtlantic Records
November Records
Past membersMalford Milligan
David Grissom
David Lee Holt
Tommy Shannon
Chris Layton

Storyville was a blues-rock band formed in 1994 in Austin, Texas, USA. Drummer Chris Layton and bassist Tommy Shannon, former members of Arc Angels and the rhythm section for Stevie Ray Vaughan's band Double Trouble, formed the band with Malford Milligan, David Lee Holt and David Grissom after a jam session at Antone's. After releasing an album on November Records in 1994, the band won a total of nine Austin Music awards; they became stalwarts on the local music scene and toured nationally. They subsequently signed to major label Atlantic Records, for whom they recorded two albums before breaking up. The single "Born Without You", from their 1998 release Dog Years, reached #28 on the Billboard Mainstream Rock chart.[1]



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