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Jamestown Revival is an American rock duo made up of childhood friends Zach Chance and Jonathan Clay. However, they also tour as a five-member band. Their sound is a mix of Western rock, Southern country and Americana. They regularly tour the festival circuit in the US, and have played at the South by Southwest music festival in Austin, Texas, and the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival in Indio, California.
Zach Chance and Jonathan Clay grew up in Magnolia, Texas, and wrote their first song together when they were 15 years old. Later, Chance and Clay embarked on solo singer-songwriter careers where they would sing harmonies on each other's records.
As they would join the other's tour, their singing together was always a big hit with the crowd, and they decided to form Jamestown Revival in 2010. They named the band after Jamestown, Virginia, one of the first settlements in the United States. Their music focuses on leaving the past behind and embracing the future, and their musical influences include Willie Nelson, John Prine and Creedence Clearwater Revival.
As a singer-songwriter, Jonathan Clay had several albums under his belt before the 2014 Jamestown Revival debut Utah with band mate Zach Chance. His solo albums include the 2006 EP Whole New Me, which landed him a development deal with Atlantic Records and led to his second album, Back to Good, in 2007. From there he released Everything She Wants in 2010 and later that year formed Jamestown Revival.
In 2014 Chance and Clay self-released their first album, Utah, as Jamestown Revival. Republic Records re-released the album later that year. In 2016 the band released their second album, The Education of a Wandering Man, named after Louis L'Amour's memoir. The album continues the band's flirtation with Texas Americana and Western rock styles while adding flavors of Motown with the song "Midnight Hour," and retro-pop with the single "Done Me Wrong."
Jamestown Revival are road warriors. Zach and Jonathan spent 250 days on the road in 2013-2014. They regularly play at festivals in the US, including all of the major summer festivals from Coachella, in California, to Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival, in Tennessee. Their 2017 tour is an intimate showcase of their harmonies and musicianship. They will often extend the instrumental introductions to their songs, and the friendship between all the members of the band is evident in the effortless way they play together.