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The Pine Box Boys

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About The Pine Box Boys
Genres:
Country, Bluegrass, Alternative Bluegrass, Horrorbilly
Band Members:
Reverend Lester T. Raww: vocals, guitar, Big Possum Carvidi: banjo, vocals, Colonel Timothy Leather: upright bass, Uncle Dodds: drums and percussion, Guest musicians:, Yoon-Ki Chai: fiddle, Jason Kleinberg: fiddle, Greta Boesel: vocals, Cousin Sprout from the Moonshine Playboys: mandolin, Dr. Astronaut Body: live recording engineer, Krel: vocals, sound engineering, Nigel Pavao: vocals, sound engineering, Pete Devine: jug
Hometown:
San Francisco, CA

The Pine Box Boys formed in San Francisco in 2003 to perform modern renditions of classic murder ballads such as “The Knoxville Girl” and “Fair Eleanor.” Shortly after Le...
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Fan Live Reviews
Lonneke
Westerlo, Belgium@
Het Debuut
April 29th 2017
It was great! Great musicians, great audience en great sound!
Guinevere
Valdosta, GA@
The Ashley Street Station
June 20th 2015
They put on an amazing performance and made it a point to come talk to my boyfriend and I! I had a spectacular time and can not wait to see them again.
Jason
Nashville, TN@
The Basement
June 14th 2015
So much fun! People from all over the USA! Zombies too!
Ethan
San Francisco, CA@
Thee Parkside
January 15th 2014
awesome.
About The Pine Box Boys
Genres:
Country, Bluegrass, Alternative Bluegrass, Horrorbilly
Band Members:
Reverend Lester T. Raww: vocals, guitar, Big Possum Carvidi: banjo, vocals, Colonel Timothy Leather: upright bass, Uncle Dodds: drums and percussion, Guest musicians:, Yoon-Ki Chai: fiddle, Jason Kleinberg: fiddle, Greta Boesel: vocals, Cousin Sprout from the Moonshine Playboys: mandolin, Dr. Astronaut Body: live recording engineer, Krel: vocals, sound engineering, Nigel Pavao: vocals, sound engineering, Pete Devine: jug
Hometown:
San Francisco, CA

The Pine Box Boys formed in San Francisco in 2003 to perform modern renditions of classic murder ballads such as “The Knoxville Girl” and “Fair Eleanor.” Shortly after Le...
Read More