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Southern soul, Western rock

Influenced by Southern soul and Western rock, longtime friends Jonathan Clay and Zach Chance formed Jamestown Revival in 2011, and the group makes its Grand Junction debut as headliners during the Grand Junction Off-Road day of music in downtown Grand Junction.

Clay and Chance, who hail from Austin, Texas, are relatively new arrivals to the national music scene, releasing their debut, full-length album, “Utah: A Collection of Recorded Moments from The Wasatch Mountains” on Feb. 11.

During a recent phone interview from New York City, Clay and Chance talked about creating Jamestown Revival, their musical influences, the process of making their first album and their mountain biking ability.

Jamestown Revival will play at 6 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 30, at Fourth and Main streets.


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