Great Peacock

Real Name:
Great Peacock
Profile:
Nashville, Tennessee
Great Peacock is an Americana rock band whose indie sensibilities blend well with their Southern roots. Their official bio reads, "You can call Great Peacock a folk band... but don’t expect them to make music for campfires or square dances. Raised in the Deep South and headquartered in Nashville, they’re a group of red-blooded country boys who aren’t afraid of the big city. Case in point: Making Ghosts -- the duo’s harmony-heavy, guitar-driven debut album -- whose 11 songs find the middle ground between rootsy, down-home Americana and super-sized arena pop/rock."

Band Members:

Blount - Keys, Guitar and Vocals
Andrew - Lead Vocals and Guitar
Ben - Bass and Vocals
Nick - Drums
Sites:
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Artist

Albums

Great Peacock - Making Ghosts album art Great Peacock Making Ghosts (Album) This Is American Music US 2015 Sell This Version
Great Peacock - Gran Pavo Real album art Great Peacock Gran Pavo Real (Album) Ropeadope Records US 2018 Sell This Version

Singles & EPs

Great Peacock - Great Peacock album art Great Peacock Great Peacock (EP) This Is American Music US 2013 Sell This Version
none Great Peacock - Audiotree Live album art Great Peacock Audiotree Live(4xFile, MP3, EP, 320) Audiotree none US 2015
none Great Peacock - Let You Go album art Great Peacock Let You Go(File, MP3, Single, 320) Not On Label none US 2016
none Great Peacock - Society Hill album art Great Peacock Society Hill(File, MP3, Single, 320) Not On Label none US 2016
none Great Peacock - Come Around album art Great Peacock Come Around(File, MP3, Single, 320) Not On Label none US 2017
none Great Peacock - Cortez the Killer  album art Great Peacock Cortez the Killer (File, MP3, Single, 320) Not On Label none US 2019
none Great Peacock - Live At Dittytv album art Great Peacock Live At Dittytv(5xFile, MP3, EP, 320) Not On Label none US 2019

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CallMeHam

CallMeHam

May 12, 2016
The music on Making Ghosts reflects Great Peacock’s ambition. Songs like “Tennessee” are swooning, sweeping tributes to the band’s homeland, while “Take Me To The Mountain” pushes the band toward anthemic territory, fueled by super-sized drums and a radio-ready melody. On “Arms,” the guys jump between haunting verses and big, Technicolor choruses, capping everything off with a screeching guitar solo. These peacocks know how to strut their stuff.

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