Billy Don Buns
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Billy Don Burns

Date: Jan 19, 2019
Sutter Creek Provisions - (209)267-8034
Saturday, January 19th
$10.00 Door/Cash Only
Legendary Country songwriter Billy Don Burns takes young, songwriter Jesse Daniel on a once in a lifetime run.
Don't miss this show!!
Billy Don Burns’ country music career started playing the role of Hank Williams at the Opryland USA theme park 1973. Soon country and rock luminaries were recording his songs: Rick Nelson (Wild Nights in Tulsa), Mel Tillis (I Always Come Back To Loving You), and Connie Smith (Be Alright In Arkansas). Willie Nelson recorded Burns’ (I Don’t Have A Reason) To Go To California Anymore. Recordings by outlaw country artists Whitey Morgan and Cody Jenkins have caught the attention of a younger generation. Billy Don started his career playing with one legend after another, now at 68, he is a legend—the quintessential country music warrior.
"Friend forever. Billy Don is wise beyond his years. Great writer. Great man. A leader in all walks of life.
The best man to have on your side. No matter how dangerous the situation" - Billy Joe Shaver
Jesse Daniel: "Rambunctious, edgy, greasy and gritty in a good way, Jesse Daniel brings a lot of wild-eyed exuberance to a traditional country sound mixed with just enough of an old school rockabilly edge and true-to-life lyrics to keep it youthful and interesting." - SAVING COUNTRY MUSIC.
Jesse Daniel grew up in the small mountain town of Ben Lomond, CA. Hard times hit and his parents split up, resulting in heavy, ongoing turmoil. Daniel and his brother would help their mother scavenge metal at the local landfill, which she would weld and sell at the flea market, to put food on the table. The winters were long and cold in the converted barn the family called home, making the summer season a respite to look forward to. “I learned at an early age what it meant to work hard, and to endure.” Said the singer of his youth. With the blood, sweat and tears of past and present, Daniel cut and co-produced his debut self-titled album, playing many of the instruments himself, including all drums, percussion and guitar. The record holds true to Daniel’s character, taking you for a ride through the singer’s life, gritty realism and tongue-in-cheek anecdotes.
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