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    Can't Do the Time
Outlaw country with a touch of Memphis blues, Kentucky bluegrass, and Southern rock combined with killer family harmony is the most apt description for 18-year-old triplet brothers Treyson, JD, and Chaz Stafford.
This band of brothers hails from the small town of Jonesboro in Northeast Arkansas. They picked up the fiddle at age six, but quickly moved on to other instruments. JD chose percussion and is a rare singing drummer, while also handling the roles of lead songwriter and lead singer. Chaz plays guitar and has a unique ear for arranging harmonies and composing the music for the words penned by his brothers. Treyson is the key entertainer in the trio, playing bass guitar and a pair of stand up basses he lovingly calls “Bertha” and “Bessie.” Treyson’s abilities take on greater meaning when you consider he’s worked his entire life to overcome autism.
Their musical influences include The Eagles, Alabama, Tyler Childers, Colter Wall, Sturgill Simpson, Brent Cobb, Marcus King, and Chris Stapleton. The brothers want to follow in the footsteps of those artists and others who provide authentic music that has a lasting impact on peoples’ lives, while also continuing the outlaw-style storytelling forged by country legends like Johnny Cash, Waylon Jennings, and Willie Nelson. Their debut single, "Can't Do the Time," and upcoming EP are produced by fellow Arkansan Jon Conley (longtime guitar player for Kenny Chesney) and engineered by John Albani at Sonic Eden Studios, Nashville.


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