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Dayton has it covered

Wednesday, May 15, 2019 – Jesse Dayton will release "Mixtape Volume 1," a collection of coveres, on Aug. 9 on Blue Elan Records.

Dayton offers his own reinterpretations of songs from Neil Young, The Clash, Elton John, ZZ Top and others.

The track list is:
1. "Redneck Friend" (Jackson Browne)
2. "Harvest" (Neil Young)
3. "If You Could Read My Mind" (Gordon Lightfoot)
4. "Bankrobber" (The Clash)
5. "She's A Heartbreaker" (ZZ Top)
6. "Country Comfort" (Elton John)
7. "She Does It Right" (Dr. Feelgood)
8. "Whole Lotta Rosie" (AC/DC)
9. "Just What I Needed" (The Cars)
10. "State Trooper" (Bruce Springsteen)

Hailing from Beaumont, Texas, Jesse Dayton got his start performing in zydeco bands at the age of 15 before securing a residency at the Broken Spoke in Austin. Dayton played guitar for artists including Waylon Jennings, Johnny Cash, Ryan Bingham, Duff McKagen and X.


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CD review - Mixtape Vol. 1 Texas native Jesse Dayton has had the kind of career that seems as though it was conceived by a Hollywood screenwriter for a country music film that absolutely no one would believe was based in reality. Consider that Dayton has sessioned with legends like Willie Nelson, Johnny Cash and Waylon Jennings, performed with Lucinda Williams, Glen Campbell and John Doe, and contributed soundtrack music to Rob Zombie's "The Devil's Reject" and "Halloween II. ...
CD review - The Revealer With "The Revealer," Austin-based singer/songwriter Jesse Dayton displays his passion for classic country, roots rock and blues. The country influence is best demonstrated on "Possum Ran Over My Grave" in which he reminisces about being first disappointed by his idol ("I remember the night that he didn't show/So we shoved his old 8-track in our truck radio") before ultimately being inspired by George Jones ("Couple years later he came back through town/Man ...
CD review - Jesse Sings Kinky Austin-based Jesse Dayton focuses on Kinky Friedman's more serious work in this tribute to the legendary singer/songwriter, mystery novelist and politician. On several tracks, Dayton gives an up-tempo treatment to somber tunes, such as Rapid City South Dakota, the story of a young man skipping town on his pregnant girlfriend ("There's a doctor in Chicago, I know she'll be all right/He told himself as he stared into the night"), and Nashville Casualty and Life, the tale of ...


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