Jamestown Revival

rock duo

Band

Band:
Jonathan Clay – vocals, guitar
Zach Chance – vocals, keys
Ed Benrock – drums
Nick Bearden – bass
Brad Lindsay - guitar
Dan Reckard – organ

Jamestown Revival on KCRW

After the success of their debut, the duo behind Jamestown Revival set out with something to prove.

Jamestown Revival

After the success of their debut, the duo behind Jamestown Revival set out with something to prove.

from Morning Becomes Eclectic

Longtime friends Jonathan Clay and Zach Chance united over their shared love of classic Americana and formed Jamestown Revival.

Jamestown Revival

Longtime friends Jonathan Clay and Zach Chance united over their shared love of classic Americana and formed Jamestown Revival.

from Morning Becomes Eclectic

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