Out Now! JD Wilkes "Kitchen Tapes"

Armed with nothing more than a tape recorder, a banjo, and a kitchen table to sit at, JD Wilkes has crafted the ultimate LO-FI, Hillbilly listening experience!  Imagine it: 14 old-timey tunes, crammed onto a single 7" record and brought to you in glorious MONO!  (Insert dramatic echo.)

JD Wilkes' “Kitchen Tapes” features many classic tunes taught to him personally by the great Lee “Boy” Sexton, one of eastern KY's last surviving pre-bluegrass banjo players, and featured cameo musician in “Coal Miner's Daughter” and “Searching for the Wrong-Eyed Jesus”.

Brought to you by The Pine Hill Haints' Jamie Barrier at Arkam Records, Florence AL..

Only $10 plus $2 shipping!

Kitchen Tapes
JD with Lee “Boy” Sexton