Gill Landry is a Louisiana-born singer/songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and former street busker who balances a solo career with his job as a member of the Nashville folk group Old Crow Medicine Show. Prior to releasing his first solo album, Landry and singer Woody Pines formed an old-time jug band called the Kitchen Syncopators in Eugene, Oregon. Starting in 1998, the group toured, busked, and issued a number of self-released albums before calling it quits in 2004. By this point, Landry was already involved with the Medicine Show as a part-time banjo player and session musician. When that band's founding member, Chris Fuqua, went on hiatus in 2007, Landry was offered the job as his replacement and remained a full-time member and contributing songwriter even after Fuqua's return. Around this same time Landry was signed to Nettwerk ...
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