Marc Harris & Jab Wilson
Born and raised in Nashville, Marc Harris spent much of his early childhood in his Father’s apparel store, which outfitted some of classic country’s legends. Influenced by the greats of country, rock, and blues, Marc developed his own twangy melodic sound. After touring as a sideman for country artists throughout the 90s, Marc moved to Point Washington Florida in 2001 where his creativity and songwriting flourished.
The Athens Flag Pole referred to Harris’ music as “Guitar Strong Modern Rock,” while the Destin Beachcomber described it as “The best kind of singer-songwriter material- intelligent, well crafted, and accessible to twang lovers and haters alike.” The Birmingham weekly aptly called Marc’s music “A Mix of Renegade Country and Beach Tinged Tunes.”
Jab Wilson grew up in Birmingham and Key west. Wilson has traveled all through the US and Europe playing electric harmonica with artists Like Kate Taylor, J.D.Souther & Spencer Bohren. Jab went on to form the band the Underdogs IN THE 90S and his Song "Florida Bound"; recorded by the Underdogs, has been used in the Orange Bowl and on ESPN. Harris & Wilson met in South Walton County Florida and Started working together in 2010.They can be seen performing as a duo or with his band Mojo Rising, throughout the South.