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Always A Bit Janky
"When I die, they’ll say
‘He couldn’t play guitar for sh*t...,
but he sure made it sound good.'"
– Hound Dog Taylor
"Janky," or Scott Lindsey, digs deep into the roots of the blues while adding respectful touches that would hopefully appease the great blues legends like Son House, Blind Lemon Jefferson, John Lee Hooker, RL Burnside, Junior Kimbrough and Reverend KM Williams. These days, the blues genre is far from its roots, and most people have never heard the real blues. Janky doesn't intend on sounding just like his inspirations – it would be impossible anyway. Janky interprets and jumps off from the roots of blues music.
Janky is originally from Shreveport, LA but has been a strong contributor to the music scene in Dallas, TX for many years. Besides recording music in his home studio, Janky currently plays guitar and sings for The 1969s and Them Grackles. He also plays bass for the amazing Trainreck and is currently under the music tutelage of Reverend KM Williams.
Janky: "Why you so hard on me, bossman?"
Reverend KM Williams: "When I am done with you, you gonna be a real blues man."
Janky: "Yes, sir."
Influences: Junior Kimbrough, RL Burnside, Son House, Mississippi Fred McDowell, John Lee Hooker, Muddy Waters, Reverend KM Williams, Magic Sam
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Jammin' With Janky
Sal (The Wolf) Torneo
Deacon Jeff Stone
Landon Lee Kirksey
Start-to-finish gluten free chicken and sausage gumbo. This is a very dark chocolatey roux. My wife has celiac and I love gumbo so I decided to make a gluten free gumbo for the family. Enjoy. Ingredients: 1/2 cup Gluten Free Flour 1/2 cup Vegetable Oil Bacon Grease. Yeah. Bacon Grease Package of diced ham 1.5 Read more about Gluten Free Roux Gumbo Recipe[…]
Download this FREE Soundcloud track of EJ Mathews in Janky’s studio. This is a great feel-good vibe, song. Janky plays drums, bass and guitar on this track.
Had the great EJ Mathews stop by and record two songs in the Janky studio. This guy has such an awesome, authentic, true sound. Stay on the lookout for this cat. http://www.ejmathews.com/
I was lucky enough to jam with two great blues greats in one night. Good times all around. Most people outside of Mississippi do not know what “Jukin’” means. These days gigs or music performances are mostly bands that rehearse and prep and tell their friends and charge cover and do flyers and tweet what Read more about Great Jukin’ at Deep Ellum Juke Nights Hosted by Rev KM Williams[…]
So KM Williams just signed a record deal with Cleopatra Records in LA. Props. Congrats. Also, KM got this great review on his last CD that I produced and recorded in my studio. Solid review. It’s nice to see the world taking note of one of the greatest blues musicians alive. Stream this CD or Read more about Great KM Williams – New Spirituals CD review.[…]
KM and crew with Janky on bass hit the stage around 1ish pm. Gonna be juked up in there.
Just a few videos of the juke jams. Come out to Bucky Moonshines in Deep Ellum, the second Saturday of each month.
From drought to high levels. Check out these animated gifs of the lake levels and its affects on the Northshore trail. I captured this using high res NearMap.com maps. Click to view time lapse.
I had the great privilege of recording my mentor and great friend Reverend KM Williams in my studio. He recorded 10 songs. The release is called New Spirituals. Also. See below. I Photoshopped Rev into a church photo I took in MS on the drive back from 2015 Juke Joint Fest.
Thought I would create this… I did. Here it is. I breakdown my CD song-by-song. dig.