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On Friday the 13th, November 1970, I was born at the Cape Fear Valley Hospital in Fayetteville, North Carolina, probably the biggest military town in the country. Fort Bragg alone covers 250 square miles, and the used car dealerships and titty bars are like stars in the sky, grains of sand on the beach. The ground is sandy and the woods are open and piney, with tall loblollies, jack oaks, and the longleaf pine.
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That’s Eddie Huffman from the Greensboro News & Record. Eddie just came out to my house to interview me for an article he’s writing in advance of our August 9th show at Triad Stage.

Thanks to Raleigh Screen Print and Pearl Rachinsky for the great t-shirts. You can order yours right now. Give us a few weeks for delivery as we may have to print more to fill demand.

Your fan, JByrd


Latest News

New record preview, Ontario and Quebec tour

Date posted: March 27, 2014

I’m bringing my next record, You Can’t Outrun The Radio, to Quebec and Ontario this week, a CD that won’t actually be released until the fall. Why? Click this link to Corin Raymond’s sneak preview of the record, and then come back and read. You Can’t Outrun The Radio was born one night on the sidewalk outside The Green Room in Montreal. That was the first time I sang with Alexa Dirks and Andrina Turenne, the ladies you hear singing now. If you’re listening, I don’t have to explain how special they are. These tracks were cut live off the... more…


“With just himself and Chris Bartos, Jonathan Byrd has crafted a potent canvas as searing as Neil Young's stripped down masterpieces but with a touch of the laid back Eagles and the timbre one hears in the more haunting runs of a Chris Darrow or Ry Cooder.”
Mark S. Tucker // Folk & Acoustic Music Exchange
“Byrd continues to inspire awe... Rock and roll hasn't spoken with such integration and grounded perspective for many years indeed.”
Randy Auxier // WDBX Carbondale, IL
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