August  2007
The Play It Again Jam
Music Citys Premier Rock 'n' Roll Musicians Jam
Nashville Tennessee USA
Jam Pictures by Pat Adams
The Toulenes
Dan Crawley & Jamon Scott
A regular on the Nashville music
scene, Jamon has hammered out
his distinctive brand of
southwestern country rock on
stages from Asbury Park, N.J. to
Los Angeles, CA including the
legendary Rainbow Room on
Hollywood's Sunset Strip. With
comparisons to John Mellencamp,
Jimmy Buffet and Robert Earl Keen,
Jamon has also garnered 'Best
Male Vocals' and 'Best Lyrics'
awards on Garageband.com and
his band, The Toluenes, held the #1
artist spot in their genre for 6
straight months on Audiostreet.net.
...a great sound with a wickedly cool
sense of humor', '...burns like cheap
tequila chased by a long-turned
lime' and '...rockin' bar (band) -
makes me want to down a longneck
and boogie...' are just a few of the
words reviewers have used to
describe Jamon and The Toluenes
on their debut c.d. 'Hola From The
Toluenes'. The disc was recorded
in Nashville and co-produced by
Jim Allison, who co-wrote such hits
as Reba McEntire's 'What Am I
Gonna Do About You' and LeAnn
Rimes' 'Fade To Blue'. When he
isn't banging on his six-string,
Jamon moonlights as an actor and
screenwriter, making his screen
debut playing a supporting role in
the short film "Steak Dreams".  
Most recently, Jamon co-wrote &
co-starred in the 2007 Indie
Gathering winner for best t.v. pilot,
"Bottle Rockets", for which he wrote
all of the music, as well.  Jamon
also composed and performed the
score for the 2003 MEIC Film
Festival's "Best Short Film"
runner-up, "Liberation".
Jamon
Dan
Guitarist Dan Allen Crawley, a
prolific songwriter in his own right,
moved to Nashville right out of high
school and honed his craft in such
clubs as the famed Bluebird Cafe,
eventually signing his first
publishing deal. Later, he relocated
to Lexington, KY, where he spent
the late 90's and early 2000's
"paying his dues" on the local
music scene before hooking up
with Jamon in 2003 and forming
The Toluenes. The Toluenes are
part of The Outfit, featuring
members of the Charlie Daniels
Band, JJ Cale & Pacific Gas &
Electric. Dan's latest gig is written
up in the current Nashville Scene
by Walter Jowers, another Play It
Again Jam regular. Dan and The
Outfit are returning to La Grange,
Kentucky for another gig in
November, and will be at The
Sugar Grove Tavern in
Westmoreland for a weekend in
September. Stay tuned for exact
dates and times for these, and
other shows. More information will
be available at Tennessee
Concerts, sponsor of the
bi weekly musicians jam, and at
www.musiciansjam.info  
Photos of Dan and The Toluenes
are posted at Down South Jukin,
from their 2007 Jam-A-Q hosted by
Bruce Wall. Articles about Dan, and
other Outfit members from their
Luther Luckett Prison Show, can be
seen at Southern Fried Magazine.
THE HOTTEST JAM, YET!
Right in the middle of a record setting heat wave in Nashville,
with the hottest & driest August ever, with
15 days,100 (or more) degrees
Even the air conditioners couldn't keep up on this day
Pat Adams
Walter Jowers
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Mike McIllwain
Ken Utterback
Gary Allen
Liz Southard
Jimbo Hagey Junior
Jeff Pitcher
Linda Joseph
A PROMOTIONAL PICTURE OF THE OUTFIT
See our new The Outfit web page
Andy Olson
LINK: MORE PICTURES OF THE JULY & AUGUST 2007 JAMS
SEE PICTURES BY JIMBO HAGEY JUNIOR, ON JIMBO'S PICTURE SITE