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Timber Wilde

From the heart of the Texas Hill Country, this rockin' country soul group blends a variety of styles flawlessly and writes songs that hit you in your heart and make you wanna get up and get down. After years of playing shows together, Bo Brumble and Garrett Mann decided to take things to the next level in 2020. With a Walt Wilkins produced first album, and having opened for some incredible artists, be on the lookout for this rapidly rising band in 2024!

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